I’ll fill this out when I have some time!
I saw your posts on Sharepoint 2010 – I’m trying to work out how to limit the Usage and Health database to 200 GB.
Any ideas on how I could do this please?
I’m a SQL DBA but not an SP2010 admin….
I’m afraid that I do not see a way thru the gui, and so I’d be doubtful it’s possible via PowerShell.
The only way I see possible is to force it on the database itself.
To limit data collection, you can schedule just the weekly job to run instead of the daily + hourly jobs.
Hi, I have to tell that your a like a Sharepoint God for me, and at this time I have an issue that drives me crazy.
This is my story:
My process upload docx (programmatically) to my site.
Later, the next process will set metadata values, so then I can filter those documents by navigation hierachy.
If I run the Metadata Values Setter Process one more time, the docx can’t be filter by navigation hierachy. But, if I use the Key Filter everythings works fine, even, the navigation hierachy (but just the term who was filter).
Sorry for my English
TaxonomySession session = new TaxonomySession(site);
TaxonomyField tagsField = (TaxonomyField)listItem.Fields.GetField(field);
TermStore termStore = session.TermStores[tagsField.SspId];
TermSet termSet = termStore.GetTermSet(tagsField.TermSetId);
ICollection termCol = new List();
Term termResult = GetTermByString(ref termStore, ref termSet, value) //This method finds the correct term by the value parameter
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