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  • "Error in the Site Data Web Service." when performing crawl

    - by Janis Veinbergs
    Installed SharePoint Services v3 (SP2, october 2009 cumulative updates, Language Pack), attached to a content database I had previously (all works). Installed Search server 2008 Express (with language pack) on top of WSS and crawl does not work. However it works for newly created web application + database. Was playing around with accounts, permissions to try get it working. Currently I have WSS_Crawler account with such permissions: Office Search Server runs with WSS_Crawler account Config database has read permissions for WSS_Crawler Content database has read permissions for WSS_Crawler WSS_Crawler is owner of search database. Added WSS_Crawler to SQL server browser user group and administrator Yes, i'v given more permissions than needed, but it doesn't even work with that and i don't know if its permission problem or what. Crawl log says there is Error in the Site Data Web Service., nothing more. There were known issues with a similar error: Error in the Site Data Web Service. (Value does not fall within the expected range.), but this is not the case as thats an old issue and i hope it has been included in SP2... Logs are from olders to newest (descending order). They don't appear to be very helpful. Crawl log http://serveris Crawled Local Office SharePoint Server sites 3/15/2010 9:39 AM sts3://serveris Crawled Local Office SharePoint Server sites 3/15/2010 9:39 AM sts3://serveris/contentdbid={55180cfa-9d2d-46e4... Crawled Local Office SharePoint Server sites 3/15/2010 9:39 AM http://serveris/test Error in the Site Data Web Service. Local Office SharePoint Server sites 3/15/2010 9:39 AM http://serveris Error in the Site Data Web Service. Local Office SharePoint Server sites 3/15/2010 9:39 AM EventLog No errors in EventLog, just some Information events that Office Server Search provides The search service started. Successfully stored the application configuration registry snapshot in the database. Context: Application 'SharedServices Component: da1288b2-4109-4219-8c0c-3a22802eb842 Catalog: Portal_Content. A master merge was started due to an external request. Component: da1288b2-4109-4219-8c0c-3a22802eb842 A master merge has completed for catalog Portal_Content. Component: da1288b2-4109-4219-8c0c-3a22802eb842 Catalog: AnchorProject. A master merge was started due to an external request. Component: da1288b2-4109-4219-8c0c-3a22802eb842 A master merge has completed for catalog AnchorProject. ULS Log Just some information, but no exceptions, unexpected errors 03/15/2010 09:03:28.28 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x0E8C Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Insert crawl 771 to inprogress queue hr 0x00000000 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:6591 03/15/2010 09:03:28.28 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x0E8C Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Request Start Crawl 1, project Portal_Content, crawl 771 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:2875 03/15/2010 09:03:28.28 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x0E8C Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Advise status change 1, project Portal_Content, crawl 771 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4853 03/15/2010 09:03:28.28 w3wp.exe (0x1D98) 0x0958 Search Server Common MS Search Administration 8wn6 Information A full crawl was started on 'Local Office SharePoint Server sites' by BALTICOVO\janis.veinbergs. 03/15/2010 09:03:28.43 mssdmn.exe (0x1750) 0x10F8 ULS Logging Unified Logging Service 8wsv High ULS Init Completed (mssdmn.exe, Microsoft.Office.Server.Native.dll) 03/15/2010 09:03:30.48 mssdmn.exe (0x1750) 0x09C0 Search Server Common MS Search Indexing 8z0v Medium Create CCache 03/15/2010 09:03:30.56 mssdmn.exe (0x1750) 0x09C0 Search Server Common MS Search Indexing 8z0z Medium Create CUserCatalogCache 03/15/2010 09:03:32.06 w3wp.exe (0x1D98) 0x0958 Search Server Common MS Search Administration 90ge Medium SQL: dbo.proc_MSS_PropagationGetQueryServers 03/15/2010 09:03:32.09 w3wp.exe (0x1D98) 0x0958 Search Server Common MS Search Administration 7phq High GetProtocolConfigHelper failed in GetNotesInterface(). 03/15/2010 09:03:34.26 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x16A4 Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Advise status change 12, project Portal_Content, crawl -1 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4853 03/15/2010 09:03:35.92 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x16A4 Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Advise status change 12, project Portal_Content, crawl -1 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4853 03/15/2010 09:03:37.32 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x16A4 Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Advise status change 12, project Portal_Content, crawl -1 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4853 03/15/2010 09:03:37.23 mssdmn.exe (0x1750) 0x1850 Search Server Common MS Search Indexing 8z14 Medium Test TRACE (NULL):(null), (NULL)(null), (CrLf): , end 03/15/2010 09:03:39.04 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x16A4 Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Advise status change 12, project Portal_Content, crawl -1 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4853 03/15/2010 09:03:40.98 mssdmn.exe (0x1750) 0x0B24 Search Server Common MS Search Indexing 7how Monitorable GetWebDefaultPage fail. error 2147755542, strWebUrl http://serveris 03/15/2010 09:03:41.87 mssdmn.exe (0x1750) 0x1260 Search Server Common PHSts 0 Monitorable CSTS3Accessor::GetSubWebListItemAccessURL GetAccessURL failed: Return error to caller, hr=80042616 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\protocols\sts3\sts3acc.cxx Line:505 03/15/2010 09:03:41.87 mssdmn.exe (0x1750) 0x1260 Search Server Common PHSts 0 Monitorable CSTS3Accessor::Init: GetSubWebListItemAccessURL failed. Return error to caller, hr=80042616 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\protocols\sts3\sts3acc.cxx Line:348 03/15/2010 09:03:41.87 mssdmn.exe (0x1750) 0x1260 Search Server Common PHSts 0 Monitorable CSTS3Accessor::Init fails, Url sts3://serveris/siteurl=test/siteid={390611b2-55f3-4a99-8600-778727177a28}/weburl=/webid={fb0e4bff-65d5-4ded-98d5-fd099456962b}, hr=80042616 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\protocols\sts3\sts3handler.cxx Line:243 03/15/2010 09:03:41.87 mssdmn.exe (0x1750) 0x1260 Search Server Common PHSts 0 Monitorable CSTS3Handler::CreateAccessorExB: Return error to caller, hr=80042616 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\protocols\sts3\sts3handler.cxx Line:261 03/15/2010 09:03:40.98 mssdmn.exe (0x1750) 0x1260 Search Server Common MS Search Indexing 7how Monitorable GetWebDefaultPage fail. error 2147755542, strWebUrl http://serveris/test 03/15/2010 09:03:41.90 mssdmn.exe (0x1750) 0x0B24 Search Server Common PHSts 0 Monitorable CSTS3Accessor::GetSubWebListItemAccessURL GetAccessURL failed: Return error to caller, hr=80042616 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\protocols\sts3\sts3acc.cxx Line:505 03/15/2010 09:03:41.90 mssdmn.exe (0x1750) 0x0B24 Search Server Common PHSts 0 Monitorable CSTS3Accessor::Init: GetSubWebListItemAccessURL failed. Return error to caller, hr=80042616 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\protocols\sts3\sts3acc.cxx Line:348 03/15/2010 09:03:41.90 mssdmn.exe (0x1750) 0x0B24 Search Server Common PHSts 0 Monitorable CSTS3Accessor::Init fails, Url sts3://serveris/siteurl=/siteid={505443fa-ef12-4f1e-a04b-d5450c939b78}/weburl=/webid={c5a4f8aa-9561-4527-9e1a-b3c23200f11c}, hr=80042616 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\protocols\sts3\sts3handler.cxx Line:243 03/15/2010 09:03:41.90 mssdmn.exe (0x1750) 0x0B24 Search Server Common PHSts 0 Monitorable CSTS3Handler::CreateAccessorExB: Return error to caller, hr=80042616 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\protocols\sts3\sts3handler.cxx Line:261 03/15/2010 09:03:43.26 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x0750 Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Advise status change 24, project Portal_Content, crawl 771 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4853 03/15/2010 09:03:43.26 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x1804 Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Remove crawl 771 from inprogress queue - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:6722 03/15/2010 09:03:43.26 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x0750 Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Advise status change 12, project Portal_Content, crawl -1 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4853 03/15/2010 09:03:44.65 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x1804 Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Insert crawl 772 to inprogress queue hr 0x00000000 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:6591 03/15/2010 09:03:44.65 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x1804 Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Request Start Crawl 0, project AnchorProject, crawl 772 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:2875 03/15/2010 09:03:44.65 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x1804 Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Advise status change 0, project AnchorProject, crawl 772 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4853 03/15/2010 09:03:44.65 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x1804 Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Unlock Queue, project Portal_Content - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:2922 03/15/2010 09:03:44.82 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x1DD0 Search Server Common GathererSql 0 Monitorable CGatherer::LoadTransactionsFromCrawlInternal Flush anchor, count 0 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4943 03/15/2010 09:03:44.95 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x0750 Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Advise status change 12, project AnchorProject, crawl -1 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4853 03/15/2010 09:03:46.51 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x0750 Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Advise status change 12, project AnchorProject, crawl -1 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4853 03/15/2010 09:03:46.39 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x1E4C Search Server Common GathererSql 0 Monitorable CGatherer::LoadTransactionsFromCrawlInternal Flush anchor, count 0 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4943 03/15/2010 09:03:49.01 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x1C6C Search Server Common GathererSql 0 Monitorable CGatherer::LoadTransactionsFromCrawlInternal Flush anchor, count 1 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4943 03/15/2010 09:03:49.87 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x155C Search Server Common GathererSql 0 Monitorable CGatherer::LoadTransactionsFromCrawlInternal Flush anchor, count 1 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4943 03/15/2010 09:03:49.29 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x155C Search Server Common GathererSql 0 Monitorable CGatherer::LoadTransactionsFromCrawlInternal Flush anchor, count 1 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4943 03/15/2010 09:03:49.53 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x155C Search Server Common GathererSql 0 Monitorable CGatherer::LoadTransactionsFromCrawlInternal Flush anchor, count 1 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4943 03/15/2010 09:03:49.67 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x155C Search Server Common GathererSql 0 Monitorable CGatherer::LoadTransactionsFromCrawlInternal Flush anchor, count 1 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4943 03/15/2010 09:03:49.82 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x155C Search Server Common GathererSql 0 Monitorable CGatherer::LoadTransactionsFromCrawlInternal Flush anchor, count 1 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4943 03/15/2010 09:03:49.84 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x155C Search Server Common GathererSql 0 Monitorable CGatherer::LoadTransactionsFromCrawlInternal Flush anchor, count 0 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4943 03/15/2010 09:03:49.89 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x155C Search Server Common GathererSql 0 Monitorable CGatherer::LoadTransactionsFromCrawlInternal Flush anchor, count 0 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4943 03/15/2010 09:03:49.90 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x0750 Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Advise status change 12, project AnchorProject, crawl -1 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4853 03/15/2010 09:03:51.42 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x1E4C Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Advise status change 4, project AnchorProject, crawl 772 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4853 03/15/2010 09:03:51.00 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x1E4C Search Server Common GathererSql 0 Monitorable CGatherer::LoadTransactionsFromCrawlInternal Flush anchor, count 0 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4943 03/15/2010 09:03:51.42 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x1CCC Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Remove crawl 772 from inprogress queue - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:6722 03/15/2010 09:03:52.96 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x1CCC Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Insert crawl 773 to inprogress queue hr 0x00000000 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:6591 03/15/2010 09:03:52.96 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x1CCC Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Request Start Crawl 0, project AnchorProject, crawl 773 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:2875 03/15/2010 09:03:55.29 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x1CCC Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Unlock Queue, project AnchorProject - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:2922 03/15/2010 09:03:55.29 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x1CCC Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Removed start crawl request from Queue 0, crawl 773 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:2942 03/15/2010 09:03:55.29 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x1CCC Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Request Start Crawl 0, project AnchorProject, crawl 773 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:2875 03/15/2010 09:03:55.29 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x1CCC Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Advise status change 0, project AnchorProject, crawl 773 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4853 03/15/2010 09:03:55.37 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x1CCC Search Server Common GathererSql 0 Monitorable CGatherer::LoadTransactionsFromCrawlInternal Flush anchor, count 0 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4943 03/15/2010 09:03:55.37 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x0750 Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Advise status change 12, project AnchorProject, crawl -1 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4853 03/15/2010 09:03:56.71 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x1E4C Search Server Common GathererSql 0 Monitorable CGatherer::LoadTransactionsFromCrawlInternal Flush anchor, count 0 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4943 03/15/2010 09:03:56.78 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x0750 Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Advise status change 12, project AnchorProject, crawl -1 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4853 03/15/2010 09:03:58.40 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x155C Search Server Common GathererSql 0 Monitorable CGatherer::LoadTransactionsFromCrawlInternal Flush anchor, count 0 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4943 03/15/2010 09:03:58.89 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x155C Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Advise status change 4, project AnchorProject, crawl 773 - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:4853 03/15/2010 09:03:58.89 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x1130 Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Remove crawl 773 from inprogress queue - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:6722 03/15/2010 09:03:58.89 mssearch.exe (0x1B2C) 0x1130 Search Server Common GatherStatus 0 Monitorable Unlock Queue, project AnchorProject - File:d:\office\source\search\search\gather\server\gatherobj.cxx Line:2922 What could be wrong here - any clues?

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  • Java Meta Search Engine API

    - by Loki
    I'm currently researching Java libraries to help in building a meta type search engine in the sense of being able to replace any given search engine in the back-end of the application or to simultaneously search using multiple search engines. I'm not interested in the GUI part here, just the generalization of search engine APIs and usage. I'd like to know about the common libraries used to achieve this task and if there are any common patterns used in this case. I imagined that this problem is common enough to be able to find plenty of stuff on Google, but it seems like search is a very proprietary domain and not much information is fed back to the community.

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  • The Evolution of Search: A History of Google Search [Video]

    - by Jason Fitzpatrick
    Internet search has changed enormously in the last decade; this video tour of Google evolving search strategies shows us where we’ve been and where we’re going. In the above video Google staff reflect on the last decade of search, innovations at Google, and where they’re taking the search engine experience in the future. While the video clearly has a Google bias (they produced it after all) it’s still an interesting look at how Google and internet search as a whole have changed over the years. The Evolution of Search in Six Minutes [The Official Google Blog] How to See What Web Sites Your Computer is Secretly Connecting To HTG Explains: When Do You Need to Update Your Drivers? How to Make the Kindle Fire Silk Browser *Actually* Fast!

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  • How can I show ads for search on own web site

    - by user3826
    On my web site there is a (self-coded) search functionality that searches through the web site's specific contents. However I'd like to display one banner in addition to the site's results, showing ads relevant to the entered search terms. Can I do this e.g. with Google Ads? I want the ads to be based only on the search terms from the user, not the rest of the site's content, so there has to be a possibility to pass these search terms to the ad provider and get a banner based on these search terms.

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  • How to remove HTML code from search result page content

    - by Jack Torris
    I have music website. There are 46 album pages and each page has different player and files. I just entered the one of album's URLs in a search engine. I found that Google is displaying player code in search result content. For example, enter this URL in Google and check the results. Each result displays a .mp3 file in content section. I see this: This page contains a demo of and documentation for the new jPlayer Playlist add-on, ... mp3:"http://www.jplayer.org/audio/mp3/Miaow-01-Tempered-song.mp3", ... I don't want Google to show the player code and mp3 files in search result. How can I hide audio files and player code from search engine? What would be the best solution for it?

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  • How to customise search core results web part Part1

    - by ybbest
    In this post, I’d like to show you how to customise search core results web part. It is a quite simple, most of the times what you need to do is to change the xslt to perform the changes. Here are the steps: 1. You need to change the xslt to the following, so that you can see the raw xml. <xsl:stylesheet version="1.0" xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform" > <xsl:output method="xml" version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" indent="yes" /> <xsl:template match="/"> <xmp><xsl:copy-of select="*"/></xmp> </xsl:template> </xsl:stylesheet> a. To do so , you need to go to edit page>>Edit search core results web part >>Display Properties and then untick use Location Visualization b. Open the xslt editor and copy the existing XSLT code to your preferred xslt editor so that you can customise it. c. Now you can paste in the XSLT code above. 2.Perform the search after you have completed step1 and you will see the search results returned in raw xml <All_Results> <Result> <id>1</id> <workid>678</workid> <rank>100000000</rank> <title>Ybbest</title> <author></author> <size>137531</size> <url>http://ybbest</url> <urlEncoded>http%3A%2F%2Fybbest</urlEncoded> <description>Ybbest test site</description> <write>3/17/2012</write> <sitename>http://ybbest</sitename> <collapsingstatus>0</collapsingstatus> <hithighlightedsummary> <c0>Ybbest</c0> test site <ddd /> Add a new image, change this welcome text or add new lists to this page by clicking the edit button above. You can click on Shared Documents to add files or on the <ddd /> </hithighlightedsummary> <hithighlightedproperties> <HHTitle> <c0>Ybbest</c0> </HHTitle> <HHUrl>http://<c0>ybbest</c0></HHUrl> </hithighlightedproperties> <contentclass>STS_Site</contentclass> <isdocument>False</isdocument> <picturethumbnailurl></picturethumbnailurl> <popularsocialtags /> <picturewidth>0</picturewidth> <pictureheight>0</pictureheight> <datepicturetaken></datepicturetaken> <serverredirectedurl></serverredirectedurl> <fileextension></fileextension> <ows_metadatafacetinfo></ows_metadatafacetinfo> <imageurl imageurldescription="SharePoint Site Collection">/_layouts/images/siteicon_16x16.png</imageurl> </Result> <TotalResults>69</TotalResults> <NumberOfResults>50</NumberOfResults> </All_Results> 3. Then you can read what has been returned in the raw xml and start modifying the xslt to customise your search results page. 4.You can also link an external xslt to the web part.It can be set in the Miscellaneous of Web Part section. You can also set it pragmatically using a feature receiver , you can download the source code to do so here. References: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6548104/change-xslt-of-the-searchresultwebpart-during-the-featureactivated http://www.dotnetmafia.com/blogs/dotnettipoftheday/archive/2010/04/05/a-quick-guide-to-coreresultswebpart-configuration-changes-in-sharepoint-2010.aspx http://www.tonytestasworld.com/post/2011/01/30/HowTo-display-SharePoint-Search-results-as-raw-XML.aspx

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  • Get Your PhD in Googling [Slideshow]

    - by Asian Angel
    Think you know how to search Google with the best of them? Then put your knowledge to the test with this awesome slideshow where you can verify what you know and perhaps learn something new along the way. Note: The slideshow contains a total of 22 slides. Go Directly to the Slideshow Your PhD in Googling – Blog Post [via Geeks are Sexy] HTG Explains: What Is Two-Factor Authentication and Should I Be Using It? HTG Explains: What Is Windows RT and What Does It Mean To Me? HTG Explains: How Windows 8′s Secure Boot Feature Works & What It Means for Linux

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  • Google Search Parameter Question

    - by Brian
    I've been trying to determine different parameters used by Google in their search queries. In particular, the usg parameter is what is giving me troubles. Here is an example value given for it, which is from an actual Google query: usg=0_zDqudnCN52ATGjAl3tignXNtBo4%3D Does anyone know what it could be for / recognize it? I've done a bit of digging, but haven't found any confirmation as to what it could be. Here is the link that I took a look at: http://www.webmasterworld.com/google/3892573.htm

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  • Search Alternative Search Engines from within Bing’s Search Page

    - by Asian Angel
    So you love using Bing Search but may still be curious to see what another search engine will provide if used. Now you can search using another search engine from within the Bing Search page and enjoy numbered results using two simple user scripts. Note: These user scripts may also be added to other browsers as well (i.e. Iron, Opera, etc.). Before Bing Search does nicely on searches but what if you would like to try the same search with another search engine? Having to manually open a new tab, navigate to the appropriate website, and then start a new search is not too convenient. Another possible frustration for some people may be knowing just how many search results that they have looked through. Well, both of these small problems are easy to fix with two wonderful user scripts. Installing the Scripts The first script that we installed (you may do either one first) was for adding alternative search engine links. Click “Install” to get started… Note: For our example we had the Greasemonkey extension installed. When the confirmation window pops up click on “Install” to finish adding the user script to Firefox. Repeating the same procedure as above add your second script to Firefox. Confirm the second user script installation and you are ready to enjoy nicer Bing Search results. After As you can see there are two small unobtrusive differences in our search results. The alternative search engine links are conveniently located at the top of the page and now you can easily know just how many search results that you have looked through. The results when we decided to try the search in a transfer over to Yahoo. Our search transferred to Ask Search. The alternative search links can be very helpful if Bing is not providing the kind of search results that you are hoping for. Still going very nicely past the 100 mark… Conclusion If you have been wanting a small booster to searching with Bing then these two scripts will get you on your way. Using Opera Browser? See our how-to for adding user scripts to Opera here. Links Install the Bing (Alternate Search Engine Links) User Script Install the Bing Numbered Search Results User Script Download the Greasemonkey extension for Firefox (Mozilla Add-ons) Download the Stylish extension for Firefox (Mozilla Add-ons) Similar Articles Productive Geek Tips Organize Your Firefox Search Engines Into FoldersFix for Slow "Instant Search" In Outlook 2007Gain Access to a Search Box in Google ChromeManage Web Searches In SafariModify Firefox’s Search Bar Behavior with SearchLoad Options TouchFreeze Alternative in AutoHotkey The Icy Undertow Desktop Windows Home Server – Backup to LAN The Clear & Clean Desktop Use This Bookmarklet to Easily Get Albums Use AutoHotkey to Assign a Hotkey to a Specific Window Latest Software Reviews Tinyhacker Random Tips DVDFab 6 Revo Uninstaller Pro Registry Mechanic 9 for Windows PC Tools Internet Security Suite 2010 Heaven & Hell Finder Icon Using TrueCrypt to Secure Your Data Quickly Schedule Meetings With NeedtoMeet Share Flickr Photos On Facebook Automatically Are You Blocked On Gtalk? Find out Discover Latest Android Apps On AppBrain

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  • Reverse Search Images Easily with the TinEye Client for Windows

    - by Asian Angel
    Are you a frequent user of TinEye and would like to integrate it into your favorite Windows system? Then get ready to enjoy Context Menu and App Window goodness with the TinEye Client for Windows. After you have downloaded the zip file, unzip it and run the setup file inside. Once the installation process has finished you will be asked if you would like to launch TinEye Client immediately or not. If not then you can access it later using the new shortcut added to the Start Menu. We chose to let the program launch automatically…this is what the main window looks like. For our test we decided to access the client via the Context Menu using a picture of Doc Brown’s DeLorean in hover conversion mode. HTG Explains: Understanding Routers, Switches, and Network Hardware How to Use Offline Files in Windows to Cache Your Networked Files Offline How to See What Web Sites Your Computer is Secretly Connecting To

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  • What would be the Query to get exact same result like Windows 7 start menu search for Programs using Windows Search service?

    - by Somnath
    I would like to implement the same search application like Windows 7 using microsoft.search.interop.dll, C#. Currently I'm using System.Kind property to retrieve information regarding the programs from Windows Search but the results set does not look same like Windows 7 search. Order of items are different. SELECT TOP 3 System.ItemNameDisplay, System.DateAccessed FROM SystemIndex WHERE System.ItemNameDisplay LIKE 'ad%' AND (System.Kind='Program') What would be the Query to get exact same result like Windows 7 start menu search for Programs? As an example : search token = 'ad' Windows 7 search result Adobe Reader 9, Add a device, Adobe Photoshop 7.0 Search Result from my code Adobe ImageReady 7.0 , Adobe Photoshop 7.0 , Adobe Reader 9

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  • How to fix “SearchAdministration.aspx webpage cannot be found. 404”

    - by ybbest
    Problems: One of my colleague is having a wired issue today with Search Service Application in SharePoint2010.After he created the Search Service Application, he could not browse to the Search Administration (http://ybbest:5555/searchadministration.aspx?appid=6508b5cc-e19a-4bdc-89b3-05d984999e3c) ,he got 404 page not found every time he browse to the page. Analysis After some basic trouble-shooting, it turns out we can browse to any other page in the search application ,e.g. Manage Content Sources(/_admin/search/listcontentsources.aspx) or Manage Crawl Rules(/_admin/search/managecrawlrules.aspx).After some more research , we think some of the web parts in the Search Administration page might cause the problem. Solution You need to activate a hidden feature using #Enable-SPFeature SearchAdminWebParts -url <central admin URL> Enable-SPFeature SearchAdminWebParts -url http://ybbest:5555 If the feature is already enabled, you need to disable the feature first and then enable it. Disable-SPFeature SearchAdminWebParts -url http://ybbest:5555 Enable-SPFeature SearchAdminWebParts -url http://ybbest:5555 References: MSDN Forum

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  • Updated Google Search for iPad Rocks Side-by-Side Search and More

    - by Jason Fitzpatrick
    iPad: If Google is your search engine of choice and you do some serious searching from your iPad, you’ll want to grab a free copy of Google’s radically updated iPad search app. What’s new with Google iPad Search? This version of the app sports Google Instant, coverflow style image search, enhanced voice search, Google+ integration, and overall better integration with Google’s services. Our favorite feature, by far, is the enhanced side-by-side search. You can pull up search results and simultaneously look at a page–watch the video above to see it in action. The New Google Search App for iPad [Google Mobile Blog] HTG Explains: When Do You Need to Update Your Drivers? How to Make the Kindle Fire Silk Browser *Actually* Fast! Amazon’s New Kindle Fire Tablet: the How-To Geek Review

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  • Site Search Engine for 1,000 page website

    - by Ian
    I manage a website with about 1,000 articles that need to be searchable by my members. The site search engines I've tried all had their own problems: Fluid Dynamics Search Engine Since it's written in perl, it was a bit hacky to integrate with my PHP-based CMS. I basically had to file_get_contents the search results page. However, FDSE had the best search results. Google CSE Ugh, the search results SUCK. It can't find documents even using unique strings. I'm so surprised that a Google search product is this bad. Nor can I get any answers on their 'help' forums, and I am a paying user. Boo, Google. Boo. Sphider Again, bad search results. Unable to locate some phrases used in link text. Better results than Google CSE though. Shame on Google that a free PHP script has better search results than their paid application. IndexTank This one looked really promising. I got all set up with their PHP API client. But it would only randomly add articles that I submitted. Out of 700+ articles I pushed to the index through their API, only 8 made it in. Unable to find any help on this subject. Update for IndexTank -- Got the above issue fixed, so this looks most promising so far. The site itself runs on php/mysql and FreeBSD, though this shouldn't matter for a web crawling indexer. I've looked at Lucene, but I don't know anything about Java or installing Java programs on my web server. I also do not have root access on my web server, if this would be required for installation. I really don't need a lot of fancy features. It just needs to be able to crawl my web site and return great (even decent!) search results. I don't need any crazy search operators. It doesn't need to index off my primary domain. It just needs to work! Thanks, Hive Mind!

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  • Improve Your Google Search Skills [Infographic]

    - by Jason Fitzpatrick
    Don’t limit yourself to just plugging in simple search terms to Google; check out this infographic and learn a search string search or two. You don’t need to limit yourself to searching just for simple strings; Google supports all manner of handy search tricks. If you want to search just HowToGeek.com’s archive of XBMC articles, for example, you can plug in site:howtogeek.com XBMC to search our site. Get More Out of Google [HackCollege via Mashable] How to See What Web Sites Your Computer is Secretly Connecting To HTG Explains: When Do You Need to Update Your Drivers? How to Make the Kindle Fire Silk Browser *Actually* Fast!

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  • Google Site Search -- How to use as API?

    - by John Isaacks
    I am trying to get an API that I can use to do searches on my own site. Google has something called site search and something called custom search. What is the difference? I make a new site search, then it is listed on a page with "custom search" in the heading. This is really confusing. I just want an API that I can use to search my site. I would prefer json to xml as the results. And if this service is offered by someone other than Google, that is fine too. The ones that I create at Google want me to embed a premade search box into my site. I do not want that, I want an API that I can call from PHP or JS. How can I get this?

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  • Show "results - of" of internal search in Google search result

    - by Petra Barus
    I was doing some searches on Google Search and I stumbled on this As you can see in the screenshot above, the search results show a summary of an internal search page (the one I highlighted by red underline) on the website (homes.com and findaproperty.com). I would like to show up this kind of result in the Google search for my website internal search. How do I do it? Do I have to put some metatag or something?

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  • Thoughts and comments on Search Neutrality?

    - by SprocketGizmo
    Following the cases brought forward by Foundem, Ciao!, and eJustice.fr what are your thoughts on Search Neutrality? Should search engines be regulated by the FCC or FTC similarly to the way the FCC is pushing to regulate Net Neutrality? Relevant Articles: Op-Ed to the New York Times from the founder of Foundem Excerpt from Book on Search/Net Neutrality Blog discussing preceding link. Site founded by Foundem to promote Search Neutrality awareness.

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  • Is Google a reliable document search engine?

    - by Miriam Schwab
    I have a site with PDFs and Word documents that I know have been indexed by Google because they appear in search results with filetype:pdf (or doc), and if I search for some very specific terms with quotation marks, they appear as well. But they don't appear for general search terms that do exist in the documents. Is Google a reliable document search engine? If not, are there other options for managing many documents and making them searchable to users?

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  • How to get search engines to properly index an ajax driven search page

    - by Redtopia
    I have an ajax-driven search page that will allow users to search through a large collection of records. Each search result points to index.php?id=xyz (where xyz is the id of the record). The initial view does not have any records listed, and there is no interface that allows you to browse through all records. You can only conduct a search. How do I build the page so that spiders can crawl each record? Or is there another way (outside of this specific search page) that will allow me to point spiders to a list of all records. FYI, the collection is rather large, so dumping links to every record in a single request is not a workable solution. Outputting the records must be done in multiple requests. Each record can be viewed via a single page (eg "record.php?id=xyz"). I would like all the records indexed without anything indexed from the sitemap that shows where the records exist, for example: <a href="/result.php?id=record1">Record 1</a> <a href="/result.php?id=record2">Record 2</a> <a href="/result.php?id=record3">Record 3</a> <a href="/seo.php?page=2">next</a> Assuming this is the correct approach, I have these questions: How would the search engines find the crawl page? Is it possible to prevent the search engines from indexing the words "Record 1", etc. and "next"? Can I output only the links? Or maybe something like:  

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  • Search containing "-"

    - by Gage
    It seems like whenever I go to search for a phrase containing "-" it(google) ignores it. Earlier today for example I was searching for vss -y but once I hit search it would show that it was really searching for "vss y". I know most of the tricks when searching like using +, "", etc. But I'm wondering if theres some other trick to make it not ignore these characters. Thanks in advance.

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  • Oracle UCM GET_SEARCH_RESULTS service with full text search

    - by Lyudmil Pelov
    Newly I was working on portlet which should be able to do full text search through the UCM documents and I was experimenting with the Ridc and also with the CIS API's. There are some ticks you may take care of, for example using quotes is a very spacial case and most of situations UCM will throw an exception if you not use them well. So during my tests I was able to develop one solution which works very well for me doing full text search and here is it: final IdcClientManager idcManager = new IdcClientManager(); final IdcClient idcClient = idcManager.createClient("idc://127.0.0.1:4444"); final IdcContext idcContext = new IdcContext("sysadmin"); final DataBinder binder = idcClient.createBinder(); // populate the binder with the parameters binder.putLocal ("IdcService", "GET_SEARCH_RESULTS"); binder.putLocal ("QueryText", "dDocFullText <substring> <qsch>"+yourSearchWordOrWords+"</qsch>");  binder.putLocal ("SearchEngineName", "databasefulltext"); binder.putLocal ("ResultCount", "20"); // execute the request ServiceResponse response = idcClient.sendRequest (idcContext, binder); // get the binder DataBinder serverBinder = response.getResponseAsBinder (); DataResultSet resultSet = serverBinder.getResultSet ("SearchResults"); // loop over the results for (DataObject dataObject : resultSet.getRows ()) { System.out.println ("Title is: " + dataObject.get ("dDocTitle")); System.out.println ("Author is: " + dataObject.get ("dDocAuthor")); }Nothing special so far except the line which declares the full text search. To be able to proceed with the full text search you have to use dDocFullText attribute inside the search query. The tag <substring> is the same as 'like'. Also you have to put your searching string or words in quotes which could be a problem sometime, so I used the tag <qsch>. Using this tag you can have quotes now inside you searching string without to break the code and get parsing exceptions.To be able to test the example, you do have to enable full text search inside UCM. To do this follow the steps for example from this blog here and then re-index the documents in UCM.There is also one very nice article about how to define UCM queries if want to replace the full text search with something more specific, you can read this article from Kyle's Blog here.

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  • Full text search with Sphider

    - by Ravi Gupta
    I am searching for a good, light weight, open source, full text search engine for php. I came across a number of options like Lucene, Zend Lucene, Solr etc but at the same time I also find out many people suggesting Sphider for small/medium side websites. I looked at shipder website a lot but unable to find out how to use it as a Full Text Search Engine.If anybody worked on it could help me to figure out whether it supports full text search or not. Edit: Please don't suggest any other alternatives for full text search.

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  • Doubt regarding search engine/plugin(One present on the website itself)

    - by Ravi Gupta
    I am new to web development and trying to study various types of websites as case study. Right now my focus is on how search engines works for an eCommerce website. I know basic functioning for a search engine, i.e. crawl web pages, index them and the display the results using those indexes. But I got little confuse in case of an eCommerce website. Don't you think that it would be better if a search engine instead of crawling the web pages containing products, it should directly crawl the database and index the products stored in the database? And when a user search for any product, it will simply give us the rows of the table which matches the user query? If this is not the case, can someone please explain how the usual method works on eCommerce website?

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  • Searching for a page with a Very Unique title, doesnt find that intended page... Why?

    - by Sam
    Dear folks, a question about appearing in search results in google: A page of mine has this extremely unique page title: Ein gutes Logo passt wie ein Handschuh auf Ihre Marke in die Hände Now, when I search the phrase: Ein gutes Logo passt wie ein Handschuh auf Ihre Marke in die Hände Then all kinds of other irrelevant pages show up having only 1 or at best two words from my unqie title appearing, although I have searched for the entire phrase! And when I search the phrase in between quotes: "Ein gutes Logo passt wie ein Handschuh auf Ihre Marke in die Hände" Then it finds 1 result, which is my page. What is going on? Why doesn't show the unique result without the quotes? Thanks: your ideas and suggestions are welcome and much appreciated

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