Viewed times -1 [UPDATE] With the help of Kentico, I have determined the cause of the problem to be that the site could not be accessed within the web server itself. Once I corrected that, the page crawler could index the content. The Smart Search page crawler indexing for our production site is not working. However, it is working exactly as we expect on our development site.

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The smart search is based on Lucene. Net version 3. NET platform. The smart search uses indexes to store information about the website content. When a user sends a search request, the system searches through the appropriate indexes, which results in significantly better performance compared to linear SQL query search.

To set up the smart search functionality on your website, you need to perform the following steps: Enable smart search indexing in the system. Create search indexes. Assign the indexes to your site and define their exact content. Add smart search web parts onto the pages of your website. To learn more about the web parts, see Adding search functionality to pages and Using search filters.

If you have upgraded an existing instance of Kentico to version 8, see Upgrading to Kentico 8 - Smart search for additional instructions. Documents, forums and other Kentico objects are reflected in the index file as index documents. The data structure of the index documents is suitable for being searched, resulting in significantly higher search performance compared to linear SQL search.

The index documents contain the same fields as the corresponding Kentico objects, based on the search settings of individual object types. Depending on these settings, the Index writer creates representations of objects in the index files. When an object included in the index is created, removed or has one of its fields modified, the system automatically schedules an Indexing task, which updates the corresponding index document. The Index searcher searches through the index file and returns relevant results.

Here you can: Look for information if you encounter problems with new content not being indexed correctly Delete.


Kentico Custom Search Index Tips

Kentico makes it easy to generate search indexes and implement a keyword based search out of the box. In this blog post, I will share some vital tips on creating a custom faceted search index in Kentico. For example, lets pretend we want to create a faceted search for kites. Kites can come in different colors and shapes. I have multiple kites that can be a variety of colors and I would like to be able to allow users to search for kites that are multiple different colors and of a specific shape. How to deal with delimiters and whitespace The first thing you will need to do is get the data.


How to Configure the Content of Search Results in Kentico

If you are familiar with Search Engine Optimization, your first guess is most likely that they originate from the meta page title and description. While that is where Google and Bing get the title and summary text from, Smart Search in Kentico works a little different. Unlike Google and Bing, Smart Search gives you a good bit of control over how it indexes the content on your website. Specifically, there are four pieces of data you control for each result: the title, the summary or content, an image and a date. Each document or page within a Kentico site is of a specific type. These types are naturally called Page Types.

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