Algolia searches are not being recorded

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  • mcl7
    Participant
    2 years ago #22755

    Within the analytics section of Algolia, there is a report that lists the actual queries that people typed into your search. Not sure why but all searches (actually, it doesn’t look like all of them) are being recorded as “<empty_search” instead of the actual keyword/query.

    wpsolr
    Keymaster
    2 years ago #22758

    Please send here a screenshot of the issue.

    You can also now debug Algolia queries inside WPSOLR on the beta release https://trello.com/c/DSZAgYDL/112-beta-release:

    – Debug Algolia queries in debug.log (Debug option in screen 2.1)
    – Debug Algolia queries in the Query Monitor plugin: https://www.wpsolr.com/guide/configuration-step-by-step-schematic/activate-extensions/query-monitor-add-on/

    mcl7
    Participant
    2 years ago #22763

    Do I need to uninstall and reinstall this or can I just copy this over the current install?

    mcl7
    Participant
    2 years ago #22766
    wpsolr
    Keymaster
    2 years ago #22769

    (Screenshot missing)

    mcl7
    Participant
    2 years ago #22771

    Strange..try now: https://file.io/fL5qiE0PY3bD

    wpsolr
    Keymaster
    2 years ago #22774

    (Screenshot missing)

    mcl7
    Participant
    2 years ago #22775

    here is the file that shows that queries are not being recorded in Algolia:
    https://gofile.io/d/HEWdcO

    wpsolr
    Keymaster
    2 years ago #22777

    Thanks.

    Did you debug Algolia queries as mentioned above?

    mcl7
    Participant
    2 years ago #22781

    I enabled the debug and have been doing some searches but not seeing anything (no errors). What exactly should I be looking for?

    wpsolr
    Keymaster
    2 years ago #22783

    The debug mode displays all queries. You should see the query terms sent to Algolia.
    You should see the same queries in Algolia’s index log, or in Algolia’s analytics.

    mcl7
    Participant
    2 years ago #22788

    Yeah, I see the queries but can’t really say if something is out of the oridinary:

    Here is the beginning of the most recent log:

    client IPADDRESS] WPSOLR Log query =>\nUrl: “/?s=banana&post_type=product”\nIndex: “test_index”\nNb results shown: 30\nTotal nb results: 114\nSpeed: 982 ms \nQuery: [\n {\n “query”: “banana~1”,\n “offset”: 0,\n “length”: 30,\n “maxValuesPerFacet”: 20,\n “attributesToHighlight”: [\n “title:100”,\n “content:100”,\n “comments:100″\n ],\n “highlightPreTag”: “<b>”,\n “highlightPostTag”: “<\\/b>”,\n “attributesToRetrieve”: [\n “id”,\n “PID”,\n “type”,\n “meta_type_s”,\n “title”,\n “numcomments”,\n “comments”,\n “displaydate”,\n

    ..Let me know if you need to know more.

    wpsolr
    Keymaster
    2 years ago #22789

    “query”: “banana~1”

    If you activated “fuzzy search” in screen 2.1, deactivate it.

    mcl7
    Participant
    2 years ago #22821

    I disabled fuzzy search and still all searches are being recorded in Algolia as <empty search>. Anything else I can try?

    wpsolr
    Keymaster
    2 years ago #22827

    WPSOLR creates one main Algolia index, but also “duplicates” for each sort you use with WPSOLR (Algolia needs to create one duplicate for each sort).

    Can you check the stats for the main index created in Algolia?

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