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Yes we can achieve this using display templates. First if you are using an OOB display template, I would suggest make a copy of it in and customize it based on your requirement. Now as you have a hold of a custom display template, Make sure you map ContentType field in ManagedPropertyMapping something like below in your display template 'Line ...


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You will need to convert EdwSearchTag into a managed property. After that you can run searches by adding EdwSearchTag as a search term in your query (for e.g. EdwSearchTag contains denials, will return only search results for column values containing denials) Here are the steps: -Choose a field in a list or document library. -Make sure some items in the ...


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You do need to make sure that the Search and Offline Availability page has the Allow this Site to Appear in search results setting enabled.


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None of these features required to be activated to perform the Search on the Site. Search will work without these. These features used when you want to import /export the search configuration from /to another site collection. SharePoint 2013 Design Manager design packages You would choose this option if you are designing a site and creating ...


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You dont need to activate any features in your site. Just configure the contentsource in the serchservice application in your central administration to crawl that site. Here's some more info on that


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Indexing PDF files is OOTB funcationality in the SharePoint 2013, You need to run the full crawl. Sharepoint 2013 can only index PDF files with text layers, so files without one will not be indexed.


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Their is no OOTB method to save the searches, rather you have to create your own custom code.here are couple of ideas. Create a ‘Save My Searches’ Feature in SharePoint 2010 with JavaScript/jQuery Get last search query


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I would use Process Monitor to see what process locks the file - normally SharePoint releases the file once it's copied for processing.


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I wonder if it is possible to achieve this in OOTB search results. However, i came across a workaround here. It does not use SharePoint Search,instead, it uses CAML query with a property to show recurring events as different item. The RecurrenceID field identifies a specific instance of a recurring event and its value represents the starting date and time ...


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This is the way I found to really know which server has FAST installed. (without opening each server one-by-one and checking for the FAST 2010 Server in installed programs) Browse one of the application servers Look for Install_Info.txt (default FAST configuration output file) Pray that someone copied it to one of the servers (and the server hasn't changed ...


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Have you tried with PowerShell Get-SPServiceInstance? Get-SPServiceInstance or Get-SPServiceInstance -Server ServerA Reference: Get-SPServiceInstance


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As far as I know, the Ranked Results table are your results. In other words, by removing the Ranked Results you are eliminating the content you are trying to show. If you don't want the part to load before the query wrap the whole query like this: {? your query } SO if your query is {searchboxQuery} Content Type:Post make it {? {searchboxQuery} Content ...


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You can try several things - it can have multiple sources: Try an IISRESET Verify that the SharePoint Web Services site exists in IIS, and that SecurityTokenServiceApplication existed as a virtual directory. Verify that the application pool that powers it is not stopped and has valid credentatials. Sometimes a reboot fixes that problem. Check that all ...


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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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If you are looking to grab the first letter of each last name you could use startsWith in your $filter of the query. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/fp142385(v=office.15).aspx#bk_supported


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Try using lastname= instead of lastname: Typically in the Search API a : means "Contains" and an = means "Equals" which will anchor the query to the beginning of the line. I'm not 100% certain it works in this specific case but give it a try and let me know. Edit: For reference, here's the KQL guide. Depending on the architecture of your application you ...


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You need to use the Restore command instead of New. here are the steps i want to metnion: Backup the Search Service Application admin database from SharePoint 2010 environment and restore on SharePoint 2013 database server, preferably by the name as "Search Service Application_ AdminDB" Now, login to your SharePoint 2013 App server, and create the ...


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I deleted and readded the search results webpart, and everything is the way it's supposed to be. As far as I could tell, I hadn't changed anything with that webpart.


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You need to define the a Search Scope which is "This Site" and then configure the search center in the site settings of each site collection. Define scopes for searches To configure the Search Center, you can configure it manaully via site settings or use the Powershell. Configure Your SharePoint 2010's Site Search Settings Configuring Site Collection ...


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You can use Site Collection Settings Page for this. Site Settings -> Search Settings Here you should update Site Collection Search Center Site Collection Search Results Page Now when a user searches in a particular site the query will go to Search Service Application. The application will get results only for that site and pass the result back to ...


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Check Search Query Tool out... There you can see all properties of the returning results. You can refine by path or something like that, to narrow down your results.. Not tested Query, but something like that should to it... Path<>"\\fileserver\folderA" Remember: If you want to refine or sort some properties, you have to configure the Managed ...


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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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Hi and thanks a lot for having replying. I "want" to create a specific search (with a own display template) for a subsite of a site collection. Possible ? I saw I can do it with a search site (base or entreprise) but my requests will concern the entire site collection. Best regards.


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Out of the box it's not possible to copy permissions between site collections. You can copy permissions programmatically, as explained in How To Copy Permissions Between Site Collections However, it's considered a best practice to make a security group in Active Directory and add that security group to each of the site collections. Then all you need to do ...


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Based on MSDN https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/microsoft.office.server.search.query.toocomplexqueryexception.aspx Represents an exception that is thrown when there are too many results for this query. I believe the wildcard ABC-123-X* returns too many results.


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


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Generally you create one search center and link it to the Search Service Application as the global search center. In the pages library of that site collection you create your custom pages. So this is where your page should be. Now, having said that, it really depends on your business case and what you are trying to do. I have clients with search pages all ...


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If you don't use eDiscovery, you can safely disable the "eDiscovery In-Place Hold Processing" Timer Job in Central Administration. Navigate to Central Admin > Monitoring > Review job definitions and find the eDiscovery In-Place Hold Processing. Open it and disable it and the Event 6398 stops throwing errors at you. Source: SharePoint event log- ...


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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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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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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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Removing a server that contains a search topology component can affect future search activities. The extent of that effect depends on the farm search topology. We recommend that you remove or relocate any search topology components from a server before removing the server from the farm. If you remove a server that hosts a crawl component, no index files are ...


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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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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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Have you checked the "Hide physical URLs from search" checkbox on the publishing pages? Check this: http://blog.mastykarz.nl/wcm-tip-20-hide-physical-urls-search-working-managed-navigation/


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Running Index Reset seems to do the trick. Feel free to comment if you know lighter way.


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Just figured it out. I needed to add "SharePoint Server Standard Site Collection features" to site collection features for each site.


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I had same issue. When reviewing the crawled properties, I saw 2 crawled properties were created but only the managed property for the problem result was generated. I manually created the managed property mapped to the 2nd crawled property, added to my display template, and ran a full crawl so now only label displays in result. The two crawled properties ...


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Search queries cannot return null values. If a value is null it is not included in the index. You have to find another approach or use Content Enrichment to detect the null value and set a second fields value indicating that your value is Noll. This is one case were Search Query is not like SQL.


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Agnes Molnar has your answer. http://www.itunity.com/article/filter-empty-values-search-693 For example, I wanted to exclude all expired items without excluding items that have no expiration date. So based on the referenced example, I added: -ExpirationTime:1900-01-01..{Today-1} So any result that does have an expiration date, and whose expiration date ...


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function getQuery(group) { return Srch.ScriptApplicationManager.get_current().queryGroups[group].dataProvider.$2_3; } function getDefaultQuery() { return getDefaultQuery("Default"); }


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I struggled with this error for over a week trying everything I could find out on the internet and no luck. I did expand disk space and reset the index and it still did not work, so I rebooted the crawl server, reset the index and everything worked fine. I hope this helps.


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I struggled with this error for over a week trying everything I could find out on the internet and no luck. I did expand disk space and reset the index and it still did not work, so I rebooted the crawl server and everything worked fine. I hope this helps.



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