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code4lib 2011 preconference: What's New in Solr (since 1.4.1)

by Senior Solutions Architect at LucidWorks on Feb 10, 2011

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code4lib 2011 preconference, presented by Erik Hatcher of Lucid Imagination. ...

code4lib 2011 preconference, presented by Erik Hatcher of Lucid Imagination.

Abstract: The library world is fired up about Solr. Practically every next-gen catalog is using it (via Blacklight, VuFind, or other technologies). Solr has continued improving in some dramatic ways, including geospatial support, field collapsing/grouping, extended dismax query parsing, pivot/grid/matrix/tree faceting, autosuggest, and more. This session will cover all of these new features, showcasing live examples of them all, including anything new that is implemented prior to the conference.

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