Managed properties can have a large number of settings, or attributes. These attributes determine how the contents are shown in search results. The search schema contains the attributes on managed properties and the mapping between crawled properties and managed properties.

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Full crawl not picking up the properties from content type even though they are populated and being used

After running multiple full crawl the search service app still not picking up the metadata or properties from site column and content types. The columns are well populated with 500,000+ documents. ...
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Can the search refiner web part handle localized values?

Using the BCS I am crawling external data and I am using Managed Properties to make sure that data is available in search results. I can use the search refiner web part to refine based on one of my ...
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Multiple Propset Guid Mapped to a Category

I'm working in a powershell scrip for F4SP 2010 server that reads lines from a .csv file and creates the mappings between managed properties a crawled properties. I don't have much problem, just a ...
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HTML content from crawled properties in SP Site

I've been working on a step for F4SP 2010, where I had to get the HTML content from the Site crawled of Sharepoint, and get a div into it. My question is not how to do that. I have the main problem ...
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Removing duplicate results FAST Search Server for SharePoint 2010

I have a custom content type which contain duplicate values. I try to remove duplicate results from Query Web service returns. For specify duplicate data, I created "groupid" managed property which ...
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SharePoint 2010: Additional default search crawled property on User Profile Search

I have used the following article to add an additional crawled propert to SharePoint 2010 user profile search. ...
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Missing crawled properties for custom user profile properties

I have 2 custom (RegionID and SalesID) in user profile. Both are populated with values. I reset the content index, made sure values are populated for these fields, did multiple full crawl. I made sure ...
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“ContentTypeId” crawled property issue

I want to get all items with CT derived from some ParentCT using FullTextSqlQuery by ContentTypeId. And there are no results returned. Query looks like: SELECT ContentTypeId FROM SCOPE() WHERE ...
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SP 2010 FullTextSqlQuery display managed properties in query results

I have created a managed property TaskDueDate linked to ows_DueDate(Date and Time) which I would like to display in my search query results. However the query doesn't return any values for ...
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Crawling Hidden Fields with PowerShell Created Crawled Properties

I've been trying to add ows__vti_ItemHoldRecordStatus as a crawled property to allow a search of held documents. (It appears to correspond to the hold status of an SPListItem.) I can successfully add ...
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How to set the data type for crawled meta content?

I have Search Server Express 2010 that is crawling web site content such as this: <meta name="publishDate" content="04/26/2011 16:58:00" /> In search administration my tags appear in Crawled ...
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Adding a custom profile property to My Site

I want to display a custom (profile) property called "Org Unit" in My Site. That property should be mapped to Active Directory. Is there a direct way in SharePoint 2010 to achieve this?
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People Search FullTextSqlQuery with CONTAINS on PastProjects managed property

I am developing a Web Part for SharePoint 2010 that uses FullTextSqlQuery to perform People Search using a CONTAINS clause on the PastProjects managed property. I am not getting any results back. ...
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Showing search index items which contain a managed property

In sharepoint search, if you go to search server admin, then look at the managed metadata properties, then click on a managed property, it will say something like "Number of Items found with this ...
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Why isn't my metadata showing up as crawled properties?

My understanding is that custom properties (=metadata) supplied for uploaded documents will become crawled properties, after a full index. Such has been done. Examining the list of crawled properties ...