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I'm afraid your hypothesis: Does it recognize search result webparts and skips indexing those? is the good guess. Actually, to be precise, the Web part does recognize the crawler, not the other way arround! Looking at the SharePoint code with ILSpy, we can see that: ContentBySearchWebpart inherits from DisplayScriptWebPart DisplayScriptWebPart has ...


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You just need to create a new search display template. The essential steps are: Copy an existing template Rename the template file Change the look and feel as you need Copy the file back to the Display Templates library Create a result type rule for your content All of this is detailed here: ...


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You should reset index Index gets corrupted - Example when search crawl is not getting completed in a timely manner. Search is not returning any results etc. In some cases I observed new crawled properties where not getting created. This issue mostly got fixed by restarting search service and there where cases were it got created only after index reset. ...


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If it was a crawled property it would be easy. Just map it to Title. Since you are using Content Enrichment you can use your service to Update the Title Managed Property rather than (or in addition to) the custom property. Alternatively, you can create a Display Template and Result Type rule for your result then just edit the template to use your new ...


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You can use the path property. For example path:http://site/lists/list/folder


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It is not. The out of the box functionality has a single stack that throws any requests for that asset into the counter. You'd have to do some code to get what you're referring to either on server or client side.


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No, SharePoint ignores sitemap.xml by default, and you don't have to use it. Instead make sure you have a crawl account that have read access to all content supposed to be crawled. In your content source you can define whether or not SharePoint should follow subsites and complex URLs.


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Exclusion rules are useful and help in performance. Avoid crawling less relevant content by excluding one or more URLs. This also helps to reduce the use of server resources and network traffic, and to increase the relevance of search results.Creating crawl rules to exclude URLs is particularly useful when planning start addresses for external ...


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By default, the crawler will not follow complex URLs, which are URLs that contain a question mark followed by additional parameters — for example, http://contoso/page.aspx?x=y. If you enable the crawler to follow complex URLs, this can cause the crawler to gather many more URLs than is expected or appropriate. This can cause the crawler to gather unnecessary ...


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Use the ViewsLifetime and ViewsRecent metadata returned from http://site/subsite/_api/search/query (such as http://site/subsite/_api/search/query?querytext='ContentTypeId:0x010100C568*'). No views is a null value. (in JSON the return looks like) 20: { __metadata: { type: "SP.KeyValue" }- Key: "ViewsLifeTime" Value: "246" ValueType: "Edm.Int64" }- 21: { ...


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What my experience tells that when your have to reset the index(it is very rare) index corrupted one or all index component status is degraded You crawl completed sucessfully but you are not getting the search results. when you move the index location when Index location run out of space. To check the health state of the search run this command ...



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