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      Blob Storage

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      Fusion accepts large binary objects (blobs) for upload, and stores them in Solr. Blob uploads are used to install models, lookup lists, JDBC drivers, connectors, and more.

      Blob Types

      A resourceType query parameter can be used to specify the a blob type. For example, specify plugin:connector when uploading a connector, like this:

      curl -H 'content-type:application/zip' -X PUT 'fusion-host:{api-port}/api/blobs/myplugin?resourceType=plugin:connector' --data-binary @myplugin.zip

      The complete list of valid values for resourceType is below:

      Type Description

      banana

      A Banana dashboard

      catalog

      driver:jdbc

      file

      Any uploaded file, such as from the Quickstart or the Index Workbench.

      model:ml-model

      A machine learning model (Fusion AI only)

      model:open-nlp

      An OpenNLP model (Fusion AI only)

      other

      A blob of unknown type

      If no resourceType is specified on upload, "other" is assigned by default.

      plugin:connector

      The Blob manager

      In addition to the Blob Store API, the Fusion UI provides an interface to the blob store in the Fusion workspace at System > Blobs:

      Blobs

      • Click Add to upload a new blob:

        Add a blob

        In Fusion 4.1, it is not possible to upload a blob of type file:js-index or file:js-query using the Fusion UI. Instead, use the Blob Store API. These blob types become visible in the blob manager after upload.
      • Select an uploaded blob to view, replace, or delete it:

        Modify a blob