sharepoint enterprise – Displays the total number of items next to the users (created by).

I'm not sure how to do what you ask outside a CSOM query. Normally, I would just say that you could group the list by "Created By," but in the comments that you mentioned, you did not want to drop the content afterwards.

In my SharePoint 2016 environment, I use a script that queries all items from a particular list / library, view (optional) and site (optional). With JS you can edit the data as you wish. I will leave this template below. We have it, along with some of the other features referenced in the master page, so it's available to the entire site collection.

To run a query, you must use a callback to modify the returned data. But here is an example, as we currently use it:

// Give the url for the list you're wanting to query
var libraryURL = 'http://mySiteCollection/sites/mySite/path/to/list';
// Give the name of the view, otherwise just queries the whole list
var listView = 'All Items View';
// If where you're running the script isn't the same site as the library, provide that site's location.
var siteLocation = 'http://mySiteCollection/sites/mySite';

sharepointHomebrew.queries.queryList(libraryURL, listView, siteLocation);
sharepointHomebrew.queries.retrieveItems(function(myItems) {

    for (var i = 0; i < myItems.length; i++) {
        var currentItem = myItems(i).get_fieldValues();
        console.log(currentItem);
    }


});

You must send a function with a parameter. In the example above, all elements in the specified list are traversed and the metadata is printed in the console (F12 screen). You can select the fields you want and see what you want ... or count the number of people who have posted within a specific time period, and so on. This requires a bit of knowledge about JS, but should not be too daunting now that the hard part of the query is done.

Here is the template we use.

/**
 * Collection of reusable SharePoint functions that have been peppered throughout the site.
 *
 * This collection of functions includes things like genereic queries to lists or libraries, new
 * prototype methods, and other useful things.
 *
 * @file   This file defines the sharepointHomeBrew namespace
 * @author Kris Glasier.
 * @since  0.2.7
 */
var sharepointHomeBrew = sharepointHomeBrew || {};

sharepointHomeBrew.queries = function () {
   /**
    * Creates a simple way to query SharePoint lists and libraries. Returns all items in
    * the specified library, and associated view if supplied.
    *
    * @namespace sharepointHomeBrew.queries
    * @memberof  sharepointHomeBrew
    *
    * @since 0.0.1
    *
    * @property {object()} desiredItems   Holds a list of items to return from the library.
    * @property {String}   libURL         Contains user specified URL to a library.
    * @property {String}   viewName       Holds the title of a view in the library.
    * @property {object}   ctx            Holds the ClientContext object.
    * @property {String}   webURL         To redirect the query to another site in which the
    *                                     target library is hosted.
    */

   var desiredItems = null;
   var viewName = null;
   var listType = null;
   var libURL = null;
   var webURL = null;
   var ctx = null;

   var init = function (RelativeURL, LibraryViewName, LibraryWebURL) {
      /**
       * To prime and execute the query.
       *
       * @since  0.0.1
       * @access ????????????????????????????????????????????????????
       *
       * @type     {function}
       * @property {String} RelativeURL     URL to a library. Can be relative or absolute.
       * @property {String} LibraryViewName Title field of a view within the above library.
       * @property {String} LibraryWebURL   URL to the web in which a library is located. Only
       *                                    required if it's not on current web.
       */
      libURL = RelativeURL;
      viewName = LibraryViewName;
      webURL = LibraryWebURL;
      execute()
   }
   var execute = function () {
      /**
       * Begins the query. Waits for sp.js is loaded and SP.ClientContext is available.
       *
       * @since  0.0.1
       * @access private
       *
       * @type     {function}
       */
      if (viewName)
         SP.SOD.executeFunc('sp.js', 'SP.ClientContext', getViewXml);
      else
         SP.SOD.executeFunc('sp.js', 'SP.ClientContext', getAllItemsInView);
   }
   var getViewXml = function () {
      /**
       * Gets the XML view from the SharePoint List Vew specified.
       *
       * @since  0.0.1
       * @access private
       *
       * @type     {function}
       */
      ctx = getContext();

      var view = ctx.get_web().getList(libURL).get_views().getByTitle(viewName);
      ctx.load(view);

      ctx.executeQueryAsync(
         function () {
            getAllItemsInView(view);
         },
         failedQuery
      );
   }
   var getAllItemsInView = function (viewSchema) {
      /**
       * Start the query to get all items in view.
       *
       * @since  0.0.1
       * @access private
       *
       * @type     {function}
       * @property {object} viewSchema ListView schema from supplied list name.
       */
      ctx = getContext();
      viewBase = viewSchema || libURL

      var ContentQuery = buildQuery(viewBase);
      var items = ctx.get_web().getList(libURL).getItems(ContentQuery)

      ctx.load(items);

      ctx.executeQueryAsync(
         function () {
            success(items);
         },
         failedQuery
      );
   }
   var getContext = function () {
      /**
       * Collects the SP.ClientContext based off of the webURL provided.
       *
       * @since  0.0.1
       * @access private
       *
       * @type     {function}
       */
      var context = null;
      if (webURL)
         context = new SP.ClientContext(webURL);
      else
         context = SP.ClientContext.get_current();

      return context;
   }
   var buildQuery = function (loc) {
      /**
       * Builds the XML Query.If no view was given then just select all, recusivelly.
       *
       * @since  0.0.1
       * @access private
       *
       * @type     {function}
       * @property {String} RelativeURL     URL to a library. Can be relative or absolute.
       * @property {String} LibraryViewName Title field of a view within the above library.
       * @property {String} LibraryWebURL   URL to the web in which a library is located. Only
       *                                    required if it's not on current web.
       */
      var re;
      var relLoc;
      var inputQuery;
      var queryBase = '{0}'

      /* We need to extract the XML from the defined view. But if there isn't any defined views
       * we have to create our own XML query. */
      if (typeof (loc.get_viewQuery) !== "undefined") {
         relLoc = loc.get_viewQuery()
      }
      else {
         re = new RegExp("^(" + window.location.protocol + "//)?" + window.location.host)
         relLoc = decodeURIComponent(loc.replace(re, ""))
         relLoc = '{0}'.format(relLoc);
      }
      var query = new SP.CamlQuery()
      query.set_viewXml(queryBase.format(relLoc));
      return query;
   }
   var success = function (enumerable) {
      /**
       * Itterate through list and pull all SP ListItems into one variable.
       *
       * @since  0.0.1
       * @access private
       *
       * @type     {function}
       * @property {object} enumerable Linked List of items returned by the async query.
       */
      var oListEnum = enumerable.getEnumerator();
      desiredItems = ();
      /* The items are stuck inside an enumerable object/linked list. We're itterating through
       * to pull all the objects into a more useable form in an external source. */
      while (oListEnum.moveNext()) {
         desiredItems.push(oListEnum.get_current());
      }
   }
   var failedQuery = function (sender, args) {
      /**
       * Failed Query. Output error.
       *
       * @since  0.0.1
       * @access private
       *
       * @type     {function}
       * @property {object} sender No clue.
       * @property {object} args   No clue.
       */
      console.log(
         'Request failed. ' + args.get_message() + 'n' +
         args.get_stackTrace() + 'n' +
         'Please contact an administrator'
      );
   }
   var retrieveItems = function (callback) {
      /**
       * Execute the Callback variable supplied with the given items. Have to wait until
       * async operation is completed.
       *
       * @since  0.0.1
       * @access ????????????????????????????????????????????????????
       *
       * @type     {function}
       * @property {function} callback Function given by user to utilize items.
       */
      if (callback && desiredItems) {
         callback(desiredItems)
         desiredItems = null;
      }
      else {
         setTimeout(function () {
            retrieveItems(callback)
         }, 10)
      }
   }


   return {
      queryList: init,
      retrieveItems: retrieveItems
   };
}();

mysql – PHP parse error: syntax error, unexpected & # 39; & # 39; (T_ENCAPSED_AND_WHITESPACE), expected & # 39; – & # 39; or identifier (T_STRING) or variable (T_VARIABLE) or number

Good Morning
I have a problem, it happens to me that when trying to make this query MySQL in PHP I get this error:

PHP parse error: syntax error, unexpected & # 39; & # 39; (T_ENCAPSED_AND_WHITESPACE), expecting & # 39; – & # 39; or identifier (T_STRING) or variable (T_VARIABLE) or number (T_NUM_STRING)

Here is my code:

require 'Smarty/libs/Smarty.class.php';
    require 'conexion.php';

    $smarty = new Smarty;

    $upd=("SELECT * FROM RegistroPromedio WHERE Id LIKE ".$_POST('Id').""); 

    $dato=mysqli_fetch_array($upd);

            if (isset($_POST('submit'))) {
            $qry=("UPDATE RegistroPromedio SET 
                nombre='.$_POST('nombre').'
                ,apellido='.$_POST('apellido').'
                ,edad='.$_POST('edad').'
                ,TipoId='.$_POST('TipoId').
                ,Id='.$_POST('Id').'
                ,salario='.$_POST('salario').'");

        header('Location:index.php');

    }
var_dump($qry);


    $smarty->assign('users',$dato);
    $smarty->display("templates/edit.html");

I am glad if you can help me.

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5.0 lollipop – How do I find the sim slot based on the entered phone number?

In my app, the user enters his / her phone number. Each time the user receives an incoming or missed call, or makes an outgoing call, he wants to trigger an automatic answer with the same number. I'm trying to get the sim slot index, so if the user enters his mobile number, the associated slot index will be used in an integer variable used instead of the parameter (Sim-ID) below the code.

IS IT ALSO POSSIBLE TO DO THIS?

 public static boolean sendSMS(Context ctx, int Sim_Id, String toNum, String centerNum, String smsText,
   PendingIntent sentIntent, PendingIntent deliveryIntent) {

        try{


Method method = Class.forName("android.telephony.SubscriptionManager").getDeclaredMethod("getSubId", int.class);
            method.setAccessible(true);

            Method method = Class.forName("android.telephony.SubscriptionManager").getDeclaredMethod("getSubId", String.class);
            method.setAccessible(true);


            int simID = 1;
             while simID is the slot number of your second simCard

            String inst = (String) method.invoke(null, centerNum);
           SmsManager smsMan = SmsManager.getSmsManagerForSubscriptionId(Integer.valueOf (inst));
           smsMan.sendTextMessage(toNum, null, smsText, null, null);

            int() param = (int()) method.invoke(null, new Integer (Sim_Id));
            int inst =  param(0);

SmsManager smsMan = SmsManager.getSmsManagerForSubscriptionId(inst);
            smsMan.sendTextMessage(toNum, null, smsText, null, null);

Elementary Number Theory – A Goldbacher "Goldfish": Symmetries of a graph representing the addition of certain primes.

Do you see the goldfish? It is a top view of a goldfish, as this is a direction in which a fish would look symmetrical.

Do you see the goldfish?

Anyway, you construct it by adding two edges to certain even numbers, which are non-prime numbers $ 2p $, If they are of this form, then connect one edge of the two primes that add up to them (Goldbach's conjecture). Unless, if you need one $ 2p $ Knot, throw it in only when you need it to complete the apparent symmetry. Not only that, but every time $ 2x = p + q $ to the $ p neq q $The primes must be those that minimize $ | p – q | $,

Reasons to take out most $ 2p $That's because we already know that it's a sum of two primes that add visual complexity to the graph, whereas we want to remove visual complexity. The addition should still result in a symmetrical diagram! Only a tip.

Note that except the tail of the fish, the one $ 3 $-cycle (if edges are undirected), all other undirected cycles are the same $ 5 $Cycles are minimal, and most of them tile planar (except for the eyes that begin to cross). Question: Will we continue to see a "planar tiling" of 5 cycles? Or be some of the tiles $ k $For $ 5 $? Will this symmetry go on forever?

Received the WhatsApp security code via a local mobile number. Is that a cause for concern?

Earlier, when I registered my WhatsApp number, I got the verification code from a special number like (56789). When I recently tried to register my number, I got the code from a local number. … (+ 92-346 – *******) …. exactly one local mobile number,., … how is that possible.
Is it possible that someone hacked my number and received the code and forwarded it to me? Is it possible. Is there something to fear?