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I am working on a CMS based on umbraco, which requires a site wide search. Search seems to be working fine on the content nodes at the root level . I have created a content subtree for members only. Somehow search does not include any of the node in that subtree.
I have already tried:
1) Umbraco Extension (same results)
2) Creating child nodes to the node at the root (search work fine for it)
3) Restricting public access to the new node (still gets into the search results)
4.0.3 (Assembly version: 1.0.3680.15881)
Following is my umbracoSearchConfig.xml"
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?> <indexConfiguration> <!-- separate multiple items with semicolons --> <indexDataWithAliases>bodyText;feature_page;page_title;one_column;left_column;right_column</indexDataWithAliases> <excludeUmbracoNaviHide>true</excludeUmbracoNaviHide> <excludeNodeTypes>sampleAlias</excludeNodeTypes> <excludeIds>0</excludeIds> <indexFilesWithAliases>umbracoFile</indexFilesWithAliases> <!-- the username (login) for a user who should receieve error messages (mails) when the index doesn't update --> <alertUserAlias>umbraco</alertUserAlias></indexConfiguration>
Any help would be appreciated.
Unfortunately, I am not familiar enough with umbSearch to help you out. But maybe the excellent XSLTsearch package can help you out? It's very well documented and easy to set-up.
We've just achieved RC1 for Examine and Umbraco Examine which is a very simple Lucene.Net indexer - http://examine.codeplex.com/
Thanks for the reply guys, In fact I have now realised the issue is more with "Public Access" rather than the subtree. IN the same sub tree, If add content while public access is not configure, it appears in search and if I put public access and then add content, then content is not visible in the search.
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