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Regarding your first question: you can also use PowerShell to accomplish this. Powershell has built in cmdlets to open and process XML and the SharePoint cmdlets will allow you to easily insert this data into a list. This snippet shows how easy it can be: Use the [XML] type accelerator to convert results from Get-Content into an XML document, and then ...


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I think this is what you are looking for: // Web Navigation using (var site = new SPSite("http://yoursite/")) { using (var web= site.OpenWeb()) {   // PublishingWeb Navigation var pubWeb = PublishingWeb.GetPublishingWeb(web); // Exclude subsites to appear in navigation pubWeb.Navigation.CurrentIncludeSubSites = false; // Exclude new ...


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This blog post might answer your question (if I interpret it correctly): Query String URLs are Magical (Part 2 of 4) It uses Query Strings in the URL to pass in the project ID as a parameter to another page and uses the query string filter web part to parse that parameter out of the URL. I think this is what you mean by "defined by a link from a previous ...



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