The full crawl should be completed by then. The result sources are built on 3 different levels: a. Site Collection b.
Search Service Application c. Site So how can you restrict SharePoint Search for restricting results only from the desired content source?
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Checkout the following steps: 1. Open Search Center Site that you have created earlier. Provide a name to the Result Source and if required, give a description. This will be seen under Add Result Source page. Select Launch Query Builder button.
Now you get to see the query builder popup. Select that and choose Equals as a condition.
Select Manual Value as value selector. Fill in the value of content source name.
How to add properties to Advanced Search
Click OK and close Query Popup. You can also manually write the query for limiting search results. Select Save to complete the result source. You have created Result Source now. The next step is to configure your search results page for using this result source.
Configuring Advanced Search in SharePoint 2013 and 2016
The next step is to configure search results page for using result source created in the previous step. All set now! This is very useful tool when the SharePoint environment contains a large amount of data. There can be situations where you need to add this web part to custom web part pages programmatically.
Unfortunately this web part is no longer available in web part gallery in SharePoint Following are the steps I used to deploy the web part to the gallery. Navigate to the search center and execute sample query to get Advanced Search option.
Navigate to your visual studio solution and add a new Module. Include exported web part in that module.
What do you want to do?
Deploy and activate the feature. Now the web part should be available in web part gallery. Post a Comment. Pages Home About Me Trainings.