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Alfresco 4 Enterprise Content Management Implementation by Pallika Majmudar, Rajesh R Avatani, Snehal Shah, Jayesh Prajapati, Munwar Shariff, Vinita Choudhary, Vandana Pal, Amita Bhandari

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Using the Solr search engine with Alfresco

Solr is a widely used open source search server provided by apache. It uses Lucene as its search engine, but addition to that it provides full enterprise search server capabilities. Solr provides a web based application that accepts http request and returns http response.

Here are some advantages of Solr:

  • Advanced full-text search capabilities
  • Provides faceted search
  • Performance optimized for high volume web traffic
  • Single server for indexes of multiple applications
  • For clustered Alfresco servers, indexes can be maintained at a single Solr server
  • Solr is highly scalable, provides clustering of Solr server.
  • Web-based Solr administration interface
  • Solr supports Lucene-style queries, so no need to change the queries ...

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