By default, these local files are installed under
The CDN removes some load from your site by requesting files located on an external server. Usually, this separation translates into more responsive search interfaces. However, using the CDN exposes you to firewall filtering or other call blocking mechanisms.
MAJOR.MINOR.PATCH format (e.g.,
MAJOR.MINOR version that Coveo for Sitecore targets when using the CDN.
MAJOR.MINOR version is the very latest
MAJOR.MINOR version to this patch.
Therefore, if you’re using the CDN for a given search interface, that search interface automatically uses the latest patch of the
The Coveo Hive CDN base URI is
If you use the CDN, make sure you allowlist URLs that begin with the following pattern:
Switching between the CDN and local files
To switch between CDN or local files for a search page
Open the search page in the Experience Editor.
Set a data source for the Coveo Search Resources rendering. If it already has a data source, you can skip this step.
Find the Coveo Search Resources rendering, which is usually located at the bottom of the page.
Select the Coveo Search Resources rendering to display its floating toolbar.
In the floating toolbar, select Change associated content.
In the Select the Associated Content window, select the parent item for your data source and click create.
In the Insert Item window, click Coveo Search Resources, provide a name for your data source, and then click OK.
With the Coveo Search Resources rendering selected, in the floating toolbar, select the Edit the rendering’s data source option.
In the data source options dialog, select whether you want to use the CDN or local files.
To use the default location fo the resources (i.e.,
/Coveo/Hive), leave the Resources local path field blank.
Otherwise, specify the path to the resources files in the Resources local path field.