09-25-2019 06:57 PM
10-09-2019 02:11 PM
@Kerem Yuceturk I did found a way to execute the command.
it needs a tenant access right to execute the statement otherwise you end up in error.
10-24-2019 04:32 AM
@Kerem YuceturkWhat about SharePoint Server 2019 On-Premise? Could you give us an appropriate solution?
10-26-2019 08:18 AM
I am trying to search for a document by the tenant search (contos.sharepoint.com/search ) and using the search query tool but I don't get any result. The column contains separator dot (e.g PCE 234.56) no result is returned nut when i search with the title of the document , results are returned for the same document.
I have created a managed property (searchable,query-able, Language, matchable, langauge, tokenization ) mapped to the crawled property.
Please any idea
01-10-2020 09:48 AM
@Kerem Yuceturk Has there been any update to this? We are deploying our intranet and we have the scope set to just what it is out of the box which gives us results from the sites connected to our intranet hub. The problem is that it doesn't give us the people search capability. When I set the scope to include all of SharePoint, I feel like our results are cluttered up with a lot of information and even OneDrive. Will we be able to add in the people Search without all of SharePoint?
01-12-2020 02:55 AM
@Joe Volk we are in the same situation for our Intranet deployment, We've gone down the route of tweaking the search so that it does include all of SharePoint, primarily so that people and promoted results are returned. What we really need is the ability to scope SharePoint search to a hub / collection of Hubs but have the ability to showcase People and / or promoted results.
In the latest version of SPFX I have seen a preview feature on search customisation which might help: https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/blogs/announcing-sharepoint-framework-1-10-extendin...
That being said, having more options to control search via PowerShell / UI is a must I think for Intranet deployment.
02-20-2020 04:02 PM
@Kerem Yuceturk I'm curious on the status as well. This is something important to the success of our newly launched intranet. Being able to set a site to search across all sites in the hub will be a huge win.
02-22-2020 09:37 AM
Hi @Colleen Parker and everyone,
We are working on adding setting the search scope to hub capability now. Please stay tuned. My best estimate for availability would be around April.
02-22-2020 09:40 AM
@Joe Volk , @Max Goss , as you pointed out promoted results/answers as well as people are only available at the organization level, and not at site and hub levels. This is due to the challenge of not being able to easily scope these entities to the sites and hubs we are dealing with. While we don't have any plans on this at the moment, I am sending your feedback to some of my colleagues to consider. We will enable some capabilities to customize the verticals in the second half of the year as well.
At the moment, building a custom results page could be one solution for meeting this scenario.
02-22-2020 09:41 AM
Hi @Vadimg, sorry, this capability is only on SharePoint Online at the moment.
02-25-2020 06:13 AM
@Kerem Yuceturk While you are working on it. I'd like to vote that it works by giving people an option to search all sites in the hub or just the existing site. :) Thanks for the update.
04-08-2020 04:43 PM
Hi @Colleen Parker, and all,
I'm happy to report that you can now search across all sites in the hub that the current site is associated with by default. I've also updated the main post at the top of the thread.
To do this, set the SearchScope value to 2.
Hope this helps with your scenarios!
We are also working on adding a dropdown into the search box that the user can use to choose where to search. We hope to release this in a few months.
04-08-2020 05:32 PM - edited 04-08-2020 05:43 PM
@Kerem Yuceturk This is great, my site managers will be thrilled! Where do I set that Search Scope setting? Is that a site collection setting?
I went into the Manage Result Sources and saw this message.
Result Sources replace Search Scopes, which are now deprecated. You can still view your old scopes and use them in queries, but not edit them.
I'm not a SharePoint Search expert, so I'm likely overlooking something obvious.
04-09-2020 07:31 AM
@Colleen Parker, sorry about the confusion. Please refer to the original message at the beginning of this discussion thread. I've updated this to include instructions for the hub scoped search as well. The instructions work using PowerShell. Currently we don't have a user interface button for setting this, but we are planning on adding user interface controls in a future release.
Search Scopes reference you saw above refers to some of our pre-2013 classic search experiences.
04-20-2020 01:46 AM
@Kerem Yuceturk I am new to Powershell. I have manage to login on SPO. But I am getting an error using the first commando ($web = Get-PnPWeb) see beneath. Can you guys and girls help me?
Get-PnPWeb : The term 'Get-PnPWeb' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is correct and try again.
At line:1 char:8
+ $web = Get-PnPWeb
+ CategoryInfo : ObjectNotFound: (Get-PnPWeb:String) , CommandNotFoundException
+ FullyQualifiedErrorId : CommandNotFoundException
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