Create and deploy custom entity extractors in SharePoint Server

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Optional In the Display form column, enter a refiner name. Contoso wants to extract these entities and wants to be able to refine on all of them. Make sure you use a comma as the column separator.

After the next full crawl has completed, the custom entity extractor is enabled. In the Key column, enter the term single or multiple words that you want to include as custom entities. In the Configure for section, configure how you want each refiner to appear.

For more information about managing crawled

Typically, this is a managed property that you expect to contain these entities, such as the managed properties Title or Body. To specify from which existing managed property custom entities should be extracted, you edit the existing managed property. The refiners based on the custom entities are available in the Refinement Web Part. See Overview of custom entity extractor types.

To use custom

Create and deploy custom entity extractors in SharePoint Server

Then, you configure a managed property to use a custom entity extractor and run a full crawl. For more information about managing crawled and managed properties, see Manage the search schema in SharePoint Server. To use custom entities as refiners in classic search, you first create a custom entity extraction dictionary and deploy it. Edit the Refinement Web Part.

You can use more than one line per key. Use the Display Form column to control and standardize the way in which the refiner is displayed. Make sure there are no leading or trailing spaces around the terms. Start the SharePoint Management Shell. Save the file to a location that is accessible from the server from which you will run the Microsoft PowerShell cmdlet to deploy the custom entity extraction dictionary.

Then you configure a