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  1. Hi everybody! Apache Solr is an awesome search server that allows you to search through petabytes of data in milliseconds. It is used by many large organizations. It's kind of like MySQL with search in mind. If you would like to get started, download Apache Solr and run the example command, "bin/solr start -e techproducts" Now the example in the UDF should work. I am looking for any advice at all before I post this into the examples area. here is a walkthrough of what is happening in the example Func Example() Local $sHost = '127.0.0.1', $sPort = 8983, $sCon
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