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Hide Title Column in SharePoint List

September 27, 2009    , , ,
Often, SharePoint users wants to remove(or hide at-least) 'Title' column from the lists and document libraries. We can hide title column in SharePoint 2007 by enabling content types. How to hide title column in SharePoint list ? Follow these steps to hide the title column in SharePoint List or Library:    Navigate to the List setting >> Advance setting check Yes radio button for "Allow Management of Content Types"        3. Now in List Setting again >> Select Content Type "Item"        4. Then Select Title >> Select Hidden  Finally, you can remove the Title field from views (But you can't delete the Title column!). Same steps applies to both SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2007 list to hide title column. If you want, You can Rename the Title column even.     Go to the List settings     Click on the Title field     Rename it, Save your changes by clicking "Ok" button Disadvantages When You Hide Title column f
Hide Title Column in SharePoint List Hide Title Column in SharePoint List Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on September 27, 2009 Rating: 5

Move SharePoint Search Index Files Location to Another Drive

September 25, 2009    , ,
Again C:\ is running out of disk space in a SharePoint Farm, due to the fact Search index files are growing! Huh.. So this time I decided to move  move SharePoint 2007 index files from  C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office Servers\12.0\Data\Office Server\Applications to E:\.  Here are the steps to move SharePoint search index to another drive: Its a good idea to pause the crawling schedules before we proceed moving SharePoint index location. After the index has been moved to the new location we have to resume the crawl that we have paused. Run the below stsadm in Index Server: stsadm -o editssp -title sharedservices1 -indexlocation e:\SharePointIndex or you can run: stsadm -o osearch -indexlocation "E:\SharePointIndex" This will reset the index and create new location. In each query server, run the below command: stsadm -o osearch -propagationlocation e:\SharePointIndex If its a SharePoint Services (WSS), in Index server, you can run: stsadm -o spsearch -indexl
Move SharePoint Search Index Files Location to Another Drive Move SharePoint Search Index Files Location to Another Drive Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on September 25, 2009 Rating: 5
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