Minneapolis Solr Meetup - May 28, 2014: Target.com Search

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Minneapolis Solr Meetup - May 28, 2014: Target.com Search

  1. 1. Target.com Search + LucidWorks #TargetSearch
  2. 2. 2 Change is constant…but we always reflect on our core culture
  3. 3. work & think different bring your skills not your title be accountable be transparent progress over perfection
  4. 4. Setting sail with Solr…
  5. 5. 5 We have left port… Solr POC Production
  6. 6. 6 What we have learned so far… Went Well Not so Well • Transforming data into Solr • Facets are different between the platforms • Loading data to Solr using Dynamic Fields • Grouping and pagination • Speed of importing data • Start from scratch on relevancy • Relevancy strategy management • Ease of adding additional data signals
  7. 7. <RECORD> <PROP NAME="recordType"> <PVAL>Product</PVAL> </PROP> <PROP NAME="productTitle"> <PVAL>Converse® One Star® Men's Short Sleeve Henley - Dog Bone L</PVAL> </PROP> <PROP NAME="listprice"> <PVAL>14.99</PVAL> </PROP> <PROP NAME="saleprice"> <PVAL>14.99</PVAL> </PROP> <PROP NAME="partNumber"> <PVAL>14930617</PVAL> </PROP> <PROP NAME="InvStatus"> <PVAL>0</PVAL> </PROP> <PROP NAME="categoryName"> <PVAL>short sleeve tees</PVAL> </PROP> <PROP NAME="categoryName"> <PVAL>shirts</PVAL> </PROP> Data Conversion 7 Catalog Feed Solr <doc> <field name="D_Marketing">New</field> <field name="D_Categories">4919|short sleeve tees|Y|NOLEAF</field> <field name="D_Categories">4921|shirts|Y|NOLEAF</field> <field name="D_Nav">0|4919</field> <field name="D_Nav">1|4919|4921</field> <field name="P_Record_Type">Product</field> <field name="P_ListPrice">14.99</field> <field name="P_OfferPrice">14.99</field> <field name="D_PriceRange">B ($10 - $15)</field> <field name="P_Inv_Status">0/field> <field name="D_Inv_Status">0</field> <field name="P_ProductInfoTitle">Converse® One Star® Men's Short Sleeve Henley</field> <field name="P_DefinedAttributes">Size</field> . . .
  8. 8. <dynamicField name="D_*" type="text_en_splitting" stored="true" multiValued="true"/> <dynamicField name="*_facet" type="string" indexed="true" stored="true" multiValued="true"/> . . . <copyField source="D_*" dest="*_facet"/> Dynamic Fields 8 In Solr Schema:
  9. 9. 9 Signals = Relevancy Basic Question: How do you take basic information from activity on your website and use it to make results more relevant? Example: Hello Kitty
  10. 10. Solr’s default strategy finds what it “thinks” is most relevant Untuned results 10
  11. 11. Once Solr is told to look at the most viewed/ordered items… voila! Results with guest data 11
  12. 12. Questions?

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