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Currently when a user attempts to conduct an advance search they recieve a page not found message. When I tried to conduct a search myself I was able to enter in my search term, but the search results came up as page not found. On closer inpection I noticed
that it is droping part of the URL.
Has anyone seen this before? Any help would be greatly appreaciated.
See requirement examples below.... any suggestions / ideas are helpful....
I am using SQL server 2005 and I have a limitation that I should not use full text search.
I have a table with nvarchar(100) column which holds data. Users will enter search terms on text box with predefined grammar. See examples below.....
1. BEFORE operator
"intersection before(n) car" finds intersection when it precedes car by n terms, where n is the nearness value
2. NEAR operator
"intersection near(n) car" finds intersection within n terms of car, where n is the nearness value
Is it possible to get the most clicked pages in the search result of Advanced Search. If Yes, Please provide me the steps on how to get the desired result. A reference url will be helpfull.
I'm trying to understand how to get the best experience for our Sharepoint 2010 users, in terms of searching. I'd like them to be able to make changes to a list, then do a query on their site, and get a search result that accurately reflects the changes
they just made.
I've set the full search to None, and the incremental search to every 5 minutes. That does have the effect I'd expect. However, I don't think it's reasonable to ask the users to wait 5 minutes for any changes to be reflected in the list they are editing.
How can I improve this behavior?