Administrators can add search scopes by selecting shared scopes that are useful for people using their site collection, and then supplementing those scopes by creating search scopes for the site collection.
The top-level nodes that represent the sections of a document can be accessed directly by using the Sections collection. The shapes within a dashboard are accessible through its Shapes collection. However, there is no collection for the children of a node.
When you are creating a data-entry wizard in which multiple rows of information first need to be collected within a logical transaction. You can use collections to temporarily store the contents of the multiple rows of information, prior to performing the final wizard step when both the physical and logical transactions are completed.
Collections enable you to temporarily capture one or more nonscalar values. You can use collections to store rows and columns currently in session state so they can be accessed, manipulated, or processed during a user's specific session. You can think of a collection as a bucket in which you temporarily store and name rows of information.
During planning, each site collection administrator will want to create search scopes based on the information architecture within the site. By default, each site collection has access to the People and All Sites shared scopes. Administrators can add search scopes by selecting shared scopes that are useful for people using their site collection, and then supplementing those scopes by creating search scopes for the site collection.
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