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The Search Engine for Your Business: Part 1

Introduction It has been a while since I’ve hit the blogosphere. During that time I had the pleasure of presenting a search webinar speaking about SharePoint 2013 search. Not only did I learn that presenting for a webinar was much different than presenting in front of a room of people, I also realized that the […]

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SharePoint 2013 Search & Social: Webinar Recap & Replay

Yesterday, we hosted a SharePoint 2013 webinar that covered the new search and social features. Will Tseng, a senior technical consultant within Perficient’s SharePoint practice, and Rich Wood, director of Perficient’s national SharePoint practice, teamed up to talk about two of their favorite topics. In the first half of the webinar, Will discussed key components of designing […]

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SharePoint 2013 – Search not displaying all results

Scenario: While building a search based application in SharePoint 2013, I observed a behavior which I thought was quirky. A page on a publishing site had a Search Results web part and a Content by Search web part. While configuring them, I set them to have the same query and result source. Expected result would’ve […]

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SP2013 Search: Workaround for People Result Sorting

So I was getting some unexpected behavior (as in just not working!) when I tried to apply sorting to people search from the peopleresults.aspx page through the query builder. I hadn’t had any issues sorting on my other result sources but people results were proving to be stubborn. To reproduce, try going to your People […]

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SP2013 Search–Content Type Managed Property in Queries

Not the right effect? Very short and sweet this time, hopefully will help those who happen on this page for this common issue. In the Query Builder, you can create a query using using fields or managed properties. A common field that users will use for creating a fielded search is Content Type. However, as […]

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SP2013 Search Display Templates Semi-Deep Dive

If you’ve stumbled around display templates in SharePoint 2013 Search, you’ve probably run into these following JavaScript do-dads: ctx.RenderBody(ctx)  -> (standard search results Display Template) ctx.RenderBody(ctx)   -> (hover panel Display Template) ctx.RenderFooter(ctx)  -> (hover panel Display Template) ctx.RenderHeader(ctx) –> (hover panel Display Template) You can find these methods on items such as Item_Default.html, Item_PDF.html, Item_Word.html, […]

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SharePoint 2013 Web Content Management: Webinar Recap & Replay

Last week, we hosted a webinar on SharePoint 2013’s web content management capabilities, “Manage Your Web Content with SharePoint 2013 Mobility and Search.” Speaker Travis Nielsen divided the presentation into three topics: Design, Publish, and Engage. He quickly dove into designer and developer enablement in SharePoint 2013, followed by a demonstration. From there, Travis gave […]

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SharePoint 2013 VM Guidance

SharePoint 2013 has been out for a little over a month now, and during that time I’ve had the chance to play with it in several environments and get a feel for how it performs.  The blog is a follow-on to my previous blog post regarding SharePoint and Virtual Machine (VM) Performance.  In that post, […]

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What’s New in SharePoint 2013? Let’s ask the experts…

SharePoint 2013 (or “Wave 15” as we unabashed Microsoft fanboys have been calling it) has been in public beta for a little over two weeks now, and we’re starting to see some more discussion of new features and functions around the web.  Our own Microsoft blog is no exception. A number of our customers have […]

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SP2013 Search Quickie: Create/Map a new Managed Property

SharePoint 2013 gives us a lot of new options when it comes to creating new Managed Properties for Search. Luckily there’s only a single Search Service Application to deal with with SP2013 and the process in UI is fairly straightforward. In your Search Service Application, find the “Search Schema” in the left hand navigation under […]

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