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See http://blogs.msdn.com/b/sharepoint_strategery/archive/2013/12/09/sp2010-search-query-load-balancing-explained-part-2.aspx (see the special note on SharePoint 2013) As per the article in SP2013 you can stop SQ&SS on 3 servers, and just leave it running on the server running on Query Processing Component. you can stop it using Manage services on ...


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Server Name Mappings come to mind. In search you can just tell it, it the crawler is crawling at this address, spit out the search results with a different address. References: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/sharepoint_strategery/archive/2013/02/20/beware-crawling-the-non-default-zone-for-a-sharepoint-2013-web-application.aspx Sharepoint search returns nothing ...


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Take a look at MS's tech diagrams for SP2013, http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc263199(v=office.15).aspx, there's a lot of useful layouts and architecture examples here. To answer your question, no, I generally don't put Query on all boxes, just a couple of dedicated ones, or in your case, on both app servers. It depends on the hardware specs of ...


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SiteTitle is a Managed Property in search but it is not set to be "refinable" by default. Go to Central Admin > Service Applications > Search Service and then Search Schema. Search for "SiteTitle" in the managed properties. You'll see that the property is set to "Queryable" and "Retrievable" but not refinable. Edit the Managed Property and set it to be ...


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Use double quotes to find exact phrases. If you want to learn about "AD.300" and don't want a bunch of results that include documents that include the word. This tells the search engine to find the exact phrase inside the quotes. Look about more nice tips about search ...


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What about just setting up the Enterprise Search Centre and changing the 'Which search results page should queries be sent to?' property on your sites? You can also set this at the root and have your subsites inherit this property. This is what the Search Centre was made for: Searching across all content.


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Search Index is very similar to an index in a book. It's the place where all the keywords, metadata are stored during the Crawling process. Crawler analyze all the words in documents and put them into the Index. When you perform a search, query get executed against the Index.


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To add to Joy Rathnayake, Just imagine what would happen if a search result would have to read through every single file every time someone does a search. The system would simply stop completely. The search index is a database table (Or tables, haven't looked at it from the inside), that contains a list of basic data of everything in your source (Which can ...


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Could you apply these business rules in the Content By Search webpart? I mean that you can configure the query to do something like: (Department:HHRR AND Fax:454*) and something like that. Depending on the complex of your business rules, you could do something like that. If not, you can "hide" the results in the Display template, where you can get all the ...


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I finally done a temporary fix for this , I created a new view as same configuration and deleted the existing web part on the view page and added new one, I know this is not a permanent solution but as short it save your time.


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You have a few options. Under site settings you should have a Search and Offline Availability option where you can set it to not show in search. You can add a query rule that removes results based on site URL's. If they are unique URL's you will either need seperate rules for all of them or make sure the Query is configured to retrieve the correct ...


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I think your Search Settings are invalid - in particular the redirect to the Search Center. Verify that you have /Pages appended in the Search Center Url. Verify that the Pages it redirects you to, exists (e.g. results.aspx) - they are in the Pages library. Example: http://i.imgur.com/kcxc2uk.png


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Looks like you dont have the Office Web App installed. In order to enable the functionality you must have a separate farm. On this second farm you will need Office Web Apps working properly. These requirements are important to us for a few reasons. The first is the extra server that is required will most likely drive the cost. The second is that Office ...


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I solved using CSS: .ms-srch-hover-outerContainer { display:none !important }


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If you are looking for a global solution, I don't think one exists. The behavior is controlled by the display template for the result. The hover behavior on the Display Template is controlled by JavaScript and a hidden div on the Display Template. You can do any number of things to disable this. Edit the display template and remove the onmouseover event ...


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You do not mention your SharePoint version, but for 2013: Open Central Administration > Service Applications > Search Service Application From the left hand side choose the Query Suggestions link. [..] Enable the Show check box and choose the Import from text file option. Create a text file like this, containing your suggestions: ...


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SharePoint only indexes the latest published revision, the last published version of the document. Previous versions are not indexed out of the box.


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This can be achieved in many ways. By default your options would be to use an OOTB web part called Text Filter Web Part or to add your list to the page, and from the web part's properties > Miscellaneous > activate Display search box. Depending on your page's setup, activated site (collection) features and such, these mentioned options might not be ...


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Are you trying to search items in a SharePoint list and the list search box doesn't appear for you? There is a web part property called "Display Search Box" that enables this. It should be on by default. Or are you trying to add a search box to the page that will search other content? You can add a Search Box web part to any page. How you would configure it ...


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I will admit I haven't tried this yet, but I was looking at the instructions for adding refiners here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/tothesharepoint/archive/2013/11/11/how-to-add-refiners-to-your-search-results-page-for-sharepoint-2013.aspx Took a look at the available mappings (as part of my own question I'm trying to answer) and noticed in the SharePoint ...


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The reason it fails is due to a code bug in Microsoft.Office.Server.Search.Administration.GetErrorMessages. In the loop it checks if allKnownErrors has the key, and of course it does as it's looping that dictionary. The code should check if dictionary2.ContainsKey instead. public Dictionary<int, string> GetErrorMessages() { ...



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