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Working with Microsoft® FAST™ Search Server 2010 for SharePoint® by Marcus Johansson Mikael Svenson and Robert Piddocke

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Chapter 7. Content Processing

After completing this chapter, you will be able to

  • Connect to a source system and crawl its content.

  • Use SharePoint built-in connectors.

  • Use FAST Search specific connectors.

  • Manipulate and enrich content before it is indexed by using the FS4SP framework for item processing.

  • Understand the indexing pipeline.

  • Configure and use the optional item processing components.

  • Develop, integrate, and use your own External Item Processing component.

Content Processing in Microsoft FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint (FS4SP) can be defined as connecting to a source system, sending the data extracted from the system through the indexing pipeline, and finally, merging the output from the indexing pipeline into the searchable index. This ...

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