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Discover Federated Search with DocConnector™ and Discover a Better Way To View Your Content

Federated searchallows a single search to be run simultaneously across multiple content stores. The results from each content store are aggregated and returned to the user.   

The federated search provides centralized coordination of the searchable resources. This involves both coordination of the queries transmitted to the individual content stores and fusion of the search results returned. Mapping the results list into a common form is supported by applying ontologies to search results.  

When federated search is performed against secure content sources, the users' credentials will be passed to each underlying search engine, so that appropriate security is maintained. 

Federated Search Features

REST API Platform

Provides a REST API content platform for integrating multiple content repositoriesallowing users to search their collections of document and review a single list of search results 

Ease of Use

Ability to execute simple folder and subfolder searches of the end points from a single search  

Ability to execute file imports and drag-and-drop functions into end point folders  

Ability to show standard file metadata properties and custom indexes 

Provides end point interfaces for network drives, local and remote drives, FTP/SSH, and email systems 

Allow users to cross=map document indexes across multiple end points 


Robust security architecture and features providing adaptive multilayer security, an identity hub that supports many identity providers using various protocols (like OpenID Connect, SAML, WS-Federation, and more) 

Simple. Secure. Centralized. Our identity and management platform providing greater control, superior security, and ease of use. SSO whether through enterprise federation, social login, or username and password authentication, allows users to log in once and use all applications they have been granted access to 

Configuration of any enterprise connection, including Active Directory, LDAP, ADFS, SAML, and more 

Centralized provisioning and deprovisioning of user accounts. Role-based permissions  

Certifications. Standards-based protocols including OpenID Connect, OAuth 2, and LDAP. Compliance with leading organizations including SOC2GDPR, HIPAA, and others 

Define and Save Search Criteria

Ability to search end points by file metadata (date, author, owner, size, file attributes) and search end points by content metadata 

Ability to save and name search criteria, allow users to reuse saved searches by end point or a search name and retrieve search results 

Ability to select which end points to be included in federated search result  

Allow users to select a list of end points for which they are authorized to be included in federated searches 

Ability to select which folders and subfolders to be included in search 

Allow users to select from a list of folders and subfolders within the end points to which they are authorized, to be included in federated searches 

Allow users to name and save the metadata search criteria, so that it can be used repeatedly 

The list of saved search criteria will be in an indented list underneath a “Federated” item end point in the list of end points 

Searching End Points by Content and Custom Indexes

Ability to search end points by document indexes (eg, Vendor number, Vendor name, Client number) 

Allow users to specify searches of end points by document indexes, if supported by end point 

Ability to save and name criteria for end point searches 

Allow users to name and save the document index search criteria, so that it can be used repeatedly 

The list of saved search criteria will be in an indented list underneath each end point in the list of end points 

Ability to access search results and view documents 

Allow users to reuse saved searches by end point a search name to retrieve a search results list 

Allow users to display search results content by double clicking or executing a file operation for displaying files