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I recently had the same problem due to database corruption. According to this site, there is a timer job that should be deleting all old events, and you should make sure this "Immediate Alert" timer job is running. You can check to see if old events are actually being deleted by running this SQL against your database: select top 1000 from ...


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If I understand you correctly, You are trying to create two separate views for two departments, And you wish to open the default view based on the department that is opening the form. And later you wish to submit the form to a single document library. Yes this can be done by creating two different links for each department and in the source URL we need to ...


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have you looked at http://www.toddklindt.com/blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=400: this link tells you how to set retention which will have a longer lasting effect and help you Shrink your DB (I was able to reclaim nearly 80% of the space consumed by WSS_UsageApplication


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Thread is 4 years old, and SP is fading away (partly, IMO, because the API is so abstruse and the design so closed), but thought I'd add a response... If you understand the concepts of SharePoint, then it's pretty straightforward to guess what the tables do based on their names... It can be a little more difficult to determine exactly where specific pieces ...


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IMO, you're looking forward to a lot of problems if you really want to push all this data into SharePoint lists! First, you're hitting a number of hard or soft limits in SharePoint : no more than 5000 items per view, no more than 200GB per content DB, no more than 12 lookups in a query, etc. Second, conceptually, SharePoint is not a replacement for a ...



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