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Continuously Searching for Continuous Crawls

Most content sources in SharePoint 2013 are crawled exactly the same way they were in SharePoint 2010 (Full and Incremental Crawls). If you happen to be crawling a SharePoint Site, however, there is a new crawl type called “Continuous Crawls”. Enabling this functionality is pretty straightforward – simply click the radio button for “Enable Continuous […]

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Breaking the Law: Viewing Health Reports in SharePoint 2013

SharePoint 2013 provides the usage and health data collection services (this functionality is also present in SharePoint 2010). Using these services, you can combine a series of SQL queries and stored procedures to view, examine, and report on SharePoint metrics from within SQL. Whoa – hold up for a minute! You’re not supposed to even […]

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SQL Collation and SharePoint 2007

I will not forget to write this down… Latin1_General_CI_AS_KS_WS I will not forget to write this down… Latin1_General_CI_AS_KS_WS Now what was it I needed to write again? Oh Yeah, I Remember… Every time I build a SharePoint Farm, be it WSS 3.0- or MOSS 2007-based, I always forget the collation setting for SQL databases being […]

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