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Blinkingline (talkcontribs)
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AdvancedSearch 0.1.0 (76eea63) 16:40, 25 March 2019 GPL-2.0-or-later Easy access to advanced search capabilities on Special:Search Thiemo Kreuz, Gabriel Birke, Tonina Zhelyazkova, Christoph Jauera, Kai Nissen and Tim Eulitz
CirrusSearch 0.2 (2daa9b8) 09:07, 25 March 2019 GPL-2.0-or-later Elasticsearch-powered search for MediaWiki Nik Everett, Chad Horohoe, Erik Bernhardson and others
Elastica 6.0.2 (eee38b0) 07:37, 10 September 2019 GPL-2.0-or-later Base Elasticsearch functionality for other extensions by providing Elastica library Nik Everett and Chad Horohoe

I'm sure this is something I just haven't configured correctly, but can someone point me to how this should be configured?

I'm trying to search multiple categories with Advanced Search. Using the default setup in CirrusSearch, which appears to be

$wgCirrusSearchCategoryEndpoint = '';

and getting the following message:

$wgCirrusSearchCategoryEndpoint should be set to a valid SPARQL endpoint to use deep category search.


So it makes sense that I'm getting the error, I just don't know what this endpoint should look like.

Any assistance?

Bawolff (talkcontribs)
Blinkingline (talkcontribs)

Right, but I would want this for just within my own wiki.


Bawolff (talkcontribs)
Blinkingline (talkcontribs)

What I don't understand really is why it's using DeepCat at all. What i'm looking for in the instance of THISWORD but not THATWORD in 5 different categories, but none of them are Subcategories....


Seems like a lot of work for something that sounds so simple...I suppose I will look for a workaround, since for such a small wiki, this seems like way more work with not a lot of benefit.


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