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I need to crawl update of newly created/updated documents within document libraries. My understanding says i need to create the new content source and associate the crawls.. and newly created and updated documents would be crawled in the next sceduled incremental
crawl. But my question is how i can create the dadicated content source for document libraries as the content as there is no such content source type.
Any suggestion or workaround would be greatly appreciated.
I have infoptath form published as content type.
i want to use Fulltext sql query object to perform search in form library, so when i crawl to index the infopath columns as meta data properties, only few columns are mapped however others are not?
All columns contains value.
Any suggestion why is it behaving so weared?
<Entity EstimatedInstanceCount="0" Name="Account">
<Property Name="Title" Type="System.String">name</Property>
<Identifier TypeName="System.String" Name="[accountid]" />
<Property Name="RdbCommandText" Type="System.String">Select [accountid],[accountnumber],[name],[address1_line1],[address1_line2],[address1_line3],[address1_city],[address1_stateorprovince],[address1_postalcode],[address1_country],[emailaddress1],[primarycontactid],[primarycontactidname],[telephone1],[businesstypecodename],[creditlimit],[creditonholdname],[customersizecodename],[customertypecodename],[description],[emailaddress2],[emailaddress3],[fax],[industrycodename],[numberofemployees],[revenue],[statecodename],[statuscodename],[tickersymbol],[websiteurl],[donotbulkemailname],[do
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I have this problem regarding searching within a XML
idea is that my search will be based on the keyword entered
in by the user from a HTML form. the keyword is then used to search all
the nodes and the child nodes within a XML file. once the match
is found, i will have to display the results.
But i don't know how to do so - especially the part of searching xml
anyone help me in this?
thanks in advance
is there any way to search the table name containing a specific data in a given database.
for example, if i have any data, say "Euro" in hand, and i know any of the table in database contain the given value, however i'm not sure which table. So if i can list out the table anyhow containing the data in hand.