Azure Search Indexer for Complex Data Type

We have been using Azure Search for a number of years and it has been working well. I just became aware of the new complex data types, and am very interested in implementing them. I can find good examples of how to create the index, but my challenge is with how to implement the indexer.

We use indexers to our SQL Server database, with the integrated change detection enabled to update our indexes automatically when we run the indexer. For this to work, the datasource must point to a table.

For our current implementation, we have flattened our data to place several multi-value fields into lists so that they can be brought into the index. It would be awesome if we could avoid having to do this flattening.

Any pointers on how I could accomplish this? My only thought is to have multiple indexers. One for the base information, and others for each complex data type. But that does not seem very elegant.

Thanks!

Catalog Search indexer process unknown error: cluster_block_exception FORBIDDEN/12/index read-only

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how can i solve this issue? this happens sometimes when i try to reindex, i don’t think my index are being reindex correctly even though it returned with success message.

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Rapid Indexer

I have just watched a video on Rapid Indexer and all good. Now this video was done in 2012, so in 2019 can I still use it in the same way? I think what I am really trying to ask is, can I use Rapid Indexer to notify as many sites as possible, or should I just post to a few at a time?

Virus from running rapid indexer tool

When I input the list of websites provided by Scrapebox (from the description) and put my website into Scrapebox to run the indexing, my Avast antivirus scan pops up every now and then to say that I am visiting a website which has virus.

Is this normal?

Think it is because some websites on the list contain malware?

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Magento 2.2.6 Catalog Search indexer process unknown error – Notice: Undefined offset: 53

I’m currently using Magento 2.2.6. I’ve recently encountered the following error while trying to reindex the catalogsearch_fulltext:

Notice: Undefined offset: 53 in vendor/magento/module-catalog-search/Model/Indexer/Fulltext/Action/Full.php on line 384

Does anyone know how to fix this error?

Any help would be much appreciated.

Magento 2 custom indexer (update by schedule) does nothing?

On the admin UI it says that it last updated the last minute (every minute). So it’s updating every minute, but, the execute method is not called and I don’t see my table in the database changing.

Here’s my indexer.xml

<?xml version="1.0"?> <config xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="urn:magento:framework:Indexer/etc/indexer.xsd">   <indexer id="comp_mod_products" view_id="comp_mod_products" class="Comp\Mod\Model\Indexer\QueueRunner">     <title translate="true">Comp Products</title>     <description translate="true">Builds products index</description>   </indexer> </config> 

and here’s my mview.xml

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <config xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="urn:magento:framework:Mview/etc/mview.xsd">   <view id="comp_mod_products" class="Comp\Mod\Model\Indexer\QueueRunner" group="indexer">     <subscriptions>       <table name="comp_indexing_queue" entity_column="entity_id" />     </subscriptions>   </view> </config> 

Finally here’s my QueueRunner.php

<?php  namespace Comp\Mod\Model\Indexer;  class QueueRunner implements \Magento\Framework\Indexer\ActionInterface, \Magento\Framework\Mview\ActionInterface {   public function __construct()   {   }    public function execute($  ids)   {     // do somthing    }    public function executeFull()   {     return $  this->execute(null);   }    public function executeList(array $  ids)   {      return $  this->execute($  ids);   }    public function executeRow($  id)   {     return $  this->execute([$  id]);   } } 

the // do something part is never called except if I call the indexer using the cli.