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Oracle® Secure Enterprise Search Administration API Guide
11g Release 1 (11.1.2.0.0)

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suggLink

Suggested links direct users to a designated Web site for particular query keywords. For example, a suggested link might be http://www.oracle.com/technology/documentation/ses.html for 'Oracle Secure Enterprise Search documentation', 'Enterprise Search documentation', and 'Search documentation'.

Object Type

Creatable

Object Key

keyword linkUrl

Object Key Command Syntax

--KEYWORD=keyword --LINK_URL=url

State Properties

None

Supported Operations

create
createAll
delete
deleteAll
deleteList
export
exportAll
exportList
getAllObjectKeys
update
updateAll

Administration GUI Page

Search - Suggested Links

XML Description

The <search:suggLinks> element describes suggested links:

<search:suggLinks>
   <search:suggLink>
      <search:keyword>
      <search:linkUrl>
      <search:linkText>

Element Descriptions 

<search:suggLinks>

Contains one or more <search:suggLink> elements, each describing a suggested link.

<search:suggLink>

Describes a suggested link. It contains one of each of these child elements:

<search:keyword>
<search:linkUrl>
<search:linkText>
<search:keyword>

A word or phrase with optional operators that identifies which search queries display this suggested link. (Required)

Do not enter special characters, such as #, $, =, &). You can include the following operators:

Operation Syntax Example
about ABOUT(term) about(dogs)
and term AND term dog and cat
near term ;term dog ; cat
or term OR term dog or cat
phrase phrase dog sled
stem $term $dog
thesaurus {BT | NT | SYN}(term) SYN(dog)
within term WITHIN term dog within title

<search:linkUrl>

A link to the suggested page, which appears in the result list., such as http://www.example.com. (Required)

<search:linkText>

The linked text that appears in the result list, such as Example Corp. (Required)

Example

This XML document defines a suggested link for a query on the term "oracle":

<search:config productVersion="11.1.2.0.0" xmlns:search="http://xmlns.oracle.com/search">
  <search:suggLinks>
    <search:suggLink>
      <search:keyword>oracle</search:keyword>
      <search:linkUrl>http://www.oracle.com</search:linkUrl>
      <search:linkText>Oracle</search:linkText>
    </search:suggLink>
  </search:suggLinks>
</search:config>