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The only way to make search results pointing to custom presentation is to move the presentation from custom page to a new list item display form and setting it to be a default display form.


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It can as long as you figure out the authentication. We did it for MediaWiki by creating a Query Time Security Trimmer. It worked well, but does slow the delivery of results. The final solution was to turn on AD authentication. For the ticket system it should not be problem.


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In most cases I want the error/warning and sometimes i don't so i simply include some simple css on the page where i don't want it. Not generally a good practice but sometimes it suffices. #NoResult { display: none; }


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try to recycle the application pool where search is running. If your search servise is running under domain account (as should be), go to Windows services; find SharePoint Server Search 14 Service (OSearch14) and in properties "Log On" tab provide the correct password and restart the service.


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OK, I can tell you what I found. First of all I am using an Online environment. I should add the mapping into the Item Display Template and was not necessary to add the mapping into the Common Body Display Template. The DIV tag, was added to the Common Body Display Template. Now the key here, is if you are configuring the Search Result Web Part to use ...


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Any query can be "saved" as a URL. So you could create a links list that included the various queries that you expect end users to run. This TechNet article details some of the options for querying Managed Metadata fields. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj613136.aspx You are on the right track. You can either use the "taxid" version of the ...


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After extensive testing, I've worked out that the 'Trim Duplicates' feature is omitting pages that are too similar. In our test environment (SharePoint 2013) I've created two search results webpart, the first where the 'Trim Duplicates' has been set to 'False' and the second is set to 'True', both weparts use the same Search Box webpart. All of the ...


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Stop using PATH and use Content Types. It makes requirements like this a breeze. Create a new content type based on Document. Assign the content type to the library. Optionally remove the Document content type Assign the documents in the library to your content type Crawl the content Find the content with a result source ContentType=MyContentType


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If you look at the metadata is one author the Creator and the other a modifier? If so you can change the behavior of the refiner by either changing the code in the refiner or changing the mapping on the Author managed property.


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You can simply use the SharePoint Management Shell instead which has pathing for psconfig, but instead, use PowerShell. Initialize-SPResourceSecurity is the replacement for that specific command.


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Leave the Path and remove the {searchboxquery}. You can add FileExtension:pdf to only return PDF and (IsDocument:"True" OR contentclass:"STS_ListItem") to only return documents. so your final query will be: path:"http://server-sharep/Shared%20Documents/*" FileExtension:pdf (IsDocument:"True" OR contentclass:"STS_ListItem")


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You need to read up on SharePoint Publishing. The Enterprise Search Center Site uses SharePoint Publishing for page creation. That means that a new page is based on a Page Layout which is bound to a Content Type. If you want a new Layout (which you do) you should copy the layout that most closely matches your needs (the Search Results page layout) and rename ...


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Search results webpart, as the name indicates gets the data from the search index. Looks like your incremental crawl is set to 15 minutes. Meaning that the SharePoint search crawler is indexing any new and updated items every 15 minutes. Search results webpart can only show the changes when the index is updated. The incremental crawl schedule can be change ...


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I believe you can use JavaScript/jQuery to reload your page. Add a Script Editor Web Part on the page and use something like: //adjust the number to suit your need $(document).ready(function() { setInterval("location.reload(true)", 300000); });


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Troubleshooting Tip: >= is supported only for DateTime, Integer, Decimal, Double but = is supported for Text also. Make sure the FYOWSNMBR managed property is not of type Text and belongs to one of above mentioned type. Include a space between property and >=. In many cases I have faced that the absence of space causing wrong syntax error eg: FYOWSNMBR ...


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There are two ways to achieve #1 one is to maintain a separate "public" list of site collections and then use the results from that to drive the end user behavior you seek. The challenge is keeping the list current. Another option, one that I have used successfully, is to keep the list of site attributes on each site collection. (We provision with ...


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1)The simple answer to your first question is that it is impossible. The reason is that Content Search is using Enterprise Search which is apply Security Trimming. So to achieve your requirements, you will need to create an application that runs with elevated privileges to return this information for you! 2) you have to create a custom display template, ...


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It is better to use the ContentTypeId: instead of the ContentType Name like this: https://site.sharepoint.com/_api/search/query?querytext='ContentTypeId:0x01005FC5182DF0BF554287F15C4D8B798E6*' if the content type is used in other lists, then it is better to add the path of the targeted list and your query will look like this: ...


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first, make sure that the columns/fields in question have values (Crawl won't pick or index if they have no values). Once this is done, you can either re-index the library (library settings), or re-index the site (site collection feature - search and offline availability)


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That is working as designed. You have to have search results to be able to "further refine" the results. The concept is to narrow down the result set based on attributes returned in the results set. No Results = No Refiners



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