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  • Posted on: May 19, 2021

    Over the last couple of years, we have been hard at work upgrading the architecture and backend that power Search & Navigation (formerly known as FIND). The most recent development efforts have been on stabilizing the backend we refer to as “V3”,...

  • Posted on: Oct 13, 2020

    If you are using Find (Search & Navigation) 13.x or later with an index located on a Find on-premise instance you need to do the following to achieve full compatibility.  This is not applicable to any solution where you're using an index hosted by...

  • Posted on: Jun 24, 2020

    Is your Search & Navigation (Find) implementation affected by the limitations of the current synonym functionality and/or would you like to improve upon the overall search experience?  Check out

  • Posted on: Apr 03, 2020

    I recently had a support case which I spent maybe a few hours too many on. The symptom was a find indexing job running for about 5 minutes, web app froze up and restarted causing the indexing job to fail prematurly. After looking into application...

  • Posted on: Mar 02, 2020

    Hi dear customer, partner and colleague. Today marks 365 days since I joined Epi as Product Director for DXP. During my first 11 months at this company the Find product and service was managed by a colleague of mine, but its whereabouts was always...

  • Posted on: Feb 03, 2020

    We at Episerver consider continuous security and data protection a core responsibility. In a dedicated effort to protect the data of our customers and our customers’ customers, we work diligently to monitor and test our products, services and...

  • Posted on: Apr 15, 2019

    There is a couple of new features and breaking changes were defined in Episerver.Personalization.Commerce 3.0 In...

  • Posted on: Jan 25, 2019

    Under certain conditions, the cache duration set with  .StaticallyCacheFor(minutes)  does not last as long as specified. There are three common reasons for this. More on .StatisticallyCacheFor can be found here

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