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Once you create the web part, you must give it a strong name, place it in the \bin directory, and register it as safe in the web.config file. Then you are ready to add it to the Search.aspx page. Unlike most pages, however, the Search.aspx page does not have an explicit edit command available in the actions list. Instead, you must manually place the page in edit mode by navigating to the following URL in the browser: http://[server]/Search.aspx Mode=Edit&PageView=Shared Once the page enters edit mode, you should see the familiar Modify Shared Page menu in the upper-right corner. You can now use this menu to import the new web part. After importing the new web part and running a search, you will see the new web part displaying the same results as the standard implementation of the SearchResults web part. At this point, you could go to the Web Parts Maintenance page and close the original SearchResults web part, leaving only your custom web part on the page. The Web Parts Maintenance page can be reached by appending contents=1 to any page, as shown in this example: http://[server]/[sitename]/default.aspx contents=1
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Note When working with web parts on Search.aspx, you might find it helpful to add a Links web part to
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the page that contains a link placing the page in edit mode. You may also want to add a link to the Web Parts Maintenance page, which can be useful for removing malfunctioning web parts during testing.
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Although we have created our own web part that shows results, you may notice that it does not yet respond to the sorting and grouping links. This is because the connection between our custom SearchResults web part and the SearchResultManagement web part has not yet been established. We can connect the web parts by setting the TargetResultListID property of the SearchResultManagement web part to the same value as the ResultListID property of our custom web part. Both of these properties are accessible through the web part properties pane and are located under the Miscellaneous section. However, you will not be able to access the properties for the SearchResultManagement web part in SPS. Instead, open Search.aspx in Microsoft FrontPage and set the properties to the same value. Figure 4-4 shows the properties pane for each of the web parts.
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Figure 4-4. Connecting the web parts in Microsoft FrontPage
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Modifying the Query Behavior
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At this point, we have done little more than reproduce the functionality of the original SearchResults web part, but we have created a project that will now allow us to override that functionality in several ways. The first changes we can make involve how the query is processed before the results are displayed. It turns out that the SearchResults web part does more than just display the query results it actually processes the query as well. The SearchResults web part maintains a template for creating queries. The template is made up of four parts that are saved as properties of the web part. These properties are QueryTemplateSelectPart, QueryTemplateFromPart, QueryTemplateWherePart, and QueryTemplateOrderByPart. These templates are used to generate a full-text query string when the GenerateQueryString method is called. This query string is then executed to produce the result set. The template information, query creation, and execution behavior are contained within the parent SearchResults class. If we want to change the query, therefore, we have to override
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the GenerateQueryString method and modify the query templates. Once we modify the templates, the result set will be based on our new query. One of the most popular reasons for modifying the query templates is to enable wildcard searching in SPS. This will allow you to put an asterisk after a term in the search box. By default, the query templates do not support wildcards, but we can modify the QueryTemplateWherePart to include this functionality. The templates we want to modify use tokens that are replaced when the query is created, so we have to specify the change using a token that represents the query parameter. The query parameter token is the term keywordinput with two underscores at the beginning and the end. Listing 4-4 shows an example of overriding the GenerateQueryString method to add wildcard functionality to the search. Simply adding this code to the code from Listing 4-3 will enable wildcard searching. Listing 4-4. Incorporating Wildcard Searches protected override string GenerateQueryString(string strKeyword,System.Collections.ArrayList rgScopeList,string strWhereAndPart, out string strSavedQuery) { //Add wildcard functionality to the query string wherePart = base.QueryTemplateWherePart; string firstPart = wherePart.Substring(0,wherePart.LastIndexOf("RANK BY COERCION")); string lastPart = wherePart.Substring(wherePart.LastIndexOf("RANK BY COERCION")); wherePart = firstPart + " OR CONTAINS('\"%__keywordinput__%\"') " + lastPart; base.QueryTemplateWherePart = wherePart; //Run query string query = base.GenerateQueryString(strKeyword,rgScopeList, strWhereAndPart,out strSavedQuery); strSavedQuery = query; return query; }
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