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paragraph-sep Element [XML Mapper Schema]

SharePoint 2010

Last modified: June 22, 2010

Applies to: SharePoint Server 2010

    <paragraph-sep>paragraphSeparatorValue</paragraph-sep>

The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements.

Attributes

None.

Child Elements

None.

Parent Elements

Element

Description

XMLPropertiesCreator

Specifies the parent element for XML Mapper configuration.

A string value that is detected as a string separator in XML elements. Normally, a single character is used.

Only one element is permitted.

If specified, the created crawled properties are turned into multivalued crawled properties by splitting the content on the separator string. The result for searching is a phrase boundary between the individual values.

The following example shows how to ensure that a multivalue string, where each substring is separated by semicolon, is mapped to a multivalue crawled property.

<XMLPropertiesCreator>
  <propset>d6ee4933-09c4-46e3-a5e4-b3787cb4a090</propset>
  <type>31</type>
  <paragraph-sep>;</paragraph-sep>
  <XMLMappings>
    <Mapping attr="mytags" path="//Tags"/>
  </XMLMappings>
</XMLPropertiesCreator>

An XML input <Tags>xps;office;xml</Tags> will be mapped to the specified crawled property as a multivalue string with the values xps, office, and xml.

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