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Coveo Index can build similar to the Sitecore indexing, in the control panel, under the indexing section click on Indexing Manager. Here you can see the Coveo indexes list with other Sitecore indexes. Check you Coveo indexes and click on rebuild button. Update: With the latest version of Coveo you will get the indexing manager, which will give you a UI ...


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The alternative is to use Coveo filter expression rules if you have a pro license of Coveo. Coveo provides filter expression based on rule engine, where you can define the rule of child item of your website root or can compare the specific field value such as site field. you need to add expression rule on your Coveo search interface item -


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I don't think there is an option for this out of the box, The Breadcrumb component displays a summary of the currently active query filters and created using Coveo's Search UI framework. In Coveo Search UI, drawBreadcrumb is responsible to create the breadcrumb and clear button. https://coveo.github.io/search-ui/components/breadcrumb.html#drawbreadcrumb If ...


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I believe that you are referring clickable uri value. Coveo uses targethostname or hostname values that are set on the site definition. https://docs.coveo.com/en/2545/coveo-for-sitecore-v5/understanding-how-the-clickableuri-value-is-computed


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You need to review the coveo search config files and make copies of QA index definitions and name them with "DEV_" prefix so you know. Once you define for all databases (master, web, core) you should see these new index definitions in the index manager in sitecore control panel. Select only these indexes (prefix "DEV_") and index them.


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So I did not find an outright "fix", however, I do have a workaround that enables this to work. In addition to the above httpProtocol section I posted in the description in the specific web.config file, I also created my own HttpHandler just for OPTIONS requests that come in. public class CoveoOptionsHandler : IHttpHandler { public bool IsReusable { ...


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You can filter the results based on Site name. The below example Coveo.$('#search').on("buildingQuery", function(e, args) { args.queryBuilder.constantExpression.add("<%= ToCoveoFieldName("site") %> = '<%=Sitecore.Context.Site.Name%>'"); }) .coveoForSitecore('init', CoveoForSitecore.componentsOptions); you can visit the ...


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This issue related to lazy loading, and the way the Coveo JavaScript Search Framework detects what is the path to use to lazy load its components. This issue was fixed in 4.1.414 by adding class="coveo-script" directly on the script that loads the Coveo JavaScript Search Framework. In the Views/Coveo Hive/Resources/Coveo Search Resources.cshtml file, the ...


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