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Searching from the backoffice as well as from the code (if Umbraco is runnig from Visual Studio) crashes with the following error:
Method not found: 'Void Lucene.Net.Search.Query.ExtractTerms(System.Collections.Generic.ISet`1<Lucene.Net.Index.Term>)'.
System.MissingMethodException: Method not found: 'Void Lucene.Net.Search.Query.ExtractTerms(System.Collections.Generic.ISet`1<Lucene.Net.Index.Term>)'.
at Examine.LuceneEngine.LuceneSearchResults.DoSearch(Query query, IEnumerable`1 sortField, Int32 maxResults)
at Examine.LuceneEngine.Search.LuceneSearchQuery.Search(Int32 maxResults) in C:\projects\examine-qvx04\src\Examine\LuceneEngine\Search\LuceneSearchQuery.cs:line 159
at Examine.LuceneEngine.Search.LuceneBooleanOperation.Execute(Int32 maxResults) in C:\projects\examine-qvx04\src\Examine\LuceneEngine\Search\LuceneBooleanOperation.cs:line 46
Absolutely incomprehensibly the same published (from Visual Studio) on hosting works. Last update of everything.
It was probably my mistake in referring to Lucene. Currently, this does not end at error, but the searching does not work (no results). Correct referencing Examine and Umbraco.Examine helped. However, the index is apparently not created. I found that in version 7, its creation started by default at startup. What probably doesn't work.
Can you explain in more detail what you mean here?
It was probably my mistake in referring to Lucene.
I am wondering if you have tried to configure lucene in some kind of way. Generally this all works out of the box and I have never encountered problems with using it inside visual studio.
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