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Aug
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revised Security trimmed content based on group membership (target audience)
added a warning
Aug
19
answered Security trimmed content based on group membership (target audience)
Aug
6
comment scope of content types
Apparently there is, see my edit.
Aug
6
revised scope of content types
more research
Aug
5
answered scope of content types
Aug
4
answered power shell script to find a particular string
Jul
31
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
28
comment Does it take longer to move a file into a fuller document library?
It's definitely not something as simple as having list.Items enumerate over a large number of items. It's clear from our log entries that our custom code to rename the files is working consistently quickly, and the slow down happens exactly at the point when we call SPFile.MoveTo() to move the file into the Drop Off Library.
Jul
25
answered Redeploying List Definitions and preventing data loss
Jul
24
asked Does it take longer to move a file into a fuller document library?
Jul
22
revised Linq get Distinct or first from multiple group
Added lengthy explanation
Jul
22
comment Linq get Distinct or first from multiple group
When you say it only hits the GetHashCode function, were you stepping through the code to see that? And when you say it seemed to you that it was not looking across the whole collection but only at a single item, was that because it only hit the GetHashCode method once? Or did it hit that more than once? I will update my answer to walk through the logic flow.
Jul
22
comment Linq get Distinct or first from multiple group
Are "SendToEmail" and "EmailSub" the internal names of the "Subject" and "User" fields in your original post? If so, try substituting those as the field names in the equity comparer, and see if that works.
Jul
22
comment Linq get Distinct or first from multiple group
What do you mean you don't see how a one to one comparison is going to help? How do you think Distinct() works behind the scenes? It's taking an IEnumerable collection, and going through each item, one by one, and comparing it to the others, to determine which ones are "distinct". Now, maybe the code I wrote to determine equality is wrong, but that is what I came up with based on what you said you were looking for: "distinct result for the subject and user fields."
Jul
21
answered Linq get Distinct or first from multiple group
Jul
10
answered Document Set documents across multiple libraries and/or site collections
Jul
8
answered Moving pages top of the SharePoint search results
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Jul
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accepted How to add a service instance to a new server?
Jun
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comment How to add a service instance to a new server?
It won't let me until tomorrow, but I will.