Join Chander Dhall for an in-depth discussion in this video Querying and linguistics, part of Azure Search for Developers.
- [Instructor] Here's an example of the Query Parameters.…Now if you're using C# or node.js or even Java…you may not actually ever see what the API looks like…but it's a good idea to understand so that a lot of times…when you are debugging, you know what you should expect.…So in this case, you can see we have a query on indexes…and index name, in this case, it could be accounts…and then we have slash docs and then we have…query parameters and you can see…there's a lot of these query parameters right here.…
The first one is search, and then it could be any string…that you're trying to search on, then you have searchMode…which could be any or all…and then you can have searchFields.…You want to search on these particular fields.…You can say comma separater values…of those particular fields.…And then we'll talk about skip, top and count…when it comes to pagination and then you can also…specify select.…That means you only want to select last name…and first name even though it's a big account index,…you don't want any other property or you may just want…
- 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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