How to Enable Google in USS? what would be the values for the 2 fields (search key & engine ID) for google in uss?
Basically, this is an account that you could get from Google (for testing purposes) which has some restrictions (like 10 searches per day or something like that). Once the tests are successful, I believe you would request a formal/permanent/paid type of account from Google.
You can get (create) a Custom Search Engine from Google - by accessing: https://cse.google.com/cse/create/new
- create a custom search engine - in the Basics tab -> Details -> Search engine ID button reveals the Search Engine ID value
Note: its of format: 1234213123231232:abcdef1234
Next step is to get a google API key. To get a search API key go to: https://developers.google.com/custom-search/json-api/v1/overview
- get a key, normally you get prompted for a project name followed by enabling a key that you copy/paste. (see what projects/APIs you have: https://console.developers.google.com/apis/dashboard )
Note: APIKey is of format: abcd1234xyz1234def
Hope this helps
Good Afternoon Aamir Khan.
Please check the below link:
How to Configure the Google Data Source - CA Service Management - 14.1 - CA Technologies Documentation
And let me know your findings.
Kind regards, Louis.
I already have this link and I'm confused with step 6
there are 2 fields as mentioned above. what value should I put???
Good Afternoon Aamir Khan. I also found the following for you on this. https://cse.google.com/cse/create/newhttps://developers.google.com/custom-search/json-api/v1/overviewANDhttps://docops.ca.com/ca-service-management/14-1/en/implementing/implement-ca-service-management-14-1-04/post-install-tasks-for-ca-service-management-14-1-04/post-install-steps-for-unified-self-serviceShowing: Prob# DE34796Google Search is not WorkingFor using Google Search API, Search Key and Search Engine ID is required. You can create it using the Google Developer Account.Follow these steps:1 Log into the Google Developer Account.2 Navigate to Settings, Data Sources, Google and obtain the Google Search Key and Search Engine ID.3 Navigate to the following folder and edit the file: <US4SM>\OSOP\portal-ext.properties.4 Search for the following content: aquila.search.useProxyForGoogle5 Add the following content: aquila.search.googleBaseUrlPart=https://www.googleapis.com/customsearch/v1?6 Save and close the file.7 Restart the CA Unified Self Service services.8 Verify that Google search is enabled. Kind regards, Louis.
step 5 content is already in my portal ext file. If you can provide me exact Search Engine ID and Google Search Key would be helpful for me.
Hi La-Qa - did Raghu's post here help you out?
If so, please mark it as correct
When you ask for the 'exact Search Engine ID and Google Search Key', I have to say that I can not give that to you.
Sorry for this.
Perhaps someone else in this community can?
Thanks in advance for your understanding and kind regards, Louis.
Maybe this tech doc ca help?
TEC1634824 - Federate Search - Configuring Google
Nice thinking Brian...
@La-Qa - as Louis and Brian advised, we cannot provide you with the exact key there, but the document that Brian provided can help you find it
Let us know if that works.
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