This section describes how Solr adds data to its index. It covers the following topics:
- Introduction to Solr Indexing: An overview of Solr’s indexing process.
- Post Tool: Information about using
post.jarto quickly upload some content to your system.
- Uploading Data with Index Handlers: Information about using Solr’s Index Handlers to upload XML/XSLT, JSON and CSV data.
- Transforming and Indexing Custom JSON: Index any JSON of your choice
- Indexing Nested Documents: Detailed information about indexing and schema configuration for nested documents.
- Uploading Data with Solr Cell using Apache Tika: Information about using the Solr Cell framework to upload data for indexing.
- Uploading Structured Data Store Data with the Data Import Handler: Information about uploading and indexing data from a structured data store.
- Updating Parts of Documents: Information about how to use atomic updates and optimistic concurrency with Solr.
- Detecting Languages During Indexing: Information about using language identification during the indexing process.
- De-Duplication: Information about configuring Solr to mark duplicate documents as they are indexed.
- Content Streams: Information about streaming content to Solr Request Handlers.
- Reindexing: Details about when reindexing is required or recommended, and some strategies for completely reindexing your documents.