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There is a hidden taxonomy list at site collection level which is populated with terms as they are used. The default is for all users to have read access on this list. However, if you start with something like a blank site template and then retro fit MMD then it seems this permission does not always get applied. Navigate to the hidden list at ...


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Are you sure your list is Search Enabled? Could you post some of the query used? Here you have an example link http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee558338.aspx, but i guess you got beyond this step. Have a look at this article on how to setup a Search scope for your list ...


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Very easy: The managed metadata service. You can just hop to your Central Administration > Application Management > Manage Service Applications > Managed Metadata Service. From your site collection you can also go to Site Settings > Term Store Management (same thing as in Central Admin). There you will be able to edit all your term sets (not key words). ...


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You can use only Managed Properties in your search Query.The new column which is you create is actually a crawled property. To include the content and metadata of crawled properties in the search index, you map crawled properties to managed properties. In case of SharePoint Online, When you create a new site column in a SharePoint list, the search picks up ...


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You can find a solution here: http://www.itidea.nl/index.php/what-about-you-must-fill-out-all-required-properties-before-completing-this-action-when-publishing-a-page/ The solution requires a custom control on the page, the code is provided in the post. Regards, Anita


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Uncheck the box "Use Location Visualization" - otherwise the default is used.


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I'd check the Managed Metadata Service permissions: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff625176.aspx http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint-server-help/configure-enterprise-metadata-and-keyword-settings-for-a-list-or-library-HA101665479.aspx#_Toc266878518 Can the user add Enterprise Keywords at all (as in if the term exists in MMS vs. a new ...


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Looks like you can pass in a keyword along with some parameters to filter the results. Example: KeywordQuery kw = new KeywordQuery(); kw.QueryText = "some keyword (DocumentDate >= 1/1/2009 AND DocumentDate <= 12/31/2009)"; will return only results that would be returned for a search on "some keyword" that have a DocumentDate somewhere in 2009. ...


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There is no easy way to do exactly as you describe. BUT why not use metadata navigation in the views of the library? Go to the library In the library tab select "Library settings" Select "Metadata navigation settings" In the "Configure Navigation Hierarchies" move your managed metadata field to the right Click OK Now in every view of the library you get ...


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Search in SharePoint 2010 does not just happen. The Search Service needs to be set up and configured. To get started with planning and configuring search, please refer to http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc263400(v=office.14).aspx http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg502597(v=office.14).aspx


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How to set Enterprise Keywords taxonomy field value using SharePoint CSOM Since Taxonomy API is supported in SharePoint 2013 CSOM, the following example demonstrates how to set Enterprise Keywords field value: using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; using Microsoft.SharePoint.Client; using Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Taxonomy; ...


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Managed metadata is what handles faceted navigation requirements of this kind. You can do this: Export all unique tags from files (or directly from Adobe Bridge) Import them all to MMS (powershell or Excel way) Import files to SP doclib, setting tags for each one But storing 48000 (probably-HiRes) images in SharePoint just to navigate faster? I hope ...



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