get the value of the custom property using the search query

How can I get the value of the property bag using the restAPI search query.
I've tried to index the bag of properties and start the analysis:


and when to try:

web.IndexedPropertyKey | Format-List

I see the property "sitetitlelabelkey" as indexed in the search.

But I could not find the search shema. unmanaged property or analyzed property.
and when running the search query:

I found the value of my property bag linked to the key "HitHighlightedSummary", but not for all sites and even has a value rong for some sites, the key is like this or contains another text.
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So, how can I get the value of my web property bag using a search query? I use RESTAPI.

search – Manual addition of searchable words in PDF

Is there a way to add searchable tags / keywords to a PDF document?
I've heard about the OCR option in Adobe Acrobat, but for some reason, this program keeps crashing, is there an alternative?

Can this also be done manually? For example, if the document is a scan from a handwritten note, so that titles can be searched?

usability – Multiple actions on a single search bar

Can a search bar include several actions that the user can perform?

The context: I design a system for a bike shop to manage the maintenance of all their bikes. Currently, mechanics fill generic sheets of paper by hand and once a month, the manager manually adds them to a Google document. The new system would let mechanics print a custom sheet of paper, then access that application and update it themselves.

Problem: The mechanic must therefore perform two actions once he has entered the number of a bicycle: print the sheet and record the repair. Is it acceptable to make two action buttons under one search? I imagine it a bit like the Google homepage, where you can do both "research" and "positive results". If you press Enter, the repair is logged by default.

Is there a UX model that breaks it? Is it intuitive?

low-fidelity screen capture with a search bar and two buttons underneath

constraints: Mechanics can print a sheet and then come back to the site much later. Mechanics will not usually need to print multiple sheets at a time. Mechanics can not leave the repair page open because they are on a shared computer for several mechanics. All bikes have a 3-digit number. Each search will return exactly one page (that is, I can not search for the word "23" and get the word "23", "231, 234".)

8 – How to enable sort by click for displaying the views table according to the index of the search API?

I'm trying to create a view with a table view based on the index of the search API (search in the database), with sorting by column (set of columns defined as Sortable in the display settings). However, this option is not available for my fields of view, that they are based on string or fulltext API search fields. Is there anything I can do to activate this?

I'm using the latest Drupal 8.7.x API nad Search 1.12


It seems that the availability of sort by click is determined in Drupalsearch_apiPluginviewsfieldSearchApiFieldTrait::clickSortable method. The inside check that fails because the field definition table does not contain search_api field key. So, is there anything I can do to add it?

BTW. Support for sorting by click has been added in Some problems related to SOLR have been mentioned, but are related to my use case.

Search all posts by user with Slack

Using Slack, I try to find all the messages per user, but here is the result:

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I've tried search terms:




But same search result.

How to find all messages from all channels of all workspaces by user name?

What does a typical, healthy Google Search Console look like?

Much of the answer depends on the site itself.

For example, some of my sites should not see a lot of traffic. For example, one is for my building. Apart from a few pages of content intended to help tenants, there is no reason to visit the site unless you are looking for an apartment. Another is for an antiques company site. It's a page.

I receive very little traffic on both. However, the important thing is the quality of the traffic you receive and the way it is converted into customers. As for my apartments, I am looking for tenants before having an opening. As for the site of antiquities, people drove from Oregon to Pennsylvania and lost $ 2,000 on a Saturday. We often have Pittsburgh people at 2 o'clock. The website of the apartment receives only about 60 pages viewed per month and ranks first for searches done in my area. The site of antiquities, much less page views, but still performs well in the search. The website of the apartment receives 4 to 5 pages viewed per user. This is well above average for such a site.

My point is this. Traffic is good depending on the site. However, not all sites need or should expect a lot of traffic. The most important is the quality of the traffic and its conversion. Too many people try and rank too much. For my examples of sites, I only need a ranking for a rather narrow search. For example, "apartments near me" or "antiques nearby" or "apartments in [cityPennsylvania "I get all the traffic for this research and more, so I dominate the market.

It all depends on your goal.

Search value in a multiline text field

I wonder if it is possible to get search values ​​(from another list) in a multiline column. I can have these values ​​as a separate search column, but I would like to incorporate them into the text in a multi-line column. I use SharePoint as part of O365 – must be one of the most recent versions. Thanks in advance!

SharePoint library search does not work as expected

I have a simple document library that contains over 8,000 documents (invoices).
The user searches with partial characters of the invoice number.

Example: Find "111840-QAP0150969-69" by entering "QAP0150969-69"

but the SharePoint results are 0.

and the strange thing is, if I delete & # 39; – & # 39; from partial search criteria, it returns the exact invoice.

Could someone help me understand what's going on here?

Below is the log file query and I have no errors after this query.

eventSearchFlowDone: 0cbe723e-7916-4df0-a9af-e19566e0254c,
(path: "http: // xxxxxxxxxx / xx // new binding unit" OR
DocumentLink: "http: // xxxxxxxxxx / xx / New binding unit /" OR
ParentLink: "http: // xxxxxxx / xx / New binding unit /
AND) (QAP0150969-69)
-ContentClass = urn: content class: SPSPeople, Microsoft.SharePointSearchProviderFlow, 64, xxxxxx-APP22.

Search Console unable to access the website after DNS change

I have recently changed hosting provider from Bluehost to Siteground, and then I transferred and redirected my domain to Siteground. After this transfer, the Google Search Console no longer works for me. When I enter the URL in the URL inspection tool, an error message "URL not in the property. Inspect a URL in the currently selected property or the properties of the switch "displayed. I then try to add an additional verification method, the HTML file method. I put the file at the root of my folder in my new host and I was verified successfully. However, the error "URL not in property" persists when I retry the URL inspection tool. I also note that no data has been recorded since Friday (today, it is Sunday). So it's been over 48 hours since I reassigned the DNS from the bluehost servers to the siteground servers.

What can I do to make my console work again and for googlebot to properly scan my site?

Where can I find a complete list of all DMCA removal reviews from Google Search (NO DUPLICATE, READ CAREFULLY)?

Where can I get a complete and detailed list of links in the particular DMCA complaint other than on the Lumen site to which all the answers seem to refer me?
The fact is that they hide these links for any reason and provide only one token to access them, allowing them to know your email. Next time you want to check it, your email will not work anymore. I bet there is some kind of invisible pervert before monetizing the entire DMCA process, so I wonder if there are any alternatives to this Lumen site in order to consult the full list of links in a DMCA complaint.