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You can make use of properties Terms or TermsCount. This property provides the list of immediate Terms. So in your case you can use following logic if(term.Terms == null || term.Terms.Count == 0) //means this term has no childern if(term.TermsCount == 0) //means this term has no childern
You can use Script Created by http://blog.falchionconsulting.com/index.php/downloads/ There is a cmdlet that allows to export terms into an XML file and another cmdlet that allows importing from xml file. http://www.falchionconsulting.com/PowerShellViewer/Default.aspx?Version=SP2010&Cmdlet=Export-SPTerms ...
I'd do this through a quick workflow. Set the workflow to fire on document change, and set the workflow to change your column to the default value. Once you've got the workflow published, create a new temporary column and populate it in datasheet/quick edit view just to trigger the workflow (and thereby changing your default value). Once it has all ...
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