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I guess you would need to have your own method in your controller to fire up the indexing tool. From what it looks like, you need a few things to get going: The classname of the tool i.e AssetIndex An array of asset sources or * for them all An indexing session id An array of parameters to send to the tool So I managed to get something working with the ...


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Not natively, but you could easily write a plugin with a controller that exposes the AssetIndexingService.


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Updating Asset indexes is pretty coupled to the tool in the Settings portion of the control panel. But if you wanted to try and duplicate that functionality in a plugin, you could have it listen for the onLogin event to do your business.


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If the Update Asset Indexes fails on a MAMP install, double check to make sure ALL assets source paths are correct and exist on the file system. I had defined a asset source to a folder which I had planned on using but had not yet created on the file system, and this caused the Update Asset Indexes to fail w/o any warning messages, save for a JS error in ...


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