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Install SolrPlugin and Perl Dependencies Problems

During install ClassificationPlugin I need to install the SolrPlugin also. But when I open the "WebHome" window were SolrPlugin is used I get the fault:
Attempt to reload Moose.pm aborted.
Compilation failed in require

I tested the dependencies but it looks good to time. May I overlook something.

Attached the full log-file from Foswiki

-- TomHorst - 07 Jan 2015

It seems to be a dependency issue in the Cpan:Any::Moose. You might want to reinstall that from cpan and ensure that all of it's dependencies are resolved.

-- GeorgeClark - 07 Jan 2015

I'm going a bit beyond your immediate question, but just thought it's worth checking. You do realize that in addition to the foswiki/perl dependencies listed in SolrPlugin, you also need to have the Solr search server set up... which in turn requires a Java servlet container. From personal experience, I can attest that getting this infrastructure in place is waaay more involved then just installing a few perl modules.

It's also worth noting that while SolrPlugin adds some very nice performance/feature enhancements to ClassificationPlugin, it's not actually required. I've used it quite extensively on it's own without Solr.

-- LynnwoodBrown - 09 Jan 2015
 

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Subject Configuration, Using an extension
Extension SolrPlugin
Version Foswiki 1.1.9
Status More info required
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Topic revision: r4 - 10 Jan 2015, LynnwoodBrown - This page was cached on 13 Jul 2018 - 16:49.

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