under the "Search Administration" i can see, that the "Server status xxxxx : D: 746GB" is 746GB. What exactly does the 746GB mean? Its funny, because our Content is between 80-100GB.
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i'm trying to develop a WebSpider that retreives data related to "Sports" from twitter, Facebook and other sites/blogs, to diplay it all in my page.
is there any possbility to extract this information si can log it in a Database for exemple ?
Thank you for your usual help
This seems to be a bug when the crawler search the user profiles in MOSS 2007. When crawled, user profiles with a SPS-HireDate in the months of January, April, August and December will be detected, but a full-text (SQL) search returns those profiles
without the HireDate field.
User profiles with HireDates in other months work correctly, returning the HireDate in the search. And changing the month of a problematic user profile also fixes the problem.
This problem is also reflected in the fact that while we have 499 user profiles using the SPS-HireDate property, the managed property page from the search section only has 350 items with the HireDate property.
We're running MOSS 2007 32bit with SP2 with an English language base and the Spanish language pack. I'd considered date format problems, but I can't imagine how some months would work, while others wouldn't.
i did some research in the forum before posting, but i can't seem to find a real solution for my problem, even though there are many threads discussing similar or maybe even the same problem. I will describe the problem in short, and then if someone can
help me out and needs more info i can give more details etc.
So, i am new in my enterprise, and also to "real" informatics (recently graduated master 2) and i am supposed to administer the internal IT of the company. The SharePoint expert of my company just changed job, so i was kinda hired to replace him. The problem
is, i have limited experience with SharePoint, just had my 70-630 yesterday but i am no expert.
The problem with our SharePoint is that the search won't work(doh!). The crawler is working fine, we get things indexed etc, but then searches return nothing. I tried playing with scopes but as far as i can see, it's not that. What's weird is that apparently
the search worked fine at some point in the past, then just mysteriously stopped. I discussed with the ex-admin and we tried to fix it, but we couldn't get it working.
I am kinda stuck, don't know where to look and which settings i need to check, on what le
I have setup an external data type pointing to a SQL Database with just over 8 million records. I need share point to be able to search these records so I setup a crawler but it only indexes 1,000,002 it does report 1 error (which happens near the
beginning of indexing) but that error won't display when going through the errors screen. The crawler has indexed data as I do get some search results back. Is there a limit on the amount of data a crawler will process?
Do apologize is this is obvious but I am only just learning sharepoint.
I think my question is not so well formulated, so let me explain:
In the advanced search web part, it possible to add a filter on the language of the results. By default the list of language proposed to end-users is English, French, German and some others.
When editing the properties of that web part, it is possible to modify that list to propose different languages (in "Languages" element of the xml).
BUT you can only choose from the languages previously defined ("LangDefs" element).
What I would like to do is to add/install a new language definition, because the language I am interested in is not listed under "LangDefs".
Obviously, just editing the XML won't do the trick.
From what I understood, language of documents in automatically detected by IFilter when crawling documents.
So, do I need a new IFilter for my specific language?
I justed installed the language pack for SharePoint, so maybe it also includes the new IFilter?
And when correct crawler is installed, where do I find the LangDef information (including custom id for the language, that is not standard language id)?
I hope someone here is able to help me.
Many thanks in advance!
I want to write code that when Who are Searched words in engines search,
If words were similar Contents of My website come to my website,
But, don't know how should write it?
Please, every body knows, assist me
I'm moving our SharePoint Server 2007 32-bitÃÂ to a 64-bitÃÂ on Windows Server 2008, using this white paper
ÃÂ I have successfully joined 64-bit Sharepoint server on Win serv. 2008 to existing farm.
My current farm topology:
Exchange 2003 - mail server
SQL 2005 - database server
MOSS2007 32bit on Win2003 server 32bit- web/app server
MOSS2007 64bit on Win2008 server 64bitÃÂ - web/app server
I've installed FAST Search for SharePoint 2010 on Windows 2008 R2 with SQL 2008 R2 as database server. When we try to crawl on the file share content by using SharePoint's crawler, it takes very long time to complete. Even for a folder having
a small number of files (<10), it will take 10 hours to complete.
We have a MOSS site which have basic authentication enabled, everything is working fine except sharepoint search.
We have investigated and found that if basic authentication is implemented then sharepoint crawler cannot access the site and wont work.
is there any way to resolve this issue.
Our MOSS environment :
MOSS 2007 SP1.
Windows 2008 server.
The crawler on the top right corner of the page in the header area is not working. Search box drop down has "This site: Intranet" and type-in search box to the right of it. It returns 0 results for any search. In admin consoles application
setting search area the url was changed and the site was recrawled, no change.
Now on the welcome page there is a advanced search web part which works correctly. In site actions I set the search scope for the site.
How can I get "This site: intranet" search to crawl the site correctly? Is there something else that needs to be changed since the site went from http to https?
Thanks in advance for any assistance.