The new search refinement panel in SharePoint search is pretty cool! When you fire up a search you can see the various pieces of metadata that match the search results and then drill down from there. But what if you want to add your own? Well its actually very easy if the column type that you want to add is Managed Metadata. If you are adding other columns types you have to do it the old SharePoint way where you have to crawl the property, create a managed property, do the mapping and then add the XML into the Refinement Panel. Add the following to the Filter Category Definition file. You can actually have a look at the default Filter Definition Configuration file and see that there it two Categories defined in this exact fashion: Managed Metadata Columns and Tags. So if you want to force or create your own refiners follow the steps above and you should be all good!
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Now it is time to trigger the Crawl on User Profiles so that this new property gets crawled and available for the search queries. By this simple walkthrough we can conclude that the capability of creating new Refiners is quite powerful and gives us enormous power to create different kind of refiners based on the incoming result sets. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email.
May 25, Leave a comment. Metadata, which is data about data, is vital for search within SharePoint. The SharePoint search index stores a wide variety of metadata associated with each item and utilizes this information when returning search results. When we upload items to SharePoint, we are by default given the option to add a variety of standard metadata to documents such as the author and title. Depending on the design of a SPS deployment, different metadata may be setup to be requested or required from us before finishing an upload. This metadata is then stored in a database for use by the search index. Metadata should be map to managed properties to make them available in search.