How To Set-Up A New EPiServer Find index in Less Than 5 Minutes

EpiFind can be a great option if you have aspirations of creating an all singing and dancing search provider in your project. For investigation, demonstration and development purposes anyone can create a free EpiFind index very quickly. In today's post, I'm briefly going to talk you through how you can do this:

Create an EpiFind Account

First, you will need to navigate to episerver_find_index1 Click on the 'Sign up for a developer index' button. episerver_find_index_2 Fill in your log-in credentials, or create a new account and follow the details. episerver_find_index_3 Click 'Create Developer Service' episerver_find_index_4 Add in your 'Index name', the languages that you will want to index and sell your soul by clicking at the T&C's. Note, you will need to verify your account's email address before you are allowed to do this. episerver_find_index_5 After creating your index, you will be presented with everything you need to get started with Find. First, you will get your publish and private Urls. You will also get the web.config configuration code to configure your Episerver project with Find. In my next guide, I'll detail how you can set-up EpiFind in your project.

Jon D Jones

Software Architect, Programmer and Technologist Jon Jones is founder and CEO of London-based tech firm Digital Prompt. He has been working in the field for nearly a decade, specializing in new technologies and technical solution research in the web business. A passionate blogger by heart , speaker & consultant from England.. always on the hunt for the next challenge

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