Yes, this is possible. However, it requires editing your WordPress database, which can be potentially dangerous.
WARNING: Directly editing your WordPress database can severely break it. We recommend against doing this in general. If you do need to edit your WordPress database, be sure to make a backup first.
To re-connect the Swiftype Search WordPress plugin to an existing engine, you will need the following pieces of data:
- Your API Key. You can find this on the Account Settings page.
- Your Engine Key. You can find this on the Engine Overview page.
- Your Engine Slug. You can find this on the home page of the Swiftype Dashboard.
Once you've collected these, insert the following keys and values into the
wp_options table of your WordPress database:
swiftype_api_key [Your API Key]
swiftype_engine_name [Your Engine Name]
swiftype_engine_slug [Your Engine Slug]
swiftype_engine_key [Your Engine Key]
To insert these values, you can use the MySQL command line client, or a web-based interface such as phpMyAdmin.
swiftype_num_indexed_documents is used in the WordPress user interface but does not actually affect how the plugin works.