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The search in the osssearchresults.aspx happens by passing the parameters via URL. If you check the search URL of a site2 after clicking on the Search button, the url is like as follows: http://<Server>/sites/site2/_layouts/15/osssearchresults.aspx?u=</sites/site2>&k=<Searchword> Now u=</sites/site2> is getting changed in every ...


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Rather than send your uses to the useless OSSSearch Page, why not just configure the Site Collection to send them to your search center. This way you will get results from all sites? Alternatively you can teach them what to expect when searching a list (just list content) a site (just site content) and "everything" all site collections.


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I can't think of a way to do this without custom code in 2010. You might be able to do it in 2013 with a combination of Query Rules and Display Templates, but in 2010 you don't have the User property features out of the box.


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In the search settings for the site collection you need to choose "Enable custom scopes (such as "All Sites") by connecting this site collection with the following Search". Seems you selected "Do not use custom scopes. Use only contextual scopes (such as "This Site"). Display results in the Site" and hence the contextual results.


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A retention policy may do the trick: Library Settings => Information Management Policy settings => Choose Content Type => Enable Retention => Add a Retention stage => Set up your rules http://www.future-processing.pl/blog/retention-policy-in-sharepoint-2013/


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Try the HitHighlightedProperties and the HitHighlightedSummary properties. These should contain the summary information for each hit. You will need to format these values and convert them to HTML (using XSLT, for example). ...


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Yes Sure :) You Could create a Content Source of FILE SHARE type. And give \intern.contoso.com\data as Network Path. Full Crawl the Content Source and your results will be ready. Please check the snapshot for FileShare Content Source option.


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Yes, you can. Crawling file shares is very easy to set up, and permissions are accounted for - so there is no risk that users find information they don't have access to. In Central Admin Search Service Application, add a new Content Source. Specify your file server and set up a schedule. Do a full crawl and you're up and running in no time.


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I think you look at the problem from the wrong view. You actually do want to include allitems.aspx to be crawled but none of the other views. To make this work you need to make a crawl rule that includes allitems.aspx as order 1, and an exclusion rule that skips all other views - like this: With this all af your documents are beeing crawled only once, ...


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New custom server columns won't show up as crawled properties until you've populated that column with data and a search has crawled it. So for instance, you create a new list and use your new server columns in that list. You must create a new item in the list and you must populate each new server column field with data (no nulls) and then run a crawl.


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When creating regular expressions for crawl rules you need to include the protocol (http(s)://) So it must start with http:// (https://) then follow by your pattern. Else SharePoint will be kind and add it. I think you are looking for something like this http:///forms/allitems.aspx[?] In case there is a link pointing to allitems.aspx with parameters.


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In order to search on the title is to implement a keyword query with the Title managed property. For example, to search the title for marketing documents, I would enter something like this.Title:"Marketing"


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You can't in 2007. Prefix matching was introduced in 2010. You can try using Search SQL syntax in 2007, but that is deprecated in 2010 and removed in 2013.


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The search results process in 2010 is pretty complicated, it get's easier in 2013. You have to work with XSL, so you should not need to write code. Here is an article I wrote on the process for 2010: http://www.ableblue.com/blog/archive/2011/09/30/take-control-of-search-xsl/


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To be able to search for files with the tif/tiff extension, you need to make sure that you enable the "Windows TIFF filter" from the server manager features. This blogpost explains the steps to take. Make sure to follow the steps and you should be good to go. Search TIFF files in SharePoint 2010 Some additional information from Microsoft about the ...


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Run the following powershell and check if it return show "{}" (NULL) Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceInstance if yes then: $varInstance = Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceInstance -local (assuming only one Search Service Application in the farm) $varSearchApp = get-spenterprisesearchserviceapplication then set search Admin component: ...


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I've had this issue before when the part being searched for is a number with leading zeroes. so 0000100 would not show up in search results by searching for 100. Since we knew the size of ID we just created a dynamic "000100" or "100" query everytime the search was called. So my suggestion is to play with the search operators like ", *, AND, OR etc since ...


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If you can use powershell or any other sharepoint management shells, here is how to get around this problem. First, open the shell, and input this: Get-SPTimerJob job-application-server-admin-service | fl It will show parameters and their values on the console. Find the parameter IsDisabled. If it is true, then (of course) it is disabled. If this is ...


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I assume that the content of your PDF files is also similar. In this case SharePoint automatically tries to remove duplicate hits by removing some of them. This feature can be turned of by unchecking the "Remove duplicate results" property of the Search Core Results web part. This article explains how to do it: ...


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I needed to add <AppPermissionRequest Scope=”http://sharepoint/search” Right=”QueryAsUserIgnoreAppPrincipal” /> to appmanifest.xml to query against the farm. Without setting this permissions, search will only return results from the site the app is installed on.


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I think that i answered the same question here: How to use associate Search Center with Search Box? However, make sure to run powershell as admin, and add the sharepoint cmdlets by typing add-pssnapin microsoft.sharepoint.powershell before trying to update the search center. Make sure that you run the command from the server where Central admin is running. ...


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Your PowerShell cannot find the cmdlet 'Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplication'. You either need to reference the Sharepoint.PowerShell namespace before you call the cmdlet or use the SharePoint Management Shell. Add-PSSnapin -Name Microsoft.SharePoint.Powershell $ssa = Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplication $ssa.SearchCenterUrl = <newURL> ...


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I can only assume that loading more results changes the ranking somehow because more results with different properties are loaded. This behavior should change when you migrate to SP2013...


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No - the results will be security trimmed and you only see what you would see when you directly access a fileshare.


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You could tweak the query text by introducing ContentClass managed property, to retrieve results across all the sites: keywordQuery.QueryText = "contentclass=\"STS_Web\" AND contentclass=\"STS_Site\"";


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The Query Conditions part of the Add Query Rule controls how the {searchboxquery} (the original thing the user typed) gets transformed into {subjectTerms} and {actionTerms}. Are you using Advanced Query Text Match? And which of the options do you have selected to: Assign the entire query to {subjectTerms} Assign match to {subjectTerms], unmatched terms to ...


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Could it be that the problem is the way you construct the 'More' Link? You are using {subjectTerms} in the more link, which is the search terms without the original Action term which fired the special Result Block. So the first page is firing the Query Rule, but the More page isn't. Perhaps using {searchboxquery} in the more link would cause the rule to ...


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Index reset + full crawl of all content sources. http://www.thesysadminhimself.com/2013/08/sharepoint-search-index-partition-degraded.html


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If you clicked the Keyword Filter drop down in the query builder, you would've found the option Only return sites. It adds the following to the Query text: contentclass:STS_Web.


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In the search settings section for the site collection you need to select "Enable custom scopes (such as "All Sites") by connecting this site collection with the following Search". Then use only contextual scopes (such as "This Site"). Original post ...


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Their are many reasons for this issue. You have to check the ULS logs for against that correlation id to get more info.if you have powershell access run the below command on one of the server to get complete trace. Merge-SPLogFile -correlation "7ef88eb0-47d5-4e0f-b5cf-177ebca4a6df" -Path "C:\Error.log" -StartTime "06/25/2014 03:35" - EndTime "06/25/2014 ...


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I am experiencing similar issue but might not be the exact scenario. I have a document where modified date doesnt gets updated when if user modifies the item inside of the excel document. Weird thing is when i open that document library in " Open with explorer mode" It is correctly listing the correct modified date. So after doing lots of research and ...


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we have the same problem at one of our clients. It has nothing to do with date formats etc. The document has the last modified time set to "2012-08-02 13:50:08" (item property which is year-month-day). If i query for the document with the search query tool it returns the raw data for the last modified property "2012-02-08T13:50:00.0000000Z" - and this is ...


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Since you are using Path managed property, here is an example how to configure a search query to exclude a specific site from a search results: {searchTerms} Path<>https://contoso.sharepoint.com/project where Project is a name of site we would like to exclude. Some more examples how to configure search query to exclude a specific site from search ...


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This is how the search in SharePoint works, if you want to include partial matches you need to use prefix matching, that is adding a * at the end of your word like( searching United) Uni* Note that SharePoint does NOT support suffix matching, like *Uni This will not work as expected SharePoint search not showing any results when searching partial name ...


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In SharePoint 2013, If you configure the search services application(which i am sure you did). You need to configure the Query suggestions.To add phrases that you want the search system to always or never suggest to users as they start typing a query, you have to create one or several text files that contain these phrases, and then import the files into the ...


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There is no SharePoint built in feature called "NrbReleaseSearch Feature". My guess is that it is some custom feature deployed to your site. You can see this link to see a list of all the built in features of SP 2010.


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Thanks for the response Supermode! So I finally got it to work! Not sure what did it, I changed the "Scope" in the locations settings for the search core results web part to the name of the new scope (I had URL of the library I wanted to be scoped previously). And the issue with none of the items being "available" in the "Search Scopes" menu disappeared ...


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We had the same issue and it is a bug that is fixed in Service Pack 1.


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try that using the logical operators or and and! \"Keyword1\"" + " OR " + "\"Keyword2\""; \"Keyword1\"" + " AND " + "\"Keyword2\""; from msdn KQL operators for complex queries KQL syntax includes several operators that you can use to construct complex queries. Boolean operators You use Boolean operators to broaden or narrow your search. ...


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You need to create search scope to target specific library. Here is a video tutorial in how to do it. http://www.bentedder.com/create-a-search-scope-for-a-sharepoint-2010-list-or-library/ Hope any helps


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Answering my own question, hopefully this will help someone in need:- Get your search farm status using following command Get-SPEnterpriseSearchStatus -ServiceApplication "name of your SSA" Get all the reference for modifying the search topology. $ssa = Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplication $active = Get-SPEnterpriseSearchTopology ...


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Yes you can remove the Current Index partition and add a new one. When you add a new index partition, the search index has to be repartitioned. Depending on the size of the search index, this repartitioning can take several hours to complete. To add an index partition and repartition the search index, you add a new index component to the search topology and ...



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