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From Noble Paul നോബിള്‍ नोब्ळ् <noble.p...@corp.aol.com>
Subject Re: Fastest way to use solrj
Date Wed, 20 Jan 2010 09:04:42 GMT
2010/1/20 Tim Terlegård <tim.terlegard@gmail.com>:
>>>> BinaryRequestWriter does not read from a file and post it
>>>
>>> Is there any other way or is this use case not supported? I tried this:
>>>
>>> $ curl <host>/solr/update/javabin -F stream.file=/tmp/data.bin
>>> $ curl <host>/solr/update -F stream.body=' <commit />'
>>>
>>> Solr did read the file, because solr complained when the file wasn't
>>> in the format the JavaBinUpdateRequestCodec expected. But no data is
>>> added to the index for some reason.
>
>> how did you create the file /tmp/data.bin ? what is the format?
>
> I wrote this in the first email. It's in the javabin format (I think).
> I did like this (groovy code):
>
>   fieldId = new NamedList()
>   fieldId.add("name", "id")
>   fieldId.add("val", "9-0")
>   fieldId.add("boost", null)
>   fieldText = new NamedList()
>   fieldText.add("name", "text")
>   fieldText.add("val", "Some text")
>   fieldText.add("boost", null)
>   fieldNull = new NamedList()
>   fieldNull.add("boost", null)
>   doc = [fieldNull, fieldId, fieldText]
>   docs = [doc]
>   root = new NamedList()
>   root.add("docs", docs)
>   fos = new FileOutputStream("data.bin")
>   new JavaBinCodec().marshal(root, fos)
>
> /Tim
>
JavaBin is a format.
use this method JavaBinUpdateRequestCodec# marshal(UpdateRequest
updateRequest, OutputStream os)

The output of this can be posted to solr and it should work



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Noble Paul | Systems Architect| AOL | http://aol.com

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