In this chapter, we'll discuss the four major operations of indexing. These operations are useful at various times and are used throughout of a software search application.
Following is a list of commonly-used operations during indexing process.
|S.No.||Operation & Description|
This operation is used in the initial stage of the indexing process to create the indexes on the newly available content.
This operation is used to update indexes to reflect the changes in the updated contents. It is similar to recreating the index.
This operation is used to update indexes to exclude the documents which are not required to be indexed/searched.
Field options specify a way or control the ways in which the contents of a field are to be made searchable.