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SharePoint server 2016 was built on 2013 technology, this is because SharePoint 2016 only supports upgrades from SharePoint 2013, not from older versions. Use the Database Attach upgrade method for each and make sure to upgrade the sites to V14 mode prior to upgrading to 2013. Also sure to upgrade the sites to V15 mode prior to upgrading to 2016. So the ...


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In my experience database-attach method works best for the upgrade path from 2007 > 2010 > 2013 > 2016. The level of customization is a big factor though.


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I think in your situation migrating from 2007 to 2016, you have following options. Use the 3 red party tool I.e sharegate or metalogix... (They offer free trial as well). This will help you error free migration, also reduced the cost in term of setting up too much sp farm(2010,2013,210) Another Option, if you don't have too much customization, only content ...


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Microsoft says The database-attach method is the only supported method for upgrading And your upgrading path should be 2007 to 2010 2010 to 2013 2013 to 2016 I have a article on 2010 to 2013. Same thing works for 2013 to 2016. SharePoint Migration 2010 to 2013


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Try checking compatibility settings in IE and adding the site collection to the compatibility websites (I also selected "display intranet sites in compatibility view" and "use Microsoft compatibility lists". Once I completed this I was able to see that datasheet view again.


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In SPServices 2013.01 and up, you need to include the webURL property. $(document).ready( function(){ var user = $().SPServices.SPGetCurrentUser({ webURL: "http://sharepoint/site/", fieldName: "Title", fieldNames: {}, debug: false }); alert(user); }); EDIT Added fieldsNames and debug properties to ...


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Click Site Actions, and then click Mange Content and Structure. select your list select some items, in actions menu click 'delete'


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Simply, check if properties.BeforeUrl contains a dot (dots are not allowed in folder names): string url = properties.BeforeUrl; if (url .Contains(".")) //it is a file * not a folder { //To do }



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