Oracle Endeca Commerce application Components

An Oracle Commerce Guided Search application consists of the Tools and Frameworks, MDEX Engine, Platform Services and Content Acquisition Sy... thumbnail 1 summary
An Oracle Commerce Guided Search application consists of the Tools and Frameworks, MDEX Engine, Platform Services and Content Acquisition System(CAS) . 

Tools and Frameworks

The Tools and Frameworks package includes the Assembler, a language-independent server-side framework that makes up the core of an Assembler application. While most Oracle Commerce Guided Search implementations use the Assembler to communicate with the MDEX Engine, an Assembler application can make a query to any other system e.g CMS , DB.


MDEX Engine

The MDEX Engine is the query engine. It consists of two main parts:

  1. Dgidx, the program that indexes the records output either by Forge (a Platform Services component) or the Content Acquisition System.
  2. Dgraph, the main MDEX Engine process that executes queries against indexed data


Platform Services

The Platform Services package includes the Oracle Endeca Application Controller, or EAC, a control system you can use to control, manage, and monitor components in your Guided Search implementation. It also includes the Data Foundry, which is used to ingest data and transform it into Endeca records. 


Content Acquisition System

The Content Acquisition System is a set of components that add, configure, and crawl data sources for use in a Guided Search application and transform the information into Endeca records.For additional information on these components, see the Getting Started Guide or refer to the documentation for a specific component.

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