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Book Review: Solr 1.4 Enterprise Search Server

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MassDosage writes Solr 1.4 Enterprise Search Server written by David Smiley and Eric Pugh provides in-depth coverage of the open source Solr search server. In some ways this book reads like the missing reference manual for the advanced usage of Solr. It is aimed at readers already familiar with Solr and related search concepts as well as those having some knowledge of programming (specifically Java). The book covers a lot of ground, some of it fairly challenging, and gives those working with Solr a lot of hands-on technical advice on how to use and fine-tune many parts of this powerful application.” Keep reading for the rest of MassDosage’s review.

Solr 1.4 Enterprise Search Server
author David Smiley and Eric Pugh
pages 317
publisher Packt Publishing
rating 8/10
reviewer Mass Dosage
ISBN 978-1-847195-88-3
summary Enhance your search with faceted navigation, result highlighting, fuzzy queries, ranked scoring, and more.

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