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Import Oracle Sales Cloud Data into Apache Solr

Use the CData JDBC Driver for Oracle Sales Cloud in Data Import Handler and create an automated import of Oracle Sales Cloud data to Apache Solr Enterprise Search platform.

The Apache Solr platform is a popular, blazing-fast, open source enterprise search solution built on Apache Lucene.

Apache Solr is equipped with the Data Import Handler (DIH), which can import data from databases and, XML, CSV, and JSON files. When paired with the CData JDBC Driver for Oracle Sales Cloud, you can easily import Oracle Sales Cloud data to Apache Solr. In this article, we show step-by-step how to use CData JDBC Driver in Apache Solr Data Import Handler and import Oracle Sales Cloud data for use in enterprise search.

Create an Apache Solr Core and a Schema for Importing Oracle Sales Cloud

  1. Run Apache Solr and create a Core. > solr create -c CDataCore For this article, Solr is running as a standalone instance in the local environment and you can access the core at this URL: http://localhost:8983/solr/#/CDataCore/core-overview
  2. Create a schema for the Oracle Sales Cloud data to be imported. LastModifiedDate, if it exists in Oracle Sales Cloud, is used for incremental updates. If it does not exist, you cannot do the deltaquery in the later section.
  3. Install CData Oracle Sales Cloud JDBC Driver. Copy the JAR and license file (cdata.oraclesalescloud.jar and cdata.jdbc.oraclesalescloud.lic) to the Solr directory.
    • CData JDBC JAR file: C:\Program Files\CData\CData JDBC Driver for Oracle Sales Cloud 2019\lib
    • Apache Solr: solr-8.5.2\server\lib

Now we are ready to use Oracle Sales Cloud data in Solr.

Define an Import of Oracle Sales Cloud to Apache Solr

In this section, we walk through configuring the Data Import Handler.

  1. Modify the Config file of the created Core. Add the JAR file reference and add the DIH RequestHander definition. solr-data-config.xml
  2. Next, create a solr-data-config.xml at the same level. In this article, we retrieve a table from Oracle Sales Cloud, but you can use a custom SQL query to request data as well. The Driver Class and a sample JDBC Connection string are in the sample code below.
  3. In the query section, set the SQL query that select the data from Oracle Sales Cloud. deltaQuery and deltaImportquery define the ID and the conditions when using incremental updates from the second import of the same entity.
  4. After all settings are done, restart Solr. > solr stop -all > solr start

Run a DataImport of Oracle Sales Cloud Data.

  1. Execute DataImport from the URL below:
    http://localhost:8983/solr/#/CDataCore/dataimport//dataimport
  2. Select the "full-import" Command, choose the table from Entity, and click "Execute."
  3. Check the result of the import from the Query.
  4. Try an incremental update using deltaQuery. Modify some data in the original Oracle Sales Cloud data set. Select the "delta-import" command this time from DataImport window and click "Execute."
  5. Check the result of the incremental update.

Using the CData JDBC Driver for Oracle Sales Cloud you are able to create an automated import of Oracle Sales Cloud data into Apache Solr. Download a free, 30 day trial of any of the 200+ CData JDBC Drivers and get started today.