- Business Foundation
- Generating typed business foundation classes
- SQL meta-model
- Extending meta-models
- Exporting and importing meta-models
- Working with SQL Records
- Working with entity objects
- Filtering and sorting
- Business meta-model
- Product variants
- Bundles and packages
- Related entries
- Catalog events
- Commerce rendering templates
- Catalog content provider
- Assets and media
- Metadata Plus
- Order system overview
- Order manipulation
- Order processing
- Calculating orders
- Extending order classes
- Changing default implementation
- Rounding totals for different currencies
- Order notifications
- Order events
- Searching for orders
- Order object model and database diagram [Legacy]
- Order management classes [Legacy]
- Order addresses [Legacy]
- Shopping cart [Legacy]
- Checkout process [Legacy]
- Recurring orders [Legacy]
- Changing order number sequence [Legacy]
- Taxes [Legacy]
- EPiServer.Commerce.Sample guideline [Legacy]
- Scheduled Jobs
- Customizing search
- Configuring facets and filters
- Creating a search provider
- Configuring Solr search provider
- Configuring Episerver Find search provider
- Find integration
- Warehouses and inventories
- Workflows and activities
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Last updated: Nov 03 2015
Indexing catalog content
This topic describes the indexing of catalog content using the Find search provider EPiServer.Find.Commerce with Commerce. In a Commerce solution, Find indexes typed catalog content in the same way it indexes CMS content.
How it works
To index typed catalog content on a site, install the NuGet package EPiServer.Find.Commerce. Catalog content is indexed in the same way that pages are indexed in CMS. Use the indexed items when you make queries against the native Episerver Find API. The FindSearchProvider, which is used by the search provider system, does not get any hits from the items that are indexed using EPiServer.Find.Commerce.
Catalog content is indexed when content is published through the catalog UI, the content repository API, the ICatalogSystem API, or when updating pricing or inventory.
Indexing scheduled job
The scheduled job EPiServer Find Content Indexing indexes catalog content as it does with other site content.
The catalog search attributes IncludeInDefaultSearch, IncludeValuesInSearchResults, SortableInSearchResults, and Tokenize have no effect on content indexed by EPiServer.Find.Commerce. You can only use these attributes when you index data through the search provider system.
To exclude properties from the index, or add extension methods for indexing, use the EPiServer.Find conventions as you do with CMS pages.
Search text field
You can use the [Searchable(false)] attribute to prevent a property from becoming a part of the search text field during indexing. This field adds the values for all properties that are marked as searchable. Public virtual properties with an empty get and set of type string and XHtmlString are automatically marked as searchable.
Search text is used for the free text search: