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Generally, a search engine is a search and navigation system used to find a keyword within various types of content. The search results are usually presented in a list and are commonly called hits. Search engines help to minimize the time required to find information.
Online shops usually include search engines to help customers find products. Intershop 7 and Intershop Commerce Management bundle the Apache Solr search engine by default in order to index and retrieve products and WCM content.
The most public, visible form of a search engine is a web search engine which searches for information on the World Wide Web.
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|Concept - Search Services||2020/02/06 16:46:42||6.7|
|Cookbook - Content Search Configuration||2020/02/04 09:42:04||7.4|
|Cookbook - Product Search Configuration||2020/02/04 09:42:05||7.8|
|Cookbook - Product Search Configuration (valid to 7.7)||2020/02/04 09:42:05||7.4||7.7|
|Cookbook - Search||2020/02/04 09:42:06||7.9|
|Cookbook - Search (valid to 7.8)||2020/02/04 09:42:06||6.7||7.8|
|Guide - Migration Solr4 to Solr Cloud Adapter||2021/01/05 17:41:00||7.10|
|Guide - Search Suggest Index Types||2020/02/04 09:42:07||7.10|
|Guide - SIS Solr Logging||2020/02/04 09:42:08||7.0|
|Guide - Solr Replication||2020/05/06 11:07:45||7.9|
|Public Release Note - Solr4 Search Service Adapter||2020/11/10 11:23:14||7.10||7.10|
|Public Release Note - SolrCloud Search Service Adapter 1||2020/11/10 11:22:32||7.9||7.10|
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