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Define content source in Search

  Asked By: Andrea    Date: Apr 09    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1162

Pls. clarify my doubts and provide me with some explanation.

1. How do you define content source in Search?

2. Where the Index is stored? (as crawling creates index to each doc.)

3. Am having 5 Features(f1,f2,f3,f4,f5). Each feature is dependent to other
Now How do i define dependencies at the time of deploying a feature.

4. What are XML based webparts?



2 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Wesley Myers     Answered On: Apr 09

I really don't see any doubt per say, but here's a few answers....

1. How do you define  content source  in Search?
In MOSS 2007, this is in the SSP

2. Where the index  is stored? (as crawling  creates index to each doc.)
The index is all machines with the sharepoint indexing service installed.
It's easy to find because it creates  a windows network share.

3. Am having 5 Features(f1,f2,f3,f4,f5). Each feature  is dependent  to other
Now How do i define dependencies  at the time  of deploying  a feature.

There isn't an easy way to do this, the best method is to make one WSP with
all of the dependencies in it.

4. What are XML based  webparts?
XML based webparts? Well I'm not really sure about this one, but SharePoint
lets you export a webpart as an XML file, however, it's not the binaries,
only public properties are exporting such as the title, size and of course
any custom properties you've added.

Answer #2    Answered By: Shailendra Shinde     Answered On: Apr 09

Could b pls  tel me exactly abt Indexing?
How can i know that the sharepoint indexing service installed in my system?

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