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  • Blog Post: Server Name Mapping and Alternate Access Mapping (AAM)

    Alternate Access Mapping (AAM) and Server Name Mapping are two features SharePoint provides to alter the URLs returned in search results - a common practice used by many companies for their internal and external users. Both features are available in both the out of the box search in SharePoint 2010 and...
  • Blog Post: How to: Mine the ULS logs for query latency

    Tracking query latencies can be made easier through the use of the products ULS logs.   Below you will find information on how to enable the specific ULS traces as well as information for how to parse the logs.  The primary usage of this information is to monitor the ongoing health of...
  • Blog Post: Announcing Faceted Search v2.5

    Starting Faceted Search 2.5, the solution relies on Microsoft Enterprise Library to address common software requirements in caching, logging, exception handling, policy injection etc., etc. More importantly, the 2.5 is a ground breaking release that is setting new targets for the Faceted Search. So,...
  • Blog Post: Understanding Total Hits & Paging in the MOSS 2007 Search API

    One of the more discussed topics I’ve seen (and struggled with myself) is around the concept of obtaining the total number of hits in a search results when working with the MOSS API. For instance, when I search for “sales forecast” in my SharePoint site, I want to not only see a set...
  • Blog Post: Search Relevance Tuning

    Changing the advanced relevance settings for Search Server 2008 and SharePoint Server 2007 (such as the global ranking parameters, property weights and property length normalization) isn't something that you'll want to do without a lot of thought, planning and testing. And in the vast majority of cases...
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