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Can you: probably yes i can see no technical reasons for why not, but haven't triede it. Should you: probably not Remember that cross site publishing doesn't move the content, just information about it. So you'll store these documents in the My sites. In my opinion it would break the spirit of the "My Site" as a storage place and playground for the ...


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When using external resources in the cross-publishing scenarios it is important to plan ahead access to shared resources - e.g. are all users on the target site have access to source images, etc. - I believe Waldek M. (http://blog.mastykarz.nl/easier-working-assets-cross-site-publishing/) has very well described this - an option being to effectively use a ...


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I've found a way to accomplish this given a situation where the managed property value I need to make the secondary/related CSWP lookup happens to be exposed in the URL of the primary catalog item. I.e., a People Catalog with a catalog item URL of (/directory/Last, First) --- I want to show activities related to that person (from an Activities Catalog at ...


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There are a few things you can try like: Export/Import Content deployment Cross-site publishing (new) If you're using SharePoint 2013, be sure to check out cross site publishing! In any case, you'll still have to deploy your customizations to both sides.


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Yes it is possible. Cross site publishing utilizes search and the content search web parts for aggregating content from designated catalogs. Cross site publishing odes take some work to configure however -it's not just a single feature you turn on and start using.


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I'm working on addressing this challenge myself and I share your frustration, though I think I understand why it works this way OOB. The content being rendered in CSWPs isn't actually "within the page" in the publishing site - it is all being retrieved and rendered client-side through Javascript. Basically, I think the limitation is fundamentally that ...


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It sounds like your urls aren't being rewritten. When you connected the remote list to your publishing site did you tick the box to "Make URLs relative to this site"? This video around 49:45 talks about it. Anonymous access only grants the search index the ability to share the content without requiring security checks. This video has more about it around ...


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When you create a catalog connection in SharePoint 2013, the following items get configured for you automatically: Result Source Managed Navigation Catalog Category Page Catalog Item Page When using BCS External Content Types, you have to configure all of the items above manually but it is definitely possible. These are some high-level steps: Create ...



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