The new release of Solr and Lucene 3.1, available here and here, is the first major release for Solr in almost two years and the first joint release of both projects. With each project having resolved several hundred issues leading to the release, lets take a look at the major improvements and new features including […]
It has been over a year since we released our Spatial Solr Plugin (SSP) to the community and its great to see that its serving so many users so well. During that time there has also been a great deal of work done on adding official spatial search support to Solr. Much of this work is now […]
I am pleased to announce the latest release of our Spatial Solr Plugin, v1.0-RC4. This release is a backwards compatible with RC3, and contains the following changes: PDF documentation has been improved to remove inconsistencies in request parameter and source code package names SpatialFilter now includes hashCode and equals implementations, facilitating storage of the filter […]
In a number of blog entries we have spoken about the spatial search functionality that we have been developing here at Jteam. In the last two weeks, I have had a chance to contribute much of this work back to the Apache Lucene project with the goal of furthering the development of Lucene’s open source […]
JTeam has always prided itself on being at the forefront of custom software development and exceeding customer expectations. This has been further confirmed with the release of the most voted for features for Apache Solr 1.5, the next version to be developed.
Like many people, I use Google Maps to find businesses near my house. This kind of search differs considerably from usual free text searches since I’m no longer just asking for companies that include the phrase pizza, I’m also asking for companies that are near a certain point. This functionality has until recently been found […]