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Configure Web Analytics service application (SharePoint Server 2010) This documentation is archived and is not being maintained.

Configure Web Analytics service application (SharePoint Server 2010)

Applies to: SharePoint Server 2010 Topic Last Modified: 2011-08-05. SharePoint Thomas: How to enable Audit functionality in SharePoint 2010. “Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 includes four information management policy features to help you manage your content: expiration, auditing, document labels, and document bar codes. -” In this post I will focus on the audit capabilities in SharePoint 2010, more specifically how to enable the audit functionality.

SharePoint Thomas: How to enable Audit functionality in SharePoint 2010

When the audit functionally is enabled it will automatically log events and activities that is done on your content. The content could be documents, records and other items, such as task list and calendars. Why. SharePoint Issue Tracking solutions. 1.

SharePoint Issue Tracking solutions

What is Issue Tracking system? The IT infrastructure of almost any modern enterprise requires a special environment to track and manage user requests. How to Create a User-Friendly Issue Tracking List in SharePoint 2013 - Wendy Neal - Wendy Neal. 60+ Top Add-ins for Microsoft SharePoint. Everything points to SharePoint’s continued dominance of the enterprise collaboration market.

60+ Top Add-ins for Microsoft SharePoint

With the launch of its most powerful version in 2013 coupled with Microsoft’s purchase of Yammer, SharePoint’s status as king of enterprise communication is all but sealed. This, of course, creates a ripple effect in the market, driving the development of add-ins, extenders, apps, and other solutions that center on the SharePoint platform. Some of these add-ins can benefit your organization. Others can propel your productivity, which will help advance your career.

Getting started with Skype Web SDK development. Applies to: Skype for Business In this articleUsing the Skype Web SDK in your applicationSkype for Business Web App Plug-inBootstrapping the applicationDeveloping Skype Web SDK applications Downloading and running the Skype Web SDK Samples This section shows how to get started developing web applications with the Skype Web SDK.

Getting started with Skype Web SDK development

Solved: power bi embed 'this content is not available' - Microsoft Power BI Community. I've tried to work through this example and many others but I'm getting no content availabe in the iframe.

Solved: power bi embed 'this content is not available' - Microsoft Power BI Community

I'm also using the angular example from git hub and swapped out the api for my own details. No luck. I can view my reports via the power bi web app without issue. Here's the code I'm using. I've created the JWT and signed it using the JWT website without expiry date (that should work, should it not?) Audience Targeting SharePoint 2010. Audience targeting in SharePoint 2010 is one of the significant features of SharePoint 2010 that helps target groups and individuals with specific pages, Web Parts, and content.

Audience Targeting SharePoint 2010

With the help of audience targeting feature, content can be targeted in a site for viewing by one or more specific audiences. SharePoint 2010 supports targeting using rules-based audiences(Global Audience), SharePoint groups, and distribution-list memberships. In addition, SharePoint 2010 provides the ability to target any list item, not just the lists. Audience Targeting in SharePoint. Configure a Content Search Web Part in SharePoint.

Display content on your SharePoint pages by configuring simple and advanced queries in a Content Search Web Part.

Configure a Content Search Web Part in SharePoint

About the Content Search Web Part (CSWP) When visitors browse to a page that contains a CSWP, the Web Part automatically issues a query. The search results are displayed within the CSWP. Using the Content Search web part (and understanding SP2013 search) Articles in this series: Meeting client requirements with SharePoint often involves aggregating items somehow – often we want to display things like “all the overdue tasks across all finance sites”, or “navigation links to all of the subsites of this area” or “related items (e.g. tagged with the same term)” and so on.

Using the Content Search web part (and understanding SP2013 search)

In SharePoint 2010 there have been two main ways of accomplishing this: Content Query web part Custom solution built on SPSiteDataQuery (site collection-scoped), SPQuery (list-scoped) or search API To a lesser extent, using the search web parts as part of a custom solution may also have been an option. Regardless, it was common to need custom code to meet such requirements. SharePoint 2013 Content Search WebPart and Search Results. I have been meaning to write this for a while, what is the difference between the Content Search Web Part and the Search Results?

SharePoint 2013 Content Search WebPart and Search Results

If they both have an easy Query Builder and use Display Templates while still leveraging the same Search engine. Articles referenced in the video: - Rollup my SharePoint Sub Sites using Search - Build an Image Slider with SharePoint 2013 Search Results Web Part Why should I care? SharePoint Crawled & Managed properties for search. When you start learning SharePoint, they teach you about columns and site columns. In SharePoint 2013, the one thing everyone talks about is the new search and what can be done with it. However, rarely do we start from the beginning and explain the basics. To start anything with search related features, you will need to understand crawled and managed properties and the difference between the two. Free Webinar: Join Benjamin Niaulin on October 26th, 2016 to discover what's new in SharePoint. The basics of SharePoint search. SharePoint Search filtered by user properties. With my numerous articles and videos on leveraging SharePoint Search to deliver beautiful results, you may be under the impression that it is my favorite feature.

Well you’re right. This time, I want to show you how to use a Content Search or Search Results Web Part to show content filtered on the person visiting the page. An example would be showing intranet news announcements based on a user’s department. Using Host Header Names to Host Multiple Web Sites (IIS 6.0) HTML5 Video with alpha transparency. Html - Basic CSS - how to overlay a DIV with semi-transparent DIV on top. Multilingual user interface overview (SharePoint Foundation 2010) A user can add or modify application content, such as list titles or column names and descriptions, in one of two ways: by adding or modifying content in the primary language or by adding or modifying content in one or more secondary languages. When a user views a site by using the primary language of the site, any new application content that is created is displayed in the primary language, even when the site is viewed in a secondary language.

For example, if the primary language for a site is English, when a user views the site in the primary language and creates a new document library called "Team Documents," the library title is still displayed as "Team Documents" when a user views the site in any secondary language. Office App Configuration in Dev environment for SharePoint 2013. SharePoint 2013 Development (Apps versus Solutions) – The SharePoint Guys. SharePoint 2013 is a strong development platform for building solutions and apps addressing different requirements and needs.

There’s a plenty of documentation on MSDN and TechNet to get you started with building your first application and how to consume the different capabilities of the platform. But one thing I struggled to find is when and why you would use a SharePoint App rather than using the object model? This blog will walk you through that specific question and how to answer it.

Before we start there’s no rights or wrongs here, it all depends on what the customer needs and the best way to tackle the requirements The Challenges: Creating Custom SharePoint Timer Jobs. A few weeks back I posted about how you can create custom timer jobs for use in the latest release of SharePoint to perform scheduled tasks. However, considering there have been almost 40 comments to the post in the last three weeks, I figured the post needed some clarification (duh, ya think?). The first thing you need to do is create a class that inherits from the Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPJobDefinition class. To implement this class, you need to create a few constructors and override the Execute() method, like so: 2010 - Does disabling version history delete the old versions? Creating Custom SharePoint Timer Jobs.