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Lucene/Solr on Azure

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This is a video of one of the keynotes during Lucene Revolution 2012.  Gianugo Rabellino from Microsoft talks about on Lucene/Solr on Windows and provides updates on working with Windows Azure.


Herry Johnson replied on Tue, 2012/06/12 - 1:03pm

Normally you let the Servlet container do that. Just put the JSP in your web application and the first time the JSP is requested through the web, the servlet container (server software, like Apache Tomcat or Glassfish) will generate the servlet source and compile it into a .class file automatically.

Peterfreeman Osama replied on Sun, 2014/01/12 - 9:46am

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