Backup pre-check is already available in the Azure portal. Are you referring to alerts/notification or a programmatic feedback while using Powershell/CLI?
Thanks for the feedback on creating Indexers standalone.
With regards to your other questions about editing existing Indexer properties (schedule, etc) from the portal, this functionality is supported today. Simply go into the Indexer section of the Portal, select an existing indexer and then click the 'Edit' button. This will let you modify the existing indexer schedule as well as many other properties.
Hi, Please use Stack Overflow to ask questions: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/azure-search. When you do, please provide the exact query string you're using, the expected and the actual results. We'd be happy to help.
Thank you for reaching out! Due to multiple threads referring to similar suggestions, we have merged them into one. Votes received on all previously existing ideas regarding archive storage shall not be disregarded and will continue to be used for prioritization.
We are ready to onboard more customers who are interested in participating in the private preview of Complex Types. If you’re interested, please contact us at email@example.com.
Please note that the private preview of Complex Types is only accessible via the REST API. We are working on .NET SDK support for the Public Preview.
Also, if you get an error message when you email azscustquestions, don’t worry — we are receiving your requests and will reply to you individually.
We have received your requests, even though you're getting an error message back. It looks like our public distribution list includes a private list as a member, which is why you're seeing the error. I'll see if we can get it fixed. Please let us know by posting here if you do not receive a reply from us. Thanks!
Can you give an example of the kind of query you'd like to be able to write? Could the search.in function help (documented here: https://docs.microsoft.com/rest/api/searchservice/odata-expression-syntax-for-azure-search)?
We have enabled Encryption at rest for backup vaults. So, all new VMs will be encrypted using SSE. Existing accounts used for backup are going through a background encryption.
This is planned for the coming semesters. We will start with “blobs” as the first workload and expand to other resources.
Sr. Program Manager, Azure Backup.
You can use Azure Data Factory PostgreSQL connector (https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/data-factory/data-factory-onprem-postgresql-connector) as the source and Azure Search connector (https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/data-factory/data-factory-azure-search-connector) as the sink to move data from PostgreSQL to Azure Search.
This item has been marked as Started by mistake. We don’t have a short-term plan to deliver this feature but it is on our roadmap.
The synonyms functionality is now available in the preview api-version '2016-09-19-Preview'. Please see https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/search/search-synonyms for more details.
We are still looking into supportability of custom analyzer during lexical analysis. We will let you know once we have an update.
20 votesAdminThe Azure Team on UserVoice (Admin, Microsoft Azure) supported this idea ·
This is answered in http://stackoverflow.com/questions/37601956/azure-search-and-dashes
This is already supported for JSON blobs - see https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/search-howto-index-json-blobs/
Currently there is support available for backing up System State using just the MARS Agent to recover to the same/similar hardware in case of server or software malfunction.
We wanted to understand the scenarios where a full server recovery cannot be achieved using Azure Site Recovery. Please share your feedback so we can review and plan this accordingly.
Adin - can you tell me why you want to send a BMR, full image backups to Azure ? The restores will always be for full copies and might take a while. Aren't you better off with just a local backup with Windows Server Backup ?
Private preview of this feature is now available.
If you’re interested in participating, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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