The following procedures apply to the new version of the Search Stack only, which replaces the previous Admin UI, Search UI, SEIA server and associated components with a new single application called Enterprise Search UI.
This includes the new Search UI on lasted version of Angular, Search API (SEIA server) and administration functionality.
This version is simplified by having the following Admin components:
We strongly recommend following this approach to install the Enterprise Search UI. This will save you a lot of time.
The following recipes create a virtual machine on GNU/Linux with all of the requisites you need. These machines are intended to be used as development environments. However, with some modifications you can use these instructions for installing on clients' development, uat or prod environments.
If you are not comfortable developing on GNU/Linux, please contribute a recipe on Windows or follow the Manual Installation process.
Vagrant was create by HashiCorp and allow to automate installations using a recipe or set of scripts. The following instructions creates a Centos 7 VirtualBox machine with gnome desktop and the following software already installed: elasticsearch (6.x), mongodb (3.4), Compass Mongo Client, Google Chome, Visual Studio Code and the ESUI source code already placed in the home folder.
To install this solution follow this steps:
vagrant plugin install vagrant-vbguest
Download vagrant ESUI recipe from this git repository: https://source.digital.accenture.com/projects/ST/repos/esui_recipes/browse
Open a console and navigate inside the vagrant folder and run the command:
This process could take about 30 minutes. During the process a VirtualBox windows will be opened, please wait until the console output process finish.
Login into the machine a start configuring ESUI you will find the code in the home folder. (
There is a folder at the root level of the recipe code called
shared, this is useful to shares files between the host and the virtual machine. Will be only available if you start the machines with the vagrant command. Will not be available if you start the machines directly from VirtualBox.
Use the command to stop the machine. From the same console you start it up.
user: vagrant password: vagrant
My client has a Windows setup for the Enterprise Search UI. Will developing on GNU/Linux impact the behavior of the Enterprise Search UI when running on a Windows environment?
No, it will not. The Enterprise Search UI uses multi-platform technologies like node and java. Enterprise Search UI and other components will behave the same in both environments.
What do you mean by the SEIA server?