segunda-feira, 22 de fevereiro de 2010 06:11
I have a sample web application where HTML web pages are deployed. The web pages contain properties that are stored in the META tags. Aside from the contents that are of string type, I also use integer and datetime values. I ran a crawl of the application to be able to search for the contents of the source. However, these properties are crawled and indexed as strings. As a result, I was not able to issue queries against these values using relational operators (greater than, less than, etc.). In MOSS 2007, the issue can be resolve by installing the HTML Property Filter (HTMLProp). HTML meta properties that are identified as strings can be converted to an integer or to a datetime field.
In FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint, are there means of converting data types from “string” to an “integer” or to “datetime”? Is installing the HTMLProp also a possible solution in this enterprise search solution? Can data type conversion be accomplished using pipelining? I was reading MS protocol specifications on Item Processing but I was not able to find how we can convert data types for HTML web pages that were crawled and indexed in FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint.
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quarta-feira, 9 de maio de 2012 14:33
I 2010 you can base a managed property on the crawled property and managed properties have types. This allows you to use the FQL range function on dates and integers, which is probably what you are looking for.
You can create and configure the managed properties with powershell.