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In your query, you have "-Path" the minus sign means you're negating the current property. So the first line reads, show items where the path does NOT equal 'siteurl/en-us'. It should probably be: EnglishResultSource1 {searchTerms} contentclass=STS_ListItem_850 Path:siteurl/en-us/ GermanResultSource2 {searchTerms} contentclass=STS_ListItem_850 ...


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You can use query variables to configure queries for search results. In your case, try using query variables of User Profile properties something like {User.<property>}. For example, you might be interested in showing all the pages tagged with certain term, and that term should match user profile property. Hence, resulting query would be: ...


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Would you like to give us more information about your actual implementation? I hope you did not use audiences to achieve this, because this will not work for your requirements. If each document can be accessed by one team only, I would do the following: Create 5 folders (one for each team) For each folder give access to the corresponding team Create your ...


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welcome on SP.SE! The if-modified-since header is just a performance enhancement - it will only fetch the page if it was changed since it fetched it last time. Normally the web crawler uses the date when you start the crawl. If you are on SP2013 you could try the following: ...


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Using self parsing code, I can find my query using : // In a global utility.js file (function () { window.UrlQuery = window.UrlQuery || (function () { var result = { hash: {}, query: {} }; var query = window.location.search.substring(1); var vars = query.split("&"); for (var i = 0; i ...


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It's not. There are two Exchange scenarios. Crawl Exchange Public Folders Exchange eDiscovery - This uses the eDiscovery center to connect to exchange and search (not crawl) specific users. I believe this is actually a federated search as it is probably connecting to the Exchange Search Service. This feature is only available in the eDiscovery Center.


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You can simple modify these CSS class and IDs to bring changes to your SharePoint 2013 Search Textbox. you can modify it according to your needs: /*######################--Sharepoint 2013 Search Box--############################*/ #searchInputBox { background: url('/_catalogs/masterpage/CSS/bg_search.png') no-repeat scroll 0 0; background:#FFFFFF; ...


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Just a wild guess, but have you tried {Request.Cookies("MyCookie")}


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Mostly Public Folders are used to have a common place for Employees to share their Critical Data. Like- Sales info,Pay Slip generation, Common Documents etc Read the below technet to understand the public folder concept: Understanding Public Folders Exchange 2013 – Public Folders – Architecture and also read this one What options for indexing Exchange ...


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Once you install and configured the Lotus notes Connector then SharePoint crawl the content in the Lotus notes Database or individual document(if any). Check the below article will help you understand it. Configure and use the Lotus Notes connector for SharePoint Server 2013 http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262927(v=office.12).aspx


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1st i would check, if i have 40 Million items now or my assumption is in next 2 to 5 years i will cross the 40 Million items. If I have 40 Million Items now, then i would go with large farm without any doubt because If you start with 40 millions their are chances in next 1 to 2 years you will add couple of millions more. In order to avoid the performance ...


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Did you create an Enterprise Search Center or a Basic Search Center. Only the Enterprise template has the Search Verticals preconfigured. SharePoint Search uses word breaking for indexing. Your search for "uper" will not work. You could search for "Sup*" and find the content.


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For displaying the search verticals, you might want to try to check the Search Settings in Site Settings to see what all verticals are there. As far the results are concerned, the search might be retrieving based on exactly equals to condition.


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I dont see an error here - if everything is working, I would ignore it for now.


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You have to develop a custom connector for that (or find someone who does the job for you) - this article is a good starter:http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/ee556429(v=office.15).aspx#ConnectorFramework_SPIndexingConnectors At first you need the connection to the database, then you need to fetch all documents and pass them to the SharePoint ...


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1st thing "You can apply faceted navigation only to publishing sites that use managed navigation." if yes then check below. Navigate to Site settings => Term store management. In the left side column, navigate to Site collection => Product hierarchy. In the tab Intended use, select the checkbox Use this Term Set for Faceted Navigation. Then click Save. ...


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I've found a good approach here: http://www.novolocus.com/2013/12/13/get-the-text-out-of-a-managed-metadata-search-property/


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Deploy a thesaurus You create and maintain the thesaurus file in a file external to SharePoint 2013 before you import it into SharePoint 2013 to make the synonyms available to the search system. You can’t export a thesaurus from SharePoint 2013. If you want to make changes to your synonyms, you have to update the thesaurus file and then redeploy it. Note: ...


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I had the same problem where small .pdf files (less than 1MB in size) were being truncated. I finally found that it was version 1.3 .pdf files that were generated by SQL Server Reporting Services were the issues. I was able to resolve it by using the Adobe iFilter. Details may be found here: ...


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On the click of Show More do something like below. <script type="text/javascript"> function openBasicDialog(Url, Title) { var options = { url: Url, title: Title}; SP.UI.ModalDialog.showModalDialog(options); } </script> <a href="#" onclick="openBasicDialog('qweryt.aspx','PopUp');">Show More</a>


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Take a look at Customize search result types in SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint 2013 Design Manager display templates. You could create a custom display template, perhaps using /_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Search/Item_Default.html as your starting point, and change it so the links open your application page. Then you could create a Result Type ...


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Change the Result Source to "Local SharePoint Results". (You probably selected "All Sources".)


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Did you try to search simply on the content type ID of an "ITEM" which is 0x01 to see if the search returns any results. You can try to search with ContentType={content type NAME} OR ContentTypeId:{content type ID} Refer this link


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First I would perform a full crawl of the content source containing the start address of your site with the content type. Then, I would troubleshoot this by creating a debug search results page and include the ContentType managed property. Make sure the values are what you expect. Use the XSL: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> ...


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There are several things you have to check to be sure that you have configured the properties correctly. Is the User Profile property privacy setting "Everyone"? (If not the search security trimming will not show it.) Is the Managed Property Mapping in the Search Schema correct? (In my instance the People:CellPhone crawled property is mapped to MobilePhone ...


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If you use SharePoint designer to build an external content type you can usually crawl the content as long as you have a Read List and Read Item. You then create a Content Source in the Search Service Application that uses the External Content Type. Your challenge is that while the database contents will get crawled, the crawler won't (as far as I know) ...


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This is an old question, but I'll add my answer anyway for future reference. I believe that the the fields are not displayed correctly because the use of PropertyDef-tag inside the ResultType-tag. The correct tag would be PropertyRef. So instead of this: <ResultType DisplayName="All Results" Name="default"> <KeywordQuery/> ... ...


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You want to change the Search Box Control Template. Look in the Master Page Gallery/Display Templates/Search for the Control_SearchBox.html file. (Depending on the site template you may not have the HTML files. You may have to enable the Publishing feature.) Alternatively you can copy the HTML from another instance of SharePoint and copy it to this folder.


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Not directly an answer to your question, but it is possible to provision Foundation Search with PowerShell. http://blog.falchionconsulting.com/index.php/2013/02/provisioning-search-on-sharepoint-2013-foundation-using-powershell/


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The odd time shows up because FAST tries to automatically create 'bins' to put your search results in when you don't tell it exactly how... You said you have many records that have an uploaded date of 21 and 22 August -- FAST figured out the way that it felt like partitioning your results would be to put them into two separate bins with a dividing line ...


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I think in your refinement panel Xsl, uploaddatedt property is defined as Range Property and not Simple Category. Regarding your first question you already said you have items with that date, So you will get that data only the format that you are getting is weired and to change that you need JavaScript to xsl functions And your next query could be solved ...


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Have you tried something like <xsl:value-of select="ddwrt:FormatDate(@YourDateValue, 1033, 3)"/> 1033 is the Local and 3rd parameter for the format (Format type are available here) And hope the server time is synchronised to the exact time zone. As for the time issue you might need to add 12 hours before saving the value "downloadtime" as SP ...


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The incremental process is dependent on the protocol handler being used. When detecting changes against Sharepoint sites, we use the "Sharepoint 3.0 (sts3) protocol handler". We will first attempt to get changes from the last crawl. We do this through MSDMN.exe process and hit a webservice called sitedatawebservice. Read this article for detailes(this ...


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http://sharepointjournal.com/2014/08/28/sharepoint-2013-last-modifiedchanged-showing-wrong-dates-regional-settings/ Hope this solution helps you. Definetly related to the managed metadata property reading the doc properties modified date instead of the column .


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I have posted the answer here: (explanation its too long to be posted as an answer here) http://www.luisevalencia.com/2014/08/18/fix-double-encoding-bug-aka-sharepoint-display-templates-promoted-results/


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Have you tried viewing the web page in question as the Crawl Account to see what content the RSS View is displaying?


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To achieve the goal, you can go to configure search navigation. Here are the steps for your reference: Go to the Site settings page, click Search Settings under Search. In the section of Configure Search Navigation, click Add Link to add the the following links: 1). Title = Everything; URL = /search/pages/results.aspx 2). Title = People; URL = ...


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Yes you can. Go to Site settings > Site collection Administration > Search Settings on the site where you want to be able to search for everything. ( You have to do the following steps for every sitecollection. ) Set "Search Center URL" to your global search center url. ( url/sites/searchcenter/pages) Uncheck "Use the same results page settings as my ...


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Did you add the managed property mapping in the display template? Look for the tag starting with <mso:ManagedPropertyMaping in the head of the template. You need to add a mapping to your managed property. It should be in the following format: '<current item property name>':'<managed property name>' Yours should be like this: ...


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Contact your SharePoint administrator and make sure that he performs a full crawl. Also check the site settings and make sure your site is enabled to use search.


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If you are able to inject javascript/jquery into the page, then this plugin might work for you: http://bartaz.github.io/sandbox.js/jquery.highlight.html It allows you to highlight content on a page based on the value you give it on input. You can add this to the page via a Content Editor Webpart, display an input field and then when the user hits "Find", you ...


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When you are testing Searching SharePoint it is vital that you look at the URL that is returning your search results. There is this "intermediate" search page "OSSSearch.aspx" that returns "Site Collection Scoped Results" (the scope that is selected when you choose to "Search this site"). When you are on that page you are seeing results from the site ...


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There are several ways, you need to experiment a bit. The one that comes to mind easily is using a Path modifier like "Path:URL Path to the board". You can also use Site, Web and other modifiers depending on how your Farm is configured.



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