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It looks like you are on the right track with the SelectedRefinementControlsJson propety. If you pre-configure and export a refinement webpart you can see how it populates the refiners. Here is a default export example. <property name="SelectedRefinementControlsJson" type="string"> ...


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You can do this in a couple ways. If you REALLY want to use a Display Template you can create a copy of the Default Item Template and then replace the body div with: <div id=”Item_PropertyList”> <!-–#_ if(!$isNull(ctx.CurrentItem)){ for (var key in ctx.CurrentItem) { var value = ctx.CurrentItem[key]; console.log(“Value: ” + value); _#–-> ...


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Figured it out, i delete the content source and recrated it...its working now On closer inspection ,i noticed that the query 2 also returns the property but only for very few elements ( infact out of 50 only 1 items did return this value though , the value was filled on all the elements ).


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This is by design. You could modify the search result webpart to automatically append the * at the end. Not ideal for document search, but for people search its okay.



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