I've installed the module, but now it throws a warning: "Amasty Elastic is not working because "elasticsearch6" search engine is set in app/etc/env.php file".
If you’re running on Magento Cloud environment, the issue is associated with the specificities of the Magento Cloud instance. Please refer to the Magento support article on ElasticSearch configuration. The value for Amasty Elastic Search is amasty_elastic.
I face some issues with the Elastic Search extension. What should I check?
If the extension doesn't work as expected (e.g. search results are not relevant or do not display at all), we'd recommend checking the module configurations following the instructions below. 1. A compatible version of the Elasticsearch Engine should ...
Is it possible to install Elastic Engine on a separate server?
For the efficient work of the Elastic Search module, installation of the Elastic Engine is required. Elastic Engine is the core component that proves a fast and relevant search process. As a common practice, the engine is installed and configured on ...
How to configure search synonyms in Amasty Elastic Search?
Besides other features like Search Relevance Rules, Stop Words, etc., the Amasty Elastic Search extension supports Search Synonyms. Default Magento synonyms aren't used in Amasty Elastic Search, the module manages synonyms separately. Step 1. To ...
Why should I use your module instead of Magento Elastic Search?
Starting from version 2.4, Magento works with the Elastic Search that greatly impacts the overall performance of the website. Using Elastic Search as a search engine provides faster page loading and more relevant search results. Within the default ...
What's the difference between Advanced Search and Elastic Search?
In our catalog, we offer two search extensions for Magento 2 - Advanced Search and Elastic Search. Both of them are aimed at improvement of the search process but the functionality differs. Elastic Search consists of several components, including the ...