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March 24, 2010

Indexing Text and HTML with Solr

Lucid Imagination has a tutorial on how to use Tika, Solr Cell, and curl to index HTML and plain text files. Indexing web pages with Solr, like magic


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Indexing text is good if Google can do it.
Well, I agree that, for public web sites, content that Google can index is good; content it cannot index is bad. But even for public-facing corporate websites, there is often content that Google cannot get to; but which the organization's own search engine absolutely has to find. Database content and content that requires multiple different levels of security are not generally available to the public Google engine; but it still must be found by the enterprise platform. Enterprise search is harder than public web site search. Thanks for leaving your comment!

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