tag: solr

Dealing with the complexity of eZ Platform architecture

Dealing with the complexity of eZ Platform architecture

Ivo Lukač

When we started developing web solutions with eZ Publish in 2004, the architecture was simple. Today, we are on LNMpPf7VHMS as our default architecture with the possibility of adding a few more letters soon.

PHP & eZ Publish Summer Camp Odyssey 2015

PHP & eZ Publish Summer Camp Odyssey 2015

Borna Perak , Maja Nebes , Zvonimir Sušac

When we announced PHP & eZ Publish Summer Camp 2015 in March, we must admit we had only been secretly hoping for such an amazing turnout - the Camp was sold out! Now it’s time for us to share with you the gained experience, shared knowledge, and all the fun we had during and between the workshops.

Search result quality in eZ Publish

How to measure search result quality (in eZ Publish)

Ivo Lukač

Solr is an excellent search engine. We are using it for years through eZ Find (its an eZ Publish extension for searching) and its really powerful and flexible solution. Our use cases are not that complex so we never actually hit into a wall with Solr. But there is one problem when building search solutions in general which we encountered few times and for which Solr has no feature. It happens when the language of the indexed content is some language that we as integrators don't understand.  

eZ Tags 2.0 beta is released, try it out!

eZ Tags 2.0 beta is released, try it out!

Edi Modrić

Impossible, you say :) After a long year, when we first started development of version 2.0 of eZ Tags, we finally have something to show to the community. We know it shouldn’t have lasted this long, but what can you do... Sometimes a paying job just gets in a way :)

Using Tomcat with eZ Find

Using Tomcat with eZ Find

Ivo Lukač

Few years back when eZ Find (on github) showed up we soon started to deploy it on almost every site we were implementing. The hearth of eZ Find is Solr - a Lucene based java search engine with REST interface. Bundled wit eZ Find comes Jetty for running the whole java stack with one command to keep the usage as simple as possible. We switched to Apache Tomcat instead. Learn why.

eZ Conference 2010 in Berlin - Summary

eZ Conference 2010 in Berlin - Summary

Ivo Lukač

Some of us at Netgen attended eZ Conference a few weeks ago in Berlin (and had a great time there :-), so we would like to present eZ developers with a small summary on few topics that we think are important.

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