SOLR Security with ManifoldCF

submitted 8 months ago, Thursday, Oct 26, 2017, 02:01:25 by JhonKelley in Computers
This article explains how to implement SOLR “document level security” using Manifold Connector Framework (ManifoldCF). 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 and connector-based architecture.
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