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When you configure the Solr module “out of the box,” a number of terms have been made available to you for searching and retrieving items that you have ingested using solution packs. You are asked to configure Solr using the pattern “dc.title ~ Title,” with the first portion corresponding to the way the field has been indicated in schema.xml, and the second portion corresponding to the label that you would prefer to have appear to the user. Below is a quick reference to show you what is available for searching, returning searches, and faceting. Remember that you will usually want to use fields indexed as type “string” for faceting, and fields indexed as type “text” for searching.

Two configuration options are strongly recommended: dsm.text in the search field to search fulltext of items, and PID in the returned fields area so that users can navigate back to an object from the record in the search.

These terms have been stored as type “string” making them appropriate for faceting:

Dublin Core

Field Name

Indicate

Field Name

Indicate

Field Name

Indicate

Type

dc.type_s

Date

dc.date_s

Creator

dc.creator_s

Title

dc.title_s

Source

dc:source_s

Contributor

dc:contributor_s

Subject

dc.subject_s

Description

dc.description_s

 

 

 

MODS

Field Name

Indicate

Field Name

Indicate

Field Name

Indicate

Title

mods.title_s

Country

mods.country_s

Topic

mods.topic_s

Region

mods.region_s

City

mods.city_s

Geographic

mods.geographic_s

City Section

mods.citySection_s

Subject

mods.subject_s

Access Control

mods.accessControl_s

Genre

mods.genre_s

Form

mods.form_s

Statement of Responsibility

mods.sor_s

Contributor

mods.contributor_s

Surveyor

mods.surveyor_s

Date Issued

mods.dateIssued_s

Subtitle

mods.subtitle_s

Extent

mods.extent_s

Place of Publication

mods.placeOfPublication_s

Name Part

mods.namePart_s

Abstract

mods.abstract_s

Date Created

mods.dateCreated_s

Publisher

mods.publisher_s

Note

mods.note_s

Physical Location

mods.physicalLocation_s

Role Term

mods.roleTerm_s

Province

mods.province_s

Identifier

mods.identifier_s

 

These terms have been stored as type “text” making them appropriate for searching:

Dublin Core 

Field Name

Indicate

Field Name

Indicate

Field Name

Indicate

Type

dc.type

Date

dc.date

Creator

dc.creator

Title

dc.title

Source

dc:source

Contributor

dc:contributor

Subject

dc.subject

Description

dc.description

 

 

 

Mods

Field Name

Indicate

Field Name

Indicate

Field Name

Indicate

Title

mods.title

Country

mods.country

Topic

mods.topic

Region

mods.region

City

mods.city

Geographic

mods.geographic

City Section

mods.citySection

Subject

mods.subject

Access Control

mods.accessControl

Genre

mods.genre

Form

mods.form

Statement of Responsibility

mods.sor

Contributor

mods.contributor

Surveyor

mods.surveyor

Date Issued

mods.dateIssued

Subtitle

mods.subtitle

Extent

mods.extent

Place of Publication

mods.placeOfPublication

Name Part

mods.namePart

Abstract

mods.abstract

Date Created

mods.dateCreated

Publisher

mods.publisher

Note

mods.note

Physical Location

mods.physicalLocation

Role Term

mods.roleTerm

Province

mods.province

Identifier

mods.identifier

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3 Comments

  1. back to an object from the record in the search.

    This should read.. "to the object from the search".

  2. Many (if not all) of these fields don't exist on the sandbox. Looks like the sandbox is using https://github.com/discoverygarden/basic-solr-config

     

     

     

     

  3. This information is very welcome, thanks Melissa. I would like to see a clear explanation of the following Solr fields too, perhaps not on this page though. They are used in the "Solr settings" menu of Islandora.

    • RELS_EXT_hasModel_uri_ms
    • fedora_datastreams_ms
    • fgs_label_s