Index the data in the search areas or in the SystemLink file service to allow you to manually or automatically search for data with Data Navigation.
|Notify Analysis Automation instances about new or changed files*||Notifies an Analysis Automation instance about new or changed data in the data source of a task. This is the default when you select a DataFinder instance in Analysis Automation as the data source for event-driven analysis automation procedures. If you disable this checkbox to reduce data traffic on the server, Analysis Automation can no longer perform the triggered tasks that use this DataFinder instance.|
|Changes in the Search Areas*||Updates the index when files are created or changed.|
|Indexing Schedule*||Creates a data indexing schedule.|
|Continuous Scan*||Checks in the specified interval whether data has been added or deleted.|
|Index Optimization Schedule||Optimizes the index at the specified times.|
|Use Optimized Background Processes||Optimizes the background processes which the DataFinder instance applies to the index. For example, if you have deleted a search area or disabled a DataPlugin, the DataFinder instance only deletes the associated data from the index when computer resources are available.|
|Number of Parallel Indexers||Number of indexers which simultaneously index the data in the search areas. By default, a DataFinder instance uses four parallel indexers. You can use a maximum of eight parallel indexers. Using several parallel indexers can considerably impact the speed of your server.|
|Index Adaptor||Configures the index adaptor. Adaptors connect the DataFinder instance to a database, where they store the index. The connected databases may differ in performance and functionality.|
*not available for instances that index the SystemLink file service, like the FileIndex instance.