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Create Crawl Schedule in SharePoint 2010

Posted By:Jean Paul       Posted Date: December 30, 2012    Points: 200    Category: SharePoint    URL: http://www.dotnetspark.com  

In this article we can explore how to create a crawl schedule for the Search in SharePoint 2012
 

In this article we can explore how to create a crawl schedule for the Search.

 Following are the steps involved:

1.  Open Central Administration web site as shown below:




2.  Click on the Manage service applications link as highlighted above:




3.  Click on the Search Service Application as highlighted above:




4.  Click on the Content Sources link as highlighted above:




5.  Click on the Local SharePoint sites cell and in the page on the right side you can see the Crawl Schedules.




You can see two item: Full Crawl and Incremental Crawl

Full Crawl


To start with we have to use Full Crawl.  This will be time consuming and provides the starting point for Incremental Crawls.  Full Crawl replaces all existing crawl contents regardless they have changed or not.

Incremental Crawl


These are faster crawls as they crawl only modified crawls.  A Full Crawl has to be performed previously to do the Incremental Crawl.

6.  Use the Create Schedule link to create a new Crawl Schedule




7.  Enter the details in the appearing dialog and click the OK button




8.  Click the OK button on the page




You can see that the site is reflected with the new crawl schedule:




References

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/full-and-incremental-crawls-in-microsoft-office-sharepoint-server-2007-search.aspx

Summary


 In this article we have seen how to create a crawl schedule.


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