Spring Data Solr

Spring Data Solr, part of the larger Spring Data family, provides easy configuration and access to Apache Solr Search Server from Spring applications. It offers both low-level and high-level abstractions for interacting with the store.

Derived queries and annotations for Solr specific functionallity allow easy integration into existing applications.

Quick Start
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Features

  • High level repository abstractions with multicore support
  • Annotations for Boost-, Facet- and Highlighting
  • Customizable type mappings and type conversions
  • Solr template supporing fulent query api
  • Exception translation to Spring's portable Data Access exception hierarchy

Quick Start

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The recommended way to get started using spring-data-solr in your project is with a dependency management system – the snippet below can be copied and pasted into your build. Need help? See our getting started guides on building with Maven and Gradle.

Configuration....

@Configuration
@EnableSolrRepositores(basePackages={"com.acme.solr"}, multicoreSupport=true)
public class SolrContext {

  static final String SOLR_HOST = "solr.host";

  @Resource private Environment environment;

  @Bean
  public SolrServer solrServer() {
    String solrHost = environment.getRequiredProperty(SOLR_HOST);
    return new HttpSolrServer(solrHost);
  }
}

Repository Usage

public interface SolrProductRepository extends SolrCrudRepository<Product, String> {

  Page<Product> findByPopularity(Integer popularity, Pageable page);

  Page<Product> findByNameOrDescription(@Boost(2) String name, String description, Pageable page);

  @Highlight
  HighlightPage<Product> findByNameIn(Collection<String> name, Page page);

  @Query(value = "name:?0")
  @Facet(fields = { "cat" }, limit=20)
  FacetPage<Product> findByNameAndFacetOnCategory(String name, Pageable page);
}

Sample Projects

  • Solr Showcase - A Spring MVC application rebuilding parts of the original Solr example.