Solr
  1. Solr
  2. SOLR-1837

Reconstruct a Document (stored fields, indexed fields, payloads)

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      One Solr feature I've been sorely in need of is the ability to inspect an index for any particular document. While the analysis page is good when you have specific content and a specific field/type your want to test the analysis process for, once a document is indexed it is not currently possible to easily see what is actually sitting in the index.

      One can use the Lucene Index Browser (Luke), but this has several limitations (gui only, doesn't understand solr schema, doesn't display many non-text fields in human readable format, doesn't show payloads, some bugs lead to missing terms, exposes features dangerous to use in a production Solr environment, slow or difficult to check from a remote location, etc.). The document reconstruction feature of Luke provides the base for what can become a much more powerful tool when coupled with Solr's understanding of a schema, however.

      1. SOLR-1837_WithHandler.patch
        30 kB
        John Wooden
      2. SOLR-1837.patch
        24 kB
        Trey Grainger

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            Trey Grainger
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