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From Phil Scadden <>
Subject CSV output
Date Thu, 15 Jun 2017 02:13:28 GMT
If I try
/getsolr? fl=id,title,datasource,score&hl=true&hl.maxAnalyzedChars=90000000&hl.method=unified&q=Wainui-1&q.op=AND&wt=csv

The response I get is:
id,title,datasource,scoreW:\PR_Reports\OCR\PR869.pdf,,Petroleum Reports,8.233313W:\PR_Reports\OCR\PR3440.pdf,,Petroleum
Reports,8.217836W:\PR_Reports\OCR\PR4313.pdf,,Petroleum Reports,8.206703W:\PR_Reports\OCR\PR3906.pdf,,Petroleum
Reports,8.185147W:\PR_Reports\OCR\PR1592.pdf,,Petroleum Reports,8.167614W:\PR_Reports\OCR\PR998.pdf,,Petroleum
Reports,8.161142W:\PR_Reports\OCR\PR2457.pdf,,Petroleum Reports,8.155497W:\PR_Reports\OCR\PR2433.pdf,,Petroleum
Reports,8.152924W:\PR_Reports\OCR\PR1184.pdf,,Petroleum Reports,8.124402W:\PR_Reports\OCR\PR3551.pdf,,Petroleum

ie no newline separators at all (Solr 6.5.1) (/getsolr is api that proxy to the solr server).
Changing it to

Makes no difference. What I am doing wrong here? Is there another way to specify csv parameters?
It says default is \n but I am not seeing that.

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