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accepted SharePoint 2013 Search Query syntax for “Starts With” for whole term with multiple words
Dec
16
comment SharePoint 2013 Search Query syntax for “Starts With” for whole term with multiple words
Thanks for that Mikael. I always seem to find the missing functionality... I am creating a custom web part for this using the Search API so I will just do some additional, non-Search, filtering on the Search results. That should be simpler than additional fields or Content Enrichment. Thanks for your input.
Dec
16
asked SharePoint 2013 Search Query syntax for “Starts With” for whole term with multiple words
Nov
27
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
31
asked Search Document Properties but not contents
Jul
15
comment Creating the illusion of dynamically provisionable Web Part Zones
Hi, did you ever come up with a suitable solution for this?
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awarded  Curious
Mar
25
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
9
revised How to re-use existing Search Results from a separate custom web part?
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Mar
8
asked How to re-use existing Search Results from a separate custom web part?
Jan
30
accepted Custom Ribbon Actions/Commands for SharePoint 2013 HTML Editor
Jan
30
comment Custom Ribbon Actions/Commands for SharePoint 2013 HTML Editor
Thanks for this, that's a great find. I'll definitely give it a go.
Jan
26
accepted Display Related Items Based On Search Context
Jan
26
comment Display Related Items Based On Search Context
Thanks for the response. I was reading the whole thing and was thinking to myself that actually we could do this in JavaScript and call the Search API manually ourselves. And then you suggested that approach yourself right at the end. I think that is probably the best approach for us. Thanks again.
Dec
18
comment SharePoint 2013 Return and/or Filter On Query Formulae Result Values
Well I hope to look into this again at some point so I'll let you know if I crack it. Cheers.
Dec
17
comment SharePoint 2013 Return and/or Filter On Query Formulae Result Values
Would love someone to prove me wrong by the way ;0)
Dec
17
comment SharePoint 2013 Return and/or Filter On Query Formulae Result Values
"Should be". So we have access to each item's longitude and latitude number from the search index. We can use JavaScript client-side to work out the proximity distance for each item. We can then build a refiner's visuals based on those grouped proximities. The problem is it's not possible to query the search index on that proximity value - 1) because it doesn't exist in the search index and 2) because you can't generate dynamic managed properties on the fly. To me it seems like a feature only Microsoft can implement. i.e. enhance the built-in geolocation features and provide the refiner.
Dec
16
accepted How to Bypass Output Cache in SharePoint 2007 Publishing Internet site
Dec
16
accepted SharePoint 2010 HTML Editor to use P not Div
Dec
16
accepted Getting the HtmlEditor control to work on a SharePoint 2007 Application Page