Can we add sharepoint(.aspx) page to azure language service custom question answering project?

Krushna Khandagle 0 Reputation points
2023-04-03T13:40:14.2033333+00:00

When I try to add a Sharepoint(.aspx) page to the language service custom question answering project, I get an error (unsupported or invalid URL(s):) My URL is also correct, so is there any possibility to add a SharePoint page to the language service custom question answering project or not?

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  1. Grmacjon-MSFT 16,446 Reputation points
    2023-05-04T23:37:06.45+00:00

    Hi @Krushna Khandagle

    apologies for the delay in response. Yes, you can add a SharePoint page to the language service however you may need to check the URL format and ensure that it is supported by your project. Can you please share your URL? because the error message you received indicates that the URL you provided is either unsupported or invalid. These are a few things you can do to troubleshoot the issue:

    • Make sure that the URL you are using is in the correct format and includes the necessary components, such as the protocol (http or https), domain name, and page path.
    • Ensure that the user account you are using to access the SharePoint page has the necessary permissions to view the page. If the user does not have the necessary permissions, you may need to grant them access or use a different user account.
    • Make sure that the SharePoint page is configured to allow external access and is not restricted to specific users or groups. If the page is restricted, you may need to adjust the settings to allow external access.
    • Check the language service custom question answering project settings: Make sure that the project is configured to support the URL format and protocol that you are using. If the project does not support the URL format or protocol, you may need to adjust the settings or use a different project.

    Here are some helpful docs for reference:

    Quickstart: question answering

    Migrating to Azure Cognitive Service for Language

    URLs and tokens in SharePoint

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