I have two courses and a book on Solr, aimed for getting started. If you
watch the first part of both of them you could get a better idea of what
needs to be done. They are in Pluralsight:
Getting Started with Enterprise Search Using Apache Solr
Implementing Search in .NET Applications
On Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 10:33 PM, Chris Manu <chrisman...@hotmail.com>
> Thank you for responding. So, theoretically, I would need to hire someone
> with Apache programing experience to do this correct (given that I know
> nothing about programing)? What type of experience should I look for?
> From: Xavier Morera <xav...@familiamorera.com>
> Sent: December 1, 2016 2:23 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Feasability
> The answer is yes, but you would need to do some programming and
> On Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 7:54 PM, Chris Manu <chrisman...@hotmail.com>
> > Hello,
> > I want to start off by saying that I am not a programmer...and have very
> > little knowledge in this area.
> > What I would like to know if Apache would be capable of doing the
> > following:
> > Take an extensive list (A) of strings of unique words (these are titles -
> > anywhere from 4 words to 30) saved in either an Excel worksheet or in a
> > text file and search for instances (B) where these can be found in PDF
> > files saved on a hard drive (over 100k files). The search would need to
> > done using a fuzzy logic rather than exact matching and the output would
> > in an Excel file list the unique string found (A), the file name in which
> > the match was made (B), the page number where the match was made and the
> > surrounding text on either side of As well, would this be a complicated
> > program, usable by novices coached in the process necessary to input the
> > title file (A) and direct the search to the relevant folder containing
> > PDF files (B).
> > I eagerly await (hopefully) an affirmative answer.
> > Cheers!
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> I basically love it. I use SolrNet which I think it is a very mature and
> stable library.
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