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Search landing page overview


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The search landing page helps you control what data is available for the Search and Reporting Service (SRS). You can decide which classes of specific applications you want to index, to make them available for search. For example, you can index a class that contains data about resolved bugs to make bug resolution data searchable.

When you access the landing page, you can perform the following actions:

  • Add properties or classes that you want to index by adding custom search properties.
  • Publish data model of applications to make them available for searching.

    By publishing applications, you send information about properties and classes to the service, which creates a data structure.

    You can also unpublish the application to hide it from the SRS.

  • Synchronize specific data of applications.

    For example, you can manually synchronize after resolving issues with broken items.

  • Verify the status of data that you index, and analyze potential errors.
  • Index the data of specific classes into the SRS.
  • Manage fuzzy search parameters to enable the service to search for similar words that you enter.

    For example, if you search for tst, the system returns test and tests. The results depend on the fuzzy search parameters that you set.

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