Export Additional Columns in Version History Export SP 2013

I found this solution on this forum and was able to pull some information but with the workflow we have on the list, we need more information. We have an “Approval Status” column that we can see when it’s updated when I look at the individual item’s version history. Is there a way to modify this script to include it in the report? I tried adding it “Approval Status” to both places where I see the column names below but that did not work. TIA!

# ******* Variables Section ******************

Define these variables

$ WebURL=”http://sharepoint.crescent.com/sites/Sales/” $ ListName =”Invoice” $ ReportFile = “D:\Invoice_VersionHistory.csv”

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delete file if exists

If (Test-Path $ ReportFile) { Remove-Item $ ReportFile }

Get the Web and List

$ Web = Get-SPWeb $ WebURL $ List = $ web.Lists.TryGetList($ ListName)

#Check if list exists if($ List -ne $ null) { #Get all list items $ ItemsColl = $ List.Items

#Write Report Header Add-Content -Path $ ReportFile -Value “Item ID, Version Lable, Created by, Created at, Title”

#Loop through each item foreach ($ item in $ ItemsColl) { #Iterate each version foreach($ version in $ item.Versions) { #Get the version content $ VersionData = “$ ($ item.id), $ ($ version.VersionLabel), $ ($ version.CreatedBy.User.DisplayName), $ ($ version.Created), $ ($ version[‘Title’])” #Write to report Add-Content -Path $ ReportFile -Value $ VersionData } } } Write-Host “Version history has been exported successfully!”

Crawl History Explanation sought

With reference to an example Crawl History, below, please could someone explain what the figures actually report:

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In particular, the last 2 Incremental crawls show large drops in the number of errors reported but not similar increases in the Successes. Assuming that there aren’t large numbers of deleted items, during this period, there thus seems to be a notable variation in the number of items found by the crawl! Thanks for any clarification you can give

How to get history of transactions for particular Asset in hyperledger composer?

I have tried below code but i am unable to get transaction history for Specific Asset Can any one help me regarding this issue. /** * Sample transaction * @param {org.acme.Block.orderHistory} purchase * @transaction */

async function orderHistory(transaction) {      const orderNumber = purchase.orderNumber;     const nativeSupport = purchase.nativeSupport;      const assetRegistry = await getAssetRegistry('org.acme.Block.Order')      const nativeKey = getNativeAPI().createCompositeKey('Asset:org.acme.Block.Order', [orderNumber]);     console.log(nativeKey);     const iterator = await getNativeAPI().getHistoryForKey(nativeKey);     let results = [];     let res = {done : false};     while (!res.done) {         res = await iterator.next();          if (res && res.value && res.value.value) {             console.log(res);             let val = res.value.value.toString('utf8');             if (val.length > 0) {                results.push(JSON.parse(val));             }         }         if (res && res.done) {             try {                 iterator.close();             }             catch (err) {             }         }     }      return results; 

Retreive Mozilla Firefox browser history with powershell

I’m trying to fetch Mozilla Firefox browser history from “places.sqlite” with powershell.

following is the query which i’m running through powershell

".open $  mozillapath  SELECT datetime(moz_historyvisits.visit_date/1000000,'unixepoch'), moz_places.url FROM moz_places, moz_historyvisits WHERE moz_places.id = moz_historyvisits.place_id " 

$ mozillapath variable contains location of “places.sqlite” file.

I’m getting o/p in following format.

Username : Admin C:\Users\Admin\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\nr0o1s57.default\places.sqlite 2019-01-11 15:00:07|https://www.mozilla.org/privacy/firefox/ 2019-01-11 15:00:07|https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/privacy/firefox/ 2019-01-11 15:02:28|https://twitter.com/ 2019-01-12 12:01:09|https://twitter.com/ 2019-01-12 11:36:28|http://google.com/ 2019-01-12 11:36:28|http://www.google.com/ 2019-01-12 11:36:28|https://www.google.com/ 2019-01-12 12:01:03|https://www.amazon.com 

after saving o/p in variable i’m not able to format it, I want o/p as

last 7 days history with date and website.

Date : 2019-01-11 15:00:07

Site : https://www.mozilla.org/privacy/firefox/

History of poison usage in Dungeons and Dragons

Reading the 5e version of the rules (PHB), I realized, that there are very few rules on (using) poison (different poison types, poisonous plants etc.) or being poisoned.

I thought, that in a game dating back from the late 70ies, there would be an elaborate chapter on that.

Was there ever a more elaborate ruleset about poison and poisoning?

Or is DnD – because of its roots in wargaming – a more weapon oriented system and there was never the need of elaborate poisoning rules – I could imagine different classes demanding different checks, etc.

What it looks like to me (in 5e) is that this is a topic which has to be houseruled. Am I correct?

Rules for showing transaction history

Aside from it being a best practice and just good design, are there any known rules dictated by banks and/or by the FTC (or similar agency) that dictate the rules for the display of transaction history on a website where a user can purchase a good or serice (digital and/or physical goods).

I can’t think of a single company that has an online presence where you can buy something and not see a complete history of all transactions – credits, purchases, chargebacks, etc to one’s account.

If anyone knows of any resources that I can cite, I would be very appreciative.

How to reconnect the history of workflows to a page in SharePoint?

I have an approval page with a workflow which was broken. The workflow had to be re-made. Currently, the approval workflow functions works but the history of the old work flow is disconnected and cannot be referenced. I would like to access the data for the passed 1.5 years. There is a page with the historical data of the workflow results with links. How can i Reconnect the old historical data with the new workflow in SharePoint?

When did rolling a natural 20 on the d20 become a “critical success” in the history of Dungeons & Dragons?

I’ve only played Dungeon and Dragons in its 5th edition, and only limited exposure of earlier editions from PC games, but never understand the rule behind it (or know the calculations), so I’ve never noticed whether the term natural 20 and its significance, including critical hits and success, is applied in earlier editions.

I’ve watched and read some DnD-themed comics and clips, and I’ve noticed there are plenty examples that suggest that rolling natural 20 means critical success, i.e: succeeding in whatever you are attempting, regardless how stupid and bizarre the result may be, including seducing the BBEG and marrying them.

I’m mainly interested how and when rolling natural 20 is introduced as critical success. This may be in attack roll, ability check, or saving throw. The earlier the better.

Google Docs amalgamated history diff: Is it really once only?

If several edits have been made since the last time I viewed a document, Google Docs gives a link at the top of the document that takes you to a special view showing ALL of these changes.

However, if you back out of that view, or are forced to re-login, etc., it seems like that option is gone forever: Only the normal ability to view one set of changes at a time remains.

Is that true or is there some trick to get the special multi-change “everything since last time” view back after the first time it’s offered?