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The Question contains a workable solution to make List Attachments clickable. But it isn't feasible when loading dozens of columns and rows, the performance is noticeably affected. Instead, the link should be generated on demand, when the user clicks. Here is a modification on the above code to make it work. This shaved about 3.5 seconds of my loading and ...
Before I read it, the first idea that came to mind was syncing/mirroring across the two farms. Another idea is to have multiple farms, one in North America that those end-users use, and another separate farm in Europe that Europeans use. These farm can connect and sync up with one another with Search, MMS, User Profile Service, BCS, etc. There is no need for ...
YES, always query your list with CAML and assign view fields, simply cycling the listitemcollection will give you bad performance. Calling a view means you're basically extracting the CAML from that view and using it to do a query. Meaning you'll have great performance. Recommended approach.
I made also a good warmup script. He works with all supported versions 2007, 2010 and 2013. This script checks prerequisites for a good warmup. Try it and give me feedback ! https://spswakeup.codeplex.com/ SPSWakeUp is a PowerShell script tool to warm up all site collection in your SharePoint environment. It's compatible with all supported versions for ...
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