> Could you please send the problematic html page to me? I'd like to live
> test it and see what the root cause is.
I was just about to email the page to you and decided to do a few more tests
myself. The document is actually appearing in the search results but it's at
number 35 in the results list which the intranet page search results don't
show but the Query Catalog command in the management console does find it. I
guess the words "take command" are common in many other pages on our
intranet - not surprising really.
I assume this is because the indexing service is reasonably dumb (without
meaning offence!) in that it simply ranks documents on occurences of the
keywords and doesn't having an learning kind of mechanism? For example, if
ten searches are carried out on "take command" and when the user always
opens the same (35th) link, the ranking of that document increases?
Is there a way to add metatags to improve the ranking of this document as
you can do with search engines on the internet?
Also, why doesn't searching for "take command" in quotes find that phrase.
It seems to bring back the same list whether or not quotes are used.
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