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It has taken me years to realize this, but the order in which transformer types are listed in a Solr DataImportHandler (DIH) entity takes precedence over the order in which transformations are written within the entity. It’s just counterintuitive to expect line 2 to act before line 1.

Mixing and matching transformer types can be fraught with peril if you don’t realize this, especially if you expect one transformer to work with the output of another type.

Me, I have pretty much avoided this pitfall in recent times by moving all transformations to a script transformer, but I still have to work with examples like the one above.

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