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If you change your code to use "yield return" you should give out id's as the crawler asks for it, instead of building up a long list internally which is then returned. I haven't tried this myself, but using yield is the perfect way to fetch data as needed. Could be worth a try. I suspect you can do something similar when it ask for each item, if you keep a ...


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HA! Nailed it. I had a look at the logs of an IIS box in our DMZ that was showing the same activity. It turns out in IIS anonymous access was turned on (of course) as well as Windows Integrated Authentication. So what's happening is that the spider is trying to use its credentials (which are no good on this machine as it's not on the domain) instead of ...


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The user account that operates the search crawling has to be given read permission to the file share you wish to crawl.


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Federated search will not do that. You'd need to configure a content source pointed at the external site, crawl that, then search against a scope created to look at that content source. Federated search points directly to other external search engines.


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You can define crawler impact rules so you can reduce the load SharePoint will put on an external site. What type of content? Is this static HTML pages or something different? You may want to be sure your crawler is also configured to crawl complex URL's. You can also adjust the SharePoint crawler timeouts and retry events - but these are server settings ...


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This tutorial is about how to customize search results. There are three topics: Customization to highlight search keyword Customization to open Search result items in new window Customize People Search result I think you can find what you are looking for in topic No. 2 or at least an idea on how to do it. For instance, you can edit the links - lines ...


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Crawler's have schedule to crawl, they don't just randomly start crawling, and it time depends on how you configured crawler's Schedule. You can check when your crawler crawled last time through Central Admin. In the Search service application, you can schedule a full or incremental crawl of a content source. There are four types of Schedules: ...


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The service account by your crawler may not have any needed proxy settings configured. Have a look in your ULS or Windows Application Event Logs for details.


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If you select SharePoint Site as contentsource, the following protocols are supported: http https sps3 sps3s Checked in the SharePointContentSource class in the Microsoft.Office.Server Assembly


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This error message means that it doesn't recognise the URI as a web application hostname. You can change the crawl settings to "Only crawl the Site Collection of each start address" and see if that works, but I don't think it will find all your site collections and is probably not what you want. I suggest you use the http: protocol, which it obviously is ...


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HTML meta data is always crawled as text. If you want to have a different behaviour you must write a custom http protocol handler, which is not an easy task. The only easy way to do this is to use the date format yyyy-mm-dd so you can use a string sort.


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I had the same error. At first I didn't think Rasmus' solution worked for me, but then I realized that SharePoint requires all of the certificates in the certificate chain to be listed. In our case, I had a self-signed certificate through Go Daddy. Originally I had only added the bottom level certificate in SharePoint, and that didn't work. But after I ...


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The problem is that SharePoint 2010 cannot access web services running SSL unless the root certificate of the web service is trusted in SharePoint. Try create a new trust relationship for the root certificate under CA - Security - Manage Trust - New.



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