I know it was a joke, but I've been thinking of something like that. Not a chatbot per say, but perhaps something that uses Machine Learning/topic clustering on the past discussions and match them to the new questions. Still would need to be rechecked by a human for final response, but could be very helpful. I certainly wished for that many times as I was answering newbie's questions (or my own).
And, I feel, current version of Solr actually has all the pieces to make such thing happen..... Could be a fun project/demo/service for the next LuceneSolrRevolution for somebody with time on their hands :-) Regards, Alex. On 9 April 2018 at 13:24, Allison, Timothy B. <talli...@mitre.org> wrote: > +1 > > https://lucidworks.com/2012/02/14/indexing-with-solrj/ > > We should add a chatbot to the list that includes Charlie's advice and the > link to Erick's blog post whenever Tika is used. 😊 > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Charlie Hull [mailto:char...@flax.co.uk] > Sent: Monday, April 9, 2018 12:44 PM > To: email@example.com > Subject: Re: How to use Tika (Solr Cell) to extract content from HTML > document instead of Solr's MostlyPassthroughHtmlMapper ? > > I'd recommend you run Tika externally to Solr, which will allow you to catch > this kind of problem and prevent it bringing down your Solr installation. > > Cheers > > Charlie > > On 9 April 2018 at 16:59, Hanjan, Harinder <harinder.han...@calgary.ca> > wrote: > >> Hello! >> >> Solr (i.e. Tika) throws a "zip bomb" exception with certain documents >> we have in our Sharepoint system. I have used the tika-app.jar >> directly to extract the document in question and it does _not_ throw >> an exception and extract the contents just fine. So it would seem Solr >> is doing something different than a Tika standalone installation. >> >> After some Googling, I found out that Solr uses its custom HtmlMapper >> (MostlyPassthroughHtmlMapper) which passes through all elements in the >> HTML document to Tika. As Tika limits nested elements to 100, this >> causes Tika to throw an exception: Suspected zip bomb: 100 levels of >> XML element nesting. This is metioned in TIKA-2091 >> (https://issues.apache.org/ >> jira/browse/TIKA-2091?focusedCommentId=15514131&page=com.atlassian.jira. >> plugin.system.issuetabpanels%3Acomment-tabpanel#comment-15514131). The >> "solution" is to use Tika's default parsing/mapping mechanism but no >> details have been provided on how to configure this at Solr. >> >> I'm hoping some folks here have the knowledge on how to configure Solr >> to effectively by-pass its built in MostlyPassthroughHtmlMapper and >> use Tika's implementation. >> >> Thank you! >> Harinder >> >> >> ________________________________ >> NOTICE - >> This communication is intended ONLY for the use of the person or >> entity named above and may contain information that is confidential or >> legally privileged. If you are not the intended recipient named above >> or a person responsible for delivering messages or communications to >> the intended recipient, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that any use, >> distribution, or copying of this communication or any of the >> information contained in it is strictly prohibited. If you have >> received this communication in error, please notify us immediately by >> telephone and then destroy or delete this communication, or return it >> to us by mail if requested by us. The City of Calgary thanks you for your >> attention and co-operation. >>