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FastSearch Demotion with FS4SP-PowerShell

If you have to globally demote a type of document in your fast search results, you can do it via FS4SP powershell with a pretty cool function called “AddPromotedExpression”. AddPromotedExpression takes in input your FQL expression applying it to all the query submitted in FAST. Here the powershell lines: $SettingGroup = Get-FASTSearchSearchSettingGroup -name “GUID of … Continua a leggere

FAST notes #2— 404 HTTPNOTFOUND for some Sharepoint Sites!!

I recently came across a Crawler Error: 404-HTTPNOTFOUND for some sharepoint sites, that were actually reached by browser. I gave an Index Reset in my Search Application; for ensure that data remains in sync I used my Microsoft.FASTSearch.Powershell snapin for clear the content collection “Clear-FASTSearchContentCollection -name sp” Then a full crawl resolve my issue!! No More 404.. Nice.. 🙂

Pipeline Extensibility: Adding custom “stage”

“The item processing pipeline in FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint performs various tasks, such as text extraction, language detection, and tokenization to prepare an item from a content source for indexing and searching.Some applications may require extensions to the item processing. You can generate additional searchable metadata from the content. The pipeline extensibility interface … Continua a leggere

FAST pills #2 : Create scope with powershell

Create a Query Scope with sharepoint-powershell using Managed Property “sitename” : New-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryScope -SearchApplication “Shared-FASTQuery” -Name scopename-Description “description” -DisplayInAdminUI 1 -ExtendedSearchFilter ‘(sitename:”contoso home”)OR(sitename:”contoso news”)OR(sitename:contoso)’ Then go to Central Admin and run the update scope job in FASTQuery search service application UI…That’s what we’re talking about!! Here we go, there ‘s no need to run a full … Continua a leggere

FAST pills #1 : Mapping Crawled Property to Managed Property

Create a Managed Propery for a refinement mapping to Crawled Property by POWERSHELL: $mp = New-FASTSearchMetadataManagedProperty -Name MPname -Type 1 $mp.Description = “Description” $mp.RefinementEnabled = $true $cp = Get-FASTSearchMetadataCrawledProperty -Name CPname New-FASTSearchMetadataCrawledPropertyMapping -ManagedProperty $mp -CrawledProperty $cp $mp.Update() You can see the update in Sharepoint Central Admin in FastQuery Managed Properties menù… 😉