My workplace implemented Portolio 2016 as a CMS for photography early last year. We are publishing a selection of those photographs to other employees inside the company via NetPublish.
We did customize the NetPublish site quite a bit to make it work little bit more like a “Google search”. There’s only one search field available for the user (the QuickSearch) and people can just search keywords without have to use any AND/OR operators (we made the AND operator just default).
It works well 90% of the time, but we have one problem. The QuickSearch searches every single field associated with the file, including the information about when the file was cataloged, a date that interferes with the “shooting date” when people want to search when the image was taken.
Example: An image of a blue Ford Focus which was shot in 2005, but was cataloged 2016, comes up when you search (via QuickSearch in NetPublish) for “Blue Ford Focus 2016”.
Done anyway know how we can possibly solve this? Can we somehow limit the fields the Quicksearch searches in? Can we someone erase the catalog date information (would like to stay away from that)?
Any help greatly appreciated!