[siren-user] siren Digest, Vol 21, Issue 4
agazzarini at apache.org
Tue Aug 23 17:32:32 IST 2011
Yes I installed siren on jetty (that's the quick way to get it up and
running)...i did that moreless three or four months ago.
At the moment i cannot give you further details because my laptop
crashed and i reinstalled everything (without siren) but i don't
remember any trouble...just followed the INSTALL (or README i'm not
On 8/22/11, Matan Zinger <matanzinger at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the quick response.
> - I tried the following: solr war that comes with SIREn bundle, official
> solr 3.1 war, and official solr 3.3 war - all caused the same weird error.
> That is weird because looking the at directory to which jetty extracted the
> war, solr-cre jar is there, and contains this class.
> - it was on a clean jetty installation.
> Am I missing something?
> Did you ever managed to deploy siren on jetty?
> Thanks, and sorry for this annoying item,
>> Date: Mon, 22 Aug 2011 10:00:16 +0200
>> From: Andrea Gazzarini <a.gazzarini at gmail.com>
>> Subject: Re: [siren-user] Running Solr with SIREn in jetty
>> That's strange, because BaseTokenFilterFactory (the cause of
>> NoClassDefFoundError) is within apache-solr-core-XXX.jar which is under
>> the SOLR war WEB-INF/lib folder (I just downloaded SIREN and checked)
>> Sorry for stupid question, but you are trying to
>> - deploy the SOLR war that comes with Siren downloadable bundle
>> - deploy that artifact in a clean jetty installation (just java
>> -Dsolr.solr.home=blabalbla -jar start.jar)
>> aren't you?
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