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Search Issues

The requirement is to search some documents, pcd objects, team rooms

and some external sites.

We use TREX06 and NW04s SP6

The issues faced are given below

1. Create an index with index service Portal Roles Search and assign a

datasource which contains some documents /pdfs & to pcd folder - This

doesn't search the document. Whereas it searches the iviews and roles.

We need to go for Portal Roles Search index service only as the search

results have to be based on the access levels.

2. Create an index with index service TREX Service - This works for

documents. But this wouldn't check the access levels in the search

results.

3. Create an index with index service TREX Search Service and map the

datasource to /www folder - The search result returns nothing. It says

no results found.

4. If there are 2 indexes, one with TREX Search Service and other with

Portal Roles Search, the search which uses the TREX Search service

throws a WCMException.

Any ideas on these issues?

Regards,

Rukmani

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 20, 2006 at 11:46 AM

    Hi Rukmani,

    It would be better to use TREX 7.0 if you have EP7.0.

    But aneway let me try to answer some of your questions if possible:

    1. If you create an index with service "Portal Roles Search",this index would only search for PCD objects(roles,iviews) but not documents.So datasource for this should be PCD but not any other.

    2. What would you mean by Access level in search results.

    3. posssible reason could be you have not created web Repository properly,so

    No results are found.

    4. What is full description of Exception you are getting.

    Thanks

    Regards

    Rani A

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