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Feb
18
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Feb
18
comment Group Management “Custom Site template”
I've updated the answer to reflect on that.
Feb
18
revised Group Management “Custom Site template”
Extended the answer to the OP's question
Feb
16
answered Group Management “Custom Site template”
Feb
16
comment Content search and content type
Could it be that your Result Set definition is too limiting? Maybe you could paste the query from the result set in here so we can have a look?
Feb
15
comment SharePoint 2013 - Search results web part - how to display page title instead of page filename
Did you check the configuration of the Title managed property? Maybe it's mapped to the wrong crawled properties or maybe the order of mapped crawled properties was changed to make an item's name (FileLeafRef?) more important than it's Title.
Feb
15
comment Content search and content type
If you edit the Content Search Web Part and switch to Advanced Mode, what's your query saying on the TEST tab in the Query Test box?
Feb
15
comment Hierarchical Refiner User Profile Property
I can confirm that this feature isn't included in SharePoint. Not in SP2010, nor in FAST for SharePoint, SP2013 or SP2016. For one customer we've built a solution by creating a custom crawled property that was filled using a pipeline extension in FAST Search for SharePoint 2010. This was then rendered by some custom javascript that created the tree filter. In SP2013 (and SP2016 since Search hasn't changed much) there are other options, because a refinement filter is defined by an FQL query. DIQA's Semantic Search Webparts are built using this: diqa-pm.de/en/Semantic_Search_Webparts
Aug
27
comment sp2013: error: Your changes conflict with those made concurrently by another user
This really saved me, thanks for the suggestion. I was using a custom control to update a property bag value on a page each time the user saved this (publishing) page. I used SystemUpdate() to update the item, which worked fine as long as the save/check-in/publish button was used for the postback of the page. However, when an editor uses a Summary Links web part for instance, all interactions with this web part cause postbacks and my SystemUpdate() was causing conflicts. The solution was as simple as you state: just leave out the update as the item will be updated anyway! Great suggestion :)
Sep
15
revised Deleting all the items from a large list in SharePoint
Updated to include ServerRelativeUrl, as pointed out by Ajay.
Sep
1
comment Fast Search - Managed Metadata field stores whole hierarchy of terms
The Guids that have a preceding 0 are the actual terms you selected. In your example, the first and second Guid are actually the same, but the second one has a preceding 0. This tells you that this was an actually selected term while the third and final guid is one of the parent nodes. This is why/how you can do searches without the preceding 0 to get all results that match the given term or any of its children, or with the preceding 0 to get results specifically tagged with the given term. More on this subject: msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff625182
Aug
27
answered Deleting all the items from a large list in SharePoint
Mar
7
answered How to remove Default “Document” CT from custom document Library
Feb
26
answered What is PropSet in crawled property?
Sep
12
awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
15
answered BDC Entity with TypeDescriptor System.String[] gives errors when crawling
Mar
11
comment Not working following code
Also, you tagged your question with 2010, but refer to Microsoft.SharePoint.Publishing version 12.0.0.0. What SharePoint version are you using? If it's 2010, you probably want to use Microsoft.SharePoint.Publishing, Version=14.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c
Mar
11
comment Not working following code
What templates do you want to use for your subsites?
Mar
11
answered Not working following code
Oct
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