- Using the Debug Panel
- Supported Browsers
- Using Two Versions of jQuery in the Same Page
- Identifying the Version
- Enabling Debug Information in the REST Queries
- Using the Relevance Inspector
- Using With the On-Premises Search API
- CORS Errors
- Preventing Queries Without Keywords
- Why Are Result Counts Inaccurate With Folding Enabled?
- Why Are Some Child Items Not Folded?
- Preventing Tab Captions From Being Cut Off
Using the Relevance Inspector
The Relevance Inspector is meant to be used by developers and administrators to understand how their search page behaves to either fine-tune their relevance or troubleshoot issues during development.
Accessing the Relevance Inspector
Access the page where your search component is.
In the URL of that page, add the
debug=trueoption. This is either expressed as
#debug=trueif it is the only option, or
&debug=trueif you have other options.
The url of your search page is
To access the debug mode, you would need to access the
Once you have accessed the debug mode of your search page, you should already see more information about the score of your search result. You should also see a link to the Relevance Inspector at the top of the page.
To access the relevance inspector, click the Relevance Inspector button at the top of the page.
Understanding the Relevance Inspector
The Relevance Inspector is divided into four sections, each providing specific information about your search page.
This section presents your results with their associated score.
It is meant to be used by integrators to know why results are shown in a specific order.
This section presents the available fields and field values available for each result.
It is meant to be used during development, to know what field values are available to be used in your result templates (see Using Result Templates).
This section presents various information about your query.
This includes information about authentication, the pipeline used for your query and its effect on the query, the different ranking modifiers and Machine Learning boosts, and the complete query sent to the index.
This section provides information about all the fields available for your search page. This includes the description of each field as well as the field options.