Thank you for your reply.

If I was to say which one, I'd maybe be talking about the concept for Solr.
I understand we should use "ClassicSchemaFactory" when we want to
hand-edit, but why are there two files, schema.xml and managed-schema, in
spite that we can hand-edit managed-schema? If we can modify the schema.xml
through Schema API, I think we won't need the managed-schema, but is there
any reason why that can't be done?
Could you please let me know if there is any information that can clear
things up around those details?

Thanks,
Issei

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