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I'm pretty sure this wont work. While reporting services is claims aware, you still need Claims to Windows Token Service (C2TWS) to access the data source - even if it's all local. You can't use local accounts with C2TWS because it will do a query to resolve the UPN to match to a claim.


QueryOverride property of CQWP can be used in this case. The query will use OR between two content types and will use AND to check the current logged in user. Query Example: <Where> <Or> <And> <Eq> <FieldRef Name='ContentType' /> <Value Type='Computed'>CT1</Value> ...


First of all you put only path in your query so that you get any results. If you get results your search is running ok. path:"http://YOURSITE" After that you go to desire list/s and click List Settings, copy listID from url and decode it from 1aaaaaaa%2Daaaa... format to format with "-" 1aaaaaaa-aaaa... http://meyerweb.com/eric/tools/dencoder/ - paste id ...


Apart form restricting the Path to current site collection, you need to specify STS_List_IssueTrackingto get items from Issue Tracking lists only. Moreover, you need to check the managed properties available for Status and Assigned To fields in the Search settings and then use them in the search query. Example: Status:Pending AND AssignedTo:{User.Name}


You need to use one of the following: Content Search Web Part Search Web Part Content Query Web Part The two search web parts are a bit easier to use as far as customizing the queries as there is a designer you can use. You can also change their looks. Content Query Web Part requires some XSLT knowledge to get the most out of it. You will add the ...


Only own lists and libraries are available in APP Part. You can not add list/library as APP part from other site. The good thing is there are workarounds for this. Check the below link Displaying SharePoint Online 2013 lists to parent or sub-sites

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