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I don't know if is possible to configure the Content Search Web Part to use the custom properties within a term. Something you could try is to add some script to the page to get the value of the custom property and place it in a text field and then configure the Content Search Web Part to read the value from the text box as part of the query.


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Use the following schema syntax for provisioning a managed metadata field: <Field Type="TaxonomyFieldType" DisplayName="Location" ShowField="Term1033" Required="FALSE" EnforceUniqueValues="FALSE" StaticName="Location" Name="Location" > <Default /> <Customization> ...


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Have you registered the Taxonomy control assembly/namespace in your page layout? You should have something such as the following in top of your layout page: <%@ Register Tagprefix="Taxonomy" Namespace="Microsoft.SharePoint.Taxonomy" Assembly="Microsoft.SharePoint.Taxonomy, Version=15.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c" %>


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Is the "Use this Term Set for Site Navigation" checked? You find this option in Term Store Management Tool.


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I have deployed and tested on SharePoint 2013 SP1 package and have some noticeable improvements (Please refer to my list). Filtering is now working. Sorting is now working. However, if I filter other fields other than metadata, upon sorting, all these other fields will reset. (still a bug, but already improved) N/A Just to side track a bit. The ...


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I’ve tested the Term Store by creating a new group, new term set and new terms. I’ve added term set to a list with some test data. I’ve also created filters based on the terms and had it running for little over an hour without any problem. In March there where others with issues with Term Store, posted to Microsoft Support and the Office 365 Community. ...



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