Javadoc is default – and often only – documentation for open source Java projects. It is generated automatically and can just be dumped on any public-facing server as a bunch of static files. Or even bundled with the distribution, if size is not an issue.
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I recently presented about Solr at Bangkok meetup group. There were about 40 people and I had great follow-up discussions afterwards.
As part of the presentation, I showed how Solr deals with Thai language. Even though my knowledge of Thai is fairly rudimentary, I dug into existing resources and found at least a couple of ways to process Thai language.
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It’s been 9 months since my introductory Solr book came out. It was written for version 4.3. In the meanwhile, Solr kept marching on and is now at version 4.7. There has been quite a number of changes and new features. So I really wanted to recheck that the examples in the book still make sense. I also wanted to do the tests on Windows to see whether the *nix-centered instructions in the book caused any issues.
This first part covers the issues and supplementary material based on the review of the first five chapters. Later parts will be covered in other blog posts. So far, it seems that the examples survived without any serious issues.
Continue reading Checking examples in “Solr Indexing” with Solr 4.7 under Windows – part 1