How do I implement Search Functionality in a website? [closed]

Use lucene, http://lucene.apache.org/java/docs/ Apache Lucene is a high-performance, full-featured text search engine library written entirely in Java. It is a technology suitable for nearly any application that requires full-text search, especially cross-platform. It is available in java and .net. It is also in available in php in the form of a zend framework module. Lucene … Read more

jqGrid Filtering Records

To filter local grid you should only fill filters property of the postData parameter of jqGrid and set additionally search:true. To save selection of the grid you can use reloadGrid with additional parameter [{page:1,current:true}] (see here). The corresponding code can be the following $(“#search”).click(function() { var searchFiler = $(“#filter”).val(), grid = $(“#list”), f; if (searchFiler.length … Read more

using OR and NOT in solr query

I don’t know why that doesn’t work, but this one is logically equivalent and it does work: -(myField:superneat AND -myOtherField:somethingElse) Maybe it has something to do with defining the same field twice in the query… Try asking in the solr-user group, then post back here the final answer!

JQGrid Toolbar Searching: search for multiple words for a column

An interesting question! I created the demo which demonstrate how to implement multi-word searching: The corresponding code is: $grid.jqGrid(‘filterToolbar’, { stringResult: true, defaultSearch: “cn”, beforeSearch: function () { modifySearchingFilter.call(this, ‘ ‘); } }); where modifySearchingFilter I defined in the way: var modifySearchingFilter = function (separator) { var i, l, rules, rule, parts, j, group, str, … Read more

Solr vs. ElasticSearch [closed]

Update Now that the question scope has been corrected, I might add something in this regard as well: There are many comparisons between Apache Solr and ElasticSearch available, so I’ll reference those I found most useful myself, i.e. covering the most important aspects: Bob Yoplait already linked kimchy’s answer to ElasticSearch, Sphinx, Lucene, Solr, Xapian. … Read more