SharePoint 2013: Role Assignments and Glossary

Written by Shawn Lyles

January 14, 2016

SharePoint 2013: Role Assignments and Glossary

Enterprise organizations around the world rely on SharePoint to maintain workflows and streamline their productivity. So why not learn about SharePoint to increase sharepoint 2013your value within your organization? I have put together a collection of study material for anyone looking to learn and understand SharePoint better.

SharePoint 2013 role assignments

Role assignments have three main components in SharePoint:

  • User or Group: The person or group of persons who get the role.
  • Security Scope: The subject.
  • Permission Level: The level of permission(s) the user or group is assigned to the subject.

SharePoint 2013 Permission levels

View Only

Enables users to view application pages. The View Only permission level is used for the Excel Services Viewers group.

  • View Application Pages
  • View Items
  • View Versions
  • Create Alerts
  • Use Self Service Site Creation
  • View Pages
  • Browse User Information
  • Use Remote Interfaces
  • Use Client Integration Features
  • Open

Limited Access

Enables users to access shared resources and a specific asset. Limited Access is designed to be combined with fine-grained permissions to enable users to access a specific list, document library, folder, list item, or document, without enabling them to access the whole site. Limited Access cannot be edited or deleted.

  • View Application Pages
  • Browse User Information
  • Use Remote Interfaces
  • Use Client Integration Features
  • Open

Read

Enables users to view pages and list items, and to download documents.

Limited Access permissions, plus:

  • View Items
  • Open Items
  • View Versions
  • Create Alerts
  • Use Self-Service Site Creation
  • View Pages

Contribute

Enables users to manage personal views, edit items and user information, delete versions in existing lists and document libraries, and add, remove, and update personal Web Parts.

Read permissions, plus:

  • Add Items
  • Edit Items
  • Delete Items
  • Delete Versions
  • Browse Directories
  • Edit Personal User Information
  • Manage Personal Views
  • Add/Remove Personal Web Parts
  • Update Personal Web Parts

Edit

Enables users to manage lists.

Contribute permissions, plus:

  • Manage Lists

Design

Enables users to view, add, update, delete, approve, and customize items or pages in the website.

Edit permissions, plus:

  • Add and Customize Pages
  • Apply Themes and Borders
  • Apply Style Sheets
  • Override List Behaviors
  • Approve Items

Full Control

Enables users to have full control of the website.

All permissions included

SharePoint 2013 Glossary

This SharePoint glossary is for all level’s of SharePoint developers and anyone who is interested in learning more about SharePoint.

[accordion] [acc_item title=”access control entry”]An entry in either a securable object’s discretionary access control list (DACL) or an object’s system access control list (SACL). In a DACL, the entry grants or denies permissions to a user or group. In a SACL, the entry specifies which security events to audit for a particular user or group or controls the Windows Integrity Level for the object.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”access control list”]In Windows-based systems, a list of access control entries (ACE) that apply to an entire object, a set of the object’s properties, or an individual property of an object, and that define the access granted to one or more security principals[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”access URL”]The internal URL that is used by a crawler to identify and access an item.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”ACE”]An entry in either a securable object’s discretionary access control list (DACL) or an object’s system access control list (SACL). In a DACL, the entry grants or denies permissions to a user or group. In a SACL, the entry specifies which security events to audit for a particular user or group or controls the Windows Integrity Level for the object.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”ACL”]In Windows-based systems, a list of access control entries (ACE) that apply to an entire object, a set of the object’s properties, or an individual property of an object, and that define the access granted to one or more security principals.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”activity feed”]A feed that provides information, notifications and updates based on people, documents, and tags you are following.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”activity flow”]A running instance of a workflow that consists of a sequence of action instances and/or activity model instances. Action instances and activity model instances can be sequenced in any order to create a single activity flow.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”activity model”]A predefined sequence of actions.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”after event”]An asynchronous event whose handler runs only after the action that raised the event is complete.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”alert subscription”]A request to receive an Internet message automatically when user-defined criteria are met. Such messages are generated automatically when items such as documents, Web pages, list items, sites, or other resources on a server are changed.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”alternate account”]An additional user account that is in a different domain, but within the same forest as the primary account.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”App Catalog”]A SharePoint document library that administrators can use to distribute apps for Office and SharePoint to their end users.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”app custom action”]A type of custom action that is added to a host site by an app for SharePoint and that links to more functionality that is contained by the app.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”app for SharePoint”]A cloud-enabled app that integrates rich, scenario-focused content and services into a SharePoint environment.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”app part”] component of an app for SharePoint that can be embedded on a site page to expose the functionality of the app.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”app web”]A subweb site to which the SharePoint components of an app are deployed when the app is installed on a host web.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”application directory”]The directory on an index server or a query server where all files are stored for the purpose of creating a full-text index catalog or performing queries on a full-text index catalog.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”application session”]The period of time when an application is running. When an application starts, the session starts. When an application quits, the session ends.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”audience identifier”]A GUID or string that is used to uniquely identify an audience.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”audience rule”]A set of logical conditions that determine whether a user profile can be a member of an audience.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”authoritative page”]A Web page that a site collection administrator has designated as more relevant than other Web pages. This is typically the URL of the home page for the intranet of an organization. The higher the authority level assigned to a page, the higher the page appears in search results. Also referred to as authoritative page.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”authority level”]A floating-point number that designates that a specific Web page is more relevant than other Web pages. Allowed values are 0, 1, or 2. Zero (0) signifies the most valuable authoritative page level.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”authority page”]A Web page that a site collection administrator has designated as more relevant than other Web pages. This is typically the URL of the home page for the intranet of an organization. The higher the authority level assigned to a page, the higher the page appears in search results. Also referred to as authoritative page.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”autohost”]To deploy the components of an app on appropriate hosts and establish app isolation automatically.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”available site template”]An XML-based collection of predefined or user-defined settings that are stored as a site definition configuration or a site template, and can be used when creating a site.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”backward signing”]A condition of a handwritten signature, in an image or .ink file, that specifies the direction of the characters in the signature, right-to-left or left-to-right.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”base view identifier”]An integer that uniquely identifies a view definition for a list.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”basic page”]A Web Parts page that contains only one Web Part zone and, by default, a Content Editor Web Part.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”BCS”]A feature that enables users to interact with back-end (LOB) data from within the Office Suite and SharePoint.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”BCS solution deployment”]BCS server to client solution deployment that is based on ClickOnce technology.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”before event”]A synchronous event whose handler runs completely before the action that raised the event starts.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”blank site”]A site that was created by using the “Blank” site template.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Business Connectivity & Business Connectivity Services”]A feature that enables users to interact with back-end (LOB) data from within the Office Suite and SharePoint.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”CAML”]An XML-based language that is used to describe various elements, such as queries and views, in sites that are based on Microsoft® SharePoint® Products and Technologies.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Central Administration site”]A special SharePoint site where an administrator can manage all sites and servers in a farm that is running Microsoft® SharePoint® Products and Technologies.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”chrome control”]An HTML and JavaScript based control that renders the top chrome, which is available to use in apps for SharePoint.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Collaborative Application Markup Language”]An XML-based language that is used to describe various elements, such as queries and views, in sites that are based on Microsoft® SharePoint® Products and Technologies.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”content migration package”]A package of XML-formatted files that is used to migrate content between site collections, sites, and lists.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”content placeholder”]A region within a page layout that is populated dynamically with the value of the publishing page field to which it is bound.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”content type group”]A named category of content types that is used to organize content types of a similar purpose.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”content type identifier”]A unique identifier that is assigned to a content type.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”content type order”]The sequence in which content types are displayed.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”content type resource folder”]A folder that stores the resource files that are associated with a content type.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”content type schema”]An XML definition that describes the contents of a content type.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”content type specific view”]A view that is associated with a particular content type that is associated with a folder.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”context site”]A site that corresponds to the context of the current request.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”context type”]A GUID that is used as a classification for an event receiver.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”contextual search scope”]A system-defined restriction that can optionally be added to a query to restrict the query results to items that are from a specific site or list.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”crawl log”]A set of properties that provides information about the results of crawling a display URL. The information includes whether the crawl was successful, the content source to which the display URL belongs, and the level, message, time, and identifier for any errors that occur.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”crawl queue”]A data structure that stores the list of items to crawl next.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”crawled property”]A type of metadata that can be discovered during a crawl and applied to one or more items. It can be mapped to a managed property.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”cross-domain library”]A JavaScript library available in apps for SharePoint to allow cross-domain client-level communication.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”custom action”]A dropdown menu item or ribbon component that is added to a site page.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Data View Web Part”]A Web Part that is used to display items in a list.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”declarative workflow association”]A code-free binding of a declarative workflow to a specific list or content type using XAML (Extensible Application Markup Language).[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”default list view”]The view of a list that is defined by the owner of the list to appear when users browse to the list without specifying a view.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”default mobile list view”]The view of a list that is defined by the owner of the list to appear when users browse to the list from a mobile device without specifying a view.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”default search scope”]The search scope that is assigned automatically to a search scope display group.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”default user store”]A user store supplied as a starting point for expanding group membership when a user store is not already specified in FAST Search Authorization.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”deployment system object”]An object that is created as part of a site or site collection. Examples of deployment system objects are root folders, catalogs, default pages, and galleries that are created during site or site collection creation. A deployment system object is not part of a template.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”descendant content type”]Any content type that inherits from another content type.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”dynamic rank”]A component of the rank that depends on how well query text matches an indexed item.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”excluded item”]An item that is excluded from a crawl by the administrator of the host site or the search administrator of the crawler.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Farm Administrators group”]The definition that is obtained by an index server during a crawl, to identify if any sentences in the item match the pattern for defining a term.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”farm solution”]A custom solution that can be deployed to a farm by a farm administrator. A farm solution has full access to system resources and other sites in the farm.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”feature definition”]An XML fragment that defines a feature and its attributes.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”feature identifier”]A GUID that identifies a feature.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”feature property”]A property that is associated with an active feature at a particular scope.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”feature scope”]The scope at which a feature can be activated.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”federated location”]A source that returns a set of search results for a given search query. The source can be a search service in the local server farm or another server farm, or another search engine that is compliant with the OpenSearch protocol.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”federated location definition”]The configuration settings that describe how to issue a query for a given federated location and display the search results.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”field internal name”]A string that uniquely identifies a field in a content type or a SharePoint list.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”first-stage Recycle Bin”]A container for items that are deleted. Items in this container are visible to users with the appropriate permissions and to site collection administrators.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”FSA Manager”]The Windows service that provides administration functionality for FAST Search Authorization.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”FSA worker”]The Windows service that generates user search security filters in FAST Search Authorization.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”full-text index component”]A set of files that contain all index keys that are extracted from a set of items.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”generic list”]A list whose base type is Generic List.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Group Approval document identifier”]A string that uniquely identifies a document that is subject to the policies defined for a Group Approval workflow. The string is generated and assigned automatically to a document by a protocol server.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”high confidence property”]A managed property from the metadata index that the administrator identifies as a good indicator of a highly relevant item. It is used to produce a high confidence result.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”high confidence result”]A search result that is considered to be highly relevant because of a precise match between a high confidence property value and the tokens in the query text.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”high-trust app”]An app that uses the server-to-server (S2S) protocol, where the app is responsible for creating the user portion of the access token, and therefore is trusted to assert any user identity.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”host web”]A SharePoint site to which an app is installed.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”item identifier”]An integer that uniquely identifies an item in a SharePoint list.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”keyword consumer”]A site collection that uses a particular set of keywords, synonyms, and Best Bets.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”keyword synonym”]An alternate phrasing of a particular keyword. When a user types a keyword synonym, search returns the same Best Bet result as the keyword.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”language auto-detection”]A process that automatically determines the language code identifier (LCID) for text in a document.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”list folder”]A folder that is contained within a SharePoint list. A list folder can contain documents or list items, and it retains the characteristics of other items in the list, such as a customizable schema.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”list form”]A page that allows users to create, view, or edit an item in a list.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”List Form Web Part”]A Web Part that is used to display, edit, or view an item in a list.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”list identifier”]A GUID that is used to identify a list in a site collection.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”list item attachment”]A file contained within a list item that is stored in a folder in the list with the segment “Attachments.”[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”list item identifier”]An integer that uniquely identifies an item in a SharePoint list.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”list server template”]A value that identifies the template that is used for a list.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”list template”]An XML-based definition of list settings, including fields and views, and optionally list items. List templates are stored in .stp files in the content database.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”list template identifier”]A GUID that is used to identify a list template.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”list view page”]A Web Part Page that displays a view of a list.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”List View Web Part”]A reusable component that generates HTML-based views of items in a SharePoint list.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”log level”]The amount of information that is stored in a log file for a transaction. Log levels can be represented by numbers or by words from the most to the least verbose.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”managed keyword”]A word or phrase that is added to a SharePoint item, either as a value in the Managed Keyword column or as a social tag.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”member group”]A group of users that is specific to the User Profile service.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”member group source”]A qualified domain name, such as domain.corp.microsoft.com, that identifies the source of a member group.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Members group”]A default group of users on a SharePoint site. By default, the Members group is assigned the Contribute permission level.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”membership group record identifier”]A unique identifier for a member group record.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”metadata index”]A data structure on a back-end database server that stores properties that are associated with each item, and attributes of those properties.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”metadata schema”]A schema that is used to manage information about an item.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Microsoft Business Connectivity Services”]A feature that enables users to interact with back-end (LOB) data from within the Office Suite and SharePoint.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”moderated object”]An object for which a moderator reviews and either approves or rejects additions or changes to that object. New objects and changes to existing objects can be seen by other users only after they have been approved by the moderator.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”moderation status”]A content approval status of an item in a list.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”multivalue property”]A property that can contain multiple values of the same variant type.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”navigation structure”]A hierarchical organization of links between related content, such as lists within a site.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”new form”]A form that allows for the creation of a list item.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Office SharePoint Server Search service”]The farm-wide service that either responds to query requests from front-end Web servers or crawls items.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Office Store”]An Internet site that provides a collection of products and services developed by Microsoft partners for Microsoft Office users.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Open Item permission”]An authorization that allows a user to retrieve an entire file.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Open Web permission”]A requisite permission during the import or export of a SharePoint site.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”operator account”]The account of the user who is managing the import process for a deployment package.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”organization identifier”]An integer that uniquely identifies an organization.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”orphaned object”]A content database object that lacks a requisite relationship to a corresponding object.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”paged view”]A view that supports one or more visual pages. A paged view is used to break up large sets of data into smaller sets for increased performance and manageability.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”parent farm”]A farm that crawls content from another farm and also responds to query requests from that farm.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”parent list”]A list that contains a list item or list folder.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”PerformancePoint Data Connections Library”]A SharePoint document library that contains PerformancePoint data sources.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”personal site”]A type of SharePoint site that is used by an individual user for personal productivity. The site appears to the user as My Site.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”portal content”]The main search catalog, which contains content sources and settings that are related to a crawl.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”principal aliasing”]The process of mapping a user or a group in one user store to a user or a group in another user store for the purpose of returning all documents that the user or group has rights to view, regardless of which user store the user or group is authenticated to.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”privacy level”]A setting that specifies the category of users who are allowed to view the personal information of other users, such as user profile properties, colleagues, or memberships.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”provisioned”]A condition of an object that was created and deployed successfully.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”public filter”]The search security filter in FSA that finds documents that all users have access to.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”publish to server”]A process that facilitates saving a document or portions of a document to a Web server.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”published version”]The version of a list item that is approved and can be seen by all users. The user interface (UI) version number for a published version is incremented to the next positive major version number and the minor version is zero.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”publishing level”]An integer that is assigned to a document to indicate the publishing status of that version of the document.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”publishing page”]A document that binds to a page layout to generate an HTML page for display to a reader. Publishing pages have specific fields that contain the content that is displayed in an HTML page.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”query independent rank”]A system to rank items that uses features that do not vary with different queries.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”query table”]A two-dimensional table that presents data from an external data source.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”ranking parameter”]A value that is used to influence the algorithm that determines the rank of an item.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”role identifier”]An integer that uniquely identifies a role definition within a site.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”role type”]A predefined role definition.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”root document”]A document in the root folder of a site.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”scheduled”]A status that is applied to a list item or document that specifies a time when the item or document will be published or unpublished.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”schema version”]An integer value that represents the version number of the schema for a deployment package.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”search application”]A unique group of search settings that is associated, one-to-one, with a shared service provider.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”search catalog”]All of the crawl data that is associated with a given search application. A search catalog provides information that is used to generate query results.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”search database”]A database that stores search-related information, including stored procedures and tables that are used for crawler data, document metadata, and administration information.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”search query log”]A record of information about user searches, such as search terms and time of access.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”search scope consumer”]A site collection that uses a particular search scope display group.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”search scope display group”]An ordered set of search scopes, defined by an administrator or programmatically, and used for returning groups of search scopes. Search scope display groups are saved for each search scope consumer and search scopes can be in multiple search scope display groups.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”search scope index”]A specialized component of a full-text index catalog that is built on the values of scoped properties for optimized queries.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”search scope rule”]An attribute that specifies which items are included in a given search scope.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”search service account”]A user account under which the search service runs.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”search shared application object”]An instance of a shared application for search that holds search-specific settings.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”second-stage Recycle Bin”]A container for items that have been deleted from a first-stage Recycle Bin. Items in a second-stage Recycle Bin are visible only to site collection administrators.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”server-to-server protocol”]An authentication protocol between two servers or services.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Shared Documents library”]A document library that is included by default in the Team Site site template.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”shared view”]A view of a list or Web Part Page that every user who has the appropriate permissions can see.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”SharePoint Search SQL syntax”]The rules that govern the construction of an enterprise search SQL query.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”single sign-on ticket”]A token that contains the encrypted identity of a single sign-on (SSO) user in the form of a security identifier string and a nonce.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”site collection administrator”]A user who has administrative permissions for a site collection.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”site collection flag”]A 4-byte unsigned integer bit mask that specifies the properties that are global to a site collection. One or more values can be set for this bit mask.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”site collection identifier”]A GUID that identifies a site collection. In stored procedures, the identifier is typically @SiteId or @WebSiteId. In databases, the identifier is typically SiteId/tp_SiteId.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”site collection quota”]An option for a site collection that allows administrators to set levels for maximum storage allowed, maximum number of users allowed, and warnings that are associated with the maximum levels.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”site column”]A field that can be associated with a content type or list within a site or site collection.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”site content type”]A named and uniquely identifiable collection of settings and fields that store metadata for lists within individual sites.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”site definition”]A family of site definition configurations. Each site definition specifies a name and contains a list of the site definition configurations.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”site definition configuration”]An XML-based definition of lists, features, modules, and other data, that collectively define a type of SharePoint site. Site definition configurations are stored in the ONET.xml file.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”site definition version”]A zero-based integer that indicates the version number of the site definition. Every time a site definition is updated, it is suggested that the version number be increased.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”site flag”]A 4-byte unsigned integer bit mask that specifies properties that are unique to a site.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”site identifier”]A GUID that is used to identify a site in a SharePoint site collection.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”site membership”]The status of being a member of a site and having a defined set of user rights for accessing or managing content on that site.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”site property”]A name/value pair of strings that serves as metadata for a site, such as the title or default language.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”site solution”]A deployable, reusable package that contains a set of features, site definitions, and assemblies that apply to sites, and that can be enabled or disabled individually.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”site template”]An XML-based definition of site settings, including formatting, lists, views, and elements such as text, graphics, page layout, and styles. Site templates are stored in .stp files in the content database.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”start address”]A URL that identifies a point at which to start a crawl. Administrators specify start addresses when they create or edit a content source.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”static rank”]The component of a rank that does not depend on the search query. It represents the perceived importance of an item and may be related to the origin of the item and relationships between the item and other items or business rules that are defined in the search application.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”trusted authentication”]A mechanism whereby a user account or a process account can be used to perform operations on behalf of the current user.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”trusted subsystem”]A method of communication in which two-way trust is established between two server components. Each server component communicates with the other component by using an account that is authorized to perform privileged actions such as retrieving files and settings.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”UI culture”]The language that is used to display strings and other graphical elements in a user interface.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”user display name”]A user profile property that can contain the preferred name of a user.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”user profile change entry log”]A repository that logs all of the changes that take place in a user profile.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”user profile change event”]An event that occurs when a property of any user profile is changed.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”user profile import”]The process of importing records from a directory service to the user profile store.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”user profile record identifier”]An integer that uniquely identifies a user profile record.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”user profile store”]A database that stores information about each user profile.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”user search security filter”]The user search security filter that specifies group and user permissions for a specific FAST Search user. FAST Search Authorization (FSA) filters out inappropriate search results by intersecting the user’s query with the user’s search security filter, and checking each document’s access control list to determine if the user has permission to view that document. The user search security filter is FSA’s primary means of enforcing document-level security (“security trimming”), which helps to ensure that search results display only documents that the user has permissions to read.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”user store”]A logical grouping of users, groups, and content permissions for a third-party security or content system that is accessed by FAST Search Authorization.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”visible scope”]A search scope that is displayed to site collection administrators and users.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Visitors group”]A default group of users on a SharePoint site. By default, the Visitors group is assigned the Read permission level.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Web application identifier”]A GUID that identifies a Web application.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Web control”]A server-side component that encapsulates user interface and related functionality[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Web discussion comment”]An individual comment that is added within a Web discussion.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Web identifier”]A GUID that is used to identify a site in a SharePoint site collection.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Web Part cache”]A hash table of key/value pairs that is used to cache and locate internal information for Web Parts.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Web Part chrome state”]The condition of a Web Part and the Web Part chrome surrounding it. Possible values are zero (0) for normal state or one (1) for minimized state.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Web Part connection”]An element in a Web Parts page that defines a provider-consumer data relationship between two Web Parts. When a Web Parts page is rendered, data provided by one Web Part can affect how and what is rendered by the other Web Part.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Web Part identifier”]A GUID that identifies a Web Part.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Web Part property”]A configurable characteristic of a Web Part that determines the behavior of the Web Part.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Web Part type identifier”]A unique 16-byte value that is assigned to each Web Part type.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Web Part zone identifier”]An integer that specifies the relative position of a Web Part in a Web Part zone. Web Parts are positioned from the smallest to the largest zone index. If two or more Web Parts have the same zone index, they are positioned adjacent to each other in an undefined order.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Web Part zone index”]An integer that specifies the relative position of a Web Part in a Web Part zone. Web Parts are positioned from the smallest to the largest zone index. If two or more Web Parts have the same zone index, they are positioned adjacent to each other in an undefined order.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”web proxy”]A method exposed in a client object model to issue requests from SharePoint to a remote service that developers can use in apps for SharePoint.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”Web service method”]A procedure that is exposed to Web service clients as an operation that can be called on the Web service.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”work item process”]A process that runs a work item.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”work item type identifier”]A GUID that is used to identify a work item type.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”workflow association”]An association of a workflow template to a specific list or content type.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”workflow configuration file”]An implementation-specific file that is a part of a workflow. The workflow configuration file contains information that is necessary to create a workflow template from the specified workflow markup and rules files, and to associate it to a specific list.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”workflow history item”]A list item that stores information about the current status of, and past actions for, a document or item that is associated with a workflow.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”workflow history list”]A list that stores the history of actions or tasks for a business process.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”workflow identifier”]A GUID that is used to identify a workflow.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”workflow markup file”]A file that contains markup to specify the functional behavior of a workflow.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”workflow task”]An action or task in a sequence that is related to a built-in or user-defined business process.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”workflow task list”]A list that stores the sequence of actions or tasks for a business process.[/acc_item] [acc_item title=”zero-based index”]An index in which the first item has an index of zero.[/acc_item] [/accordion] [space height=20]

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