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From Furkan KAMACI <>
Subject Re: How can I compile and debug Solr from source code?
Date Thu, 21 Mar 2013 21:22:20 GMT
Using embedded is an option. However I see that there is a .war file inside
Solr source code. So that means that I can generate a .war file and deploy
it to Tomcat or something like that. My main question arises here. How can
I generate a .war file from my customized Solr source code? That's why I
mentioned tomcat. Any ideas?

2013/3/21 Shawn Heisey <>

> On 3/21/2013 6:56 AM, Furkan KAMACI wrote:
>> I use Intellij Idea 12 and Solr 4.1 on a Centos 6.4 64 bit computer.
>> I have opened Solr source code at Intellij IDEA as explained
>> documentation.
>> I want to deploy Solr into Tomcat 7. When I open the project there are
>> configurations set previosly (I used ant idea command before I open the
>> project) . However they are all test configurations and some of them are
>> not passed test (this is another issue, no need to go detail at this
>> e-mail). I have added a Tomcat Local configuration into configurations but
>> I don't know which one is the main method of Solr and is there any
>> documentation that explains code. i.e. I want to debug a point what Solr
>> receives from when I say -index from nutch and what Solr does?
>> I tried somehing to run code (I don't think I could generate a .war or an
>> exploded folder) an this is the error that I get:(I did't point any
>> artifact for edit configurations)
>> Error: Exception thrown by the agent :**MalformedURLException:
>> Local host name unknown: me.local:
>> me.local:
>> Name or service not known
> There actually isn't a way to execute Solr itself, it doesn't have a main
> method.  Solr is a servlet, so it requires a servlet container to run.  The
> container that it ships with is jetty.  You have mentioned tomcat.
> I don't know how you might go about running tomcat and Solr within
> IntelliJ.  Perhaps someone else here might.  The debugging instructions on
> the wiki for IntelliJ seem to indicate that you debug remotely and start
> the included jetty with some special options:
> If you do figure out how to get IntelliJ to deploy directly to a locally
> installed tomcat, please update the wiki with the steps required.
> Thanks,
> Shawn

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