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SharePoint 2013 Search - A Developer’s Perspective - SPSSV 2013 SharePoint 2013 Search - A Developer’s Perspective - SPSSV 2013 Presentation Transcript

  • INTRODUCTION TO SHAREPOINT 2013 SEARCH AND CREATING DYNAMIC CONTENT MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS Ryan McIntyre MCITP, MCPD Director, Portals & Collaboration @ryanmcintyre
  • • SharePoint 2013 Search Overview – Changes from 2010 • Search Solutions • OOTB Web Parts Review • API – Server side – Client side • Packaging & Deployment LEAVE NOW…OR…
  • SCENARIOS
  • Powerful Engine 2013 SEARCH INTRO FAST Index FS4SP 2010 Search 2013 Search
  • 2013 SEARCH ARCHITECTURE HTTP File shares SharePoint User profiles Lotus Notes Documentum Exchange folders Custom - BCS SharePoint SP Apps Devices Non-SP UX Public API Unit of scale/role boundary
  • • Content Source • Search Schema – Now available through site administration • Query Rule – Customization of returned results – Captures Intent, composed of • Query Condition • Query Action • Publishing Options CORE BUILDING BLOCKS
  • • Query Transforms – Web Parts (3) – Query Rule (2) – Result Source (1) • Result Source – Scope + – Federated + • CSWP CORE BUILDING BLOCKS
  • • Result Type – How to display types of results • Display Templates – CSWP – Hover Panel – Refiner – Search Results CORE BUILDING BLOCKS
  • SEARCH EXPERIENCE
  • SEARCH IN ACTION DEMO
  • EXECUTING QUERIES
  • EXECUTING QUERIES: KQL
  • EXECUTING QUERIES: REST  Keywords  http://server/site/_api/search/query?querytext='{KQL Query}‘  Selecting Properties  http://server/site/_api/search/query?querytext='test'&selectproperties='Title,Ran k'  Sorting  http://server/site/_api/search/query?querytext='test'&sortlist='LastModifiedTime: descending'  http://server/site/_api/search/query?querytext='test'&sortlist='LastModifiedTime: descending,Rank:ascending
  • EXECUTING QUERIES: REST <d:RelevantResults m:type="Microsoft.Office.Server.Search.REST.RelevantResults"> <d:RowCount m:type="Edm.Int32">16</d:RowCount> <d:Rows m:type="SP.SimpleDataTable"> <d:Rows> <d:element m:type="SP.SimpleDataRow"> <d:Cells> <d:element m:type="SP.KeyValue"> <d:Key xml:space="preserve">Rank</d:Key> <d:Value xml:space="preserve">29.4688339233398</d:Value> <d:ValueType xml:space="preserve">Edm.Decimal</d:ValueType> </d:element>
  • EXECUTING QUERIES: CSOM ClientContext ctx = new ClientContext("http://sharepointonline/site"); var query = new KeywordQuery(ctx, ctx.Site); query.QueryText = "Search terms"; query.ResultTypes = ResultType.RelevantResults; query.Id = Guid.NewGuid(); var queries = new KeywordQuery[1]; queries[0] = query; SearchExecutor searchExecutor = new SearchExecutor(ctx); var rcc = searchExecutor.ExecuteQueries(queries); ctx.ExecuteQuery();
  • QUERY DEBUGGING
  • CSWP & DISPLAY TEMPLATE DEPLOYMENT
  • • <cringe>Design in UI</cringe> • Export • Visual Studio solution – Create “host” page – Add markup for CSWP from export – Properly escape „{„, „}‟, and quotes in DataProviderJSON property CSWP DEVELOPMENT & DEPLOYMENT
  • • Create HTML file and verify results in UI • Export JS • Visual Studio solution – Include JS – Deploy to “_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Content Web Parts” – {Optionally, deploy HTML (not JS) and programmatically update file post-deployment to generate JS} DISPLAY TEMPLATE DEVELOPMENT & DEPLOYMENT
  • DEPLOYMENT DEMO
  • SCENARIOS
  • Ryan McIntyre ryan.mcintyre@neudesic.com http://blog.randomdust.com @ryanmcintyre 303-520-6337
  • • http://sp2013searchtool.codeplex.com/ RESOURCES
  • Join us right after the event at the Firehouse Grill! Socialize and unwind after our day of learning. 1765 E. Bayshore Road East Palo Alto, CA