Recently I have setup a new machine and wanted to dig into some standard SharePoint scripts. The thing is that SharePoint has used all normal minimized scripts (sp.js, core.js) while I want it to run sp.debug.js and code.debug.js

To get the answer we need to get into the component called ScriptLink.

If your script is registered as ScriptLink (as most SharePoint scripts are), then the ScriptLink class can automatically use .debug. scripts if ScriptManager.iSDebuggingEnabled is true.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.web.ui.scriptmanager.isdebuggingenabled.aspx

ScriptManager.IsDebugging enabled follows the following logic.

If there is <deployment retail=”true”> – return false.

Else if the script mode is not auto and not inherint, return (ScriptMode = Debug)

Else

return what is set in <compilation debug=”xxx”…/>

So for developer farm the easiest thing to do is go to web.config and set there

<system.web>

<compilation batch="false" debug="true">
      <assemblies>

http://mbakirov.wordpress.com/2013/07/26/how-to-make-sharepoint-use-debug-scripts/

In my previous post I have been discussing a web part that should create a new library.The next thing we were asked was to create a link that will open Sharepoint WorkSpace or SkydrivePro

Just like this

 

 

It turned out that you need provide a very weird encoded link

Here is a link we have produced in our webpart

 

grvopen://http_58_47_47sp2010_47sites_47onenote_47test/5f594410_451d8c_454d0c_45af05_4500f60a0e1bea/101?OPENLIST

 

Grvopen stands for Groove (that was later renamed to Sharepoint WorkSpace and later to SkyDrive Pro)

The piece of code that does encoding is taken from Tatham Oddie

https://gist.github.com/tathamoddie/5858129

And is posted to his github

http://blog.tatham.oddie.com.au/

 

Here is a full code

 

// based on https://gist.github.com/tathamoddie/5858129
static string BuildGrooveUri(SPDocumentLibrary lib)
{
   
var libUrl  = SPUtility.ConcatUrls(lib.ParentWeb.Url, lib.RootFolder.Url);
   
const string grooveOpenUriTemplate = "grvopen://{0}/{1}/{2}?OPENLIST";
   
var uri = string.Format(
        grooveOpenUriTemplate,
        Encode(libUrl),
        Encode(lib.ID.ToString()),
        (
int)lib.BaseTemplate);
   
return uri;
}
 
static string Encode(string plain)
{
   
return plain
        .ToCharArray()
        .Select(c =>
char.IsLetterOrDigit(c) ? c.ToString() : "_" + ((int)c).ToString())
        .Aggregate(
"", (s, c) => s + c);
}

 

Enjoy!

 

http://mbakirov.wordpress.com/2013/07/25/how-to-make-a-link-that-will-open-sharepoint-workspace-or-skydrive-pro/

 

 

I’ve recently been asked to do the following automation.

We have a portal on our SharePoint site that has data about something – let us say projects.

And once we want to create a new project, we want to have

A new document library with some things set up (like versioning).

A OneNote notebook that the users can work on and sync their data

 

At first it looks pretty obvious, isn’t it?

Now the question comes – what is a OneNote book from the SharePoint prospective?

 

After some investigation I found out that OneNote notebook is just a folder, but there is a trick.

One cannot simply create a OneNote as a folder, what you need to provide is a thing called ProgID.

 

I made a simple sandboxed webpart that does ask for library name, and then just creates the library.

In the library a folder with the same name is created and set up to be OneNote notebook.

The code is this

 

 

var newLibId = web.Lists.Add(name, description, SPListTemplateType.DocumentLibrary);
var newLib = (SPDocumentLibrary)web.Lists.GetList(newLibId, true);
newLib.Update();
 
                
 
//Remember Document library is also a list in SharePoint
SPFolderCollection folders = web.GetFolder(newLib.RootFolder.ServerRelativeUrl).SubFolders;
 
//Create new folder
var newfolder = folders.Add(name);
var folderitem = newfolder.Item;
folderitem.ProgId =
"OneNote.Notebook";
folderitem.Update();
 
And at first it looks ok

 

 

 

 

But when you get inside it

You notice that the link "Open in OneNote" is missing.

 

 

To overcome this we’ve generated a link ourselves

 

onenote:http://sp2010/sites/onenote/test/test

 

Posted from 

http://mbakirov.wordpress.com/2013/07/25/how-to-automate-onenote-library-creation/

 

SharePoint 2013 & Office365 releases have no changes for InfoPath functionality, which might be a sign that InfoPath is going nowhere and will be replaced soon. At the same time there are a lot of changes in Access 2013 Web Apps, and this products looks as a good potential replacement for InfoPath apps.

However, there are some pros and cons you need to consider when planning a switch from InfoPath to Access Web Apps, such as

Pros of Access 2013 Web Apps

  • You can build them directly in Access 2013
  • They support relational data on multiple levels
  • No coding is required
  • The backend for them is SQL Server 2012, allowing for scalable data storage and access
  • Security is based on SharePoint groups; you can determine who has edit vs readonly access to the Access Web App through the standard SharePoint Visitors and Members groups
  • Microsoft offers data table templates, speeding the creation of Access Web Apps
  • The form designer tools have Microsoft Access's trademark ease of use
  • You can package your app to sell on the Microsoft App Marketplace ($$$)

 

Cons of Access 2013 Web Apps

  • Records stored in Access Web Apps cannot trigger or be part of SharePoint 2013 workflows. If you want to build a SharePoint form that involves significant business processes, Access Web Apps might not be for you.
  • Security setup is basic and somewhat limited. First, it isn't possible for users to own records. Second, there isn't a way to separate who can add a record vs. who can edit a record. Third, there is no way to apply edit vs readonly permissions to specific tables in an app. If you can edit records in one table, you can edit records in all the tables within the app.
  • The app owns the database. Don't expect Access Web Apps to provide a frontend to a centralized database that already exists.
  • For now, creating Access Web apps is a little buggy. When creating a very simple app, Access 2013 crashed on me twice, and I lost some work. Hopefully Microsoft will iron out the bugs in the coming Office 2013 service packs.

Source: 1, 2

 

By default, you can install application from the App Catalog programmatically only at SharePoint Development sites, and not on other sites. This behavior is managed by the "Application Sideload" feature that is enabled on development sites.

If you want to install apps programmatically on regular sites you just need to enable the "Application Sideload" feature manually (for example using powershell). The feature id is "AE3A1339-61F5-4f8f-81A7-ABD2DA956A7D"

In SharePoint 2013, the following applications can be shared across SharePoint 2013 server farms.

  • Business Data Connectivity
  • Machine Translation
  • Managed Metadata
  • User Profile
  • Search
  • Secure Store

A SharePoint 2010 farm can consume services from a SharePoint 2013 Server farm. This allows for upgrade of multi-farm environments in which a farm hosting service applications is upgraded first. In this scenario, the service applications and features that the SharePoint 2010 farm experiences are limited to those that are available in SharePoint 2010. For example, a SharePoint 2010 farm cannot consume the Machine Translation service application from a SharePoint Server 2013 farm and does not benefit from the new features of the User Profile service application.

Additionally, If the server farms are located in different domains, the User Profile service application requires both domains to trust one another. For the Business Data Connectivity service and Secure Store service application administration features to work from the consuming farm, the domain of the publishing farm must trust the domain of the consuming farm. Other cross-farm service applications work without a trust requirement between domains.

Source: 1 

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Naresh "I have been following your articles for the past few months and I found soo many topics that are interesting and also helpful"

Ahmed "I really can’t find words to appreciate this work; you did a very beautiful, informative impressive community site. Thank you so much for your efforts and the value you added to the SharePoint Community. I am a big fan as of now"

Pete "I just wanted to let you know I was extremely impressed with the quality of your content. I'm sure you get many compliments - but probably not from someone like myself.  In fact, I believe this if the first time I've ever been so impressed that I've taken the time to send something, and I've been a computer engineer for almost 20 years.  You may rest assured for every honor you receive, there are 1024 people who also appreciate your contribution, yet neglect to pay you the honors you deserve.  Anyway, thank you for your time and commitment, and please keep up the good work."

 

 

Thursday, 11 November 2004 12:44

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Written by

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Question:

>>How to pull back data even pass the throttling point for list?

Answer:

The only way to achieve this is to disable throttling temporarily, for the particular list

 

Recently I have setup a new machine and wanted to dig into some standard SharePoint scripts. The thing is that SharePoint has used all normal minimized scripts (sp.js, core.js) while I want it to run sp.debug.js and code.debug.js

To get the answer we need to get into the component called ScriptLink.

If your script is registered as ScriptLink (as most SharePoint scripts are), then the ScriptLink class can automatically use .debug. scripts if ScriptManager.iSDebuggingEnabled is true.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.web.ui.scriptmanager.isdebuggingenabled.aspx

ScriptManager.IsDebugging enabled follows the following logic.

If there is <deployment retail=”true”> – return false.

Else if the script mode is not auto and not inherint, return (ScriptMode = Debug)

Else

return what is set in <compilation debug=”xxx”…/>

So for developer farm the easiest thing to do is go to web.config and set there

<system.web>

<compilation batch="false" debug="true">
      <assemblies>

http://mbakirov.wordpress.com/2013/07/26/how-to-make-sharepoint-use-debug-scripts/

In my previous post I have been discussing a web part that should create a new library.The next thing we were asked was to create a link that will open Sharepoint WorkSpace or SkydrivePro

Just like this

 

 

It turned out that you need provide a very weird encoded link

Here is a link we have produced in our webpart

 

grvopen://http_58_47_47sp2010_47sites_47onenote_47test/5f594410_451d8c_454d0c_45af05_4500f60a0e1bea/101?OPENLIST

 

Grvopen stands for Groove (that was later renamed to Sharepoint WorkSpace and later to SkyDrive Pro)

The piece of code that does encoding is taken from Tatham Oddie

https://gist.github.com/tathamoddie/5858129

And is posted to his github

http://blog.tatham.oddie.com.au/

 

Here is a full code

 

// based on https://gist.github.com/tathamoddie/5858129
static string BuildGrooveUri(SPDocumentLibrary lib)
{
   
var libUrl  = SPUtility.ConcatUrls(lib.ParentWeb.Url, lib.RootFolder.Url);
   
const string grooveOpenUriTemplate = "grvopen://{0}/{1}/{2}?OPENLIST";
   
var uri = string.Format(
        grooveOpenUriTemplate,
        Encode(libUrl),
        Encode(lib.ID.ToString()),
        (
int)lib.BaseTemplate);
   
return uri;
}
 
static string Encode(string plain)
{
   
return plain
        .ToCharArray()
        .Select(c =>
char.IsLetterOrDigit(c) ? c.ToString() : "_" + ((int)c).ToString())
        .Aggregate(
"", (s, c) => s + c);
}

 

Enjoy!

 

http://mbakirov.wordpress.com/2013/07/25/how-to-make-a-link-that-will-open-sharepoint-workspace-or-skydrive-pro/

 

 

I’ve recently been asked to do the following automation.

We have a portal on our SharePoint site that has data about something – let us say projects.

And once we want to create a new project, we want to have

A new document library with some things set up (like versioning).

A OneNote notebook that the users can work on and sync their data

 

At first it looks pretty obvious, isn’t it?

Now the question comes – what is a OneNote book from the SharePoint prospective?

 

After some investigation I found out that OneNote notebook is just a folder, but there is a trick.

One cannot simply create a OneNote as a folder, what you need to provide is a thing called ProgID.

 

I made a simple sandboxed webpart that does ask for library name, and then just creates the library.

In the library a folder with the same name is created and set up to be OneNote notebook.

The code is this

 

 

var newLibId = web.Lists.Add(name, description, SPListTemplateType.DocumentLibrary);
var newLib = (SPDocumentLibrary)web.Lists.GetList(newLibId, true);
newLib.Update();
 
                
 
//Remember Document library is also a list in SharePoint
SPFolderCollection folders = web.GetFolder(newLib.RootFolder.ServerRelativeUrl).SubFolders;
 
//Create new folder
var newfolder = folders.Add(name);
var folderitem = newfolder.Item;
folderitem.ProgId =
"OneNote.Notebook";
folderitem.Update();
 
And at first it looks ok

 

 

 

 

But when you get inside it

You notice that the link "Open in OneNote" is missing.

 

 

To overcome this we’ve generated a link ourselves

 

onenote:http://sp2010/sites/onenote/test/test

 

Posted from 

http://mbakirov.wordpress.com/2013/07/25/how-to-automate-onenote-library-creation/

 

SharePoint 2013 & Office365 releases have no changes for InfoPath functionality, which might be a sign that InfoPath is going nowhere and will be replaced soon. At the same time there are a lot of changes in Access 2013 Web Apps, and this products looks as a good potential replacement for InfoPath apps.

However, there are some pros and cons you need to consider when planning a switch from InfoPath to Access Web Apps, such as

Pros of Access 2013 Web Apps

  • You can build them directly in Access 2013
  • They support relational data on multiple levels
  • No coding is required
  • The backend for them is SQL Server 2012, allowing for scalable data storage and access
  • Security is based on SharePoint groups; you can determine who has edit vs readonly access to the Access Web App through the standard SharePoint Visitors and Members groups
  • Microsoft offers data table templates, speeding the creation of Access Web Apps
  • The form designer tools have Microsoft Access's trademark ease of use
  • You can package your app to sell on the Microsoft App Marketplace ($$$)

 

Cons of Access 2013 Web Apps

  • Records stored in Access Web Apps cannot trigger or be part of SharePoint 2013 workflows. If you want to build a SharePoint form that involves significant business processes, Access Web Apps might not be for you.
  • Security setup is basic and somewhat limited. First, it isn't possible for users to own records. Second, there isn't a way to separate who can add a record vs. who can edit a record. Third, there is no way to apply edit vs readonly permissions to specific tables in an app. If you can edit records in one table, you can edit records in all the tables within the app.
  • The app owns the database. Don't expect Access Web Apps to provide a frontend to a centralized database that already exists.
  • For now, creating Access Web apps is a little buggy. When creating a very simple app, Access 2013 crashed on me twice, and I lost some work. Hopefully Microsoft will iron out the bugs in the coming Office 2013 service packs.

Source: 1, 2

 

By default, you can install application from the App Catalog programmatically only at SharePoint Development sites, and not on other sites. This behavior is managed by the "Application Sideload" feature that is enabled on development sites.

If you want to install apps programmatically on regular sites you just need to enable the "Application Sideload" feature manually (for example using powershell). The feature id is "AE3A1339-61F5-4f8f-81A7-ABD2DA956A7D"

In SharePoint 2013, the following applications can be shared across SharePoint 2013 server farms.

  • Business Data Connectivity
  • Machine Translation
  • Managed Metadata
  • User Profile
  • Search
  • Secure Store

A SharePoint 2010 farm can consume services from a SharePoint 2013 Server farm. This allows for upgrade of multi-farm environments in which a farm hosting service applications is upgraded first. In this scenario, the service applications and features that the SharePoint 2010 farm experiences are limited to those that are available in SharePoint 2010. For example, a SharePoint 2010 farm cannot consume the Machine Translation service application from a SharePoint Server 2013 farm and does not benefit from the new features of the User Profile service application.

Additionally, If the server farms are located in different domains, the User Profile service application requires both domains to trust one another. For the Business Data Connectivity service and Secure Store service application administration features to work from the consuming farm, the domain of the publishing farm must trust the domain of the consuming farm. Other cross-farm service applications work without a trust requirement between domains.

Source: 1 

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  • manages security
  • designs farms and services
  • design information structure
  • prototype solutions
  • designs page wireframes
  • creates new styles and templates
  • creates CSS
  • creates new pages and functionality
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Naresh "I have been following your articles for the past few months and I found soo many topics that are interesting and also helpful"

Ahmed "I really can’t find words to appreciate this work; you did a very beautiful, informative impressive community site. Thank you so much for your efforts and the value you added to the SharePoint Community. I am a big fan as of now"

Pete "I just wanted to let you know I was extremely impressed with the quality of your content. I'm sure you get many compliments - but probably not from someone like myself.  In fact, I believe this if the first time I've ever been so impressed that I've taken the time to send something, and I've been a computer engineer for almost 20 years.  You may rest assured for every honor you receive, there are 1024 people who also appreciate your contribution, yet neglect to pay you the honors you deserve.  Anyway, thank you for your time and commitment, and please keep up the good work."

 

 

Thursday, 11 November 2004 12:44

404

Written by

taking_notes

Question:

>>How to pull back data even pass the throttling point for list?

Answer:

The only way to achieve this is to disable throttling temporarily, for the particular list

 

Recently I have setup a new machine and wanted to dig into some standard SharePoint scripts. The thing is that SharePoint has used all normal minimized scripts (sp.js, core.js) while I want it to run sp.debug.js and code.debug.js

To get the answer we need to get into the component called ScriptLink.

If your script is registered as ScriptLink (as most SharePoint scripts are), then the ScriptLink class can automatically use .debug. scripts if ScriptManager.iSDebuggingEnabled is true.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.web.ui.scriptmanager.isdebuggingenabled.aspx

ScriptManager.IsDebugging enabled follows the following logic.

If there is <deployment retail=”true”> – return false.

Else if the script mode is not auto and not inherint, return (ScriptMode = Debug)

Else

return what is set in <compilation debug=”xxx”…/>

So for developer farm the easiest thing to do is go to web.config and set there

<system.web>

<compilation batch="false" debug="true">
      <assemblies>

http://mbakirov.wordpress.com/2013/07/26/how-to-make-sharepoint-use-debug-scripts/

In my previous post I have been discussing a web part that should create a new library.The next thing we were asked was to create a link that will open Sharepoint WorkSpace or SkydrivePro

Just like this

 

 

It turned out that you need provide a very weird encoded link

Here is a link we have produced in our webpart

 

grvopen://http_58_47_47sp2010_47sites_47onenote_47test/5f594410_451d8c_454d0c_45af05_4500f60a0e1bea/101?OPENLIST

 

Grvopen stands for Groove (that was later renamed to Sharepoint WorkSpace and later to SkyDrive Pro)

The piece of code that does encoding is taken from Tatham Oddie

https://gist.github.com/tathamoddie/5858129

And is posted to his github

http://blog.tatham.oddie.com.au/

 

Here is a full code

 

// based on https://gist.github.com/tathamoddie/5858129
static string BuildGrooveUri(SPDocumentLibrary lib)
{
   
var libUrl  = SPUtility.ConcatUrls(lib.ParentWeb.Url, lib.RootFolder.Url);
   
const string grooveOpenUriTemplate = "grvopen://{0}/{1}/{2}?OPENLIST";
   
var uri = string.Format(
        grooveOpenUriTemplate,
        Encode(libUrl),
        Encode(lib.ID.ToString()),
        (
int)lib.BaseTemplate);
   
return uri;
}
 
static string Encode(string plain)
{
   
return plain
        .ToCharArray()
        .Select(c =>
char.IsLetterOrDigit(c) ? c.ToString() : "_" + ((int)c).ToString())
        .Aggregate(
"", (s, c) => s + c);
}

 

Enjoy!

 

http://mbakirov.wordpress.com/2013/07/25/how-to-make-a-link-that-will-open-sharepoint-workspace-or-skydrive-pro/

 

 

I’ve recently been asked to do the following automation.

We have a portal on our SharePoint site that has data about something – let us say projects.

And once we want to create a new project, we want to have

A new document library with some things set up (like versioning).

A OneNote notebook that the users can work on and sync their data

 

At first it looks pretty obvious, isn’t it?

Now the question comes – what is a OneNote book from the SharePoint prospective?

 

After some investigation I found out that OneNote notebook is just a folder, but there is a trick.

One cannot simply create a OneNote as a folder, what you need to provide is a thing called ProgID.

 

I made a simple sandboxed webpart that does ask for library name, and then just creates the library.

In the library a folder with the same name is created and set up to be OneNote notebook.

The code is this

 

 

var newLibId = web.Lists.Add(name, description, SPListTemplateType.DocumentLibrary);
var newLib = (SPDocumentLibrary)web.Lists.GetList(newLibId, true);
newLib.Update();
 
                
 
//Remember Document library is also a list in SharePoint
SPFolderCollection folders = web.GetFolder(newLib.RootFolder.ServerRelativeUrl).SubFolders;
 
//Create new folder
var newfolder = folders.Add(name);
var folderitem = newfolder.Item;
folderitem.ProgId =
"OneNote.Notebook";
folderitem.Update();
 
And at first it looks ok

 

 

 

 

But when you get inside it

You notice that the link "Open in OneNote" is missing.

 

 

To overcome this we’ve generated a link ourselves

 

onenote:http://sp2010/sites/onenote/test/test

 

Posted from 

http://mbakirov.wordpress.com/2013/07/25/how-to-automate-onenote-library-creation/

 

SharePoint 2013 & Office365 releases have no changes for InfoPath functionality, which might be a sign that InfoPath is going nowhere and will be replaced soon. At the same time there are a lot of changes in Access 2013 Web Apps, and this products looks as a good potential replacement for InfoPath apps.

However, there are some pros and cons you need to consider when planning a switch from InfoPath to Access Web Apps, such as

Pros of Access 2013 Web Apps

  • You can build them directly in Access 2013
  • They support relational data on multiple levels
  • No coding is required
  • The backend for them is SQL Server 2012, allowing for scalable data storage and access
  • Security is based on SharePoint groups; you can determine who has edit vs readonly access to the Access Web App through the standard SharePoint Visitors and Members groups
  • Microsoft offers data table templates, speeding the creation of Access Web Apps
  • The form designer tools have Microsoft Access's trademark ease of use
  • You can package your app to sell on the Microsoft App Marketplace ($$$)

 

Cons of Access 2013 Web Apps

  • Records stored in Access Web Apps cannot trigger or be part of SharePoint 2013 workflows. If you want to build a SharePoint form that involves significant business processes, Access Web Apps might not be for you.
  • Security setup is basic and somewhat limited. First, it isn't possible for users to own records. Second, there isn't a way to separate who can add a record vs. who can edit a record. Third, there is no way to apply edit vs readonly permissions to specific tables in an app. If you can edit records in one table, you can edit records in all the tables within the app.
  • The app owns the database. Don't expect Access Web Apps to provide a frontend to a centralized database that already exists.
  • For now, creating Access Web apps is a little buggy. When creating a very simple app, Access 2013 crashed on me twice, and I lost some work. Hopefully Microsoft will iron out the bugs in the coming Office 2013 service packs.

Source: 1, 2

 

By default, you can install application from the App Catalog programmatically only at SharePoint Development sites, and not on other sites. This behavior is managed by the "Application Sideload" feature that is enabled on development sites.

If you want to install apps programmatically on regular sites you just need to enable the "Application Sideload" feature manually (for example using powershell). The feature id is "AE3A1339-61F5-4f8f-81A7-ABD2DA956A7D"

In SharePoint 2013, the following applications can be shared across SharePoint 2013 server farms.

  • Business Data Connectivity
  • Machine Translation
  • Managed Metadata
  • User Profile
  • Search
  • Secure Store

A SharePoint 2010 farm can consume services from a SharePoint 2013 Server farm. This allows for upgrade of multi-farm environments in which a farm hosting service applications is upgraded first. In this scenario, the service applications and features that the SharePoint 2010 farm experiences are limited to those that are available in SharePoint 2010. For example, a SharePoint 2010 farm cannot consume the Machine Translation service application from a SharePoint Server 2013 farm and does not benefit from the new features of the User Profile service application.

Additionally, If the server farms are located in different domains, the User Profile service application requires both domains to trust one another. For the Business Data Connectivity service and Secure Store service application administration features to work from the consuming farm, the domain of the publishing farm must trust the domain of the consuming farm. Other cross-farm service applications work without a trust requirement between domains.

Source: 1 

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Developer

IT Pro
  • manages SharePoint farm on daily basis
  • backups/restores sites
  • manages security
  • designs farms and services
  • design information structure
  • prototype solutions
  • designs page wireframes
  • creates new styles and templates
  • creates CSS
  • creates new pages and functionality
  • front-end development
  • server-side development
  • creates business applications
  • creates site content
  • manages individual sites

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Question:

>>How to pull back data even pass the throttling point for list?

Answer:

The only way to achieve this is to disable throttling temporarily, for the particular list