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If you intend to use BSC External List to fetch data you should be aware of this important point If the retrieving items from CRM list / database are more than 2000 items you will face performance issue so I advise you to check external list limitation before you try to use BCS even if you increase its default max (2000 items)to absolute max via ...


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This problem might occur because of the connections authentication mode is not assigned to BDC Identity. Below Connection properties -> Select Client -> Below Secure Store Application ID -> Select BDC Identity. For more details you can check Login failed for user ‘NT AUTHORITY\ANONYMOUS LOGON’ in SharePoint Business Connectivity Service


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yes it is possible to find out the user who has updated the record. You try checking out the "Execute" and "set permissions" in the Business Data Connectivity service application .


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If you intend to use BSC External List to fetch data you should be aware of this important point If the retrieving items from LOB database are more than 2000 items you will face performance issue so I advise you to check external list limitation before you try to use BCS even if you increase its default max (2000 items)to absolute max via ...


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We utilized a custom webpart to write to SQL to record many entries like this. Then, we then used SSRS to report on it. Links to the reports were posted on the SharePoint site along with the form. Most users didn't realize it was two separate systems.


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Unless you are using other functionality of SharePoint to collect the registrations or initiating an approval workflow, it might be best to store this list in an Excel document that is stored on SharePoint. There are a lot of reporting options in Excel as well as using the document as a source.


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Storing this much data is not an issue with SharePoint. But actual problem is presenting the data( reporting). In SharePoint their is thing called "List View Threshold" which had limit of 5000 items in a view. Even you stored the data in the SQL bring in Sharepoint using the BCS but again LVTH will cause the issue. What you do, create index columns, use ...


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Be aware of this important point If the retrieving items from oracle database are more than 2000 items you will face performance issue so I advise you to check external list limitation before you try to use BCS even if you increase its default max to absolute max via powershell. Regarding using Oracle with visual studio you should Make sure ...


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You could use SharePoint Designer to do this. In Visual Studio you will have more possibilities but it is way more complicated. I think for your purpose SharePoint Designer will do the job. Ingo Karstein: Create a simple BCS connection with SharePoint Designer 2010 this helped me a lot to get started with BDC connections ;)


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The properties you are looking for are already automatically created for you by SharePoint, "EntityName" and "EntityNamespace". You don't even need to create the managed properties and map them. Take a look at Search Service Administration page in the Central Administration and "Metadata properties" section.



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