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How to use Query rules and display templates to detect the intent of your users
Hi, I'm pretty sure you have tried to search in Google or Bing the answer to a math operation, and you got an instant result that matches exactly that. When you read about this scenario,talking about SharePoint 2013 , " A search result, suggestion, or recommendation is more relevant when...
15 Dec 2012
How to: Programmatically read the ChangeLog in PowerShell
Hi, When I was working to get powershell scripts from MSDN samples to get/set information, I created too one for reading the changelog. It was a bit tricky to build, but I manage to port Querying for specific changes to PowerShell. You can review the changelog API in the Microsoft SharePoint Developer...
5 Jun 2009
How to: Programmatically Manage the Crawl of a Content Source in PowerShell
Hi, If you have read my previous post you may think, why did you stop there? Well, that is what I thought too :), and started with this article from MSDN. We wanted to start managing the crawling of our content source more programmatically, as we have seen that running several at the same time...
31 Mar 2009
How to: Programmatically Export the Crawl History to a CSV File in PowerShell
Hi, When I came across the article at MSDN How to: Programmatically Export the Crawl History to a CSV File I thought I would never create such a tool just for that specific feature, as you end up with additional requirements in order to create an admin tool. But today I needed to get data from...
31 Mar 2009
Application Pages BreadCrumb and how world is connected
Hi, Sometimes I wonder how different people get the same results with no communication between them. History has many examples: calculus , radio , ...so seems it is the other way round: we usually work at the same time trying to solved the same problems. Working on my Search Extensions project...
28 Apr 2008
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