Managing Query Pipelines
- What Is a Query Pipeline
- Routing Mechanisms and Rules
- Deployment Overview
- Adding Coveo ML Automatic Relevance Tuning Models
- Adding Coveo ML Query Suggestions Models
- Adding Coveo ML Recommendations Models
- Editing a Coveo ML Model Without Service Interruption
- Managing Thesaurus
- Managing Featured Results
- Managing Stop Words
- Managing Ranking Expressions
- Managing Ranking Weights
- Managing Triggers
- Managing Filters
- Managing Query Parameters
- Managing Rules and Rule Conditions
- Coding Query Pipeline Rules
- Leveraging Custom Context Information in Salesforce
- Testing Changes
- Exporting/Importing Between Organizations
Managing Query Pipeline Stop Words
The list of stop words for the index of a Coveo Organization is empty by default, but you can add stop word rules (see Who Can Perform the Page Actions). Stop word rules are defined independently for each pipeline.
Access the “Stop Words” Tab of a Pipeline
If not already done, log in to your Coveo Cloud Organization with an Admin or Relevance Analyst user role account.
In the navigation menu on the left, under Search Optimization, select Query Pipelines.
In the Query Pipelines page, access the query pipeline in which you find the stop words rules you want to manage by clicking a pipeline under the Name column.
In the selected pipeline page, select the Stop Words tab.
Manage the Stop Words of a Query Pipeline
In the Stop Words tab, you can add a new stop word rule (see Access the Stop Words Tab of a Pipeline):
Access the Add a Stop Word Rule dialog, click Add Rule.
In the Add a Stop Word Rule dialog, enter one or more common words to be ignored when they are contained in queries (see Stop Words Leading Practices).
Stop word rule changes are immediately effective on the pipeline.
For developers, you can also directly enter a rule that respects the Query Pipeline Language (QPL) syntax for stop words (see Stop Words):
In the Stop Words tab, click Add Rule with Code.
In the Add a Rule in QPL dialog, in the form editor box, enter a stop word rule.
You can perform other actions on stop word rules (see Managing Query Pipeline Rules and Conditions From Tabs).
You can link a condition to a stop word rule (see Managing Query Pipeline Conditions).
In the search interface(s) for your Coveo Cloud organization, test your stop word rule to ensure that it improves search result relevance (see Testing a Stop Word Relevance). Make adjustments when needed.
Navigate Through Stop Word Rule Pages
In the Stop Words tab, at the bottom-right of the table, click the left and right arrow icons, or a page number to navigate through pages (see Access the Stop Words Tab of a Pipeline).
Set the Number of Stop Word Rules per Page
In the Stop Words tab, at the bottom-left of the page, select 10 or 100 (see Access the Stop Words Tab of a Pipeline).
By default, the table shows 10 rules per page.
Who Can Perform the Page Actions
The required roles are: