10 Things I Like in SharePoint 2013 Search

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Speaker: Agnes Molnar; …

Speaker: Agnes Molnar;

Based on my SharePoint and FAST Search experience, I’ll demonstrate my “Research Path” on SharePoint 2013 Search. What’s new, what improvements we can find there as well as how to use our existing Search knowledge and experience in SharePoint 2013 Search.

You will learn:

Config options in SharePoint 2013 Search – Central Admin vs. PowerShell
Crawled and Managed Properties across Content Sources
Ranking and Relevancy

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  • 1. 10 Things I Like inSharePoint 2013 SearchAGNES MOLNARSENIOR SEARCH SOLUTIONS CONSULTANT, BA INSIGHTSHAREPOINT AND PROJECT CONFERENCE ADRIATICSZAGREB, 11/28/2012
  • 2. sponsors
  • 3. Introduction • Senior Search Solutions Consultant • SharePoint Server MVP • Speaker, Blogger, Community Lead http://aghy.hu http://www.DoMoreWithSearch.com Agnes.Molnar@BAInsight.com @molnaragnes
  • 4. There are major changes in Search! Combination Used of FAST and pervasively SharePoint Content by throughout Continuous Search Search WCM the platform Result Sources Crawling High Query Search Scalability CSOM Result Blocks Suggestions Query Rules Refinements Search is used pervasively throughout the platform 6
  • 5. USER EXPERIENCE
  • 6. #1 – UI enhancements
  • 7. ARCHITECTURE ANDADMINISTRATION
  • 8. #2 – One Search Core Content Sources HTTP File shares Front-end SharePoint Content Query User Profiles Content Crawl Index Query Processing Processing Component Component Component Component Client Application Exchange Lotus Notes Documentum Crawl Analytics Database Link Processing Component Database Custom Analytics Reporting Database Event Store Search Search Administration Administration Component Database
  • 9. #3 – Search Administration at Multiple Levels• Central Administration• Site Collection• Site Administration• Tenant Administration Task Site Site Admin Collection Admin Create and/or override Query Rules, including Promoted Results Create and/or override Result types and display templates Create and/or override Result Sources, either for remote locations or as a custom search “vertical” Create managed properties Create refiners Start a local crawl – can even be done down to the list level
  • 10. #4 – PowerShell • Service Application • Topology • Administration • Crawling • Query Processing • Metadata • etc.
  • 11. #5 – Troubleshooting Enhancements • Crawl log • Content Source (1,7, and 30 day duration trend) • URL View (Remove from index) • History (Latency/Load) • Health reports • Crawl Latency/Load by Repository, Handler, Crawler, CPC, SQL • Crawl Freshness by source heat map in days • CPU and Memory Load by component and process • Content Processing by stage • Query Latency/Load percentiles overlaid with crawl and analytics load • Federation • Query Latency by Object model, Query Processing, Core index
  • 12. CRAWL
  • 13. #6 – Content Capture host http://search content feed query content indexing connectors content federate query index OOB Solutions Custom Solutions • File Share • SharePoint • Website • People Profile • Lotus Notes Custom Solutions on Connector • Exchange Public Folder Framework • Documentum
  • 14. #7 - Continuous Crawl • Because of changes in how the index is created and stored, a document can appear in the index within seconds of going through content processing • Crawl continuously every 15 minutes (by Default) • Can change the default using PowerShell (Set-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlContentSource ) • Can run at the same time as Full and Incremental Crawls • Ignore Errors and just logs them! Gotcha! - Only works on SharePoint Content 16
  • 15. Content Freshness
  • 16. Content Freshness
  • 17. #8 – Result Sources Scopes and Federated Search in SharePoint 2010  “Result Sources” in SP2013 • Local SharePoint Index • This farm • Remote SharePoint • Another farm • oAuth Trust • Open Search • Upgraded support for 1.1 • Exchange • Same Search • Anonymous Authentication is supported 19
  • 18. QUERY PROCESSING
  • 19. #9 – Query Rules and Query Suggestions Query Conditions (does it meet a condition?) • Contains Words • Source • Type • Source • RegEX Query Actions (What action to perform) • Promoted Results • Best Bets • Visual Best Bets • Result Blocks • Additional Query • Query Modification • XRANK • Query Re-Write Query Publishing (When to perform this action) • Start Date • End Date 22
  • 20. #10 - Search Query BuilderNew Tool to help you build complex queries• Used Pervasively • Query Rules • Result Blocks • And More…• Visually build complex queries• Allows for testing queries• Refiners• Sorting Query Processing 23
  • 21. Want to Know More About SharePoint 2013Search? The Essential Guide to Enterprise Search in SharePoint 2013 Everything You Need to Know to Get the Most Out of Search and Search-based Applications Download from www.SharePointSearch2013.com This book contains 20 chapters, and more than 100 pages packed full of valuable insights. Also includes helpful call outs and screenshots. Working with Architecture, User Working with Applications & Queries and Deployment & Experience Content Development Results Operations
  • 22. questions?HTTP://AGHY.HUHTTP://WWW.DOMOREWITHSEARCH.COM@MOLNARAGNES
  • 23. thank you.SHAREPOINT AND PROJECT CONFERENCE ADRIATICSZAGREB, 11/28/2012