After upgrading to standard search cluster from basic, queries on web app fail for Open AI

Can Envarli 0 Reputation points
2023-09-13T18:05:45.1766667+00:00

(400, 'message='Server responded with status 400. Error message: {"error":{"code":"FeatureNotSupportedInService","message":"Semantic search is not enabled for this service.\\r\\nParameter name: queryType","details":[{"code":"SemanticQueriesNotAvailable","message":"Semantic search is not enabled for this service."}]}}', url=URL('https://XXXXXXXXX.search.windows.net/indexes/XXXXXdocs/search?api-version=2021-04-30-Preview')\nCall to Azure Search instance failed.\nAPI Users: Please ensure you are using the right instance, index_name and provide admin_key as the api_key.\n')

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  1. ajkuma 22,161 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2023-09-14T19:37:34.77+00:00

    While I'm checking on this, as outlined in the Azure doc , have you tried both Azure Portal and REST apporach to enable /scale-up? Enable semantic ranking.

    I understand you switched from Basic to Standard tier, Semantic Search is not working.

    Yes, as mentioned in the doc: Semantic search - Azure Cognitive Search | Microsoft Learn Semantic search works for Basic and above Tier. If you haven't done , you may switch back to Basic and then to Standard again.

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