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ManifoldCF in Action! This blog is about ManifoldCF in Action, which is the relatively new publication from Manning Publishing written by me. The book is meant to introduce Apache ManifoldCF to its natural community, and give people a roadmap for how they may interact with and extend it. First, what is ManifoldCF, and why would anyone want to use it? ManifoldCF is an open-source Apache effort to provide incremental crawling services for a wide variety of repositories and target search indexes.
ManifoldCF can also be readily extended by the addition of new connectors, making it possible for system integrators to add their own extensions to the platform. The ability to efficiently support native security is a major differentiator for this software, and is often essential for those clients who have invested heavily in proprietary content management systems. Next, the book describes how to write connectors of all kinds - those that connect to repositories, authorities, and different output systems.
Finally, a detailed architectural overview is presented. Enjoy, and I hope to have more content soon!
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