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In this short tutorial, you will create a Coveo Cloud V2 organization, provision it with a simple web source, and perform a few basic queries.

Step 1 - Log into the Coveo Cloud V2 Platform for the First Time to Register your Identity

Assuming you have never used the Coveo Cloud V2 platform before, you first need to log in (see Logging into the Coveo Cloud V2 Platform).

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Using the access token you got at Step 2, create a Coveo Cloud V2 organization (see Creating a Coveo Cloud V2 Organization).

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  • Authenticate the call using the access token you got at Step 2
  • Assign the following privileges to this API key:

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    {
      "type": "EDIT",
      "targetDomain": "SOURCE",
      "owner": "PLATFORM"
    },
    {
      "type": "VIEW",
      "targetDomain": "SOURCE",
      "owner": "PLATFORM"
    },
    {
      "targetDomain": "EXECUTE_QUERY",
      "owner": "SEARCH_API"
    }
  • Make sure this API key is enabled
  • Specify adequate values for the following parameters:
    • displayName (e.g., First Steps Tutorial
    • description (e.g., Generated on 2017-09-25 for Alice Smith to try creating a source and performing a query.)

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Using the API key you generated at Step 4, create a simple shared Web source to index the content of a single public website (see Creating a Basic Shared Web Source).

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Using the API key you generated at Step 4, try performing a few simple queries and looking at the results (see Performing a Simple Query).

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Now that you have completed this tutorial, delete the Coveo Cloud V2 organization you created at Step 3, unless you want to perform further tests with this organization.

Using the access token you got at Step 2, delete your Coveo Cloud V2 organization (see Deleting a Coveo Cloud V2 Organization).

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