Elasticsearch Replaces Solr in HCL Commerce V9.1 – let’s understand the benefit, differences, and why one should upgrade! What exactly is Elasticsearch? Elasticsearch is a search platform that provides dependable and secure search results as well as data visualization and analysis. It is scalable, fast, resilient, and agile, and is written in Java and built
Take advantage of modernization in architecture (cloud-native, containerization, headless approach support, and React-based stores) Complete rewrite of business user tooling Update metadata and canonical URLs to improve SEO on every page Improve site speed, performance, and stability All new Commerce Search based on Elasticsearch Order management improvements Content management tool (Page Builder) Digital asset management
Introduction HCL Commerce 188.8.131.52 was released on March 31, 2022. What do we know about it, though? In this article, we’ll go through the new features and enhancements in this release, as well as how they might help online businesses who use the platform. Take a look back at HCL Commerce Version 9.1’s beginnings. Before
In keeping with HCL’s commitment to current and open standards, HCL Commerce Search uses Apache Lucene as the basis of its Search framework. Lucene powers the Apache Solr search engine and the Elasticsearch search engine. The indexing pipeline is a more open, flexible and scalable and is tightly integrated with the data service. Using the
The argument in favor of using filler text goes something like this: If you use real content in the Consulting Process, anytime you reach a review point you’ll end up reviewing and negotiating the content itself and not the design.