Property Restriction Keyword Queries. Last modified: July 20, 2010 Applies to: SharePoint Server 2010 Using the SharePoint Enterprise Search keyword syntax in SharePoint Server 2010, you can construct queries that use property restrictions to narrow the focus of the query to match only results based on a specified condition.
A basic property restriction consists of the following: Following are some examples of valid keyword syntax property restrictions: author :"John Smith" Returns content items authored by John Smith. filetype:docx Returns Microsoft Word documents. filename:budget.xlsx Returns content items with the file name budget.xlsx. The property restriction must not include white space between the property name, property operator, and the property value, or the property restriction will be treated as a free-text query.
In the following examples, because of the white space the query returns content items containing the terms "author" and "John Smith", instead of content items authored by John Smith: author: "John Smith" Table 1. 10 Essential SharePoint Search Hints. I'm on a mission - I want to make sure that all SharePoint guidance (or the other G-word, governance) plans include training about a key information literacy skill: the ability to execute an effective online search.
Improving "findability" is a key outcome goal for most SharePoint deployments. We often talk about metadata as the key to improving findability. But, to paraphrase a common expression, it's not just about having all your fish tagged so that they can be found, it's still about teaching people how to fish. And, in the context of information literacy, teaching people how to fish means teaching people how to search. Last week, I was at the SPTech Con conference in Boston. If you are using SharePoint Foundation, underscores are NOT a valid word breaker. In the course of my research, I discovered a few unexpected things and some that were just plain confusing that I still haven't quite figured out. The first three hints are about helping make search work in the first place. Essential_SharePoint_Search_Hints_for_SharePoint_2010_and_Beyond.pdf.
Set the default open behavior for browser-enabled documents (Office Web Apps when used with SharePoint 2013) Applies to: SharePoint Server 2013, SharePoint Foundation 2013, Office Web Apps Topic Last Modified: 2013-12-18 Summary: Explains how to configure the default open behavior for Office documents in SharePoint site collections and document libraries.
Audience: IT Professionals To open a document in a SharePoint 2013 document library, you just click its title. What happens next (whether the file opens in a client application or in the browser) depends on several factors, such as what type of file it is, how you’ve set up your Office Web Apps Server farm, and how you’ve set the OpenInClient feature settings of the library or site collection. By default, after you configure SharePoint 2013 to use Office Web Apps Server, clicking a Word, PowerPoint, Excel, or OneNote file opens it in the browser.
In general, the OpenInClient feature overrides any WOPI bindings you’ve set between SharePoint 2013 and Office Web Apps Server. Using InfoPath E-mail Forms to Communicate with External Users - Mel Balsamo. Greg’s blog post provided brief guidelines on how to create form templates with different versions.
One is a restricted version for public-use, i.e. for external users; the other is a version for private use. The private version may contain some additional controls that allow you to do more with your forms, such as submitting them to a SharePoint document library. This technique gives us the power to use InfoPath forms to capture offline e-mailed data for centralized SharePoint upload. We can email forms back-and-forth, to and from external users (sometimes offline or disconnected), and at the same time, manage those forms in private locations such as a SharePoint site. We need to make sure that the form data in both the public and the private locations are in-sync. This blog post details the steps to setup a sample email form template with two different versions: Public and Private.
Here’s a diagram of the scenario we’re trying to accomplish: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Guidelines for Dublin Core Application Profiles. When it comes to metadata, one size does not fit all.
In fact, one size often does not even fit many. The metadata needs of particular communities and applications are very diverse. The result is a great proliferation of metadata formats, even across applications that have metadata needs in common. The Dublin Core Metadata Initiative has addressed this by providing a framework for designing a Dublin Core Application Profile (DCAP). A DCAP defines metadata records which meet specific application needs while providing semantic interoperability with other applications on the basis of globally defined vocabularies and models. Note that a DCAP is a generic construct for designing metadata records that does not require the use of metadata terms defined by DCMI [DCMI-MT].
Installazione e distribuzione. Account amministrativi e di servizio per la distribuzione iniziale in SharePoint 2013. Installare SharePoint 2013 in un server singolo con un database incorporato.