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Supplemental objects not returning record properties in version 6.x

Once we upgraded to IAP/MDEX 6.1 from IAP 5.1 record properties are no longer being returned in Supplemental objects from dynamic business rules. Let’s see why? Earlier with IAP 5.1, record properties will show with Supplemental objects, as they are configured to be returned for record-detail queries (“Show with record” setting in property or dimension editor dialog in Developer Studio). Whereas with IAP/MDEX 6.x, record properties […]

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Oracle Commerce Guided Search/Experience Manager Release Notes 11.2

Oracle Commerce Guided Search/Experience Manager 11.2 is released with few of the known issues for different components. Oracle Commerce MDEX Known Issues (21658022) Flexera bug – Silent installation never completes installing to read-only directory (21696117) Non-ASCIIcharactersare displayed incorrectlyin licenseagreement during MDEX installation (21746398) Flexera bug – Some localized installer messages are displayed in English (21746540) Flexera bug – Uninstall does […]

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ERROR: Could not open acquire_lock.status.

While performing few “emgr_update”operations, sometimes we get “Could not open acquire_lock.status.” error. For example performing dimension upgrade or performing set_template and other for Endeca Experience Manager. emgr_update –host localhost: –action set_templates –prefix MyDemo –dir /opt/endeca/apps/MyDemo/config/cartridge_templates -app_name MyDemo In the above example, we miss to add port entry, adding correct port will fix the above issue. C:\Endeca\PlatformServices\11.1.0\bin>emgr_update.bat –host localhost:8888 –app_name <appname> –prefix <appprefix> […]

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Changing DNS and IP not picked up by MDEX/ITL

If there is change in DNS and IP address for MDEX/ITL servers, we update those in configuration flies which will not work unless, we restart Endeca HTTP Service. This is because JAVA caches hostname resolution information and therefore changes will not be picked up/recognized. So, simple resolution is to restart Endeca HTTP Service on ITL box and MDEX box, this will allow JAVA […]

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Oracle Endeca Commerce Record Boost And Burry

Records Boost and Burry feature allow you to show products at the top or bottom depending on the values set for boost and burry. Endeca also allows you to set multiple sorting parameters when querying MDEX engine. For example “N=0&Ns=Price|1||Location(27,72)”. We can use this during Boost and Burry as well. How to add other sort parameter to records Boost and Burry ? Boost […]

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Precedence rules: Standard and leaf

Precedence rules provide a way to delay display of dimensions until they offer a useful refinement of the navigation state. They are defined in terms of a trigger dimension value and a target dimension, where a user’s selection of trigger dimension value reveals previously unavailable target dimension to the user. Standard and leaf precedence rules There are two types of precedence rules, […]

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Why did I get this results?

In this topic we will try to understand how Oracle Endeca Commerce text search/keyword search which is also refers to two types of searches, record search and dimension search. As its name implies, record search is process of searching for data whether it be part data, catalog data, document data etc. using search keywords entered by user. Dimension search, on the other hand, refers to […]

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Oracle Endeca Commerce Relevance Ranking

Relevance ranking refers to ordering search results by criteria that are relative to the search term. This is in contrast to common use of the terms “sorting” and “static sorting”. This is a recursive exercise to analyze and implement appropriate Relevance Ranking for an application for getting desired results. There are different Relevance Ranking module available for ordering search results which are […]

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Oracle Endeca Commerce DidYouMean

“Did you mean?” functionality allows an application to provide site user with explicit alternative suggestions for a keyword search. For example, if a user searches for “lapto” in sample data, user will get few results. The terms “laptop” and “laptops” however, are much more prevalent. When this feature is enabled, MDEX Engine will respond with the few results for “lapto”, but will also suggest that “laptop”or “laptops” may be […]

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