Get the schema for a collection or core

schema(conn, name, what = "", raw = FALSE, ...)

Arguments

conn

A solrium connection object, see SolrClient

name

(character) Name of a collection or core. Required.

what

(character) What to retrieve. By default, we retrieve the entire schema. Options include: fields, dynamicfields, fieldtypes, copyfields, name, version, uniquekey, similarity, "solrqueryparser/defaultoperator"

raw

(logical) If TRUE, returns raw data in format specified by wt param

...

curl options passed on to crul::HttpClient

Examples

if (FALSE) { # start Solr, in your CLI, run: `bin/solr start -e cloud -noprompt` # after that, if you haven't run `bin/post -c gettingstarted docs/` yet, do so # connect: by default we connect to localhost, port 8983 (cli <- SolrClient$new()) # get the schema for the gettingstarted index schema(cli, name = "gettingstarted") # Get parts of the schema schema(cli, name = "gettingstarted", "fields") schema(cli, name = "gettingstarted", "dynamicfields") schema(cli, name = "gettingstarted", "fieldtypes") schema(cli, name = "gettingstarted", "copyfields") schema(cli, name = "gettingstarted", "name") schema(cli, name = "gettingstarted", "version") schema(cli, name = "gettingstarted", "uniquekey") schema(cli, name = "gettingstarted", "similarity") schema(cli, name = "gettingstarted", "solrqueryparser/defaultoperator") # get raw data schema(cli, name = "gettingstarted", "similarity", raw = TRUE) schema(cli, name = "gettingstarted", "uniquekey", raw = TRUE) # start Solr in Schemaless mode: bin/solr start -e schemaless # schema(cli, "gettingstarted") # start Solr in Standalone mode: bin/solr start # then add a core: bin/solr create -c helloWorld # schema(cli, "helloWorld") }