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Your approach look ok Create a new site collection (this will be easier to maintain, backup, restore etc) Create those three lists Create result sources at site collection level. These sources will give you the exact results you are looking for (You can use KQL queries) Create display templates to display result in a better format Use Content Search ...


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You can use metadata navigation for this on the default AllItems.aspx and other views. Enable it on List Settings and Choose the Created or Modified field (or a custom Person field if you like). It's an Out of the box feature.


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Open powershell and make sure Session State Service is active Get-SPSessionStateService Then enable it using Enable-SPSessionStateService –DefaultProvision Check web configuration files and make sure following entry is present <add name="Session" type="System.Web.SessionState.SessionStateModule" /> Another work around is to Disable and then ...


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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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If you are using custom master page and if you have publishing feature enabled. You need to check the option Reset master page inhering all sites and sub sites" under master page. Also try switching the master page to default and then to custom and try the scenario.


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It looks like it is. Have you seen this article referenced by Bob and Max? http://blogs.msdn.com/b/murads/archive/2012/10/11/utilizing-web-apps-2010-to-get-powerpoint-previews-of-sharepoint-2010-content-from-sharepoint-2013-search.aspx There is a lot of Display Template work involved, but it appears that you create a display template that uses the 2010 ...


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You can do it in a couple places, it makes the most sense to me to include these as search exclusion rules within CA. This helps trim down your index, making it more relavent. This would be done by creating rules that exclude content like *://*allitems.aspx*. If you are doing this on a search results page, you'd do it like Steve Mann demonstrates in this ...


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After some more research I have found out the solution. You need to write SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges(delegate(), as no user would be found while accessing SharePoint site in this ISAPI wcf service, so RunWithEvelatedPrivileges would help to perform access. try { string siteurl = SPContext.Current.Web.Url; ...


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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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We discovered that it was an issue with the separator used in the compound claims. We were using | (pipe) as the field separator. The claim was something like contoso|user|1234 The suspicion is on the content side, the encoded value for the pipe was stored (as evidenced in examining the claim values in the permissions) but during crawl/gatherer/processing an ...


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This is kind of expected behavior, Antiviruse(file-Level AntiVirus) scan cause a lot of issue if you forget to exclude certain folders from scanning. I recently witness an issue in our farm where i forget to exclude the sync folder and User Profile Sync took 18 hours for incremental. Not only exclude the search account folder but you have to exclude all ...


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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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It looks like someone had messed with the content sources. I added the newsfeed URL back to content sources and started a crawl and just like magic, conversations started showing in the results. I think the "Trending Tags" issue is not related.


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Bingo! I have the same and exact issue in my stand alone server, but unlucky I could not fix the issue following the same article. You can view my comment at the bottom. Am re-phrasing it again:- Application Management-->Service Applications-->Manage service application. Once i click on Manage service application i can view the list of services, and am ...


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I managed to fix this error by following these steps: Stop the Windows SharePoint Services Timer service (Found in Windows Services) Navigate to the cache folder In Windows Server 2008, the configuration cache is in the following location: Drive:\ProgramData\Microsoft\SharePoint\Config Locate the GUID folder that has the file "Cache.ini" (Note: The ...


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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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Create a custom Filter based on the OOB MultiField one. Split the filters into new filters, instead of hex use the actual plain text value. I have described everything here: https://hyankov.wordpress.com/2014/12/15/sharepoint-2013-refiner-multi-value-contains-instead-of-an-equals/


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Check the metadata that is held within the documents that are being returned in the search results. If these are Office files, such as a word document, you can see the metadata properties by opening it up in MS Word and looking for Info under the File ribbon tab. If there is a Title present in the document metadata properties, SharePoint may give this ...


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Did you do a full crawl? In order to get a new property in the search results you need to do the following: Create a column and fill it at least with one value Do a full crawl Create a managed property and map the crawled property to it Do a full crawl Verify the xml results and see if the property is filled. See ...


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Check the Mapping of Managed metadata and Crawled properties.


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If this is only for a single list, I would just add a content editor Web part on the page and use javascript to modify the selected option in the drop down list with the search scopes. Unfortunately I do not have access to SP right now to give you the required code but it is pretty basic.


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A Full Crawl can be triggered from a few things. Stopping an incremental crawl restoring or adding databases crawl account is changed Change log does not contain URL's being crawled full crawl never completed You have to complete a full crawl before any incremental can run again.


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I discovered there are a number of things you have to check out. Provision User Profile Service and Synchronization (I did this) Configure My Sites with self-service site creation Provision the Search Service Application (I did this) Grant Service application service identity privileges to search for people and profiles inside the UPS (go to Manage service ...


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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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I solved this by ticking "optimize for frequent use" in the Result Type. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/6bfc629c-e388-43d6-9670-4d9219591eed/managed-metadata-property-not-visible-in-search-api-display-template?forum=sharepointsearch You can also test with the "Ultimate diagnostic display template" found here: ...


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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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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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Seems like you can’t add a new index partition component when the existing one is failing: http://blogs.technet.com/b/peter_dempsey/archive/2013/04/11/sharepoint-2013-unable-to-change-topology-when-generation-controller-is-not-active.aspx So this is my steps to delete and create a new search service application with the excisting databases: Find database ...


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A quick google search seems to have found what you require: http://jassimkhan.blogspot.ca/2010/10/implement-cascading-dropdown-in.html This utilizes some custom javascript to handle the dependent drop-down functionality you are after. It also requires you build an additional list to reference values from.


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You can handle the OnPreRender handler. Here is a pseudo code you can try with ctx.OnPreRender = preRenderHandler; function preRenderHandler(ctx) { //Get the Page's user is following here //Remove the result here by accessing ctx.ListData.ResultTables[0].ResultRows } While retrieving Followed pages data you should hold back the call by ...


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From what you described I think you should use Content Search Web Part. It enables you to specify query (result source). http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj679900(v=office.15).aspx


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Funnily enough I had the same issue today. But it resolved after I removed all Content Sources and cleared the index and tried setting up a crawl.


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Try use the Search Query Tool (https://sp2013searchtool.codeplex.com/) - open advanced mode on the left side and click the checkbox. Then do a search for your item. Then in primary results click on "view all properties" and verify that your property is in the collection and what value it contains.


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I would crawl the list (best case is create a new content type for the list item.) Then create a display template that shows the details you prefer and associate a Result Type rule for the content type to show the display template.


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I have encountered issues with this recently myself on at a Yammer question. You can try to clear the SharePoint Config Cache to resolve it. See http://blogs.technet.com/b/sp/archive/2013/05/29/clear-sharepoint-config-cache-with-powershell.aspx for code on this. Code copied from the above post: Add-PSSnapin -Name Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell ...


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I solved this by replacing text in search text box and replacing keydown function search action... Here is code: //Function to Change default behavior of SearchBox function FixSearchBox() { var theSearchBox = $('#SearchBox input'); var defaultSearchText = "Search this site"; var preferredSearchText = "Search ...


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One option that comes to my mind is using jQuery. On page load check if the search box has any values, based on that Show/Hide the results. Something like jQuery(document).ready(function(){ var searchValue = jQuery('#searchboxid').val(); if(searchValue == null || searchValue == '' || searchValue == 'Search...') { jQuery('#webpartid').hide(); ...


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I am trying to get the same thing accomplished and the best I have been able to find while still using a data view is to use an HTML form web part. It doesn't work as an actual search, as in you have to type the exact value in for it to return a result. This doesn't work in my situation, possibly could for yours. My alternative that I am working on now is ...



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