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You're missing name param xml element. Documentation says: The configuration is similar to what is described for Solr, except for this: And then that part of your configuration is added. You need index configuration with the following parameters: string name, string mainalias, string rebuildalias, string activecollection, string rebuildcollection, ...


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Correct. Sitecore and Solr don't have a field type to map a collection or an array of doubles or floats. These are the available multiValued field types automatically matched by Sitecore: <typeMatch typeName="guidCollection" type="System.Collections.Generic.List`1[System.Guid]" fieldNameFormat="{0}_sm" multiValued="true" ...


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What I had to do was visit this URL: https://solr:####/solr/name_of_index_core/update?commit=true&stream.body=<delete><query>*:*</query></delete> Then I had to: Restart the solr service Restart Sitecore Repopulate schema Reindex Though there might be some extra unnecessary steps in there, the amount of documents and indexed ...


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From the screenshot, it seems like your solr is listening on port number 8983, While your sitecore instance is hitting on port number 8984.


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For me, the solution was obvious once I reviewed the Solr error logs. I was quickly able to see that one of my switch-on-rebuild collections was missing. Creating the missing collection solved the problem.


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