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After successful integration of apache solr module in drupal 7 and displaying the result Ii found that it is using the view files (search-results.tpl.php & search-result.tpl.php) from the core search module to display the result.

How can I use my custom files similar to (search-results.tpl.php & search-result.tpl.php) inside the apache solr module folder to display the result?

Since I am new to drupal and just started can somebody guide me to implement it.

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  • Do you want to build a view for apachesolr? – Mathankumar Sep 20 '12 at 9:22
  • @ Mathankumar yes i want to build new view for apache solr – oldrock Sep 21 '12 at 12:33
  • Then you can use apachesolr views module – Mathankumar Sep 21 '12 at 13:33
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Copy the search-results.tpl.php & search-result.tpl.php into your theme folder. Drupal will then use these files instead of the core. If you want to pass extra variables to the search-result you can use hook_preprocess_search_result

function mymodule_preprocess_search_result(&$variables){
    $variables['myvariable'] = 'this is a variable pass to the search-result.tpl.php';
}

and then access your variables from within search-result.tpl.php like

print ('My variable: '.$myvariable);
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This is a duplicate of the question https://stackoverflow.com/questions/12496764/how-to-build-my-own-view-for-apache-solr-module so the answer is the same as well. Let me quote:

The .tpl.php files are theme template files, and you can override them by using identically named files in your own theme. Some deeper reading at Drupal docs.

Or you could use the search features provided by Google, as I did, and find an already existing answer on a related site.

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