The Solr Push Endpoint accepts documents and pushes them to Solr using the Fusion index pipelines. You might use this, for example, if you are indexing Solr XML documents from a content management system that natively integrates with Solr, for example using SolrJ.
The Solr Push Endpoint requires you to define a port that is not already in use by another process. You can then send the documents to Fusion at that port.
For a more general purpose method of pushing documents into Fusion, see Importing Data with the REST API.
|In Fusion 3.1 and earlier, the Solr Push Endpoint is called the Push connector.|