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I would like to Crawl particular Item. To the FAST Search Server. I don't wanted to do Incremental/Full Crawl.

I can write event Handler when new Item and Check for Specific condition. If the Condition is Satisfied, I give that Item to FAST Search Server and Tell them to crawl and Create Index for It.

Is there any way to Programatically INJECT, Selected Item to FAST Search Server.

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I haven't tried it, but you should be able to push a document to index via PowerShell

Docpush -c sp <filename>

Check this page for more details.

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I dont wanted to PASS the document to INDEX.. I need to sent LISTITEM... – user4928 Jan 16 '12 at 21:29

You can use Content API for Microsoft FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint but, depending on how complex the content type is, that may require a significant amount of effort to implement as you'd have to populate all of the necessary crawled properties manually.

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I did tried the ContentAPI but I think the Content API is only used for Process and Index the Documents only. Not for the Content or List Ite, – user4928 Jan 17 '12 at 15:57

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