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MoreLikeThisQuery using SolrTemplate in Spring data


MoreLikeThisQuery using SolrTemplate in Spring data

By : user7455000
Date : November 20 2020, 03:01 PM
Hope that helps No, there is no functionality inside Spring Data Solr, however, this is relatively easy to add such functionality by yourself.
In short terms, you need to add a Solr Server RequestHandler, that will use default solr.MoreLikeThisHandler and just invoke this handler from the repository.
code :


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Pivot faceting with Spring-data-solr using SolrTemplate

Pivot faceting with Spring-data-solr using SolrTemplate


By : Barnsley
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue Please have a look at ITestSolrTemplate.java#L451.
code :
FacetQuery query = new SimpleFacetQuery(new Criteria("*").expression("*"));
query.setFacetOptions(new FacetOptions().addFacetOnPivot("category", "name"));

FacetPage<SolrBean> page = solrTemplate.queryForFacetPage(query, SolrBean.class);
How do you use both Spring Data JPA and Spring Data Elasticsearch repositories on the same domain class in a Spring Boot

How do you use both Spring Data JPA and Spring Data Elasticsearch repositories on the same domain class in a Spring Boot


By : Damian N
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you Repositories in Spring Data are datasource agnostic, meaning that JpaRepository and ElasticsearchRepository both roll up into Repository interface. When this is the case, then auto-configuration of Spring Boot will cause Spring Data JPA to try and configure a bean for each repository in the project that inherits any Spring Data Commons base repository.
To fix this problem you need to move your JPA repository and Elasticsearch repository to separate packages and make sure to annotate your @SpringBootApplication application class with:
code :
@SpringBootApplication
@EnableJpaRepositories("com.izeye.throwaway.data")
@EnableElasticsearchRepositories("com.izeye.throwaway.indexing")
public class Application {

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        SpringApplication.run(Application.class, args);
    }

}
Spring Boot + Spring Data JPA + Spring Data ElasticSearch: elastic doesn't return any results

Spring Boot + Spring Data JPA + Spring Data ElasticSearch: elastic doesn't return any results


By : William Vandergrift
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps The answer was quite simple.
I had to do a batch job of querying current entities from a database and saving them to Elastic Search by using
code :
personSearchRepository.save(person);
SolrTemplate.delete(SolrDataQuery query) not working

SolrTemplate.delete(SolrDataQuery query) not working


By : Marcos Dias
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you Finally I find my answer. I used a SimpleStringCriteria in SimpleQuery and a commit:
code :
SolrDataQuery dataQuery = new SimpleQuery(new SimpleStringCriteria(SolrEntitiesFieldsIF.MODIFIED_DATE_FIELD + ":[* TO " + (new Date().getTime() - 60 * 10000) + "]"));
comparerSolrTemplate.delete(dataQuery);
comparerSolrTemplate.commit();
Indexing a Solr Document using SolrCrudRepository and SolrTemplate

Indexing a Solr Document using SolrCrudRepository and SolrTemplate


By : Essaith
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue When you index a document in Solr, it will not be available for searching until it has been committed to the index. This is why you must call the .commit() method (or reload the core) in order to see this document when querying.
However, there was a recent issue DATASOLR-107 Added commitWithin Support that added an additional parameter to the .save() method (along with some others) that will allow you to specify in milliseconds how long before the document is to be committed. Change your code as follows:
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