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Have you tried to set keywordQuery.set_trimDuplicates(false); (MSDN) because maybe some rows / items are incorrectly treated as duplicates by search?


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You can try using the property UrlDepth. It allows you to manipulate how deep the URL needs to go for the query. for example; UrlDepth=1 returns things like http://site/subsite UrlDepth=2 returns things like http://site/pages/page.aspx or http://site/subsite/subsite May help a bit.


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Try adding NOT Path: http://mysite/* to your query where you use your My Site host address.


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Look at the Web Application Service Application Connections. The sites under that web app will use the Search Service App that is selected in the Service Application Connections.


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By Default search should bring you results across all Sites (the users has Access to). Or you did somehow scoped the results to current Site


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The issue is because the Subscription Plan in the Tenant site does not Support Content Search Web Parts. May be the error should have been “ Your Subscription plan cannot activate the feature.” :) Learning : Check the Service Description of the SharePoint o365 Plans before troubleshooting .


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Check this post: https://spbreed.wordpress.com/2013/09/14/sharepoint-2013-solution-to-inconsistent-search-results-count/ It also installs the latest CU


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Well I feel stupid now... after doing a comparison of both the People Search Web Part and Normal Search Web Part, the deciding factor was the code EnablePhonetic = true; Gets or sets a Boolean value that specifies whether the phonetic forms of the query terms are used to find matches. ...


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OOTB SharePoint search crawls the document (if it is a document) and Shows the Document´s Title as Title in the search result, it does not make a difference what you select in the managed-Properties or what you insert in the item´s title.


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You have to set the JSON property of your Web Part. It sounds weird as you don't want the dropdown with the available sorts order displayed. You just have to tweak the JSON property to add the RefinableDate01 and then uncheck the "Show sort dropdown" property so the sort box isn't displayed but the JSON will remains. REF: ...


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I see that you are using ClientContext which is ment to be used when developing Apps for SharePoint, as Apps can't use the SharePoint API. Since it's a full-trust solution you are developing, use the SharePoint API. In your PageLoad method, use SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges() to elevate the permissions of the current user, anonymous or not, and ...


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I have a solution for this long overdue and old problem. It is a slight work around for lists that have attachments or large lists to crawl the attachments and promote search results, it works. You must get WebDAV running and working on your servers and crawl the attachment location as a file share (UNC Path). This has been tested on SharePoint 2013 and ...



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