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I have a site column named Deal of type Yes/No, now i want to add a refinable for this column. so i went to search >> search schema >> managed properties >> search for a refinable of type Text >> then i tried adding a crawl property named ows_Deal and a crawl property named ows_1_BOOL_Deal as follow:-

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but none of these refinables work inside my refinable web part? any idea? should i create a managed property of type Yes/No instead of relying on the built-in Text type?

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Have you ever wait at least 24 hours?

If so, it seems the refinablestringNN can only map text type of crawled property.

We can create a new managed property for Yes/No field, but it's not refinable.

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  • @Hallofiona_MSFT but which crawl propert i should use ? ows_deal or ows_q_BOOL_deal?
    – John John
    Mar 3 '20 at 13:03
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Use the ows_Deal field. Somewhere in the doc it states to not use the other as it is used for a legacy feature for automatically created managed properties.

I would try mapping it to both Text and Integer types and test to see which result works best for you.

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  • i tried using the ows_q_BOOL_deal but insdie the refiner it showed the values as All,1 & 0 ... so not sure if this is how to suppose to work?
    – John John
    Mar 3 '20 at 13:33
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    That is. 1=Yes 0=No. Try it with ows_Deal. Mar 3 '20 at 13:35
  • @Matthen yes i know that 1 & 0 represents Yes,No but this is not user friendly, will try the other CP.. thanks
    – John John
    Mar 3 '20 at 13:36
  • i tried ows_deal but i also got the refiner as 1 & 0 .. not sure if i can change this?
    – John John
    Mar 3 '20 at 13:42
  • You may have to create your own refiner template for it to convert 1/0 to "Yes" and "No". Mar 3 '20 at 18:20

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