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I have a question, When I include a custom managed property which I created mapped to user phone(people:phone) and added it to the people hover display template, I tried both var has_phone = !$isEmptyString($getItemValue(ctx, "WorkphoneCustom")); var has_phone = !$isEmptyString(ctx.CurrentItem.WorkPhone);

I was able to get the managed property values in refiners, but the display template is rendering as null. Any suggestions?

When I debugged, I saw that ctx.current item is not loading with the phonenumber in its properties. Do I need to do any additional steps for loading managedproperty(coming from user profile crawled property) into the current item? Any powershell?

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So I kept trying to add the managed property to the item_personhoverpanel_copy.html. And it kept failing or showing that the ctx.currentitem doesnot have that value. But when I added the managed property to the item_person_copy.html, it has started coming up with value. I guess to add a managed property to hoverpanel display template it needs to be added to the item display template first. However I have the Work phone property now displaying on the display template. Also I was creating the result type copy at site level. Once I created a copy of the result type at site collection level, the property sync message started displaying when editing a display template.

if(has_phone == true) { var encodedVal = Srch.U.getTrimmedProcessedHHXMLString(Srch.U.getMultipleHHXMLNodeValues(hhProps, "Workphone", 5, delimiter), 145); if (Srch.U.e(encodedVal)) { encodedVal = $htmlEncode(Srch.U.getTrimmedString(Srch.U.getUnEncodedMultiValuedResults(ctx.CurrentItem.Workphone, 5, delimiter), 145)) } if (!Srch.U.e(encodedVal)) { infoAvailable = true; if(isExpResult == false) { _#-->
<li id="Workphone"> <div class="ms-srch-hover-subTitle"><h3 class="ms-soften">_#= $htmlEncode(Srch.Res.hp_PeopleItem_Workphone) =#_</h3></div> <div class="ms-srch-hover-text" id="_#= $htmlEncode(id + HP.ids.peopleWorkphone) =#_">Workphone : _#= encodedVal =#_ </div> </li> <!--#_ } _#--> <!--#_ } _#--> <!--#_
}

'Workphone':'Workphone'

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I had the same issue and it was driving me crazy. The solution is quite simple but not so obvious, just make sure you check-in your new design template after you made your changes. As soon as you've done that, it's all good.

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