Results for tag azure search
  • Using Collection(Edm.String) in Azure Search
    Mike McDermot    —       —    Question

    I would like to be able to use the Azure operator to quickly filter out search documents based on custom tags. That operator requires the corresponding field to both be tagged as filtera...

  • Is it possible to trigger a Search Index update for a single file?
    Kentico Dev    —       —    Question

    Our Kenitco 12 MVC project is using Azure Search.We have widgets on some pages that we include in the search index. We do this via a Custom Search Module.That works in that the widget content is in...

  • How to exclude UNPUBLISHED documents from Azure Search Index
    Ali Azhar    —       —    Question

    We have realized that regardless of whether pages are published or not published, Azure Search will include them within its index. Any way to exclude them, we dont see any option within Kentico's S...

  • Smart search CORS settings
    profound Team    —       —    Question

    When our smart search indexes rebuild on Azure, the CORS options are defaulting to blank, and we're manually having to add '*'. Is there any way to specify default CORS options in Smart search on K...

  • Customizing Azure Search fields
    Eric Dugre    —       —    Knowledge Base Article

    Kentico 11 introduces native Azure Search integration with a variety of customization options. In this article, we’ll learn how to change the data type of our Azure search fields.

  • Digging into the Kentico EMS Azure Search Integration
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    Every version of Kentico is packed full of amazing features and updates. With Kentico 11, one of the biggest advancements was our built-in integration with Azure Search. In this article, I’m giving you a crash course in this new functionality. In the end, you should be able to get your sites up and running quickly on Microsoft’s Search as a Service.

  • Improving Search in Kentico 11 with Azure Search
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    Everyone’s been to a site with truly awful search. You have an idea of what you are looking for, but no clue as to where to start. You click on the Search link and are taken to a box, with little else. Sure, you can get some results there, but we’ve all seen a list with “Page 1 of 1,580” at the bottom. Not very helpful, is it? Before you go throwing your monitor across the room, I’m happy to tell you that Kentico 11 is going to support Faceted Search! Long gone are the days of your users sifting through the abyss in search of their content. With Version 11’s Azure Search integration, you’ll be able to build an intuitive (and USABLE) search experience, no matter the content.

  • Using an Azure Function Webhook with Kentico Cloud
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    Developers want to automate everything. Whether it’s moving code or testing a function, enslaving a machine to do your dirty work is the best way to exert your authority over computers, and to simplify your coding life. With Kentico Cloud’s new webhook support, the platform just got a lot more attractive to the development community. In this article, I’ll show you an example of how to use this new capability to streamline your applications.

  • Using Azure Functions to Integrate Azure Search with Kentico Cloud
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    For the past few years, I’ve presented on Azure Search at several conferences and events. Microsoft’s Software-As-A-Service search solution is a great way to add powerful capabilities to a site with a few lines of code.  Combine that functionality with Azure Functions and a Headless CMS and you get a very powerful search experience for your applications. In this article, I’ll show you how I integrated Azure Search into my Kentico Cloud site, using Azure Functions.

  • Building Applications Using Microservices and Azure – Part 2
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    Developing applications using microservices is a great way to increase functionality, without being solely dependent on a single solution. By using multiple systems and services, you can leverage the best from each platform. In Part 1 of this series, I showed you how I architected my personal site using a microservices. In this next edition, I’ll break down these integrations and show you how to leverage disconnected systems in your applications to achieve some powerful capabilities.