Join Chander Dhall for an in-depth discussion in this video Query the index, part of Azure Search for Developers.
- [Instructor] So back to Visual Studio.…Just taking a look at what we just did.…First we queried the service client and then line number 27,…that happens to be a typo.…You might want to make sure that this is Indexes.…And then we created that index…and it's that index that exists.…We'll delete it for the next call.…For now, we can comment this code.…
Then we have the index definition…and now we created this particular index…and we imported all those documents.…We won't really need any of this code.…All this code can be commented or even…introduced into a different method…that could be called whenever needed,…but this is mostly set up code.…Next what we need to do is query this index…that we just created.…For that to work, we're going to say search indexclient…and I'm going to call it queryClient equals new…SearchIndexClient and then say searchServiceName…and then give it the name of the index.…
Most of the time, it's going to come from app settings.…For now, we're going to hardcode this…and then say new search credentials and our credentials…
- 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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