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From Phanindra Reva <>
Subject Re: Re : Solr - Plugin : QParserPlugin is not working..
Date Wed, 28 Oct 2009 08:31:39 GMT
     I am not changing any URL while querying because the custom query
parser plugin is linked with the default request handler.You may have
a look at my first mail for xml snippets which is included in
solrconfig.xml .
      Yeah.. I found the line .. "INFO: created queryParserPluginOne:
plugin.query.parser.QueryParserPluginOne" in logs. I am sure that the
request handler with which this query parser plugin is linked is
working,Because I could find the results of System.out.println()s
(those included in requesthandler) in log, but not query parser
plugin's System.outs or other effects.

On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 9:13 PM, Grant Ingersoll <> wrote:
> On Oct 27, 2009, at 12:58 PM, Phanindra Reva wrote:
>> Hello All,
>>          I am a newbie, learning Solr - plugins concept. While
>> following the tutorials on the same from
>> , I have tried to work on
>> Query Parser plugin concept by extending QParserPlugin class.
>>  I have registered my custom plugin class in solrconfig.xml using
>> following ,
>>                    <queryParser name="queryParserPluginOne"
>> class="plugin.query.parser.QueryParserPluginOne"/>
>> and I have linked the same with default request handler by including
>> the following in solrconfig.xml.
>>                   <requestHandler name="requestHandlerPluginOne"
>> class="plugin.request.RequestTestOne" default="true" >
>>                                <lst name="defaults">
>>                                      <str
>> name="defType">queryParserPluginOne</str>
>>                                </lst>
>>                  </requestHandler>
>>                 The implmentation is basic and which has some
>> System.out.println() s and addition of request params. To be brief, my
>> problem is I dont find any effect of the code thats included in my
>> custom Query Parser plugin class and its not part of the flow, but I
>> am sure that my custom request handler is part of the flow. I would be
>> glad if you solve my problem.
> What's the URL you are sending to Solr that is invoking the req. handler?
>  Also, check your startup logs and make sure you code was loaded.  You
> should see some printout somewhere indicating as much.
> --------------------------
> Grant Ingersoll
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