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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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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Programmatically configure the values included in a managed metadata property

I've got a managed metadata property in PowerShell: Get-SPEnterpriseSearchMetadataManagedProperty Looking on MSDN I can't decide which property's responsible for the UI equivalent of "Include values ...
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Why aren't my result types working with managed properties?

I'm having trouble getting Result Types working in SharePoint Search. I've defined a result source for one of my BDC datatypes, plus a result type that matches everything from that result source. ...
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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 ...