Each Search project creates an indexing environment on the local machine. Configuration of order and profile search is done using the Dynamo Server Admin. For additional information on search environments, refer to the Managing Search Environments chapter of the ATG Search Administration Guide.

  1. On your Search server, start the remote server by running the /Search/Search10.2/SearchAdmin/bin/startRemoteLauncher script.

  2. Open the Dynamo Server Admin at http://hostname: port/dyn/admin/nucleus/atg/search/routing/LiveIndexingService/

  3. Click the Create a New Live Indexing Environment link. Two buttons appear for creating order and profile search environments.

  4. Click the buttons to create one of the environments and enter the details of your search engine. You can either select the checkbox for your existing machine or enter the address of another machine.

    This diagram is described in the preceding text
  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to create additional indexing environments.

  6. Enter the IndexingOutputConfig path to use.

    This diagram is described in the preceding text
  7. If creating shards, enter the number of days per shard and the number of shards to create. For information on shards, refer to the Purging Older Orderssection. This enables you to add hosts to a logical partition or shard.

    Note: Sharding can be enabled by setting the /atg/commerce/search/
    property to true on the live indexing server.

  8. Click the Environments link to display the current default environments. Two environments, a live indexing environment and a bulk indexing environment, are created for both Profile and Order processes.

    This diagram is described in the preceding text

    Note: If you choose different environment names than the default ATGProfile and ATGOrder, you must edit the /atg/userprofiling/search/
    and /atg/commerce/search/
    components to reflect the search environment names and corresponding logical partition names.

  9. You can select a specific environment to manage from the list.

    For additional information, refer to the Configuring Remote Indexing Engines section in the ATG Search Installation and Configuration Guide.

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