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I think some knowledge of managed paths can be of help here - What is managed path? A short description would be to determine URLs of the top sites or site collections using Managed Paths. When creating site collections for a web application, we need a container or a place where we can put them. There are two different types we can use Managed ...
Try like this: <Or> <Eq> <FieldRef Name="Webpage" /> <Value Type="Text"> <PageUrl /> </Value> </Eq> <Eq> <Value Type="Text"> <PageUrl /> </Value> <Value Type="Text"> // e.g. ...
If you have them both cached, then I believe it just comes down to debuggability and visibility. It is easier to see what site you are working with when you construct with the url versus the GUID. I don't recall one being more performant over the other. Personally, I would use the url so I know what I'm working with. You might be doing other things in the ...
It happens when you have already a library/folder named Images and now you are trying to create a new Library/folder by the same name. Sometimes it can not be found in site content view so try to find it by PowerShell or SharePoint Designer.
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