Apache Solr - Retrieving Data


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In this chapter, we will discuss how to retrieve data using Java Client API. Suppose we have a .csv document named sample.csv with the following content.

001,9848022337,Hyderabad,Rajiv,Reddy  
002,9848022338,Kolkata,Siddarth,Battacharya 
003,9848022339,Delhi,Rajesh,Khanna

You can index this data under the core named sample_Solr using the post command.

[Hadoop@localhost bin]$ ./post -c Solr_sample sample.csv

Following is the Java program to add documents to Apache Solr index. Save this code in a file with named RetrievingData.java.

import java.io.IOException;  

import org.apache.Solr.client.Solrj.SolrClient; 
import org.apache.Solr.client.Solrj.SolrQuery; 
import org.apache.Solr.client.Solrj.SolrServerException; 
import org.apache.Solr.client.Solrj.impl.HttpSolrClient; 
import org.apache.Solr.client.Solrj.response.QueryResponse; 
import org.apache.Solr.common.SolrDocumentList;  

public class RetrievingData { 
   public static void main(String args[]) throws SolrServerException, IOException  { 
      //Preparing the Solr client 
      String urlString = "http://localhost:8983/Solr/my_core"; 
      SolrClient Solr = new HttpSolrClient.Builder(urlString).build();  
      
      //Preparing Solr query 
      SolrQuery query = new SolrQuery();  
      query.setQuery("*:*");  
   
      //Adding the field to be retrieved 
      query.addField("*");  
   
      //Executing the query 
      QueryResponse queryResponse = Solr.query(query);  
   
      //Storing the results of the query 
      SolrDocumentList docs = queryResponse.getResults();    
      System.out.println(docs); 
      System.out.println(docs.get(0)); 
      System.out.println(docs.get(1)); 
      System.out.println(docs.get(2));   
         
      //Saving the operations 
      Solr.commit();         
   } 
}

Compile the above code by executing the following commands in the terminal −

[Hadoop@localhost bin]$ javac RetrievingData 
[Hadoop@localhost bin]$ java RetrievingData

On executing the above command, you will get the following output.

{numFound = 3,start = 0,docs = [SolrDocument{id=001, phone = [9848022337], 
city = [Hyderabad], first_name = [Rajiv], last_name = [Reddy], 
_version_ = 1547262806014820352}, SolrDocument{id = 002, phone = [9848022338], 
city = [Kolkata], first_name = [Siddarth], last_name = [Battacharya], 

_version_ = 1547262806026354688}, SolrDocument{id = 003, phone = [9848022339], 
city = [Delhi], first_name = [Rajesh], last_name = [Khanna], 

_version_ = 1547262806029500416}]} 

SolrDocument{id = 001, phone = [9848022337], city = [Hyderabad], first_name = [Rajiv], 
last_name = [Reddy], _version_ = 1547262806014820352} 

SolrDocument{id = 002, phone = [9848022338], city = [Kolkata], first_name = [Siddarth], 
last_name = [Battacharya], _version_ = 1547262806026354688} 

SolrDocument{id = 003, phone = [9848022339], city = [Delhi], first_name = [Rajesh], 
last_name = [Khanna], _version_ = 1547262806029500416}


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