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Question No: 1 of 56
What are some of the new features added to SharePoint 2013 search? 
Options:
  1. Web Analytics is now handled by Search
  2. Result Sources
  3. Continuous crawling
  4. Fast Search is built-in
  5. Content Search Webpart
  6. All the above
View Answer/Explanation:
f
Explanation:
Web Analytics is now handled by the Analytics Processing component of Search Result Source:- It allows to specify a provider to obtain results from, or to limit a search to a subset of those results. Continuous crawling:- Allows to maintain the search index as current as possible Built-in Fast Search:- Most of the Fast Search Features of SharePoint 2010 are now available with the built-in Search

Question No: 2 of 56
Which of following components constitute the SharePoint Search 2013 architecture? 
Options:
  1. Crawl component
  2. Content Processing Component
  3. Index component
  4. Query processing component
  5. Search administration component
  6. All the above
View Answer/Explanation:
f
Explanation:
The crawl component, fetches content from the various content sources based on the defined crawl rules which is passed to "content Processing component" The index component receives the processed items from the content processing component and writes them to the search index. The query processing component analyzes and processes search queries and results. Search administration component runs the system processes for search, and adds and initializes new instances of search components. Analytics processing component does search analytics and usage analytics.

Question No: 3 of 56
What databases are part of SharePoint Search 2013? 
Options:
  1. Crawl database
  2. Link database
  3. Analytics reporting database
  4. Search Administration database
  5. All the above
View Answer/Explanation:
e
Explanation:
Crawl database:-Stores information about crawled items Link database :- Stores information extracted by the content processing component and search click information Analytics reporting database:- Stores the results of usage analytics Search Administration database:- Stores search configuration data

Question No: 4 of 56
Which of the following is true about an Event Store in SharePoint search? 
Options:
  1. It stores usage events such as number of times an item is viewed
  2. The usage events are stored on the Application Server which hosts the analytics processing component
  3. Both a and b
  4. Only a
View Answer/Explanation:
c
Explanation:
The Event store stores usage events

Question No: 5 of 56
Which of the following is true regarding content sources? 
Options:
  1. “Local SharePoint sites” is one of the predefined content source that is automatically configured when Search is set up.
  2. A content source can contain upto100 start addresses.
  3. You can create an unlimited number of content sources for one Search Service application
  4. All the above
View Answer/Explanation:
d
Explanation:
A content source has settings to specify, the type of content that will be crawled, a crawl schedule, start addresses to crawl, content source priority.

Question No: 6 of 56
What are the various kinds of content sources you have in Search? 
Options:
  1. SharePoint sites and External websites
  2. File Shares and Exchange public folders
  3. Lotus Notes and Documentum
  4. Line of business data
  5. Custom repository
  6. All the above
View Answer/Explanation:
f
Explanation:
All the above are different kinds of Content sources that we can use in Search. We can also create a custom connector framework to connect to a custom content source.

Question No: 7 of 56
Every Content source has its own connector framework 
Options:
  1. True
  2. False
View Answer/Explanation:
a
Explanation:
Every content source has its own connector framework(Ex:- The content source Business Connectivity Services (internal protocol) uses the Bcs).

Question No: 8 of 56
Which of the following is true regarding crawler credential authentication? 
Options:
  1. Search by default uses the “default content access account” to crawl the content source.
  2. Using a crawl rule we can specify a different content access account to use when crawling.
  3. The crawling account must have at least read permissions on all content that is crawled.
  4. All the above
View Answer/Explanation:
d
Explanation:
Every content source needs some account that is authorized to crawl content from it.

Question No: 9 of 56
Best Bets and Keywords of SharePoint 2010 are now referred as “Promoted Results” and “Query Rules” in SharePoint 2013 
Options:
  1. True
  2. False
View Answer/Explanation:
a
Explanation:
Promoted Results are used to promote a result to the top of the Search results using query rules. They can be created on the Search Service Application, Site Collection or Site level using the Search Query Rules option. To create at Site Collection level, go to Site Settings?Search Query Rules. Select the Context source. Click on new Query rule, frame the rule and click on “Add Promoted Result”.Click Save

Question No: 10 of 56
Search Scopes of SharePoint 2010 are now called as “Result Sources” in SharePoint 2013 
Options:
  1. True
  2. False
View Answer/Explanation:
a
Explanation:
Result sources hold search results from specific sources and/or can be filtered with specific criteria. A result source can specify:- A Search Provider/URL from where to get the search results Protocol to get Search results A query transform to get a subset of results An authentication method used to fetch the search results SharePoint Server 2013 provides 16 pre-configured result sources

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