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How to index DAM assets properties

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Hello Support, 

 

We are facing issue of irrelevant search of DAM assets by their properities. Can we do oak index with DAM assets false.

 

Please guide us on this.

 

Thanks

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Hello @bhanuperiwal 

 

requesting details on:

  • What do you mean by irrelevant results?
  • Whats the query?
  • Is it picking up an Index?
  • Is the index tuned to filter on relevant properties.

Aanchal Sikka

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Hi @bhanuperiwal ,

Can you check which index is referred while querying the data?

For any modifications you need to create custom one , do not modify in existing OOTB indexes.

 

Refer https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-cloud-service/content/operations/indexing...

 

Thanks

 

Himanshu Jain

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@bhanuperiwal What do you mean by irrelevant results?

 

AEM automatically indexes certain asset properties, such as metadata and some standard properties. This indexing allows for efficient querying and searching within the AEM authoring environment. 

 

Are you saying that results that your are seeing is not appropriate ?

 

In some cases, especially when dealing with very specific requirements, you might need to implement custom indexing solutions using the AEM Query Engine API or Oak APIs.

https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-cloud-service/content/operations/indexing...

 

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Kautuk Sahni

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Hi all

Thank you for reply.

 

We are facing issues in pages searching, example : we search by name "Naveen" and if this value saved in jcr:created or modified
we do not to show that page. How we can exclude these node properities in which admin username saved. These values should not be consider in the search.

 

We need your valuable suggestion on this situation.

 

Thanks