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From "Hoss Man (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Resolved] (SOLR-6132) UpdateRequest contains only XML ContentStream and not JavaBin
Date Thu, 05 Jun 2014 23:36:02 GMT


Hoss Man resolved SOLR-6132.

    Resolution: Not a Problem

{{wt=javabin}} is a request parameter that instructs the server that you want the "Writer
Type" used for generating the _response_ to be in javabin.

It has nothing to do with what format your SolrJ code uses when sending the _request_.  Yo
uare free to send your update data in one format, and request that solr send you the response
in another.

As a concrete example, imagine if you were using {{ContentStreamUpdateRequest}} to stream
a bunch of raw binary files to the extracting request handler -- just because you set the
{{qt}} param to control whether  the result status info is returned in javabin, or xml, or
json doesn't mean that SolrJ can/should muck with the data being sent to solr.

> UpdateRequest contains only XML ContentStream and not JavaBin 
> --------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: SOLR-6132
>                 URL:
>             Project: Solr
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: clients - java, update
>            Reporter: Liram Vardi
>              Labels: UpdateProcessor, Updating, javabincodec, solrj
> When creating a UpdateRequest using the following code, I noted that even though the
request params include wt=javabin, the final request is being translated to XML.
> I guess that this is because that the collection of ContentStreams that is returned by
UpdateRequest.getContentStreams() method contains only XML ContentStream. 
> Should not that UpdateRequest contain JavaBin ContentStream by default or when it gets
some parameter (such wt=javabin)?  
> The code:
>  UpdateRequest updateRequest = new UpdateRequest();
>  updateRequest.add(solrDocument);
>  updateRequest.setCommitWithin(-1);
>  SolrRequestParsers _parser = new SolrRequestParsers(null);
>  SolrQueryRequest req;
>  try {
>            req = _parser.buildRequestFrom(targetCore, params,       {color:red}updateRequest.getContentStreams(){color});
>  } catch (Exception e) {
>       throw new SolrServerException(e);
>  }

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