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Crawl Sharepoint 2013 site as a regular web site
Finally found the answer! All webparts are rendered with class="noindex" by default, which causes crawl process to ignore it. To solve the issue: go to "Site Settings" -> "Search and offline availability" and for "Indexing ASPX Page Content" configuration select "Always index all Web Parts on this site". This will make sharepoint do not include "noindex" class anymore. If there are any subsit

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Online Google search Intelligent Quotient (IQ) test
After doing a lot of searching, finally found an online Google search IQ test at http://devdebug.com/techhelp/google-search-iq-test/ The test contains 10 questions, I managed to score only 30%. Best of luck folks!

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How to search a trinary tree?
This is a straightforward implementation of how to search in a tree, it's just that this time we have three possible subtrees: (define lookup (lambda (tr x) (cond ((null? tr) #f) ((equal? (first tr) x) #t) ; don't use eqv?, equal? is more general (else (or (lookup (second tr) x) (lookup (third tr) x) (lookup (fourth tr) x))))))

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Is there a way to search radius by radius in Google maps api v3?
Google Maps API v3 doesn't provide such function per-se, but it does provide wrappers to APIs that do offer radius based search like Your own records, stored in a fusiontable. See FusionTableQuery Google Places, see PlaceSearchRequest Google Maps Engine (I'm not sure you can filter by radius on the client side tho) see MapsEngineLayer Now, since you're already planning to save your data to a d

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How to search Lua table values
The straightforward way is to iterate through all elements and find one that matches your criteria: local t={ r={ x=1, y=1, displayName="Red", }, y={ x=1, y=2, displayName="Yellow", }, } for key, value in pairs(t) do if value.displayName == 'Red' then print(key) end end This should print 'r'. This may be quite slow on large tables. To speed up this proce

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Google indexing sites that I have not published?
The Google spider cannot search a folder for files. It could have gotten the file name from a sitemap, if you have included it. It's also possible that file name could have been acquired from a call to Google Analytics, which may have occurred in your testing. A third way this could have happened is if an external site happens to have a link to your test page.

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Is it possible to filter on a list of pairs in Solr?
Without knowing the exact structure of your documents - as long as these are single valued fields (meaning that they do not contain several entries for each document), filtering them should be doable by: -((color:Blue AND type:Mugs) OR (color:Red AND type:Shirts) ..)

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VIM search and replace whole word starting with dollar
That's easily explained. $ is normally not a keyword character, so the assertion that < provides ("match at the start of a [key]word") cannot be fulfilled. You can add the $ (for the current buffer) via :setlocal iskeyword+=$ but that also affects motions and may even break syntax highlighting. Better just drop the regexp assertion; $word> should suffice. If you need to assert that there

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Extjs 5: Grid Search Plugin
No, there is no free version for Ext 4 and 5 - if your plugin works in 4 it must be an unofficial version as the latest free version was for Ext 3. You can purchase the commercial version for Ext 4 & 5 here: http://extjs.eu/software/ext-grid-search-plugin/ I'm the author of the plugin.

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How to perform search in yii?
You need to use the activeDropDownList not the dropDownList: <?php echo CHtml::activeDropDownList($model, 'user_id', CHtml::listData(User::model()->findAll(array('order' => 'name')),'id','name'), array('empty' => 'Select User', 'class' => 'span12')); ?>

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Elasticsearch (n) documents per property value
Use an aggregation for "gender" field together with a "top_hits" aggregation to return n hits per each "gender" value: { "size": 0, "query": { "filtered": { "filter": { "bool": { "should": [{}] } } } }, "aggs": { "by_gender": { "terms": { "field": "gender" }, "aggs": { "first_hit": { "top_hits":

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vim: Search & replace
gD is "Go to global declaration", see :help gD. The mapping: jumps to the 1st occurrence of the word under the cursor in the buffer with gD, populates the command-line with %s/, meaning "substitute in the whole buffer", followed by the search pattern used by gD, inserted with <C-r>/, an empty pair of slashes, //, for the replacement, the flags gc that mean "do your magic on every match on

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Find search and replace using sed
Any set of delimiter characters can be used in an s/// command, not just the traditional /. So you can use another marker for the s/// command (s!!! or s,,, are both fairly common) or you can simply escape the slash /.

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what is map and reduce phase in search
Here is my take on your query search problem- I'm just giving you a rough overview of what should be done, rather than giving you the code (my bash skills are a bit rusty anyway). Job Setup First you will need to tokenize the query, put the list of tokens as a comma separated list into a config value. You can do this on the mapper/reducer side if you like, but I would recommend to centralize thi

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Configure GSA to crawl content
I understood that some urls in your website are secured and rest are public urls. And you wanted to tell GSA to use Controlled-Access Content crawl only for the secured urls. If this is the case, then you have to move all the secured content to some common pattern Ex: www.abc.com/secured/xxx and crawl that pattern using Controlled-Access Content crawling. If that is not a feasible solution, then a

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Do I need to optimize boolean expressions in Elasticsearch filters?
Use bool filters instead of and/or filters. If the atomic conditions are term filters, their results are cached and bool filters make use of the cached bitsets to compute results quickly unlike and/or filters. As the term filters are cached, it is fine if you repeat them in your query. The results for a given term filter will be computed only once. Next time the same filter is used (in the same qu

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Binary search ALP
In that loop, AX is assigned an index of an element in the array, and that index is then moved into SI. The array was declared as ARR DW .... The W in DW stands for Word, so each element in the array is a word, which is 2 bytes on x86 platforms. Therefore, you need to multiply the index by 2 before using it to read from the array. That's what ADD SI,SI does (SI + SI == SI * 2).

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Elastic search one index or multiple index for same data
I would stick with a single index and a single type. An ES "index" is analogous to a SQL "database". An ES "type" is analogous to a SQL "table". Would you create separate databases or separate tables for separate companies? Probably not. ES scales very nicely, and makes it plenty easy to search by just about anything you wish within the type. 50M documents should be no problem as long as you

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Google Sitelinks Search Box
It is only going to change the functionality of the search box (to on-site search) for results that are already showing a search bar. As stated here: https://developers.google.com/webmasters/richsnippets/sitelinkssearch Search box not displaying? The sitelinks search box appears only for navigational queries and when relevant for users. Google algorithms use a variety of factors to determin

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Map backspace to remove search highlight, and normal action when there is no highligted search in vim
You can determine if search highlight is currently on by variable v:hlsearch, thus, with a <expr> mapping, your goal can be achieved. Try this mapping: nnoremap <expr> <BS> v:hlsearch?':noh<cr>':'<BS>'

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Splunk subsearches
You can use the join command to combine results from two different searches by a list of fields. If needed you can run multiple joins one after another. The syntax is: first search | join [ secone search ]

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Google search for images sometimes messes up?
This is not a case of a failing algorithm. It may be that the picture is on a harry potter website, or that the picture is tagged with "Harry Potter." It's most likely the first senario. Also, you'll notice that as you scroll farther to the bottom, the results are less like your search. It's supposed to show the most relevant results at the top (unless you changed that order option).

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Replicating Google Search Grey Search Suggestions
I am not sure I understand your questions correctly but I think you are talking about the the first auto-suggest result which is pushed in grey. Just use your suggestion's first result as that "Shadow Text".

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Check and Delete specific file in a folder and subfolders
Folder is the C:Users folder object; objDesktopFolder is the folder object for each folder directly in C:Users, e.g. C:Usersuser1 - not further levels of subfolders e.g. C:Usersuser1Desktop (so it's a misleading name as it is not the desktop folder). If you only want to look directly on the desktop, then just change this line (and any other line that uses that path): If FSO.FileExists(Folder &

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Stata tab over entire dataset
Stata does not use row and column terminology except with reference to matrices and vectors. It uses the terminology of observations and variables. You could stack or reshape the entire dataset into one variable if and only if all variables are numeric or all are string. If that assumption is incorrect, then you would need to convert numeric variables to string, at least temporarily, before you

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replace the string all over buffer emacs
Looks like this is not possible interactively. So let's put up some Elisp together. (defun my-replace-allbuffer (str-orig str-replace) (interactive "sString ? sReplace with ? ") (replace-string str-orig str-replace nil (point-min) (point-max)) ) and bind the function to your prefered key binding. The documentation of replace-string (C-h f replace-string RET) tells us it can tak

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Elastic Search returns inconsistent results on running the same query multiple times
The issue was due to the timeout set in the query. In some part of our code we are setting the timeout to zero. We corrected the code and now the query is working fine. I have inserted the correct query here { "from" : 0, "size" : 20, "query" : { "filtered" : { "query" : { "query_string" : { "query" : "BUg-157099*", "default_field" : "_content",

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typo3 indexed search duplicate news entries
When creating a content element containing the plugin for the news list you can access several configuration options. One is called "Exclude already displayed news" (on 'Additional'-Tab). Did you try this?

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Azure Search - OrderBy filterable field then by distance
We don't currently support modeling this scenario with scoring profiles. This has come up multiple times though, so it's something we'd like to add. In the meanwhile, one thing you can do as a work-around is to add the StateId value to one of the searchable fields (e.g. just append it at the end of the text). Then during search include the state id as part of the search string, which should skew

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Respond to search query get request
I found the answer a long time ago, if anyone comes across this and wonders heres what i found out: If you want to add some dynamic html into a webpage, from the server not from the javascript. You have to use templates. A template/template language makes you able to inject dynamic html, for example search results, into the template and send that as an html file to the request. For example, if

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How to add field into search widget in adempiere
Let me see if I got you right. You have a table, and when you hit the search button, the search window display "name" and "description" fields. You want to add "address_id" as an additional search criteria. As System Administrator, you need to go to "Table & Column", search for your table and then go to the "Column" tab and search the column "address_id". There you need to check the "Selec

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typo3 ke_search Results per Page
ke_search is using the FlexForm value, which is saved in the database and isn't a GP parameter. If you want to do it quick, try to modifiy the ke_search extension by overriding this value: ke_search/lib/class.tx_kesearch_db.php public function getLimit(){ $limit = $this->conf['resultsPerPage'] ? $this->conf['resultsPerPage'] : 10; and replace it with public function getLimit(){ $fV

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Neo4J search word not knowing what is the size of the letters
Case-insensitive search? The idea is that you convert both sides of the comparison to the same case. That would be: MATCH (w:item) WHERE lower(w.value) = 'book' RETURN w; The lower() function returns a string in lower case.

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EXCEL 2010, vertical search, parse cell
Rather hacky solution that uses formulas only. Enter in Sheet1!C1: =IF(COUNTIF(Sheet2!$A:$A,Sheet1!$A1)=1,VLOOKUP(Sheet1!$A1,Sheet2!$A:$C,3,FALSE),SUMIF(Sheet2!$A:$A,"*"&Sheet1!$A1&"*",Sheet2!$C:$C)) Sample result: Sheet2 Sheet1 Disclaimer: This method is very easy to break. One possible failing is that if there are no spaces between the IDs in Sheet2, the formula fails. Also,

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Quick access to recurrent searches in Sublime Text
You can use snippets in search bar, for example: <snippet> <content><![CDATA[ s*$1 = myClass(.*) ]]></content> <tabTrigger>search</tabTrigger> <description>Search snippet</description> </snippet> BUT you can only expand them with CTRL+Space. Tab key for snippet expansion does not work in search field. Btw: This works for me in Sublime Text

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Alfresco Lucene search syntax
If I understand correctly, you'd like to find all the documents that have property mycontentmodel:myproperty, but you're not interested in the actual value of the property. If so, find out what type or aspect mycontentmodel:myproperty belongs to. If it belongs to type mycontentmodel:mytype the query can be: PATH:"/app:company_home//*" AND TYPE:"mycontentmodel:mytype" and if it belongs to aspe

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Laravel search for title and related tags
I would try a query scope. And then use your relationships to query the rest... class Post extends Eloquent { public function tags() { return $this->belongsToMany('Tag'); } public function scopeTitle($query, $title) { return $query->with('title', '=', $title); } } Then you could use the Model like this: Post::title('Post Title')->tags(); This would get the post

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Match each keyword at least once
If you use omitTermFreqAndPositions="true" in your field definition, you will get the result you want; the number of times a search term is matched in the document will not change the score; the score will then only be impacted by the number of different search terms that match the document.

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Set of structs containing a slice
You can use a pointer to your struct as a map key: map[*VWState]bool If you want to be able to compare equivalent structs, you can create a method to output a key for the map. String() would be convenient, since you could also use it to print your struct, or tie in a hash function and output something shorter, even an int. Something as simple as this may suffice, though you could make the outp

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