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Last modified: 2022-03-22
To connect a TYPO3 instance to a SOLR server, the following server data must be known:
First, install the solr extension in the correct version. The SOLR version (see above) of the server is the decisive factor. The TYPO3 SOLR Matrinx under: https://docs.typo3.org/p/apache-solr-for-typo3/solr/main/en-us/Appendix/VersionMatrix.html provides information about which version to use:
Since we are using TYPO3 v10 in our case and the SOLR version is 8.5, it is mandatory to install the solr extension 11.0.x:
If you need further SOLR extensions such as solr_fal (and thus also tika), the corresponding versions can also be found here.
By the way, the configset ext_solr_11_0_0 must be installed on the SOLR server.
In the Sites module, there is now a new tab "solr" for each site:
The required data is entered here.
Under "Host" you also enter the user and password. The syntax is:
If you use the extension tika, the access data are entered under Admin Tools -> Settings -> Extension Configuration -> tika -> Register tab "Solr Server" in the same syntax under "Host"
In the "Languages" tab, the name of the core must be specified for each language:
In the module System -> Reports you can now check whether the connection between the TYPO3 instance and the SOLR server could be established: