Monday, 15 June 2015

Content Search Query Rule for showing item with a future Expiry Date, or have Blank Dates.

There are so many cool ways you can use the Content Search Query rule, I blog about last (Content Search Query Rule for showing Items Modified Today).

So in this example, I have a list of Announcements. These Announcements have an Expiry Date. This Expiry Date column can be blank or have a date.

The Content Search Rollup must show all item which has a future Expiry Date, or are blank.

Note: The column which is being used to compare the date, must be a mapped in the Search Schema as a DATE (Date and Time) column. 

Note: The default “Expires” column is not automatically mapped, by the Search Schema. There is a mapped column called “ExpiresOWSDATE”, but this column is mapped as text. 

Query Rule:

The reason this is such a cool rule, is because it show items with Blank Dates.

Please see next blog on: How to Map the "Expires" date column in the Search Schema for SharePoint Online (Office 365)

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