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Sunday, November 6 • 11:15am - 12:00pm
Make Plone search act like Google using Solr

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Solr is a powerful open source search engine server which has become a popular choice for extending the search capabilities of Plone sites. The default configuration works well, but how do you answer the client's request to "Make my search just like Google's"?

In this talk we will take a look at the various options that are available for configuring Solr's schema and configuration. We will discuss how to set up stop words, spell checking, n-grams and alternate query handlers. We will see what effect these settings will have on the search results and find out how to debug problems when they arise.


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Clayton Parker

Clayton Parker, senior developer at Six Feet Up, Inc., is an active member of the Plone community and Plone Foundation Member. He has presented at conferences on a wide variety of topics including buildout, GenericSetup, LDAP, theming and migration. He is also known in the Plone community... Read More →

Sunday November 6, 2011 11:15am - 12:00pm PST
Related Technologies Track: Room 609 835 Market St, San Francisco, CA

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