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Cognitive search on document sets

I am building a bot which has to search questions from documents, for eg: if I had shared Game Of thrones book(in txt/pdf/doc format) over blob storage to cognitive search.
And I ask the bot "who is father of Arya Stark" so it should answer me "Eddard stark"
If an exact answer is not found it should revert me with all the best match snippets.

When I am trying to do the same with cognitive search it just returns me the full content of documents :(

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Thanks for asking question! You may like to know about Semantic search feature which is in public preview under supplemental terms of use. It's available through the Azure portal, preview REST API, and beta SDKs. These features are billable (see Availability and pricing).

Semantic search is a premium feature and a collection of query-related capabilities that bring semantic relevance and language understanding to search results.

Check this article for introduction to semantic search.

Would recommend below articles link to get started and follow these steps:

• Check regional and service tier requirements.
Enable semantic search on your search service.
• Create or modify queries to return semantic captions and highlights.
• Add a few more query properties to also return semantic answers.

Let us know if further query or issue remains.


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I am getting "Semantic search is not available for this service." for anything I search please help

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Could you please confirm below prerequisites, As Semantic search feature is in public preview under supplemental terms of use and only possible for certain Azure Cognitive Search SKUs in certain locations.

"A Cognitive Search service at a Standard tier (S1, S2, S3), located in one of these regions: Australia East, East US, East US 2, North Central US, South Central US, West US, West US 2, North Europe, UK South, West Europe. If you have an existing S1 or greater service in one of these regions, you can enable semantic search on your service. "

Reference: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/search/semantic-how-to-query-request?tabs=semanticConfiguration%2Cportal#prerequisites

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