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Here are a couple of links that might help you http://sharing-the-experience.blogspot.com/2012/06/performance-issue-caml-against-large.html http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff798465.aspx


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In accordance with good practice, you're doing it right, but always a way to solve the world of WEB. If not work using the tag 'a', do the following: If you want to run a javascript function tries to use the tag 'p' with a property onclick="function ()" Anything I am available to help you


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Their is no direct way to upgrade from 2007 to 2013.There are couple of ways to get this done. OOTB, you have to adopt the database upgrade process, in which you need a SharePoint 2010 farm. You have to upgrade the database to SharePoint 2010 first then to upgrade to 2013. if you have only want to move the content then you can try to move manully from 2007 ...


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Finally I got the problem. After the migration to SharePoint 2010 the Web Services were also migrated as they were, with old references to to the SharePoint 2007 site. I didn know at the time I wrote this question, but the InfoPath form was relying entirly on this web services, where all the code behind was executed. After re-building the web services with ...


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Please use vendor documentation for your backup software CommVault Simpana to relocate backup file location to another drive as required.


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How about a full crawl? Did it run in the meantime? If your comment to my question means that you do not have a full crawl running at all, I can assure you at some point you will run into problems. I am sorry to continue on the path of the full crawl, but I would try the following optimisations first and then run a full crawl to fix the issue: Check out ...


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You can use the pwoershell to get the alerts for a site collection. First you make sure powershell is properly configured. Now run the below script and you will get it. Add-PSSnapin microsoft.sharepoint.powershell $site = Get-SPSite "http://dlvrn2010.com/sites/spalerts/ $alertResultsCollection = @() foreach ($web in $site.AllWebs) { ...


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The out-of-the-box web services in SharePoint 2007 do not allow for permissions retrieval of anything other than a site or a list. For individual listitem permissions, you need to create your own solution. That being said, you can find an example of a web service (for deployment to a SharePoint 2007 farm) that allows for retrieval of individual item ...


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So this is a form that has been published to a form library. This based on what you describe above. There are a couple of things I would check. First, have you verified all the data connections? Not saying this is the answer, but it might help. Another option, is that there is code attached to the form. Either C# or Visual Basic. You would have to expose the ...


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Not sure about other Windows versions but in Win 7, 'Date Modified' does not show the date it was modified in Sharepoint 2010. In Windows Explorer, right click the header and choose 'Date last saved', which will show the Sharepoint last modified date.


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Refer the below code for SharePoint DateTime field: DateTime Control: <sharepoint:datetimecontrol ID="dtDateTime" runat="server" IsValid="true" IsRequiredField="true" ></sharepoint:datetimecontrol> c# code: dtDateTime.SelectedDate = System.DateTime.Now


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Try deploying the Activity dll to GAC. To use custom activity in Workflow, you need to deploy the activity to the GAC.


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You can't, but you can make it harder for users to download disabling the right-click-save-as function $(document).ready(function(){ $('#videoElementID').bind('contextmenu',function() { return false; }); }); Reference: One answer to the question Prevent HTML5 video from being downloaded (right-click saved)?



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