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Using Solr / Lucene for full text search with CUBRID Database on Ubuntu


Apache Solr is one of the most popular full-text search engines currently available in the open source market. It is implemented in Java and runs as a standalone server within a servlet container such as Tomcat. More information about Solr is extensively provided on their official site.

In this tutorial you will learn how to use Solr for full-text search with CUBRID Database. Even though below you will find installation instructions for Ubuntu, the examples can be used on other OS with the same success. If you have already completed some of the following steps on your own, you can skip them and move on.

  1. Install CUBRID on Ubuntu (other OS)
  2. Install Apache Tomcat on Ubuntu
  3. Install Apache Solr on Ubuntu
  4. Create a sample CUBRID Database from the command line
  5. Full index of CUBRID Database using Solr DataImportHandler


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