Thanks, Ivan. That retrieved the search indices for me. Not sure how I would have figured out those strings without being told, since there doesn't appear to be any documentation around this.
This leads me to another question. I'm now attempting to perform a search using a selected index and am not getting any search results. The index is created for events, events exist on the sitefinity backend, and I have reindexed the search index. The events were created using a simple workflow, which required approval before publishing the events. I selected the frontend page I used to create the events as the "Default page where events are published", but am getting no results. I assume the events were actually created through the backend, since that is where the approval/publishing took place.
Which page do I need to select for the "Default page where events are published"?
How would I index events created through the Sitefinity backend?
There's not much to it, but here is my code to perform the search:
/* EventsSearchIndexTitle is a valid string containing a valid title of a search index */
/* query is a string containing part of one of the event titles */
SearchManager searchManager = SearchManager.GetManager(
IResultSet results = searchManager.Find(EventsSearchIndexTitle, query,
/* results contains 0 elements */