Daily Blog Post 10/20/2009

  • You know how your SharePoint site looks dull and boring out of the box? We have the cure! Our SharePoint themes enable you to spruce up the look and feel of your site quickly and easily, regardless of what you use your site for.

    A range of colour schemes with accompanying imagery and textures are available. Some help you make a bold statement, others have subtle style. Either way, our passion is to help you add flair to your site🙂

    We release new themes on a regular basis, so sign up to the newsletter to be notified as soon as updates are available!

    tags: sharepoint, moss, themes

  • In this article, we will go through all those configurations required to create a search scope that will be dedicated to return only documents. Before we start with the configurations required, let’s take a look at the basics of SharePoint search scope.

    tags: search, moss, sharepoint, scopes, contentclass

  • There are various ways that you can query the Search Service in your SharePoint site:

    1) Using the Search Web Service

    2) Using the SharePoint Object Model

    There are yet again two ways you can use the Search, using the Object Model:

    i) KeywordQuery

    ii) FullTextSqlQuery

    I think it is a good option to use Object Model when you want to customize the Search (mostly in your WCM websites), and KeywordQuery comes in very handy!

    Using KeywordQuery to search is pretty simple! (provided you have set up your Search properly)

    tags: moss, sharepoint, search, development, c#, codesnippet

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