Blog entries posted during January 2009

Customize the search experience with Search Server 2008

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

I recently posted an article on how to use Search Server 2008 for local searches on a website or intranet . In this post I’ll focus on the search query XML schema used by Search Server 2008 and how to customize search queries by specifying what... [ Read full article ]

23 January 2009  3 Comments


Customize the search experience with Search Server 2008

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

The Search Server XML query schema The XML used to submit queries to Search Server 2008 is actually quite easy to use. There are a number of different parameters you can specify, but most of them are optional and can be left out. Approaches for... [ Read full article ]

22 January 2009  0 Comments


Using EPiServer and Microsoft Search Server 2008

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

If you're interested in EPiServer and Microsoft Search Server you may also want to have a look at the post  Customize the search experience with Search Server 2008 . Introduction Microsoft Search Server 2008 is a stand-alone search server built up... [ Read full article ]

20 January 2009  19 Comments


Using EPiServer and Microsoft Search Server 2008

by: Ted Nyberg (Ted & Gustaf)

Introduction Microsoft Search Server 2008 is a stand-alone search server built upon the search technology originally developed for Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server , or MOSS for short. However, with the release of Search Server 2008, and its fre... [ Read full article ]

20 January 2009  0 Comments

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