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Is there a way of making the Fixed Keyword Query in search core web part to get the current user login (Author:{CurrentUser}).

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I wish there was a builtin way to do that, but there is not. You will need to write a custom Web Part which inherits from CoreResultsWebPart. You can then use the QueryManager object to change the value of the query.

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  • Good answer, although there doesn't seem to be a QueryManager object in CoreResultsWebPart. Overwriting the FixedQuery property will do it. – Jasper Jul 11 '12 at 8:11
  • Update (struggling with it myself): there is a SharedQueryManager.GetInstance property which let's you retrieve a SharedQueryManager object. That one has a QueryManager object to influence the query. – Jasper Jul 11 '12 at 11:38
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You can use fixed keyword query in core search results web part. Just modify the web part and enter your query in the relevant property.

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  • That wasn't the question, the question was if he could add something like [Me] or Current User to the fixed field, which can't be done apparantly. – Jasper Jul 10 '12 at 15:30

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