Thanks for your response. I have tried with SolrParams and it works for me.

Any feedback on question 1 & 2.


On 7/17/17, 12:38 PM, "Amrit Sarkar" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

    Regarding 3;
    You can do something like:
    CloudSolrClient client = new CloudSolrClient("localhost:9983");
    SolrParams params = new ModifiableSolrParams().add("q","*:*")
    QueryResponse response = client.query(params);
    Setting key and value via SolrParams is available.
    Amrit Sarkar
    Search Engineer
    Lucidworks, Inc.
    On Mon, Jul 17, 2017 at 8:48 PM, Ponnuswamy, Poornima (GE Healthcare) <
    [EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
    > Hello,
    > We have Solr version 6.4.2  and we have been using Solr Subfaceting –
    > Terms Facet as per the document
    > confluence/display/solr/Faceted+Search in our project.
    > In our project which is going to go in production soon, we use it for
    > getting the facet/subfacet counts, sort etc. We make a direct rest call to
    > solr and the counts matches perfectly. I have few questions and
    > clarification on this approach and appreciate your response on this.
    >   1.  In confluence -
    > Faceted+Search it page says its experimental and may change
    > significantly. Is it safe for us to use the Terms faceting or will it
    > change in future releases?. When will this be official?.
    >   2.  As Term faceting has few advantages over Pivot facet as per
    > we went on with it. Is it safe to use it
    > or do we use Pivot faceting instead?
    >   3.  Currently we make a rest call to Solr API to get results. Now we are
    > planning to move to Solr Cloud and use Solrj library to integrate with
    > Solr. I don’t see any support for Terms faceting (json.facet) in Solrj
    > library. Am I overlooking it or will it be supported in future releases?
    > Appreciate your response.
    > Thanks,
    > Poornima
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