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ManifoldCF in Action

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No matter how exciting a search engine might be, it's worthless unless it has data to index. ManifoldCF is an open source framework for pulling content out of a repository and sending it on to targets such as Solr via a plug-in style, connector-based architecture. ManifoldCF includes connectors for numerous commercial and open source data sources, including Documentum, Sha ...more
Paperback, 1st edition, 400 pages
Published October 28th 2012 by Manning Publications (first published 2012)
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Alex Ott
This book describes use of ManifoldCF framework, that allows to integrate different content repositories (Sharepoint, Documentum, etc.) with document processing systems, like indexers, etc.
Book provides good description of system's architecture, together with description of how to extend it to support new input and output connectors.
Read as part of Manning's MEAP final review (i.e. a late draft).
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