You might also want to look at ElasticSearch. It has some neat features
like rivers and percolate that Solr doesn't have. AWS also has a pretty
decent managed service for it if you don't want to install it yourself.

On Tue, Nov 24, 2015, 9:45 AM Oscar Merida <os...@oscarm.org> wrote:

> Use apache solr to index and query the data, use facets to manage the
> presentation of filters. This would work well particularly if your filters
> are dependent on each other.
>
> On Tue, 2015-11-24 at 04:04 -0800, Vernma wrote:
>
> I have a large database application which presents oil and gas industry
> information about gas company systems.
>
> It's purpose is to allow a gas company operator compare their system from
> the 1000's of other gas companies in the US.
>
> There are as many as 200+ possible filters into this data which might be
> categorized in up to 20 different categories. Most are numeric and would
> allow entry of min and max limits.
>
> Any suggestions as to a paradigm for presenting all of these filters in a
> reasonable fashion? I would probably have them choose the filters they want
> and then have them enter their settings for those chosen.
>
> The app might also be used from mobile devices.
>
> So many filters, so little real estate.
>
> TIA.
>
> Vernon
>
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