Join Chander Dhall for an in-depth discussion in this video Set up references, part of Azure Search for Developers.
- [Instructor] So first thing we need to do…is go to appSettings inside App.config…and add certain values that we need.…So we can add a few different kinds of keys,…one could be the CaztonSearchName.…And the value, as you know, is cazton.…The next thing we want to do is…we want to get the AdminKey.…
And then we can also use a QueryApiKey.…In order to get that key…we go back to the portal, click to copy,…and do the same thing for the Query key.…Go back to Program.cs.…
The first thing to do would be to take the searchServiceName…and use ConfigurationManager.…In order to make that work…we're going to have to add a reference.…System.Configuration.…
Once we have that we can say Control + .…and now we can go choose AppSettings…and add the names of those settings.…So we have the searchServiceName.…
And then we have…the AdminKey.…And then we have the QueryApiKey.…
That's all we need.…Now it's time to get the NuGet Package.…We're going to look for Azure.Search.…And this is the one we want.…We've got the latest stable version of 3.0.4.…
- 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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