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In our Search Drop Down box, we define search scopes that appear in the list.ÃÂ (i.e. All sites, custom document libraries, business data catalogs, etc...)
However,ÃÂ for some reasonÃÂ itÃÂ automatically includes an item for every site/sub-site that says "This site: <sitename>".ÃÂ I don't want that in there, because when a user selects that, it will take them to the ossSearchResults.aspx page instead of our custom search center.
So how do I prevent it from adding that item to the list?
I need to deliver source code to client and my boss need to remove all the comments and #region sections from the whole web site source code.
So is there any functionality available in visual studio 2010 or may be in an other 3rd party tool available to do so, which can remove all the #region from all over the source code ?
Otherwise my developers has to do donkey work.... :(( and I don't wish it.
Any help or tips/tricks would be appreciated.
We implement search providers for both Live.com and SharePoint so you can take advantage of either in your own applications.
MSDN Magazine September 2007
One of the user got My owa link in place of my site on the my home page ( go to my site --> my home --> top right corner shows My owa insead of my site ) and he wants to edit that my owa link now. first of all i dont know how he got that
My owa link in the place of my site on my home page. When he surfs any other page than he is getting my site on all other pages. so he is just getting My owa link in place of my site only on the my home page.
At the first glanse, i think it would be master page issue but if that would be the case than it shold apply all the users but this is happening just for one user and we are not using custom master page.
I've got a site 'B' created under site 'A' in SharePoint. When I'm at Site A, I can search and find things that exist in both A&B. However, when I'm in B, the 'highest' search scope I can pick is 'B.' I'd like to be able to select one step higher so
that I can search A&B from any page. Is this possible?
We have Usage Analysis enabled on our employee portal farm. The SSP in this farm crawls all local SharePoint sites and one child farm. When we view search and query reports, one of the site collections (in a dedicated web app) is missing.
All other web apps/site collections appear in the search/query reports. The missing site collection is using the standard search pages and web parts - no customization with the object model that might break usage logging.
Has anyone else ran into this or know the solution?
We have a document library on a site created off of the Report Center site template. We uploaded a Word 2007 document with the word zebra in the text. Using the search bar at the top of the page we selected This list: Our document library and searched for
zebra. We received no results.
We tested the same thing on another site (site template Team site) within the same site collection and search worked fine.
Does the Report Center search function differently then the search functionality on the Team site?
In our SharePoint installation we have an SSP which indexes local office sharepoint server sites.ÃÂ However there is a problem, although we can do portal searches which reveal search results it is not able to doÃÂ local searches at the site collection level and as aÃÂ result we are presented with the typical error below.
No results matching your search were found.
I am unsure as to why this strange event is occuring.ÃÂ We do not have the WSS Search component running in the MOSS environment as the SSP service should be able to index and server search queries at the portal and local site collection level.
Any thoughts to this?