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Savitha Gudagapur
Senior Software Engineer HCL Compass
9 years of experience in QA and Automation, associated with HCL for 2 years. Passionate about opensource tools such as Jenkins,cucumber, Rest-Assured etc.Various QA methodologies,customer centric and product expertise are my areas of interest.
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Secure DevOps | March 26, 2021
How to Enable Search in HCL Compass
As an end user, searching for information in a web application can be complicated. In Compass product, it would be great if we could search all attributes of records at once. This can be made possible through search configurations. 1. Why Compass Search? Searching various record types using ID is difficult. Search functionality allows the user to search for various Record types based on “Search Scope” for example Customer, Product, Iteration. Project etc. Suppose if user is interested to fetch all defects matching a project name, it will be possible to obtain all records matching the project name. User can also apply filters by combining multiple criteria like different Record Types and different attributes. 2. Advantages of Search functionality Text search is divided into two tasks: indexing and searching. The indexing stage will scan the text of all the records and build a list of search terms often called an index. In the search stage, only the index is referenced, rather than the text of the original records. Full-text search also supports advanced search options with operators using “AND” “OR” “NOT”. It also supports wild cards such as?*. 3. How to configure Full-text search in Compass web in old UI? Configuring and enabling the full-text search feature for HCL Compass Web consists of the following tasks: Configuration Steps: 1. Run the command, with the initSearch and -solrHome options, in a command prompt window: cqperl initSearch -username admin -password "" -dbset TextSearch -userdb SAMPL -searchHome C:\CPSearch\CPSearch.Home -solrHome C:\CPSearch\CPSearch.Solr -solrPort 8984 When this command completes, configuration data corresponding to your schema is placed in the following directory: C:\CPSearch\CPSearch.Home\TextSearch_SAMPL\ Below is the output user should get if there are no errors: 2. Edit the entity file associated with the deployment: C:\CQ.Search\TextSearch_SAMPL\Entity-TextSearch-SAMPL.txt. For each record type, select a display field to appear...
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