SharePoint Search Full Vs. Incremental Search Read more ‘Save My Searches’ Feature in SharePoint 2010
To figure out the difference of SharePoint Full vs. Incremental Search. Basically the incremental one only crawls content, the full one also indexes admin related stuff (metadata mapping). It is recommended to run a full crawl after updates and at least once a week.
Read more Language translation of my blog
Read more Move from Gmail to Outlook.com
I am just translating im weblog into english language completely. Therefore please kindly appologize until everything is fully translated – currently a few sytem files and pages as well as some static content pages are not fully translated from German to English.
Read more Dynamically hiding one or more elements in an InfoPath form
To move from Gmail to Outlook.com is easier than you might think. Just create an outlook.com profile. After that logon to you outlook.com profile, go to the options and select the import from other e-mail accounts. Now choose google (enter credentials), that`s it. Finally you have to wait a few hours (depending on the amount of data which has to be imported).
Read more Multiple approval of items ins SharePoint – other approaches
Dynamically hiding one or more elements in InfoPath 2010/2013 is a straight forward configuration. Before starting decide if you want to hide only one or more elements (e.g. a group of input boxes including labels). If you just want to dynamically display and hide one element you can just select this one. If you want […]
Read more Sharepoint Bulk approval of items
Read more Newsletter layout does not support connected web part
If you have activated the content approval or even work with an approval workflow to approve items in your list or library you might have recognized that a bulk approval/rejection of items/documents is not possible. This blogpost shows how to create a possibility to bulk approve items/documents.
Therefore custom ribbon buttons are provided which call an application page (one per action, reject, approve, publish). The application page gets the selected items via query string parameter. The processing is done in the application pages, after the page closes the lists are refreshed.
Did you know that newsletter layout does not support connected filters in SharePoint 2010. That means that connected filters from a list or library web part does not update the connected web part when the connected web part has configured the newsletter view. What a pitty …