Creating Multi Level Quick Launch Navigation

I have a requirement to create multi level left navigation in SP 2013. I have been able to acheive the same with the help of Term Store. But since I have many subsites (all with 3-5 levels of navigation), crowding the Termstore with too many terms has not been recommended.

Can someone suggest what could be the alternate approach / some pointers for the same!!

Thanks.

Dynamically creating Google Sheets graphs

I’m looking for a way of automatically generating a graph based on a constantly expanding dataset.

The number of columns is constantly expanding (a program create a new column with new datasets for each day).

I want to generate a graph based on the sum of each column. I can generate a sum using

=SUM(index(SPLIT(filter(Date_Log!F2:F, len(Date_Log!F2:F)), ":"), 0, 1)) 

but the generating a graph part based on X number of columns is unknown. It could probably be achieved by “automatically” copying the formula for calculating sum to the top of each column. But the “Automatically” part for each new column generated is also unknown.

dataset

Rules for creating player business in DnD 5th Edition [duplicate]

This question is an exact duplicate of:

  • Has anyone enabled their players to create businesses in-game as a way to generate income? [closed]

We have a player that is interested in setting up a business as a money lender and another that wants to open a brothel. Are there official rules for this kind of gameplay? If so where can I read up on the specifics. If not, is there some kind of homebrew set of rules that I might be able to use?

New to java – creating a simple class without objects

so I was just required to create a simple class that outputs a student’s name, mark and grade.

Would this code work as a valid class? (I know it does not compile/run since I did not define any objects) Any way to improve the print functions into one line?

package details; 

/** * @author John Doe */ public class Details {

public static void main(String[] args) {     string name;                            System.out.println("Name: " + name );     double mark = 0;     System.out.println("Mark acquired: " + mark );     int grade;     System.out.println("Grade: " + grade );  } 

}

Empty base content type while creating a new content type in Visual Studio

I’m new in Sharepoint Development, I’m following example provided by Microsoft. I want to add a custom content type to a SharePoint-hosted SharePoint Add-in. I added a folder to my solution then when I wanted to add a new item as content type I find this empty list2, I need to specify the base content type as item.

Is It good practice on API design to use different object model for getting object and creating

While mostly every company got it’s standard on APIs, the question just came out after that one of my colleagues stated we must use different object models for creating and getting objects from API.

To be clear, he states that when you want to get the object from the API you will receive an object like this:

{  id: '1111',  name: 'SomeName',  createdBy: '',  createdDate: '',  yitle: 'oh my titlte',  details 'Some Dets'  persons: 'whom may concern'  products: [{p1}, {p2}] } 

But when you want to create an object of the same entity you must send the following object to API:

{  name: 'blahbla',  title: 'valhvalh' } 

So you shouldn’t send the properties that are not needed ass empty. Because i’m using C# it’s easier for me to work with one class object for a known entity, so i think that when i want to create the object instance i can send the following object:

{   id: '',   name: 'SomeName',   createdBy: '',   createdDate: '',   title: 'oh my titlte',   details '',   persons: '',   products: '' } 

Mentioning that we don’t have a high traffic and bandwidth is not issue i thought why we should do excess work to gain nothing but more complex code. He added this is an standard used in social medias too witch i myself could’t agree on and could’t provide any evidence.

The Question is that is this an standard in API’s? and if yes what’s the gain here and what is it for.

Creating a Windows 10 Install USB when FAT32 has 4GB max file size

So I am attempting to create a Windows 10 install USB on my MBP running macOS 10.14 Mojave. To create a bootable USB it needs to be formatted into FAT32, not exFAT. The issue is that when copying the .iso to the USB it fails because the file sources/install.wim is 4.4GB. I can’t format as exFAT because I cannot boot from that format and I cannot use FAT32 because of the 4.4GB file. I used the command cp -rpv /Volumes/CCCOMA_X64FRE_EN-US_DV9/* /Volumes/WINDOWS10/ after Boot Camp Assistant failed to create the USB with a “Drive too small” error, even though it was a 16GB drive. When I wasn’t paying attention, the cp completed and the installer booted, but failed with a missing: sources/install.wim error because the file can’t be copied.

Is there any solution to this problem, or should I just burn a DVD with the installer on it?

Heres the file: 4.4gb file