Questions derived from the 70-630 – TS: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, Configuring Microsoft Self-Test Software Practice Test.
Objective: Manage Search
SubObjective: Configure search settings
Item Number: 70-618.104.22.168
Single Answer, Multiple Choice
You are in a process of deploying Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 in your company. You need to create some managed properties to help users find relevant information while searching the content. You need to discover the properties of the content used in your company.
What should you do first?
- Configure the trace log
- Create a search scope
- Configure the file type inclusion list
- Crawl the content
D. Crawl the content
Before creating managed properties, you should crawl the content to crawl the properties associated with the content. Crawling content helps you to discover the managed properties of the content in your company. When you crawl the content, the crawler also crawls the properties associated with the content. Crawled properties provide different types of information, such as title and author name. If you want to ensure users can find documents in the document library based on a particular property such as UserID, you should create a new managed property. This includes mapping the crawled property to the managed property and making the property available to scopes.
Configuring trace logs helps you analyze performance problems in MOSS 2007. By default, MOSS 2007 keeps event logs that are two days old. You can manually configure…
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