KENTICO SMART SEARCH PDF

This content cannot be displayed without JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript and reload the page. This page provides guidance for troubleshooting issues related to the Smart search feature when running Kentico application on Azure. Please note that each section applies either to Web Apps, Cloud Services or both, as specified.

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This content cannot be displayed without JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript and reload the page. The Kentico 12 documentation is no longer maintained after the release of Kentico 12 Service Pack. If you have the service pack applied, use the selector in the header to switch to the Kentico 12 SP documentation.

When creating custom smart search indexes , you do not define the content on the Indexed content tab in the Smart search application. Instead, you must implement all functionality of the index in code. In the administration interface, you only need to specify the names of the assembly and class that contain the custom index logic. Search namespace.

To integrate the class into your application, create a new assembly Class Library project containing the index class and include the assembly in your web project.

If you are utilizing the MVC development model , consider whether you also need to deploy the custom assembly to your MVC application. This is necessary if you want your custom index to perform content updates based on actions that occur on the live site. The following example shows how to create a custom index that searches the content of text files:.

Edit the class and make sure that the following using statements are present at the top of the code:. You must always include the Rebuild method when writing custom indexes. The method fills the index with data, which determines what kind of searches the index provides.

The system calls the method when building the index for the first time and on each subsequent rebuild. You need to write the code of the Rebuild method according to the specific purpose of the index. Use the following general steps for all indexes:. The SearchIndexInfo parameter of the Rebuild method allows you to access the data fields of the corresponding search index object.

The sample code loads the content of the Index data field and uses it to define the path to the searched text files. When writing your own custom indexes, you can use the Index data field as a string parameter for any required purpose. The parameter allows you to modify the behavior of the index directly from the administration interface without having to edit the index code. By default, the only way to update the content of a custom index is to rebuild the whole index i.

You cannot use the Kentico search indexing tasks to update custom indexes. SearchHelper class. Typically, you need to update the index from custom code outside of the index class whenever the indexed content changes. However, in this case you need to ensure that the API is never called concurrently — problems can occur if multiple processes attempt to update the same index at the same time. The index is now fully functional.

To test the index, switch to the Search preview tab and try searching for any words from the text files created in the SearchExample folder. Creating local search indexes. Writing the custom index code The following example shows how to create a custom index that searches the content of text files: Open your Kentico solution in Visual Studio. Create a new Class Library project in the Kentico solution or reuse an existing custom project.

For example, name the project CustomSearch. Select the Browse tab of the Reference manager dialog, click Browse and navigate to the Lib folder of your Kentico project. Add references to the following libraries and any others that you may need in your custom code : CMS.

Add a new class into the custom project. For example, name the class TextFileIndex. Edit the class and make sure that the following using statements are present at the top of the code: using System; using CMS.

Base; using CMS. DataEngine; using CMS. EventLog; using CMS. Helpers; using CMS. IO; using CMS. ToString sisi. This field is processed when the search looks for matching results. The value of this field is used for the search result title. The value of this field is used for the search result excerpt. The value of this field is used for the date in the search results. The value of this field is used for link urls in the search results. The value of this field is used for the images in the search results.

Using data parameters for custom indexes The SearchIndexInfo parameter of the Rebuild method allows you to access the data fields of the corresponding search index object. Updating the content of custom indexes By default, the only way to update the content of a custom index is to rebuild the whole index i. Send us feedback. We use small cookies to improve your browsing experience. You may disable them in your browser at any time.

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This content cannot be displayed without JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript and reload the page. The Kentico 12 documentation is no longer maintained after the release of Kentico 12 Service Pack. If you have the service pack applied, use the selector in the header to switch to the Kentico 12 SP documentation. Important : The information on this page applies to searches made using locally stored indexes. If you are using Azure Search indexes, refer to the Simple query syntax and Lucene query syntax articles to learn about the supported syntax options. Users can submit advanced search expressions using the Lucene query parser syntax.

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This content cannot be displayed without JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript and reload the page. Kentico provides an index-based search solution, which allows users to search through the content of websites and various types of data within the system. To learn more, see the Using Azure Search sub-chapter. To learn more, see the Using locally stored search indexes sub-chapter. You can choose between two different approaches — Azure Search and local indexes.

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This content cannot be displayed without JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript and reload the page. The Kentico 12 documentation is no longer maintained after the release of Kentico 12 Service Pack. If you have the service pack applied, use the selector in the header to switch to the Kentico 12 SP documentation. Each record indicates that an index is assigned to a site.

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