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Single Record Mode
Single record mode creates documents that each represent a single record.
Consider the following records. In single record mode, Media Server creates a separate document for every record. No document contains more than one record.
This mode is suitable when you:
- send data to a database, where each record becomes a row in the database.
- need to index documents that represent discrete records, for example a recognized face or an ANPR result.
- need to use the metadata produced by Media Server in a front end application in real-time. In single record mode, Media Server outputs information about a record as soon as the record has finished. It does not need to hold records so that they can be combined with other related records.