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1. Installing Solr onto a hosted tomcat server

I have installed and configured tomcat+solr on my personal linux machine and windows as well. I was able to get them working fine. I'm very new to Java and how the ...

2. What are some Servlet Container pros and cons for a Solr installation?

The SolrInstall wiki page lists seven different server / Servlet Containers compatible with Solr:

  • Tomcat
  • Jetty
  • Resin
  • JBoss
  • WebSphere
  • Weblogic
  • Glassfish
I'm sure that "best" is subjective, so I'll just say my criteria are: easiest to set up, best ...

3. How do you deploy Solr and front-end web app configuration within a servlet container

I admit that this is newbie question, but I've searched for hours trying to figure this out. How exactly do you deploy BOTH Solr and your front-end Java web app (jsp/html/velocity/whatever) within ...

4. JVM, JAVA binary and Tomcat..which one provide servlet container?

I suppose JVM or JAVA is neither providing servlet container and I need some JAVA server like Tomecat to provider container to run servlet which my program (solr) needs it. Even ...

5. Creating a new jsp page in eclipse for my solr application

I'm following this tutorial but I can't see my new page when I create one in the src folder. I want to create a new jsp file (base.jsp) ...