I have a document management system where the documents are stored on AWS S3 and document metadata is stored in a NoSQL database. I want to integrate this with the SharePoint search. So that when a user search on Sharepoint that particular user should be able to see the search results from SharePoint documents + documents from the 3rd party system. What are the steps that I need to follow in order to integrate the documents in my application to Sharepoint search?

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You can connect more data sources to Microsoft Search, here's a list of existing connectors:

Microsoft Graph connectors overview for Microsoft Search

If the existing connectors don't fulfil your requirements, you can create your own custom connector:

Microsoft Graph connectors overview

  • Thanks, @Callum for your swift response. So if I can get my data into the Microsoft Graph, then it can be easily integrated with Sharepoint search, right? So that I can show the data from my database (imported to ms graph) in SharePoint search results? Commented Nov 15, 2022 at 6:42
  • In to Microsoft Search, yes. Most of modern SharePoint uses Microsoft Search, so that should cover most use cases. Commented Nov 15, 2022 at 10:07

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