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I've got a list with ~2000 items. I'm hoping to add a daily status update (i.e. Up/Down) to each that i can then use the results to make monthly/yearly/etc.. trend charts. Is there a clean way to do this without lists getting out of control large?

edit: To keep it simple, I don't really need to know how to get the data, just wondering on the best way of setting it up. Lets say I have a thermometer and each day I want someone to check that and add the value to that item on the list (therm. 1) but have access to all the previous values for trending. Now i have 2000 thermometers, what would be a good way to track all that data? All I can come up with is versioning, I'm not sure that would be the best way.

Thanks,

Chuck

  • Can you be a bit more specific on what you are trying to accomplish exactly? Exporting to excel would be a way to create some linked graphs etc. Can you articulate the requirement a little bit further? – SP-Kyle Jul 19 at 16:28
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    Thanks Kyle, Edited for a little more clarity hopefully. – Chuck.M Jul 19 at 16:54
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One option here would be to create a simple workflow that on "edit" would copy the list item to a new "tracking" list, make sure to have a column to track the "Title" and the "Updated Value", you can then group a view on your "tracking list" and then it would allow you to easily see the trend over time etc by grouping/sorting/modified etc.

You could then edit the page for the original list and link the webparts together creating a type of "dashboard". It's beyond the scope of this answer but you should be able to link them together

Would this be an option for you?

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