Monthly Archives: April 2013

Web scraping using jsoup

                            In this article, we will see how we can scrap the web using JSoup. Before getting into the details, we will see what is web scraping? and

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Quartz – Enterprise Open Source Job Scheduler – Part1

In this post, we will discuss about the java job scheduler called “Quartz”. In a brief introduction, quartz is providing job scheduling infrastructure to integrate with stand alone applications to large enterprise applications, to perform the defined tasks on scheduling

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Apache Solr – Indexing using data import handler

          In the last post, we have seen how to set up Solr. In this post , we will see how to set up data import handler to import the data from the database. Here, I

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Apache Solr – Open Source Enterprise Search Platform – Installation

               In this post ,we will discuss about the Apache Solr installation using tomcat web container. In this article, we are using Apache Solr 4.2.1 version. By the time you read this article, if the

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Apache Solr – Open Source Enterprise Search Platform (discussion about why/what/where solr?)

           In continuation to the last post(, Apache Solr is an open source enterprise search platform based on Apache Lucene. Here, I am providing answers to the common queries which will arise when we start to

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Apache Solr – Open Source Enterprise Search Platform

                       In this post, we can discuss about Apache Solr search . Before entering into the Solr, we will discuss about “What is the importance of search in e-Commerce?”  

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