- Manage Sources
- Review Indexing Logs
- Manage Fields
- Browse Your Content
- Use Indexing Pipeline Extensions
- Troubleshoot Content Access Issues
- Use the Crawling Module
Use the Push API
- Usage Example
- Leading Practices
- Manage Items and Permissions
- Manage Security Identities in a Security Identity Provider
- Update the Status of a Push Source
- Reset a Push Source
- Create a File Container
- orderingId Parameter
- API Processing Delay
- Troubleshoot API Error Codes
- API Reference
The Push API exposes services which allow you to push items and their permission models into a source, and security identities into a security identity provider, rather than letting standard Coveo crawlers pull this content.
There’s no graphical user interface sitting on top of the Push API, so you need to perform your own HTTP calls when you want to use its services.
You may want to consider using the open source Coveo Push API SDK for Python to interact with the Push API.
The following diagram provides a visual overview of the main interactions between custom crawlers, the Push API and a Coveo organization.
The articles in this section explain how to use the Push API.
Interactive generated reference documentation is also available through Swagger UI (see Coveo Platform API - Push API).