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I know this is an old thread, but after spending a good while looking about I found an OOTB SharePoint Designer 2010 solution for this problem. To move a document to a different folder create an SPD2010 workflow and use the Update Item action to change the path and name of the document. After inserting the update list item action click on the "this list" ...


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If your site is a publishing portal then all pages will be created in library called pages. 1. Page created from site actions not seen in designer. Once you create your page from site actions do following to check for a page in designer Open your publishing site in Designer and click on All Files tab from left menu. Now from the listed menu options, ...


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Please create a Shared Datasource instead of "Datasource". I'll suggest you to read this step by step article, it helped me with my first report. J


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In SharePoint you have three different entities which builds up a page rendering to the user. First, there is the master page, which controls SharePoint at a general level. You’ll find the foundation scripts and styles which works globally on the entire site (which uses this master page). The master page also has the most control of the outer styles. To make ...


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I would try the following: Get the List again from the elevated Web instead of the instance you pass to this method. Try searching your eventreceiver additional by assembly or classname to make sure you don't delete some SharePoint internal Receiver. finally{ web.AllowUnsafeUpdates = false;}


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The "Pages" library is a publishing page library and will use page layouts. The "Site Pages" library can have completely different content types, most likely wiki pages or web part pages. Don't confuse the two types of libraries. They use completely different architectures. A good summary of the different kinds of libraries can be had here: ...


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It's mostly likely because you already have an instance of the SPList (from another context) before you try to execute the deletion of an EventReceiver. That's why the ThreadAbortionException is thrown. Instead of sending in the list, send its name instead and get the list inside the RunWithElevatedPrivileges codeblock. private void ...


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I am running SharePoint 2013, I have intel i5 processor with 16gb ram. I can assure you it will work without any issue. I have install SharePoint Designer and visual Studio Ultimate too. So don't worry :)


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Please include Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Runtime.dll in your project.


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As you are using a publishing site, you should create a webpart page in Pages library. This way the master page will be attached to it and it will also get reflected in the designer. you can also add the below code in the page to link it with the default master page of the site <%@ Page language="C#" MasterPageFile="~masterurl/default.master" ...


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SharePoint does not allow to get directly a .json file without passing by a Web Service. It's considered as a non-sense for Microsoft, so they simply blocked .json file, if not provided by a web service. For some cases, you can rename your .json file to .jso to trick the SharePoint security policy, or go to Web.config to disable the security check. At this ...


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If you dont use powerGUI but use powershell.exe: Go to: C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0 Find: powershell_ise.exe.config Change: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?> <configuration> <startup useLegacyV2RuntimeActivationPolicy="true"> <supportedRuntime version="v4.0" /> </startup> ...



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