Cerulean

Azure Cognitive Search

Cognitive Search Indexers

Indexers

Using Cerulean you can list indexers in a Cognitive Search account.

Using Cerulean you can create a new indexer in a Cognitive Search account.

Using Cerulean you can delete one or more indexers from a Cognitive Search account.

Using Cerulean you can edit properties of an existing indexer.

Using Cerulean you can create new indexer in a search account by copying an indexer's schema from same/different account.

Using Cerulean you can export schema of an indexer in JSON format.

Using Cerulean you can configure run an indexer on demand.

Cerulean enables you to reset an indexer. This operation resets the change tracking state associated with the indexer. This allows you to trigger from-scratch re-indexing.

Using Cerulean you can view the status of an indexer including the status of last few runs of the indexer.

Using Cerulean you can set schedule for an indexer very conveniently by setting schedule interval and start date/time which would enable your indexer to run at predefined intervals automatically.

Using Cerulean you can easily configure (create, update or delete) field mapping for an indexer that essentially creates a mapping between data source fields and index attributes. If AI enrichment capability is enabled, you can easily configure output field mapping between a skillset output and index attributes.

Cerulean also enables you to specify and configure mapping functions. Cerulean supports "Base64 Decode", "Base64 Encode", "extractTokenAtPosition", and "jsonArrayToStringCOllection" mapping functions.

Using Cerulean you can easily configure indexer parameters for an indexer that control the behavior of an indexer like batch size etc.

Using Cerulean you can set parameters like batch size, max failed items, max failed items per batch etc. very conveniently.

Cerulean provides comprehensive coverage of all parameters needed for blob indexing.

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