Welcome to Querqy.org!¶
Querqy.org is an umbrella for open source tools and libraries that helps you create a powerful e-commerce search platform quickly. The focus is on optimising search relevance from day one, beyond the out-of-the-box capabilities of the Solr and Elasticsearch search engines.
- Documentation (incl. a ‘Getting started’)
- Source code
Make sure you check out Chorus and fire up a Docker Compose for an e-commerce search application that demonstrates Solr, Querqy, SMUI, RRE, Quepid and a Blacklight search UI working together.
5 March 2021: What’s new in Querqy for Solr (and Elasticsearch)? https://opensourceconnections.com/blog/2021/03/01/adding-integration-tests-to-a-solr-plugin-project/
1 March 2021: Query’s integration tests explained: https://opensourceconnections.com/blog/2021/03/01/adding-integration-tests-to-a-solr-plugin-project/
18 February 2021: Querqy 5 for Solr is now available. Migration notes
9 July 2020: Querqy for Elasticsearch v1.2 is now available for Elasticsearch v. 7.8.0
7 July 2020: First of a series of blogposts about Chorus
We talked about Chorus and Querqy.org at MICES 2020: Towards an open source tool stack for e-commerce search.
Blog post: Taming Search using Rules by Lucky Sharma. ASDA/Walmart Labs’ story about how they used Querqy rules when replacing the Endeca search engine with Solr.
8 June 2020: Querqy for Elasticsearch v1.2 released
6 June 2020: Querqy for Solr v4.9 released
25 May 2020: SMUI v3.6 released (Release notes)
Querqy.org - Tools and libraries¶
A query rewriting library for Elasticsearch and Solr. It helps you tune your search results for specific search terms and reduces the overall complexity of query building. It also comes with many dials and knobs for search relevance optimisation. You can plugin in your own query rewriter.
Latest versions: | Release notes
Search Management UI. A web UI to manage rules for query rewriting with Querqy (query-dependent synonyms, filters, boost/demote documents, …) Supports rule management per language, multiple rule deployment targets, per-tenant rules. Currently available for Solr.
Source code: SMUI
Release notes: v3.6