Azure Search

Azure Search is a search-as-a-service solution that allows developers to incorporate a sophisticated search experience into web and mobile applications without having to worry about the complexities of full-text search and without having to deploy, maintain or manage any infrastructure

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    1 comment  ·  Pricing and Quotas  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    While the OCR should not take that long, I think what you are saying is that indexers that require a bit of processing don’t index too many documents in a given time period (1 hour).

    We are looking for mechanisms to improve throughput in our enrichment pipeline at this time. Thanks for the feedback!

    -Luis Cabrera
    Azure Search Product Team

  3. Add malware scanning as part of the ingestion process / connector story

    Scanning content prior to ingestion is not part of the KM pipeline and slows the process down as you have to create separate machines onto which you have to stage and process content. Connectors do not allow for the inclusion of staging and are a risk vector.

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  4. Add tagging to each token such as POS, allowing to filter on them and receive them in results

    In Lucene you can add metadata to each token, which is then returned on search results.

    It would be great to be able to add predefined tags/metadata during indexing that will be later returned on search results. Filtering results based on these tags would also be great.

    Examples of tags can be:
    Part of Speech
    Dates
    Numbers
    Entities (person names, organizations)
    Locations (city, country names)

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  5. Skill: extract and index URLs / URIs

    Many documents include references to websites. Just as you identify people or places, please add URL identification, indexing, sorting, filtering, etc.

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  7. Hit highlight new behavior is not working

    Accrording to doc Hit highlighting behavior updated on 15 July 2020,
    but still I am getting same response as before,
    I have recreate whole service on 16th July.

    Can not get exact match results in hit highlight

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  8. Drill down into queries

    When looking at queries, while I'm interested in full queries such as "purple shoes" and "red blazers", I'd also like to see an index of the individual words that are used in the search terms, plus the ability to drill into the query list ie: which queries contained the word "blazer"? It doesn't have to be in the UI, as long as it's downloadable. (Ideally, it would be downloadable using REST-based queries and/or OData, and be consumable by Excel/Data Explorer in Excel/PowerPivot/Tabular data models in SSAS).

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