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Indexing class data

Updated on August 25, 2021

Control what data in your application is available for the Search and Reporting Service to include only the information that you require. You can index data of specific classes into the service to make them searchable for all users.

The system automatically synchronizes all updates that are related to the data model with the Search and Reporting Service. You can use manual indexing of data in case of data conflicts.
  1. In the header of Dev Studio, click ConfigureSystemSettingsSearch.
  2. Make your application searchable for the Search and Reporting Service:
    1. In the Data Model section, select the Applications check box to publish.
      By publishing applications, you send information about properties and classes to the service, which creates a data structure.
    2. Click Synchronize.
      Result: The update of time stamps in the Last change column indicates a successful publication.
  3. In the Indexing section, select the classes whose data you want to index.
    For more information about classes, see Using full-text search based in Elasticsearch.
  4. In the list of classes, select the check boxes for the data that you want to index.
    For example: To include assignment data in the search index, in the Work- class, select the check box for the Work-UserStory-Epics class.
  5. Click Index data.
  6. Optional: To remove indexed data of a specific class, select the class, and then click Delete data.
Result: The Status column displays information about the progress of data indexing. For more information about statuses, see Checking search index status.

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