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Indexing BugsEye after a data change or new data load

Learn best practices for indexing BugsEye after a data change or new data load. SRM expert Sachin Sethi advises a user that all attributes and characteristics for a search must be properly indexed.

Hi Sachin,

I have an issue with a requisite BugsEye. My quick search has suddenly stopped functioning for some views. What...

could be the issue?

In category PPE and workwear, I can see some material with work "chemical". But when we search, it is giving me an error. Do you have any idea how to solve this?

This issue typically arises when indexing has not been scheduled/executed. Requisite BugsEye allows a powerful free-text search -- but the requirement is that all attributes and characteristics that you'd like to include in the search must be properly indexed. Indexing needs to happen after each load of new data into the catalog or when data is changed.

I'm not sure if you're using a Windows based-database or an Oracle-based one. But on each database an indexing routine can be executed and usually scheduled by the catalog/database administrators.

This was last published in August 2005

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