This section contains documentation for developers, explaining the Search API's basic architecture and giving examples of how certain extensions for it can be developed.
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For using the Search API Solr Search module, you first need a Solr server with the appropriate configuration files. For that, you have two options: either installing Solr on your own server, or purchasing a server instance at a Solr hosting provider.
The most important thing to remember, for both variants, is to configure the Solr server with the correct configuration files. These come packaged with the Search API Solr Search module, inside the
solr-conf/ directory. Use the configuration files inside the sub-directory which belongs to the version of Solr you (or your Solr host) are using.
Using a hosted solutionRead more
This section lists modules that add new backends, plugins or other extensions to the Search API, allowing users to add additional functionality to their sites. Creators of new extension modules are welcome to add their projects to this list, too.
This page also acts as the parent for documentation on those extension modules.Read more
This section gathers tips and instructions for achieving specific, more uncommon goals with the Search API and related modules.