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- [Instructor] Now, we go back to Program.cs…and then create our index.…First thing we'll do is we'll un-comment this field.…This particular utility, which is BuildForType,…will take the type, which in this case is type Account,…which is a class in C#, and then create the fields we need…for the index definition for index accounts,…which is our index in cazton Azure Search instance.…Next, what we need to do is…create an instance of ISearchIndexClient,…and we're going to call this indexClient.…
We can have two kinds of clients.…One is an indexClient, the other one is a queryClient.…I like to keep a differentiation.…And, then I could use a serviceClient and say,….Indexes.GetClient,…and inside GetClient, all I need is the name of index,…which happens to be account.…Once we have that, we'll write a utility…to import all these documents that we have…in accounts.json file, and import them…to our Azure instance of cazton,…which is our Azure Search instance.…
As you can see, we have data which is here,…and if we were to read this data,…
- Querying and indexing
- Creating a search service
- Using APIs during searching
- Importing JSON data
- Handling synonyms
- Working with suggestors and facets
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