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Using User Context (AKA Segmentation) in Search with SharePoint 2013
Using a context to represent the current user in search was something that we first introduced in FAST Search for SharePoint 2010. If you're interested in how it worked back then you can take a look at this post: http://blogs.technet.com/b/speschka/archive/2009/12/09/using-custom-properties-to-create...
2 Dec 2012
Integrating People Metadata In Content Searches Using Query Rules in SharePoint 2013
Okay, that’s admittedly kind of a long goofy title, so what is Steve talking about here? Well, let me phrase it this way – a few days ago I saw a question flying around that went something like this: I have folks that work for different departments in my organization, like Sales, Finance...
19 Aug 2012
Using Query Rules, Result Types and Display Templates for a Custom Search Sales Report in SharePoint 2013
<Standard Disclaimer: Blog formatting sucks. Do your eyes a favor - download the attachment, which is the Word document version of this.) UPDATE: a few things have changed for RTM so I am updating this post and adding the artifacts I used to create everything. Okay, a long title for today’s...
23 Jul 2012
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