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Sharepoint 2010 FAST Template Web Parts Documentation (refinement panel)

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 13, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
I am trying to create a prototype for a sharepoint 2010 site for my team and I am working with the FAST Template (out of the box). I am implementing the "Search" Web parts that Include: Refinement Panel, Related Queries, Search Action Links but all of them ask for a refinement schema. I am looking for documentation on this on the MSDN site and I cannot find nothing that really is helping me out. For example, this is the Refinement Panel Caption property for the "Refinement Panel" web part:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
  <Category    Title="Result Type"    Description="The file extension of the item"    Type="Microsoft.Office.Server.Search.WebControls.ManagedPropertyFilterGenerator"    MetadataThreshold="5"    NumberOfFiltersToDisplay="4"    MaxNumberOfFilters="0"    SortBy="Frequency"    SortDirection="Descending"    SortByForMoreFilters="Name"    SortDirectionForMoreFilters="Ascending"     ShowMoreLink="True"    MappedProperty="FileExtension"    MoreLinkText="show more"    LessLinkText="show fewer">
    <CustomFilters MappingType="ValueMapping" DataType="String" ValueReference="Absol

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I wonder if anyone has seen this...

Using Sharepoint Designer 2010, try to customize the refinement panel in a search results page to show a managed property.

a. with an existing or new refinement panel added to the results page, right click and modify the webpart's "Filter Category Definition" [In my case I simply changed the title of the first category]

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