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    Coldfusion, Solr and Nutch


    Has anyone been able to integrate nutch with the built in version of SOLR in Coldfusion. I cant seem to find any documentation worth reading. Most of the documents I've seen are all written about using the standalone SOLR...Is there a difference between the built in version of Solr and the standalone version of Solr?

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    I've never heard of nutch, but yes, CF is just running "regular" Solr under the hood.
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    Originally Posted by kiteless
    I've never heard of nutch, but yes, CF is just running "regular" Solr under the hood.
    Nutch is good. Check it out: http://nutch.apache.org/

    It's used as a spider for web searches and can integrate in with SOLR.
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