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anupama [Indexing Using SOLR]
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anupama [Indexing Using SOLR]
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 There is only rudimentary,​ partial support in //GLI// for building a Greenstone collection with solr as the indexer. At present, GLI will preserve solr-specific elements, such as the ''​option''​ subelement of ''​index''​ mentioned below, as well as ''​solr''​ and ''​facet''​ elements. Building a SOLR collection in GLI has 2 drawbacks in Greenstone 3.06rc1: There is only rudimentary,​ partial support in //GLI// for building a Greenstone collection with solr as the indexer. At present, GLI will preserve solr-specific elements, such as the ''​option''​ subelement of ''​index''​ mentioned below, as well as ''​solr''​ and ''​facet''​ elements. Building a SOLR collection in GLI has 2 drawbacks in Greenstone 3.06rc1:
-  * Building a solr collection in GLI will stop the Greenstone server before building the collection and restart it when the collection has been rebuilt. In more recent versions of GS3 this is not a problem.+  * Building a solr collection in GLI will stop the Greenstone server before building the collection and restart it when the collection has been rebuilt. In more recent versions of GS3 this is no longer ​a problem, as newer GS3 versions do not stop and start the server for building a solr collection any more.
   * Java 7+ is needed to successfully build a solr collection in GLI, at least on Windows. For this to work, you will first need to have a JDK 7 installed on your machine (with the JAVA_HOME environment variable set up, and with JAVA_HOME/​bin added to your PATH environment variable). Secondly, you will need to move your Greenstone 3 installation'​s ''​packages/​jre''​ out of the way before running GLI, so that GLI finds your Java 7 instead.   * Java 7+ is needed to successfully build a solr collection in GLI, at least on Windows. For this to work, you will first need to have a JDK 7 installed on your machine (with the JAVA_HOME environment variable set up, and with JAVA_HOME/​bin added to your PATH environment variable). Secondly, you will need to move your Greenstone 3 installation'​s ''​packages/​jre''​ out of the way before running GLI, so that GLI finds your Java 7 instead.