Onboarding Overview

To get started using Live Search for Adobe Commerce, complete the onboarding process to install the extension, configure your API keys, and synchronize your catalog.

Onboarding flow

Live Search onboarding diagram

Requirements

Supported platforms

  • Adobe Commerce on prem (EE) : 2.4.x
  • Adobe Commerce on Cloud (ECE) : 2.4.x

Boundaries and thresholds

At this time, the Live Search search/category API has the following supported limits and static boundaries:

Indexing

  • Indexes up to 300 product attributes per store view.
  • Indexes only products from the Adobe Commerce database.
  • CMS pages are not indexed.

Query

  • Live Search does not have access to the full taxonomy of the category tree, which makes some layered navigation search scenarios beyond its reach.
  • Live Search uses a unique GraphQL endpoint for queries to support features such as intelligent faceting and search-as-you-type. Although similar to the Magento GraphQL API, there are a few differences and some fields may not be fully compatible at this time.

Rules

  • Maximum number of rules per store view is 50.
  • Maximum number of conditions per rule is 10.
  • Maximum number of events per rule is 25.

Synonyms

  • Live Search can manage up to 200 synonyms per store view.

PWA beta release

  • The current beta PWA implementation of Live Search requires more processing time to return search results than Live Search with the native Commerce storefront.
  • The beta release of PWA for Live Search does not support event handling.
  • The following product attributes are not supported by GraphQL when used in relation to the beta release of PWA: description, name, short_description

Not supported at this time

  • The Advanced Search module is disabled when Live Search is installed, and the Advanced Search link in the storefront footer is removed.
  • Custom price groups
  • Multiple inventory locations as used by MCOM or other OMS extensions
  • Product prices do not include value added tax (VAT).

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