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Area: Episerver Personalized Search & Navigation
Applies to versions: 2 and higher

Personalized Search & Navigation 2 breaking changes

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This topic describes the breaking changes for Episerver Personalized Search & Navigation (formerly Personalized Find)  2.0 in relation to the previous major version (1).

Version 2.0 of Personalized Search & Navigation adds support for EPiServer.Personalization 2.0. For more information, see EPiServer.Personalization breaking changes.

Because of breaking changes from EPiServer.Personalization, EpiServer.Find.Personalization does not provide settings related to the Personalization service. All settings are provided by EPiServer.Personalization. For more information, see Using Scopes in a Multisite Installation.

EPiServer.Find.Personalization.Api.RefreshPreferenceCommand changes

The following properties and fields were removed from the RefreshPreferenceCommand:

  • BaseApiUrl
  • ClientToken
  • Site

To access these settings in the new version, look at the RefreshPreferenceCommand's ScopeConfiguration property. This ScopeConfiguration instance contains the properties listed above.

EPiServer.Find.Personalization.Conventions.IPersonalizationClientConventions changes

The following properties and fields were removed from IPersonalizationClientConventions:

  • BaseApiUrl
  • ClientToken
  • Site

If you need to get these properties and fields in any custom implementation using the new version, implement the GetPersonalizationConfiguration property. This property is a function that returns a PersonalizationConfiguration instance that has the GetConfiguration(scope) and GetConfiguration() methods. These methods return a ScopeConfiguration instance that contains the properties listed above. For more information, see Using Scopes in a Multisite Installation.

Configuration changes

For more information, see Personalization.Commerce 2.0 breaking changes.

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Last updated: Jun 17, 2019

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