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From James McKinney <ja...@evolvingweb.ca>
Subject Re: how to use ajax-solr - example?
Date Sun, 13 Dec 2009 05:46:43 GMT

It seems the OP has found what he wanted, but just to clarify and update:

The AJAX Solr documentation has been massively expanded, and a demo site has
been created:

Demo: http://evolvingweb.github.com/ajax-solr/examples/reuters/index.html
Docs: http://evolvingweb.github.com/ajax-solr/

AJAX Solr is JavaScript framework-agnostic. If you prefer Prototype, use
Prototype. The documentation, however, is written in jQuery, as it is the
most popular framework.

Counter what Israel said, sending data only between JavaScript and Solr will
*not* limit you to one domain. In the demo site, for example, the HTML/JS is
on one domain and Solr is on another domain.

Cheers,

James


Israel Ekpo wrote:
> 
> On Wed, Nov 4, 2009 at 10:48 AM, Joel Nylund <jnylund@yahoo.com> wrote:
> 
>> Hi, I looked at the documentation and I have no idea how to get started?
>> Can someone point me to or show me an example of how to send a query to a
>> solr server and paginate through the results using ajax-solr.
>>
>> I would glady write a blog tutorial on how to do this if someone can get
>> me
>> started.
>>
>> I dont know jquery but have used prototype & scriptaculous.
>>
>> thanks
>> Joel
>>
>>
> 
> Joel,
> 
> It will be best if you use a scripting language between Solr and
> JavaScript
> 
> This is becasue sending data only between JavaScript and Solr will limit
> you
> to only one domain name.
> 
> However, if you are using a scripting language between JavaScript and Solr
> you can use the scripting language to retrieve the request parameters from
> JavaScript and then same them to Solr with the response writer set to
> json.
> 
> This will cause Solr to send the response in JSON format which the
> scripting
> language can pass on to JavaScript.
> 
> This example here will cause Solr to return the response in JSON.
> 
> http://example.com:8443/solr/select?q=searchkeyword&wt=json
> 
> 
> -- 
> "Good Enough" is not good enough.
> To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift.
> Quality First. Measure Twice. Cut Once.
> 
> 

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