You can use the content categorization spider to make retrieved content available on other sites.

 

To accomplish this, after you’ve run the content categorization spider on the main site, create a folder on the other site that uses the same content source as the main site. Then, run the spider process while on the other site using the same run control ID as the main site. The system creates an index used by both sites that picks up the same content and marks it as located in both sites.

 

To make content from one site available on another site:

1. Run the content categorization spider on the main site. Make a note of the content categorization spider run control ID for use later.

2. On the second site, create a folder in categorized content that specifies the same content source as the main site.

3. Run the content categorization spider on the other site specifying the same run control ID that you used on the main site.

 

In this example, you will navigate to another site in the portal. You will create a folder in categorized content specifying the same content source as the main site. Then, you will run the content categorization spider on this site specifying the same run control ID that you used on the main site.


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