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Old 11-24-2012, 02:32 AM
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Default Re: CloudSearch service for X-Cart has been released

Is the module active in Admin area Settings -> Modules?

"After the CloudSearch integration module installation has been completed, the module needs to be enabled in your store"

Here is the help page for CloudSearch feature: http://help.x-cart.com/index.php?title=X-Cart:CloudSearch
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Default Re: CloudSearch service for X-Cart has been released

Yes it is
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Default Re: CloudSearch service for X-Cart has been released

Is it a localhost or a license webserver? CloudSearch is not functioning on localhost.
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it's on server , i will PM you url
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Old 11-24-2012, 02:49 AM
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Default Re: CloudSearch service for X-Cart has been released

Normally if it is online it should function great for 30 days.

You are using a theme from TheXCartStore.

1) Hope you are not using also their Predictive Search, which could create a conflict. Checking your input text box you have the following container:

<div class="search-substring">
<input type="text" name="posted_data[substring]" class="search-box text" value="" id="TXS_PS_search" autocomplete="off"/>
</div>

2) It could be a problem with this template. Personally I will try install by myself, manually this module. In this way I am allowed to place correctly the code inside php/tpl files. Do an uninstall and then install the code manually based on installation files.

I guarantee you that with any of XC themes comes, CloudSearch will function great. It is a template problem.
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Old 11-24-2012, 03:02 AM
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Default Re: CloudSearch service for X-Cart has been released

Just take a look to http://cloudsearch.x-cart.com/demo/home.php

Here is the container for CloudSearch:
PHP Code:
<div class="search">
<
div class="valign-middle">
<
form method="post" action="search.php" name="productsearchform">ev
<input type="hidden" name="simple_search" value="Y"/>
<
input type="hidden" name="mode" value="search"/>
<
input type="hidden" name="posted_data[by_title]" value="Y"/>
<
input type="hidden" name="posted_data[by_descr]" value="Y"/>
<
input type="hidden" name="posted_data[by_sku]" value="Y"/>
<
input type="hidden" name="posted_data[search_in_subcategories]" value="Y"/>
<
input type="hidden" name="posted_data[including]" value="all"/>
<
input type="text" name="posted_data[substring]" class="text" value="Enter keyword..." aria-describedby="ui-tooltip-0" autocomplete="off"/>ev
<input type="image" src="/demo/skin/common_files/images/spacer.gif" class="search-button"/>
<
a href="search.php" class="search" rel="nofollow">Advanced search</a>
</
form>
</
div>
</
div

Make a comparison with yours ...
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Default Re: CloudSearch service for X-Cart has been released

Very impressive.
X-Cart product that simply works out of the box. What a pleasant surprise!

How does CloudSearch calculate number of "products" for the license? If an item comes in 4 sizes and 8 colors (options/variants) is that 32 products, or is it one product with options/variants?

DO disabled products count?
DO hidden but available for sale count?
IS there a countdown clock on the days left in my trial?
IS there a config that will tellme how many products cloudsearch thinks i have?

Thanks for clarifying this...

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Default Re: CloudSearch service for X-Cart has been released

If I add/delete/edit products, how do I tell the server that I need a re-indexing?
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I was hoping Cloudsearch was smart enough to recognize words that are close - such as

lip stick -> lipstick
eye liner -> eyeliner
or vice versa
eyeshadow -> eye shadow

but it's sitting there pretty stupid when a customer types in close matches.

Is there a procedure to establish these exceptions? Google has all of them. So does Altered Cart SmartSearch. Hoping CLoudSearch will allow this -- or am I jumping the gun -- my site hasn't yet been indexed? Or has it? I just enabled cloud search a few minutes ago. Oops, I used two words... will that search?
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Default Re: CloudSearch service for X-Cart has been released

carpeperdiem,

Thank you for your interest.

Disabled and hidden products do not count. Products with multiple options/variants count as one product.

The countdown clock as well as displaying other subscription info is on our development plan.

You can see actual indexable product count via link like http://cloudsearch.x-cart.com/demo/cloud_search_api.php?method=info (it's the link for our CloudSearch demo). It outputs json but it's pretty easy to see number of products in the response.

Re-indexation happens every 8 hours.

As for the search experience for a specific store I think it's better to discuss it via PM or in a HelpDesk ticket. At least I need to know which store we are talking about.

As for the exceptions, for now we rely on the stemming features provided by underlying Lucene library. Adding global/per-client exceptions support is also considered as a feature for the upcoming releases.
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