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From Chantal Ackermann <>
Subject Re: How to update a core using SolrJ
Date Fri, 03 Aug 2012 08:41:50 GMT
Hi Roy,

the example URL is correct if your core is available under that name (configured in solr.xml)
and has started without errors. I think I observed that it makes a different whether there
is a trailing slash or not (but that was a while ago, so maybe that has changed).

If you can reach that URL via browser but SolrJ with exactly the same URL cannot, then
- maybe the SolrJ application is running in a different environment?
- there is authentication setup and you are authenticated via browser but SolrJ does not know
of it
- ...?

Some log output would be definitely helpful.


Am 02.08.2012 um 22:42 schrieb Benjamin, Roy:

> I'm using SolrJ and CommonsHttpSolrServer.
> Before moving to multi-core configuration I constructed CommonsHttpSolrServer from "http://localhost:8080/solr",
this worked fine.
> Now I have two cores.  I have tried contructing CommonsHttpSolrServer from "http://localhost:8080/solr/core0"
but this does
> not work.  The resource is not found when I try to add docs.
> How do I update Solr using SolrJ in a multi-core configuration?  What is the correct
form for the CommonsHttpSolrServer URL?
> Thanks!
> Roy

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