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From cyang2010 <ysxsu...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: indexing mysql dateTime/timestamp into solr date field
Date Wed, 02 Mar 2011 08:11:10 GMT
It turn out you don't need to use dateFormatTransformer at all.  The reason
why the timestamp mysql column fail to be inserted to solr is because in
schema.xml i mistakenly set "index=false,  stored=false".  Of course that
won't make it come to index at all.  No wonder schema browser always show no
term for that field.

DataImportHanlder just take care of using jdbc to read timestamp/datetime
column, and format it into solr format out of box.  There is no need to use
any transformer on top it.  I am guessing that the DateFormatTransformer is
only needed for string value (somevalue from a xml source, rather than for
database column value)  to convert it to solr date type.  

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