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No it's not possible. Here is a link: http://community.office365.com/en-us/forums/148/p/173261/505321.aspx?ss=5b31d473-26f2-41da-8c36-9397d1d2fad2#505321


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=MID([Title], FIND(".", [Title])+1, LEN([Title])) You could also wrap it in an if so that it just shows nothing if there is no period =IF(ISNUMBER(FIND(".",[Title])),MID([Title],FIND(".",[Title])+1,LEN([Title])),"") Here is an MSDN page with a pretty comprehensive set of the 2010 calculated columns that I use: ...


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Delete and re-create. And that has serious drawbacks. If this is on-premises, you can use the Export-SPWeb / Import-SPWeb cmdlets to preserve the data.


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in theory: Maximum no of items including list item and document in a content database is 60 Million Maximum no of items a list can have is 30,000,000 per library i.e 30 million, so roughly you can have 2 million list in a site collection each list having 30,000,000 items from support perspective so you can 2 million list in one site in a ...


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Load the javascript at the first page in the provider hosted app. A popstate event is dispatched to the window every time the active history entry changes between two history entries for the same document. -> Add history record for the same page (provider hosted start url) -> When you press the back button, popstate event is triggered and loads correct ...


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Having a similar challenge as you in regards to prepping for cutover from staging to production, but only when I try to use multiple path statements (see Multiple, Relative "Path:" in SharePoint 2013 CSWPs) To return a single result, try: path:{SiteCollection.URL}path1/patha/ or... path:{Site.URL}path1/patha/ Haven't tried the {Web.url} ...



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