Minimum requirements

Installation

Install and upgrade is done via dotnet CLI:

dotnet add package ExamineX.AzureSearch.Umbraco

You will then need to enter a couple configuration settings. Once installed ExamineX will be automatically enabled.

See Licensing for more information about the types of licenses and what the limitations are without a license.

Plugins

You can take advantage of Azure Search features and have all of your PDFs and other Office documents automatically indexed into the Umbraco content indexes (i.e. Internal and External indexes). You will need to have installed and configured the Umbraco.StorageProviders.AzureBlob package and then install the ExamineX.AzureSearch.Umbraco.BlobMedia package:

dotnet add package ExamineX.AzureSearch.Umbraco.BlobMedia

If you are using Umbraco Forms then you will also need:

dotnet add package ExamineX.AzureSearch.Umbraco.Forms

Install and upgrade is done via nuget:

PM> Install-Package ExamineX.AzureSearch.Umbraco

You will then need to enter a couple configuration settings. Once installed ExamineX will be automatically enabled.

See Licensing for more information about the types of licenses and what the limitations are without a license.

Plugins

If you are using the UmbracoFileSystemProviders.Azure then you can take advantage of having your PDFs and other Office documents automatically indexed into the Umbraco content indexes (i.e. Internal and External indexes). With UmbracoFileSystemProviders.Azure configured, you can install this package to enable media document indexing:

PM> Install-Package ExamineX.AzureSearch.Umbraco.BlobMedia

See the Media guide for more details.

If you are using Umbraco Forms then you will also need:

PM> Install-Package ExamineX.AzureSearch.Umbraco.Forms

If you are using UmbracoExamine.PDF then you will also need:

PM> Install-Package ExamineX.AzureSearch.Umbraco.PDF

Upgrades

To upgrade a package using the .NET CLI use the dotnet add command. You can leave out the version parameter to upgrade to the latest, or specify the --version you want to upgrade to. Example:

dotnet add package ExamineX.AzureSearch.Umbraco

To upgrade a package using Nuget use the Update-Package command and specify the version you want to upgrade too. Example:

PM> Update-Package ExamineX.AzureSearch.Umbraco -Version 2.2.0