Beispiele

Beispiele für die Verwendung der Apache Solr-Erweiterung in PHP.

Beispiel #1 Inhalt der BootStrap-Datei

<?php

/* Domain-Name des Solr-Servers */
define('SOLR_SERVER_HOSTNAME''solr.example.com');

/* Ob im sicheren Modus ausgeführt werden soll oder nicht */
define('SOLR_SECURE'true);

/* HTTP Port zur Verbindung */
define('SOLR_SERVER_PORT', ((SOLR_SECURE) ? 8443 8983));

/* Benutzername für HTTP-Basisauthentifizierung */
define('SOLR_SERVER_USERNAME''admin');

/* Passwort für HTTP-Basisauthentifizierung */
define('SOLR_SERVER_PASSWORD''changeit');

/* Zeitüberschreitung bei HTTP-Verbindungen */
/* Dies ist die maximal zulässige Zeit in Sekunden für den http-Datenübertragungsvorgang. Standardwert ist 30 Sekunden */
define('SOLR_SERVER_TIMEOUT'10);

/* Dateiname eines PEM-formatierten privaten Schlüssels + privates Zertifikat (in dieser Reihenfolge verkettet) */
define('SOLR_SSL_CERT''certs/combo.pem');

/* Dateiname nur für ein PEM-formatiertes privates Zertifikat */
define('SOLR_SSL_CERT_ONLY''certs/solr.crt');

/* Dateiname für einen PEM-formatierten privaten Schlüssel */
define('SOLR_SSL_KEY''certs/solr.key');

/* Passwort für PEM-formatierte private Schlüsseldatei */
define('SOLR_SSL_KEYPASSWORD''StrongAndSecurePassword');

/* Name der Datei mit einem oder mehreren CA-Zertifikaten, mit denen der Peer verifiziert werden soll */
define('SOLR_SSL_CAINFO''certs/cacert.crt');

/* Name des Verzeichnisses, das mehrere CA-Zertifikate enthält, mit denen die Gegenstelle überprüft werden soll */
define('SOLR_SSL_CAPATH''certs/');

?>

Beispiel #2 Hinzufügen eines Dokuments zum Index

<?php

include "bootstrap.php";

$options = array
(
    
'hostname' => SOLR_SERVER_HOSTNAME,
    
'login'    => SOLR_SERVER_USERNAME,
    
'password' => SOLR_SERVER_PASSWORD,
    
'port'     => SOLR_SERVER_PORT,
);

$client = new SolrClient($options);

$doc = new SolrInputDocument();

$doc->addField('id'334455);
$doc->addField('cat''Software');
$doc->addField('cat''Lucene');

$updateResponse $client->addDocument($doc);

print_r($updateResponse->getResponse());

?>

Das oben gezeigte Beispiel erzeugt eine ähnliche Ausgabe wie:

SolrObject Object
(
    [responseHeader] => SolrObject Object
        (
            [status] => 0
            [QTime] => 446
        )

)

Beispiel #3 Zusammenführen eines Dokuments in ein anderes Dokument

<?php

include "bootstrap.php";

$doc = new SolrDocument();

$second_doc = new SolrDocument();

$doc->addField('id'1123);

$doc->features "PHP Client Side";
$doc->features "Fast development cycles";

$doc['cat'] = 'Software';
$doc['cat'] = 'Custom Search';
$doc->cat   'Information Technology';

$second_doc->addField('cat''Lucene Search');

$second_doc->merge($doctrue);

print_r($second_doc->toArray());


?>

Das oben gezeigte Beispiel erzeugt eine ähnliche Ausgabe wie:

Array
(
    [document_boost] => 0
    [field_count] => 3
    [fields] => Array
        (
            [0] => SolrDocumentField Object
                (
                    [name] => cat
                    [boost] => 0
                    [values] => Array
                        (
                            [0] => Software
                            [1] => Custom Search
                            [2] => Information Technology
                        )

                )

            [1] => SolrDocumentField Object
                (
                    [name] => id
                    [boost] => 0
                    [values] => Array
                        (
                            [0] => 1123
                        )

                )

            [2] => SolrDocumentField Object
                (
                    [name] => features
                    [boost] => 0
                    [values] => Array
                        (
                            [0] => PHP Client Side
                            [1] => Fast development cycles
                        )

                )

        )

)

Beispiel #4 Suche nach Dokumenten - SolrObject-Antworten

<?php

include "bootstrap.php";

$options = array
(
    
'hostname' => SOLR_SERVER_HOSTNAME,
    
'login'    => SOLR_SERVER_USERNAME,
    
'password' => SOLR_SERVER_PASSWORD,
    
'port'     => SOLR_SERVER_PORT,
);

$client = new SolrClient($options);

$query = new SolrQuery();

$query->setQuery('lucene');

$query->setStart(0);

$query->setRows(50);

$query->addField('cat')->addField('features')->addField('id')->addField('timestamp');

$query_response $client->query($query);

$response $query_response->getResponse();

print_r($response);

?>

Das oben gezeigte Beispiel erzeugt eine ähnliche Ausgabe wie:

SolrObject Object
(
    [responseHeader] => SolrObject Object
        (
            [status] => 0
            [QTime] => 1
            [params] => SolrObject Object
                (
                    [wt] => xml
                    [rows] => 50
                    [start] => 0
                    [indent] => on
                    [q] => lucene
                    [fl] => cat,features,id,timestamp
                    [version] => 2.2
                )

        )

    [response] => SolrObject Object
        (
            [numFound] => 3
            [start] => 0
            [docs] => Array
                (
                    [0] => SolrObject Object
                        (
                            [cat] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => Software
                                    [1] => Lucene
                                )

                            [id] => 334456
                        )

                    [1] => SolrObject Object
                        (
                            [cat] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => Software
                                    [1] => Lucene
                                )

                            [id] => 334455
                        )

                    [2] => SolrObject Object
                        (
                            [cat] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => software
                                    [1] => search
                                )

                            [features] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => Advanced Full-Text Search Capabilities using Lucene
                                    [1] => Optimized for High Volume Web Traffic
                                    [2] => Standards Based Open Interfaces - XML and HTTP
                                    [3] => Comprehensive HTML Administration Interfaces
                                    [4] => Scalability - Efficient Replication to other Solr Search Servers
                                    [5] => Flexible and Adaptable with XML configuration and Schema
                                    [6] => Good unicode support: héllo (hello with an accent over the e)
                                )

                            [id] => SOLR1000
                            [timestamp] => 2009-09-04T20:38:55.906
                        )

                )

        )

)

Beispiel #5 Suche nach Dokumenten - SolrDocument-Antworten

<?php

include "bootstrap.php";

$options = array
(
    
'hostname' => SOLR_SERVER_HOSTNAME,
    
'login'    => SOLR_SERVER_USERNAME,
    
'password' => SOLR_SERVER_PASSWORD,
    
'port'     => SOLR_SERVER_PORT,
);

$client = new SolrClient($options);

$query = new SolrQuery();

$query->setQuery('lucene');

$query->setStart(0);

$query->setRows(50);

$query->addField('cat')->addField('features')->addField('id')->addField('timestamp');

$query_response $client->query($query);

$query_response->setParseMode(SolrQueryResponse::PARSE_SOLR_DOC);

$response $query_response->getResponse();

print_r($response);

?>

Das oben gezeigte Beispiel erzeugt eine ähnliche Ausgabe wie:

SolrObject Object
(
    [responseHeader] => SolrObject Object
        (
            [status] => 0
            [QTime] => 1
            [params] => SolrObject Object
                (
                    [wt] => xml
                    [rows] => 50
                    [start] => 0
                    [indent] => on
                    [q] => lucene
                    [fl] => cat,features,id,timestamp
                    [version] => 2.2
                )

        )

    [response] => SolrObject Object
        (
            [numFound] => 3
            [start] => 0
            [docs] => Array
                (
                    [0] => SolrDocument Object
                        (
                            [_hashtable_index:SolrDocument:private] => 19740
                        )

                    [1] => SolrDocument Object
                        (
                            [_hashtable_index:SolrDocument:private] => 25485
                        )

                    [2] => SolrDocument Object
                        (
                            [_hashtable_index:SolrDocument:private] => 25052
                        )

                )

        )

)

Beispiel #6 Einfaches TermsComponent-Beispiel - grundlegend

<?php

include "bootstrap.php";

$options = array
(
    
'hostname' => SOLR_SERVER_HOSTNAME,
    
'login'    => SOLR_SERVER_USERNAME,
    
'password' => SOLR_SERVER_PASSWORD,
    
'port'     => SOLR_SERVER_PORT,
);

$client = new SolrClient($options);

$query = new SolrQuery();

$query->setTerms(true);

$query->setTermsField('cat');

$updateResponse $client->query($query);

print_r($updateResponse->getResponse());

?>

Das oben gezeigte Beispiel erzeugt eine ähnliche Ausgabe wie:

SolrObject Object
(
    [responseHeader] => SolrObject Object
        (
            [status] => 0
            [QTime] => 2
        )

    [terms] => SolrObject Object
        (
            [cat] => SolrObject Object
                (
                    [electronics] => 14
                    [Lucene] => 4
                    [Software] => 4
                    [memory] => 3
                    [card] => 2
                    [connector] => 2
                    [drive] => 2
                    [graphics] => 2
                    [hard] => 2
                    [monitor] => 2
                )

        )

)

Beispiel #7 Einfaches TermsComponent-Beispiel - Verwendung eines Präfixes

<?php

include "bootstrap.php";

$options = array
(
    
'hostname' => SOLR_SERVER_HOSTNAME,
    
'login'    => SOLR_SERVER_USERNAME,
    
'password' => SOLR_SERVER_PASSWORD,
    
'port'     => SOLR_SERVER_PORT,
);

$client = new SolrClient($options);

$query = new SolrQuery();

$query->setTerms(true);

/* Gibt nur Begriffe zurück, die mit $prefix beginnen */
$prefix 'c';

$query->setTermsField('cat')->setTermsPrefix($prefix);

$updateResponse $client->query($query);

print_r($updateResponse->getResponse());

?>

Das oben gezeigte Beispiel erzeugt eine ähnliche Ausgabe wie:

SolrObject Object
(
    [responseHeader] => SolrObject Object
        (
            [status] => 0
            [QTime] => 1
        )

    [terms] => SolrObject Object
        (
            [cat] => SolrObject Object
                (
                    [card] => 2
                    [connector] => 2
                    [camera] => 1
                    [copier] => 1
                )

        )

)

Beispiel #8 Einfaches TermsComponent-Beispiel - Festlegen einer Mindesthäufigkeit

<?php

include "bootstrap.php";

$options = array
(
    
'hostname' => SOLR_SERVER_HOSTNAME,
    
'login'    => SOLR_SERVER_USERNAME,
    
'password' => SOLR_SERVER_PASSWORD,
    
'port'     => SOLR_SERVER_PORT,
);

$client = new SolrClient($options);

$query = new SolrQuery();

$query->setTerms(true);

/* Gibt nur Begriffe zurück, die mit $prefix beginnen */
$prefix 'c';

/* Nur Begriffe mit einer Häufigkeit von 2 oder mehr zurückgeben */
$min_frequency 2;

$query->setTermsField('cat')->setTermsPrefix($prefix)->setTermsMinCount($min_frequency);

$updateResponse $client->query($query);

print_r($updateResponse->getResponse());

?>

Das oben gezeigte Beispiel erzeugt eine ähnliche Ausgabe wie:

SolrObject Object
(
    [responseHeader] => SolrObject Object
        (
            [status] => 0
            [QTime] => 0
        )

    [terms] => SolrObject Object
        (
            [cat] => SolrObject Object
                (
                    [card] => 2
                    [connector] => 2
                )

        )

)

Beispiel #9 Einfaches Facet-Beispiel

<?php

include "bootstrap.php";

$options = array
(
    
'hostname' => SOLR_SERVER_HOSTNAME,
    
'login'    => SOLR_SERVER_USERNAME,
    
'password' => SOLR_SERVER_PASSWORD,
    
'port'     => SOLR_SERVER_PORT,
);

$client = new SolrClient($options);

$query = new SolrQuery('*:*');

$query->setFacet(true);

$query->addFacetField('cat')->addFacetField('name')->setFacetMinCount(2);

$updateResponse $client->query($query);

$response_array $updateResponse->getResponse();

$facet_data $response_array->facet_counts->facet_fields;

print_r($facet_data);

?>

Das oben gezeigte Beispiel erzeugt eine ähnliche Ausgabe wie:

SolrObject Object
(
    [cat] => SolrObject Object
        (
            [electronics] => 14
            [memory] => 3
            [Lucene] => 2
            [Software] => 2
            [card] => 2
            [connector] => 2
            [drive] => 2
            [graphics] => 2
            [hard] => 2
            [monitor] => 2
            [search] => 2
            [software] => 2
        )

    [name] => SolrObject Object
        (
            [gb] => 6
            [1] => 3
            [184] => 3
            [2] => 3
            [3200] => 3
            [400] => 3
            [500] => 3
            [ddr] => 3
            [i] => 3
            [ipod] => 3
            [memori] => 3
            [pc] => 3
            [pin] => 3
            [pod] => 3
            [sdram] => 3
            [system] => 3
            [unbuff] => 3
            [canon] => 2
            [corsair] => 2
            [drive] => 2
            [hard] => 2
            [mb] => 2
            [n] => 2
            [power] => 2
            [retail] => 2
            [video] => 2
            [x] => 2
        )

)

Beispiel #10 Einfaches Facet-Beispiel - mit optionalem Überschreiben des Feldes für mincount

<?php

include "bootstrap.php";

$options = array
(
    
'hostname' => SOLR_SERVER_HOSTNAME,
    
'login'    => SOLR_SERVER_USERNAME,
    
'password' => SOLR_SERVER_PASSWORD,
    
'port'     => SOLR_SERVER_PORT,
);

$client = new SolrClient($options);

$query = new SolrQuery('*:*');

$query->setFacet(true);

$query->addFacetField('cat')->addFacetField('name')->setFacetMinCount(2)->setFacetMinCount(4'name');

$updateResponse $client->query($query);

$response_array $updateResponse->getResponse();

$facet_data $response_array->facet_counts->facet_fields;

print_r($facet_data);

?>

Das oben gezeigte Beispiel erzeugt eine ähnliche Ausgabe wie:

SolrObject Object
(
    [cat] => SolrObject Object
        (
            [electronics] => 14
            [memory] => 3
            [Lucene] => 2
            [Software] => 2
            [card] => 2
            [connector] => 2
            [drive] => 2
            [graphics] => 2
            [hard] => 2
            [monitor] => 2
            [search] => 2
            [software] => 2
        )

    [name] => SolrObject Object
        (
            [gb] => 6
        )

)

Beispiel #11 Facet Date-Beispiel

<?php

include "bootstrap.php";

$options = array
(
        
'hostname' => SOLR_SERVER_HOSTNAME,
        
'login'    => SOLR_SERVER_USERNAME,
        
'password' => SOLR_SERVER_PASSWORD,
        
'port'     => SOLR_SERVER_PORT,
);

$client = new SolrClient($options);

$query = new SolrQuery('*:*');

$query->setFacet(true);

$query->addFacetDateField('manufacturedate_dt');

$query->setFacetDateStart('2006-02-13T00:00:00Z');

$query->setFacetDateEnd('2012-02-13T00:00:00Z');

$query->setFacetDateGap('+1YEAR');

$query->setFacetDateHardEnd(1);

$query->addFacetDateOther('before');

$updateResponse $client->query($query);

$response_array $updateResponse->getResponse();

$facet_data $response_array->facet_counts->facet_dates;

print_r($facet_data);

?>

Das oben gezeigte Beispiel erzeugt eine ähnliche Ausgabe wie:

SolrObject Object
(
    [manufacturedate_dt] => SolrObject Object
        (
            [2006-02-13T00:00:00Z] => 9
            [2007-02-13T00:00:00Z] => 0
            [2008-02-13T00:00:00Z] => 0
            [2009-02-13T00:00:00Z] => 0
            [2010-02-13T00:00:00Z] => 0
            [2011-02-13T00:00:00Z] => 0
            [gap] => +1YEAR
            [start] => 2006-02-13T00:00:00Z
            [end] => 2012-02-13T00:00:00Z
            [before] => 2
        )

)

Beispiel #12 Verbindung zu einem SSL-fähigen Server herstellen

<?php

include "bootstrap.php";

$options = array
(
    
'hostname' => SOLR_SERVER_HOSTNAME,
    
'login'    => SOLR_SERVER_USERNAME,
    
'password' => SOLR_SERVER_PASSWORD,
    
'port'     => SOLR_SERVER_PORT,
    
'timeout'  => SOLR_SERVER_TIMEOUT,
    
'secure'   => SOLR_SECURE,
    
'ssl_cert' => SOLR_SSL_CERT_ONLY,
    
'ssl_key'  => SOLR_SSL_KEY,
    
'ssl_keypassword' => SOLR_SSL_KEYPASSWORD,
    
'ssl_cainfo' => SOLR_SSL_CAINFO,
);

$client = new SolrClient($options);

$query = new SolrQuery('*:*');

$query->setFacet(true);

$query->addFacetField('cat')->addFacetField('name')->setFacetMinCount(2)->setFacetMinCount(4'name');

$updateResponse $client->query($query);

$response_array $updateResponse->getResponse();

$facet_data $response_array->facet_counts->facet_fields;

print_r($facet_data);

?>

Das oben gezeigte Beispiel erzeugt eine ähnliche Ausgabe wie:

SolrObject Object
(
    [cat] => SolrObject Object
        (
            [electronics] => 14
            [memory] => 3
            [Lucene] => 2
            [Software] => 2
            [card] => 2
            [connector] => 2
            [drive] => 2
            [graphics] => 2
            [hard] => 2
            [monitor] => 2
            [search] => 2
            [software] => 2
        )

    [name] => SolrObject Object
        (
            [gb] => 6
        )

)

Beispiel #13 Zusammenfassen eines SolrQuery

<?php
include "bootstrap.php";

$options = array
(
        
'hostname' => SOLR_SERVER_HOSTNAME,
        
'login'    => SOLR_SERVER_USERNAME,
        
'password' => SOLR_SERVER_PASSWORD,
        
'port'     => SOLR_SERVER_PORT,
        
'path'     => SOLR_SERVER_PATH
);

$client = new SolrClient($options);

$query = new SolrQuery('*:*');

$collapseFunction = new SolrCollapseFunction('manu_id_s');

$collapseFunction
->setSize(2)
->
setNullPolicy(SolrCollapseFunction::NULLPOLICY_IGNORE);

$query
->collapse($collapseFunction)
->
setRows(4);

$queryResponse $client->query($query);

$response $queryResponse->getResponse();

print_r($response);
?>

Das oben gezeigte Beispiel erzeugt eine ähnliche Ausgabe wie:

SolrObject Object
(
    [responseHeader] => SolrObject Object
        (
            [status] => 0
            [QTime] => 1
            [params] => SolrObject Object
                (
                    [q] => *:*
                    [indent] => on
                    [fq] => {!collapse field=manu_id_s size=2 nullPolicy=ignore}
                    [rows] => 4
                    [version] => 2.2
                    [wt] => xml
                )

        )

    [response] => SolrObject Object
        (
            [numFound] => 14
            [start] => 0
            [docs] => Array
                (
                    [0] => SolrObject Object
                        (
                            [id] => SP2514N
                            [name] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => Samsung SpinPoint P120 SP2514N - hard drive - 250 GB - ATA-133
                                )

                            [manu] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
                                )

                            [manu_id_s] => samsung
                            [cat] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => electronics
                                    [1] => hard drive
                                )

                            [features] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => 7200RPM, 8MB cache, IDE Ultra ATA-133
                                    [1] => NoiseGuard, SilentSeek technology, Fluid Dynamic Bearing (FDB) motor
                                )

                            [price] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => 92
                                )

                            [popularity] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => 6
                                )

                            [inStock] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => 1
                                )

                            [manufacturedate_dt] => 2006-02-13T15:26:37Z
                            [store] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => 35.0752,-97.032
                                )

                            [_version_] => 1510294336412057600
                        )

                    [1] => SolrObject Object
                        (
                            [id] => 6H500F0
                            [name] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => Maxtor DiamondMax 11 - hard drive - 500 GB - SATA-300
                                )

                            [manu] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => Maxtor Corp.
                                )

                            [manu_id_s] => maxtor
                            [cat] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => electronics
                                    [1] => hard drive
                                )

                            [features] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => SATA 3.0Gb/s, NCQ
                                    [1] => 8.5ms seek
                                    [2] => 16MB cache
                                )

                            [price] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => 350
                                )

                            [popularity] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => 6
                                )

                            [inStock] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => 1
                                )

                            [store] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => 45.17614,-93.87341
                                )

                            [manufacturedate_dt] => 2006-02-13T15:26:37Z
                            [_version_] => 1510294336449806336
                        )

                    [2] => SolrObject Object
                        (
                            [id] => F8V7067-APL-KIT
                            [name] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => Belkin Mobile Power Cord for iPod w/ Dock
                                )

                            [manu] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => Belkin
                                )

                            [manu_id_s] => belkin
                            [cat] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => electronics
                                    [1] => connector
                                )

                            [features] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => car power adapter, white
                                )

                            [weight] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => 4
                                )

                            [price] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => 19.95
                                )

                            [popularity] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => 1
                                )

                            [inStock] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => 
                                )

                            [store] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => 45.18014,-93.87741
                                )

                            [manufacturedate_dt] => 2005-08-01T16:30:25Z
                            [_version_] => 1510294336458194944
                        )

                    [3] => SolrObject Object
                        (
                            [id] => MA147LL/A
                            [name] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => Apple 60 GB iPod with Video Playback Black
                                )

                            [manu] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => Apple Computer Inc.
                                )

                            [manu_id_s] => apple
                            [cat] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => electronics
                                    [1] => music
                                )

                            [features] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => iTunes, Podcasts, Audiobooks
                                    [1] => Stores up to 15,000 songs, 25,000 photos, or 150 hours of video
                                    [2] => 2.5-inch, 320x240 color TFT LCD display with LED backlight
                                    [3] => Up to 20 hours of battery life
                                    [4] => Plays AAC, MP3, WAV, AIFF, Audible, Apple Lossless, H.264 video
                                    [5] => Notes, Calendar, Phone book, Hold button, Date display, Photo wallet, Built-in games, JPEG photo playback, Upgradeable firmware, USB 2.0 compatibility, Playback speed control, Rechargeable capability, Battery level indication
                                )

                            [includes] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => earbud headphones, USB cable
                                )

                            [weight] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => 5.5
                                )

                            [price] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => 399
                                )

                            [popularity] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => 10
                                )

                            [inStock] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => 1
                                )

                            [store] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => 37.7752,-100.0232
                                )

                            [manufacturedate_dt] => 2005-10-12T08:00:00Z
                            [_version_] => 1510294336562003968
                        )

                )

        )

)

Beispiel #14 Solr Real Time Get (RTG)-Beispiel SolrClient::getById()

<?php

include "bootstrap.php";

$options = array
(
    
'hostname' => SOLR_SERVER_HOSTNAME,
    
'login'    => SOLR_SERVER_USERNAME,
    
'password' => SOLR_SERVER_PASSWORD,
    
'port'     => SOLR_SERVER_PORT,
    
'path'     => SOLR_SERVER_PATH
);

$client = new SolrClient($options);
$response $client->getById('GB18030TEST');
print_r($response->getResponse());

?>

Das oben gezeigte Beispiel erzeugt eine ähnliche Ausgabe wie:

SolrObject Object
(
    [doc] => SolrObject Object
        (
            [id] => GB18030TEST
            [name] => Array
                (
                    [0] => Test with some GB18030 encoded characters
                )

            [features] => Array
                (
                    [0] => No accents here
                    [1] => 这是一个功能
                    [2] => This is a feature (translated)
                    [3] => 这份文件是很有光泽
                    [4] => This document is very shiny (translated)
                )

            [price] => Array
                (
                    [0] => 0
                )

            [inStock] => Array
                (
                    [0] => 1
                )

            [_version_] => 1510294336239042560
        )

)
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User Contributed Notes 8 notes

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cliff
10 years ago
As of solr 4.0 the waitFlush parameter is removed.

Source
http://wiki.apache.org/solr/UpdateXmlMessages

$client->commit() throws an error
[SolrClientException]
  Unsuccessful update request. Response Code 400. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
  <response>

  <lst name="responseHeader">
    <int name="status">400</int>
    <int name="QTime">1</int>
  </lst>
  <lst name="error">
    <str name="msg">Unknown commit parameter 'waitFlush'</str>
    <int name="code">400</int>
  </lst>
  </response>
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jschwehn+php.a.t.gmail.com
11 years ago
If you like to access a different RequestHander than '/select' you can change it via http://php.net/manual/en/solrclient.setservlet.php
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jschwehn+php at IGNOrMEgmail dot com
11 years ago
If you are using Solr's multicore feature, you can access the cores via the path parameter in the $options array.
E.g.
<?php
  $options
= array(...., 'path' => 'solr/core0', ...);
?>
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tomanr1 at wp dot pl
8 years ago
In case someone would like to use this solrClient with solr v.4.0 and higher i've prepared my own commit function

class solr {
        public function delete($query ) {
                $this->_client->deleteByQuery($query);
                $this->commit();
        }

        public function commit() {
                $solrConfig= // array with solr host, port, path to collection (/solr/my_collection),
                $solrAddress = $solrConfig['hostname'] . ':' . $solrConfig['port'] . $solrConfig['path'];
                $output = array();
                $response = exec('curl ' . $solrAddress . '/update?commit=true', $output);
                return $output;
        }
}
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tsengmeat at gmail dot com
8 years ago
As of solr 4.0 the waitFlush parameter is removed.
If you're using the solr 4.0 or later version (and you have to),when you do this
<?php $client->commit(); ?>
you will get a solr error like this:
"Unknown commit parameter 'waitFlush'."

If you insist on using this PHP Solr extension and solr 4.0 or later version,you can edit the extension's source (version 1.0.2) php_solr_client.c.
for the SolrClient's optimize method:
at line 1490 :
  zend_bool waitFlush = 1, waitSearcher = 1;
  after edited:
  zend_bool waitSearcher = 1;
at line 1493:
  char *waitFlushValue, *waitSearcherValue;
  after edited:
  zend_bool waitSearcher = 1;
at line 1502:
  if (zend_parse_parameters(ZEND_NUM_ARGS() TSRMLS_CC, "|sbb", &maxSegments, &maxSegmentsLen, &waitFlush, &waitSearcher) == FAILURE) {
  after editd:
  if (zend_parse_parameters(ZEND_NUM_ARGS() TSRMLS_CC, "|sb", &maxSegments, &maxSegmentsLen, &waitSearcher) == FAILURE) {

remove the line 1509 and 1515.

And do the same edit for the SolrClient's commit method at line 1561,1564,1573 and remove the line 1580,1586

The final step, compile the code and install it.
Good luck!
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trickito at yahoo
12 years ago
if your path to solr is something other than: /solr

you should add this to the bootstrap file above:

define('SOLR_SERVER_PATH', 'my-solr-url');

and then a corresponding entry to the options array in your client php code like:

'path'     => SOLR_SERVER_PATH

I couldn't find this is in the documentation and had to peek at the source to figure it out.
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bjorn at bjorn-erik dot biz
11 years ago
If you're testing these examples on a fresh install of solr, you will need to run a commit statement after you add documents to receive results when searching.

For example, add this:
<?php $client->commit(); ?>

to example 3 to be able to get any results when doing a search using example 5.
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khe77o at gmail dot youknowwhat
10 years ago
The documentation in the example section doesn't mention that you need to commit once you've added doc(s).

So in short it would be something like:
$client = new SolrClient(array('hostname' => '127.0.0.1', 'port' => 8080));
$doc = new SolrInputDocument();
$doc->addField('id', 12345);
$doc->addField('name', 'some person');

$result = $client->addDocument($doc);

/* you are not done yet, you need to commit */
$client->commit();

Now if you query you should see your doc =]
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