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Process Isolation Sample 1.0.0 Release Date: 10/09/2009

This sample code demonstrates one method for exporting a single file using Outside In in a separate process. The interprocess communication is handled using sockets. This particular sample uses Search Export - SearchML, but it could easily be modified to run any of the Outside In export technologies by simply changing exporter.c. Two different versions of the sample code are provided, one for the Windows platforms and one for the Unix platforms.

Windows Unix  
Batch Process Export Sample 1.0.0 Release Date: 10/09/2009

Batch Process Export builds upon the Process Isolate sample code; however, it adds the ability to export multiple files, to time the conversion, and to switch between two predefined option sets. Like Process Isolate, Batch Process Ex uses sockets for interprocess communication and exports files into SearchML. Files can be converted a directory at a time using the "-d" option. Timings are run on every conversion whether it is a single file or a complete directory. The two predefined option sets are a basic option set or the "best" option set for indexing customers. Batch Process Ex could easily be adapted to other export technologies by simply changing exporter.c.

Windows Unix  
Batch Process Content Access Sample 1.0.0 Release Date: 10/09/2009

Batch Process Content Access builds upon the Process Isolate sample code; however it adds the ability to convert multiple files, to time the conversion, and to switch between two predefined option sets. Like Process Isolate, Batch Process Content Access uses sockets for interprocess communication; however, it uses Content Access instead of Search Export - SearchML. The output for Batch Process Content Access will be similar to that produced by the CASample sample app. Files can be converted a directory at a time using the "-d" option. Timings are run on every conversion whether it is a single file or a complete directory. The two predefined option sets are a basic option set or the "best" option set for indexing customers.

Windows Unix  
 
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