SharePoint Search Query Tool
Use this tool to test out and debug search queries against the SharePoint 2013/2016/Online Search REST API.
Learn how to build an HTTP GET/POST query, and how the different parameters should be formatted.
After running the query, you can view all types of result sets returned; Primary Results, Refinement Results, Query Rules Results, Query Suggestions, in addition to the actual raw response received from the Search service.
- More about the Search REST API in SharePoint 2013 on Nadeem's blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/nadeemis/
- Debugging managed properties on Mikael's blog: https://techmikaels.com
- Reading the rank details page
- Freshness boost generator under Tools
- SharePoint Online, SharePoint 2013, SharePoint 2016
|SharePoint Query Tool||Nadeem Ishqair (Microsoft) - Mikael Svenson (@mikaelsvenson) - Maximilian Melcher (@maxmelcher) - Barry Waldbaum (Microsoft) - Dan Göran Lunde (@fastlundan) - Petter Skodvin-Hvammen (@pettersh) - Holger Lutz (Microsoft)|
|PSSQT - PowerShell Module||Frode Sivertsen (Microsoft)|
|2.6||May 31st 2017||Moved to github|
|2.7||Aug 24th 2017||Added new SPO login, removed GQL support|
|2.8||Mar 26th 2018||Removed old SPO login as it fails too often. Fixed ADAL login for viewing all properties.|
THIS CODE IS PROVIDED AS IS WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, MERCHANTABILITY, OR NON-INFRINGEMENT.
What will this tool do for you?
This tool will help you test search against SharePoint as well as craft GET and POST queries which you can use in your own code.
Quick start guide
Download the tool
You can download the tool from here:
Once you've downloaded the tool (or alternatively you can also compile it yourself using Visual Studio) you have a folder containing the tool SearchQueryTool.exe. Double click the file to start it.
Connect to a server
In the Connection pane enter the URL and authentication information for your server/tenant.