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I will dare say that Archetonomy is the only company out there who sell this component commercially. I haven't been able to find any other company who provides this component. Not even on CodePlex. Most will either buy Archetonomy's (because it is a complete product that you just install and it works) or develop their own (as @Submits suggests).


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If you're comfortable with a bit of JavaScript and CSS you can put your own together for free that is based on SharePoint's out of the box navigation. Here are two resources to get you started: http://www.myfatblog.co.uk/index.php/2013/03/how-to-achieve-a-mega-menu-using-out-of-the-box-navigation-in-sharepoint-2013-and-jquery/ ...


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I found my way arround - I extended ContentBySearchWebPart webpart in a way that it modifies query string before querying sharepoint. It goes recursively by navigation terms from current up to root and per each node, one condition is added. Conditions are added to place in query string marked by string, so the condition can be enabled/disabled from UI. ...


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function Get-TermSet([string]$groupName, [string]$termSetName) { $termStore = Get-TermStoreDefault return $termStore.Groups[$groupName].TermSets[$termSetName] } $termSet = Get-TermSet $yourtermStorGroupName $yourtermSetName $taxoField = $yourweb.Fields.CreateNewField("TaxonomyFieldType", $displayName) taxoField.SspId = $termSet.TermStore.Id ...


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You can make the MMD field hidden, through PowerShell


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Strange! one day later it worked. I did nothing :)


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A homograph is a word that is spelt the same, but has a different meaning. You should be able to have a hierarchy that has "Paris" existing in both France and Texas. To keep things a bit more sane for the user, we don't allow homographs to have the same parent. So please check and make sure no such term exist.


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You can use Script Created by http://blog.falchionconsulting.com/index.php/downloads/ There is a cmdlet that allows to export terms into an XML file and another cmdlet that allows importing from xml file. http://www.falchionconsulting.com/PowerShellViewer/Default.aspx?Version=SP2010&Cmdlet=Export-SPTerms ...


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Looks Like you problem is MMS 1 and MMS2 are not associtated with Central Admin Web App. Central admin > Application Management > Manage Web Applications > click on Central Admin web app and from Ribbon Click On Service Connections. Please make Sure MMS1 and MMS2 are associated with Central admin as Managed Meta Data service is.


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Option 1: Since you are getting all the items in the list then the caml query would not be of any use now. TaxonomyFieldValueCollection test = item["TaxonomyFieldName"] asTaxonomyFieldValueCollection; Now loop in the test collection variable to get all the taxonomy values present in the field. foreach (var taxonomyValue in test) { if(taxonomyValue.Label ...


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You can use PowerShell scripting for this Sample code $spWeb = Get-SPWeb http://siteurl $spList = $spWeb.GetListFromUrl("/Lists/ListName/AllItems.aspx") $spField = $spList.Fields["Field Name"] $spField.DefaultValue = "1;#Term Name" #1 is term ID $spField.Update()


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Running Index Reset seems to do the trick. Feel free to comment if you know lighter way.


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I had same issue. When reviewing the crawled properties, I saw 2 crawled properties were created but only the managed property for the problem result was generated. I manually created the managed property mapped to the 2nd crawled property, added to my display template, and ran a full crawl so now only label displays in result. The two crawled properties ...


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It does not seem possible to retrieve user profile properties metadata using SharePoint CSOM API, but You could consider the following solution: consume SharePoint Web Services, in particular UserProfileService.GetUserProfileSchema Method to retrieve user profiles schema information (see example 1) utilize SharePoint Managed Metadata CSOM API to retrieve ...



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