The Fusion UI gives you easy access to all of Fusion Server’s features.
The UI service utilizes the API service, so each UI feature has an API equivalent. For programmatic access to the features you see in the UI, see the API Reference Guide.
The Proxy service runs on port 8764 by default. Access the Fusion UI through the Proxy service. To log in, point your browser to this port on the Fusion host, for example,
Fusion Server prompts you to set the password for the "admin" account and agree to the license terms. All other accounts must be created by an admin.
Fusion Server also prompts you to register to send metrics to Lucidworks. You can click Skip to send no metrics; you can also register later.
Fusion Server opens the Quickstart, to give you a quick demonstration of Fusion’s most basic features. You can click Exit the Quickstart to close it and go to the Fusion launcher.
You can open the Quickstart at any time by navigating to the Fusion launcher and clicking New here? Get started….
The brief tour below shows you how to find your way around the interface. For a more detailed tour, try the Get Started.
The launcher is where you can view all of the apps in your Fusion environment and create new ones.
The Fusion workspace is where you configure how an app ingests, indexes, queries, and analyzes data.
When you log in to Fusion Server, the first page is the Fusion launcher. This is where you create and launch apps:
To return to the Fusion workspace, hover over , and then click Return to launcher.
See details about creating.
You can reach the Fusion workspace by clicking on any app in the launcher. When you enter the Fusion workspace, you find all the tools you need to configure the currently-selected app:
On the left side of the screen are five menus where you can find tools for working with your app:
Indexing (getting data in)
The Index Workbench is the primary tool for getting data into your app through the Fusion UI. It provides an all-in-one view of the components of a datasource. You can also access those components individually through this menu.
Querying (getting data out)
For getting data out, the Query Workbench is the main tool. It shows you a live preview of search results while you configure and fine tune your query pipelines.
See also Getting Data Out.
Manage your data collections and configure their features.
See also Collection Management.
System administration for your apps.
At the top of the Fusion workspace is a Find Objects search field. When you click Find Objects, Object Explorer opens.
In the Filter search box, you can search by name or type for all types of Fusion objects, such as collections, apps, pipelines, and more. Browse objects by clicking them. You can use Object Explorer to view and configure the links between objects. For example, you can use it to share an object between multiple apps.
On the right are menus for system-wide actions:
Click here to access the documentation from the Fusion UI.
New alerts are briefly displayed in the foreground. Open this menu to see past alerts, or to clear the alert history.
Here you can edit your profile, log out, or manage your Fusion license.