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Minimalistic interface to Solr.

Project description

This is a very simple Solr interface for Python.

Installation

`bash $ pip install sunny `

Usage

Create your Solr connection (actually a pool of connections) and then pass query parameters using simple dictionaries. The raw Solr result is returned as a Python dictionary.

`python >>> import sunny >>> solr = sunny.Solr('http://localhost:8080/solr') >>> solr.query({'q': 'office', ... 'facet': 'on', ... 'facet.field': ['network', 'runtime']}) {u'responseHeader': {u'status': 0, u'QTime': ... `

Parameters

Solr parameters are passed as dictionaries where every value may be either a string or a list of strings.

wt=json is passed with every request no matter what, because JSON is easy to convert to Python objects.

Example:

`python >>> import sunny >>> solr = sunny.Solr('http://localhost:8080/solr') >>> solr.query({'q': 'office', ... 'facet': 'on', ... 'facet.field': ['network', 'runtime']}) {u'responseHeader': {u'status': 0, u'QTime': ... `

The above is equivalent to this query string: ?wt=json&q=office&facet=on&facet.field=network&facet.field=runtime

If the orderedmultidict package is installed, you may use omdict instances instead of dictionaries.

License

BSD

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