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comment sharepoint-show some data of list in page For example number of item added to list
Sory, looks like I used developer's words:) When you click add Web Part in Web Part page you see category List and Libraries. This is Xslt List View Web Part configured to display some list or library.
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answered sharepoint-show some data of list in page For example number of item added to list
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answered Does it matter if I use RunWithElevatedPrivileges in SPJobDefinition?
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comment Sharepoint / Project 2013 clean installation
Please share errors from file C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\15\LOGS\PSCDiagnostics_9_11_2013_17_48_27_974_1573423007.log and inspect windows event log. Is service pack installed to windows server?
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comment Search service insdie my SharePoint 2013 , how does it work
John, it's interesting. Last time I worked with continuous, where wasn't incremental crawl schedule. I didn't find documentation on it. Hope where will be documentation when I need to work with it. But it's interesting to know. Please let me know if you will find documentation.
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comment Search service insdie my SharePoint 2013 , how does it work
John, you can configure continious schedule. But you can't do it throw WebUI. Only powershell. This topic contains powershell command example and description: technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj219802.aspx#Proc3
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