Actually that was the next post from the Extending Sitefinity search functionality
series I've planned, and should be out by the end of this week. The answer is yes, although it would be much more convenient top do it in the SearchResults widget. The search results that are displayed when you perform search are of type IDocument and are stored in an IResultSet, in other words these are not the actual items, but their Lucene representation. However each of these documents contains a property
which can be used to determine what is the actual object type it represents. Once you determine if the object is of the desired type you can get the
property of the document, which represents the actual item ID. Using the corresponding manager you can get the object and access any of its fields so you can display the information on the template.
All the best,
the Telerik team
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