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Try if these steps helps you Go to Central Admin -> Manage Service Applications -> Search You will see a link to your Content Sources. If you edit that it will give you the opportunity to setup a schedule for both Full and Incremental indexing You can run a full crawl, once completed you will have results if everything is configured correctly


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Note completely sure if this answers your question, but if you want your Search Results Web Part to only include hits from that site, place your results page in edit mode, and select the "Results" web part for editing, On the right, you will see a button for "Change Query". Typically by default the Query Text is set to {searchboxquery} You just need to ...


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Make sure to map the "ows_MyChoice" value to your managed property and select Multi-value Refinement Item in the refinement options for that refiner.


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I used css to hide it, that seemed to work okay but I am sure there are better solutions out there. h2.ms-displayInline a.ms-ref-name{ display:none;} Best of luck.


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You can use this search to find all the entries in the sites membership lists for the the current user MemberOWSUSER:{User.Name} Then create a custom Search Display template that only displays the site title, and the site url (trimmed from the item url) <html xmlns:mso="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" xmlns:msdt="uuid:C2F41010-65B3-11d1-A29F-...


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To search on properties in SharePoint, we follow the guide Keyword Query Language (KQL) syntax reference. It states that property restrictions follow this pattern: <Property Name><Property Operator><Property Value> In other words, you search for a title like the following (without white spaces): title:Reference or if they where to ...


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This script will accomplish the goal, at least in SP2010/2013/2016. I don't have access to an SP2007 box but you should easily be able to replace my use of the Get-SPSite cmdlet with the new-object sytnax. $SPSite = Get-SPSite "http://YourHostName.net/sites/YourSiteCollection" # Set this to any positive integer; items more than this many days old will be ...


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It sounds like your search result web part is configured to trim duplicates. Click the gear icon to Edit the page. Click the down arrow on your Search Results web part and select Edit Web part Click the Change Query button Click the Settings tab and select Don't trim duplicates Click OK twice, and save your page


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That #=ctx.RenderBody(ctx)=# just renders Item_CommonItem_Body.html So the idea is that you have some common managed properties you want to show for all search result types and you add those in Item_CommonItem_Body. The specific managed properties for a result type you want to add to Item_NewResultType.html


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Managed Properties are agnostic of Site Collections. So "Wiki Category" does not belong to any site collection. They are bound to Crawled Properties that are either "out of the box" or created as the result of creating Site and List columns and then crawling the content. The only way to ensure that the Wiki Category you seek is from a specific site or site ...


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Since it was created on the SSA level, this property refers to multiple site collections. You have another option to create a managed property on the site collection level and map it to that field and you use it on the site collection level.


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You are missing one approach. If you know all the possible values you can use entity extraction using dictionaries to scan that mp with a multi-value, and have it populate to the WordCustomRefinerX managed properties. If that's not an option, I would go with your options in the order you list them. For the display template option you might want to add logic ...


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Look in your crawl rules. Last time I did this it also created a crawl rule to exclude the item from subsequent crawls. just remove the rule.


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The reason is when they were created, they were added on the SSA (Search Service Application) level not on the site collection level. I found this article very helpful in explaining the differences and limitations


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I would go for option number two as I did something similar in the past. It requires some development, but in the end, it is easier to maintain. The approach of the article you linked might work, my approach back then was different. In your refiner display template where you loop over all the available refiners, you split the values based on your delimiter. ...


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Answer: (SharePoint 15.0.4571.1502) If content is re-crawled (eg full crawl, or this item is changed during an incremental crawl) then the item will re-appear in the search results https://technet.microsoft.com/en-au/library/jj219587.aspx does not mention this behaviour. The same behaviour occurs for either of the two remove functions Remove an item from ...


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Example url for the rest query, you can use this query and replace with your fields _spPageContextInfo.webServerRelativeUrl + "/_api/web/lists/getbytitle('Projects')/items?$select=userfield/Title&$expand=userfield/Title


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Not in SharePoint 2010. The indexing was dependent on older iFilter technology. Not on 2013/2016 even though you get "deep linking" for Word and PowerPoint with the Format Handlers, PDF is not included.


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You cannot "Query a View". You can evaluate the view filter criteria and replicate the query in search. So if you want to filter on a Hashtag simply query the hashtag, like #SharePoint. If you are using other types of metadata you can query that too. The search engine is actually very controllable and predictable. If you are struggling I recommend the ...


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Are your PDF files full text searchable? If so, and the document content matches/contains 'ALL(123*)', that would explain the results.


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After going through your question(which I must say well described), I figured out that only thing which you have to do is to create a custom Result Type and specify the display template(which you have already created) which this custom result type will be using. Following are the steps to create custom Result Type. Go to Site Settings --> Search Result ...


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Yes, you can. Try adding a search results webpart to you page, and edit the properties. Then click on "change query". You can specify a tag there. If you use SharePoint 2013 Enterprise you can also you the CSWP. Also you can do much more via the advanced view (Switch to Advanced Mode):


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Apparently you cannot change (apart from writing it directly into the search box) as answered in this thread. I would suggest creating a new view and filtering the by file type: Type is not equal to (leave the box empty) This way you can switch the view when you do not want folders to appear in your search results.


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This helped me when I had a problem to make the sort order to behave as I wanted: Why can't I sort the Search Results Web Part by a Managed Property? Basically, you need to remove the JSON in order to make the web part sort according to the settings in the query builder. Otherwise the JSON overrides the setings in the query builder.


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Try Path:{Site.URL} EventDateOWSDATE:{Today+4} -OR EndDateOWSDate:{Today+4}



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