Sharepoint Online (O365) – Only search Document Title and Names

If i search for a document name in the Document Library, it returns a list of files that contain the search word, but not the document with the correct title.

I want to change the search in Sharepoint so that only document titles and names are searched.

I already found the managed properties -> Contents and the field “mappings to crawled properties” (i hope i translated it correct)

crawled properties

Now someone here mentioned too look out for “Basic:10(Text)” https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/lync/en-US/562c3f58-aa64-40a9-8661-a4543da99ef4/search-file-names-in-document-libraries?forum=sharepointsearchprevious

I only need search to find document titles

What do i need to change here without breaking everything?

I hope you can help me a bit 🙂

SharePoint adding -Grp to the end of site names

I’ve made a couple of sites on SharePoint before, but now when I try to edit the name of one or create a new one, SharePoint says the name is available in my organization, but then appends “-Grp” to the end of the name. For instance, if I name the site “My New SP Site,” SharePoint says that is available, but then names the site “My New SP Site -Grp” instead.

I’ve never seen this before. Does anyone know why it’s doing this or how I can stop it from appending to the ends of site names? I tried researching the issue but haven’t found any similar cases.

Bitco.store and bitco.live domain names

Hello.The best domain name for cryptocurrency marketplaces. You can relate your cryptocurrency sites with this website. It is highly recommended domain name because this domain name means from most popular cryptocurrency which name is bitcoin. If you buy this domain believe me you can earn more than this domain price.

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or you can check them from here bitco.store or bitco.live

Bitco.store and bitco.live domain names

Hello.The best domain name for cryptocurrency marketplaces. You can relate your cryptocurrency sites with this website. It is highly recommended domain name because this domain name means from most popular cryptocurrency which name is bitcoin. If you buy this domain believe me you can earn more than this domain price.

I sell my own 2 domains. if you want to buy just pm me.
or you can check them from here bitco.store or bitco.live

Should I complie software after making all the variable and function names “1-2 character”?

In JavaScript, it seems common for the official release of the code to use only single-character variable and function names (of course, after converting the original code which uses clearer names) in order to make the code more obscure. I’ve seen people reverse engineering software to find what seems to be the original variable (and maybe even function) names in the binaries. That helps people with debugging and developing their own code snippets to modify the software. However, it can also make it easier for malicious personnel to interpret and make malware for the code.

Is it a good idea to convert all variable and function names to single- (or double-) character names like with JavaScript before compiling to make the binaries more obscure (and I think a bit shorter too), which in turn makes it harder to reverse engineer?

Sharepoint Internal names of Person or group column gets changed on taking list template

I have created a person or group column in list. When I take list template and use it in other site the internal name of the person or group column gets changed. I have used the internal names of this column in my code. Now due to this mismatch of internal names the code is failing.

Tuple Relational Calculus – Find names of persons who own at least one house in each city in Canada

Using tuple relational calculus, Find names of persons who own at least one house in each city in Canada.

Bolded are keys.

City(city-name,country-name,area,population)

House(hno,#rooms,stno,owner-name)

Street(stno,city-name,length)

This is what I came up with:

{ h.owner-name | House(h) and forAll c (City(c) and c.name=”Canada”) -> (Exists s(Street(s) and s.city-name = c.name) and Exists x(House(x) and x.stno = s.stno and x.owner-name = h.owner-name) ) }

How I read this aloud: “For all Canadian cities, there exists a street with a HOUSE x that has the same owner as the HOUSE h.”

Is this correct? I’ve peen pulling my hair out trying to understand tuple relational calculus.

nmap: Same IP, different domain names, different results?

I’m scanning a network (whose name will not be stated). It has >1 IP addresses. When I tried scanning its subdomains, there are several subdomains that are translated to the same IP address but return different scan reports (like different ports being reported).

For example:

nmap subdomain1 nmap subdomain2 nmap i.p.v.4 # The IPv4 that both subdomains translate to  nmap subdomain1 -A -p- nmap subdomain2 -A -p- nmap i.p.v.4 -A -p- # This also returns different results 

Those 3 all return different port findings.

From what I know, the URL/domain name should just be translated to the IP then scan, so I think they should all return the same results.

Why are different results returned? Is it because of domain translation (something I missed?) or is it something else?

Also, if given an IP address of a domain and its subdomains with the same IP, should I just scan the IP (save time and resources) or should I also scan every subdomain?

REST API: How to get field names in different language

I am using the REST API via pnpjs and nodejs to access Sharepoint online. I’d like to get field descriptions and titles in a language which is different from the user’s current settings. How could I get this?

I can retrieve the field description just fine and from my reading of various documentation the DescriptionResource property should give me a SP.UserResource object which would then have a method GetValueForUICulture (SPUserResource). But I can’t get there via the REST API. I tried something like this

const fields = await this.spClient.web.lists.getByTitle('MyList')         .fields         .select('InternalName', 'Title', 'TitleResource', 'Description', 'DescriptionResource')         .expand('DescriptionResource','DescriptionResource/Name','DescriptionResource/Value').expand('TitleResource','TitleResource/Name','TitleResource/Value')         .get(); 

but the TitleResource or DescriptionResource is empty.

Is there a way to get there?

Automating syncing of image names across a website?

Hi, really new to this so please bear with me.

I have a website with about 1000 images which over the years have been badly named.

  1. Is there software, plugins, methods etc to somehow automatically update all instances of an images file name in the html across multiple pages when the file name is changed in the root folder?
  2. Also is there a way to automate the process if the images folder structure is changed?