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This is not doable with KQL or FQL. You would have to do some post-processing to accomplish this. FQL has an operator called starts-with, but cannot be used with wildcards, only terms or phrases. If you could have another property on the list with AZText which copies the first letter of the value of AZText field, then that would work. Or if you do this in a ...


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So I figured out that the html for the "PurchasingSearch" page was not published. Both the .js and the .html need to be published.


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Actually you should train the users for how they are supposed to work with SharePoint. But, for now you can reduce your pain by creating a new View and making it as Default view. In the view you just need to have one filter as, Checked Out To - is equal to - ___blank___. (Refer to the screenshot below)


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Yes you can remove it from Master Page. Using CSS Edit Master page Add following just before </head> #SearchBox { display: none; }


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You can create your html page and add a textbox and a search button. Then use following JavaScript jQuery("#buttonId").click(function(){ var val = jQuery("#searchBoxId").val(); if(val == ''){ alert('Please enter search term'); } else{ var url = "http://sharepoint/searchcenter/results.aspx?k=" + val; ...


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Try adding the type Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.NavigationNode and then switching Microsoft.SharePoint.Navigation.SPNavigationNode to Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.NavigationNode SPNavigationNode is the server object model, to use the client object model, you want NavigationNode. See here for details. However, unlike SPNavigationNode, NavigationNode does ...


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It's a false-positive. There are exclusions to antivirus that need to be added: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/952167 ... Drive:\Users\ account that the search service is running as \AppData\Local\Temp ...


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You can edit the Search Results Web Part. Then from the web part properties, click on Change Query. Now in the popup modal window, click on "Advanced Mode". In Query text, you can use {SearchBoxQuery}*



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