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The IDOL Server data index contains document content, and field information for analysis and retrieval. Generally, you add data to IDOL Server by configuring one or more connectors to extract the data from a repository and send it to IDOL Server for indexing.
In this case, you set up your indexing pipeline to automatically collect, process, and index your content. For testing and setup, you might need to index content manually, by sending index actions directly to IDOL Server.
During indexing, IDOL Server analyzes the content and processes it according to your configuration.
This section contains the following topics:
The Index Process. The order that IDOL Server performs the different processing steps during indexing.
Memory Usage in IDOL Server. Details of the internal index and storage processes that IDOL Server uses, and how to optimize your usage.
Databases. Use IDOL Server databases to define groupings of documents.
Document Sections. Split documents up into sections to allow queries to return the most relevant sections.
Index Maintenance. Back up and modify your index.
Document Tracking. Track documents through the indexing process.