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I fixed this by randomly dragging around some of the divs in the Sharepoint Editor. It's kind of broken now and won't let me add anything else to the page or make any further layout changes without all the webparts becoming corrupt, but it worked!


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You can set up a Yes/No calculated field with the following formula. =IF(OR(MID(Title,7,1)="7",MID(Title,7,1)="6",MID(Title,7,1)="5"),"Yes","No") Just change "Title" to your Tracking Number field.


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all Updates for SharePoint 2013 require SharePoint Server 2013 SP1 to be installed first.Read More here: May 2016 CU for SharePoint 2013 product family is available for download It is required to have SP2 installed for the base product and all installed language packs to install May 2016 CU for SharePoint 2010. Read more here May 2016 CU for SharePoint 2010 ...


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No, if they can read the metadata about an Item (the Document is contained within the Item), they'll be able to open the document itself. But in this case, I'd suggest providing Full Read access on the User Policy of the Web Application.


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You will need to apply Service Pack 1 to SharePoint 2013 prior to updating to May 2016 CU. For SharePoint 2010, you will need to apply Service Pack 2 prior to updating to the May 2016 CU.


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If you really dont want Limited access feature in your site, deactivate the Limited-access user permission lockdown mode feature. And check if you still face that issue.


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You can add a table on the page and you can add the CEWP in one of the columns. You can fix the width of the column so that the CEWP is exactly below the search box. Good luck!


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Consider Requester Name field contais value as Nagarajan Muthukumar Formula for First name: (LEFT([Requester Name],INT(FIND(" ",[Requester Name])-1))) Result in First Name: Nagarajan Formula for Last name: RIGHT([Requester Name],LEN([Requester Name])-INT(FIND(" ",[Requester Name]))) Result in Last Name: Muthukumar Hope this is expected. Are you doing ...


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Have you tried an Impersonation Step. If ACC2 does not have the ability to update the information in the custom list, this would alleviate that issue.


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The solution I found was to simply enter the commands in PowerShell line by line instead of using the script provided with the FBA Pack. I don't know why the script wasn't running, but I can install without using the script. Indeed you need to be in version 2.0, but with the last version of SharePoint Server 2010 which has to be used with slipstream when ...


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try this var item = list.GetItemById(id); _context.Load(item); _context.ExecuteQuery();


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In Our Case, Solutions were deployed into Web Server but not on the App Server due to which Test-SPContentdatabase shows up error message related to the solutions that are not installed in Application Server. We faced this issue when we were upgrading our Sharepoint 2007 to Sharepoint 2010 environment Cause: Microsoft Sharepoint Foundation Web Application ...


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You can use some jquery. The caution is to make sure you don't break the SP UI when you make the change. #soTesting. This is working in my 2010 site now. In 2013 the doctype is set to HTML so the issue would not happen. if ($('meta[http-equiv=X-UA-Compatible]', top.document).attr('content') == 'IE=8') { $('meta[http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible"]', top....


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Check permissions only checks the permissions of the current object that you invoked Check permissions on. For example: If you do Check Permissions on the site, it will detail how a user has site level access only. If you do it on a document library, it will detail how the user has access to the document library only. If you do it on a file, it will ...


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You can use Copy Web Service method to upload document in SharePoint 2010 But it is not a method of REST API. Below is the article from where you will get all the details. Uploading Content Into SharePoint (Let me count the ways) Below is the code WORKING in SharePoint 2013 to upload a file in the same domain by using the REST API and jQuery 'use ...


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You can user below script in ScriptEditor webpart below your Page Viewer WebPart to make show it in full page view. <script language=”javascript”> var a = MSO_ContentTable.getElementsByTagName(“table”); MSO_ContentTable.setAttribute(“height”,“100%”); for(i=0;i<a.length;i++) { a[i].setAttribute(“height”,“100%”); } var z = document....


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Here is a library that can help you: https://github.com/davidjbradshaw/iframe-resizer In this package there are two JS-files, one for the host (SharePoint) and one for the page that you want to show in the iframe. Once both scripts are implemented they will start to negotiate a size for the iframe so that all the content fits inside.


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Better still create an extension method on the Page object /// <summary> /// Closes the SP Dialog down. Note this will only work when the button triggering the close action does not reside in an Update Panel /// </summary> /// <param name="Page"></param> public static void CloseSPDialog(this Page Page) { Page.Response....


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By Default when you are on a view and you create new or edit an existing form item you will be returned to the same view you were on to start with. Example: Starting on "My View" Create New Form Item > Save Returns to "My View" The way to change this is to add the Source parameter to the URL before users enter the form. Add "?=Source" to the end of ...


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Your Search alerts might be turned off. To enable or disable search alerts Verify that the user account that is performing this procedure is an administrator for the Search service application. In Central Administration, in the Application Management section, click Manage service applications. On the Manage Service Applications page, click the Search ...


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It wouldn't be a SharePoint Designer issue, but one with the SharePoint server itself. Check Central Admin to see if the Workflow, Workflow Autocleanup, and Workflow Failover timer jobs are ok for your web application. If you run a stsadm -o getproperty -pn job-workflow -url http://sp2010 do you get <Property Exist="No" />?


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You have to install that tool kit into the new farm. That is 3rd party toolkit which is not backed up using the sharepoint backup method. Please install that and then test your web application. I think Ajax control toolkit is a codeplex solution


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Note : I work for TeamImprover There could be many reasons why your images do not show but I would be very surprised if it was anything to do with your virus scanner. If you contact us directly we will be more than happy to help you resolve this issue.


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Copy your SharedPoint document library URL for example, http://sumon-pc/sites/dc/ts/Shared Documents Open Windows Explorer, right click My Computer and select Map Network Drive Choose drive letter that you want to use, then enter the URL that you copied in step 1. Then click finish. If prompt for username and password enter your SharePoint login ...


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it turned out infopath forms load just fine in Edge and the problem was in a javascript file. The js file did some actions before it fired _InfoPath.OnLoad() if the browser was not Chrome (as that browser can't handle that command), but Edge gave a false positive on the check for Chrome and thus didn't call the load command. The result was no loading of ...


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SSRS will only return items in the default view unless you create a filter parameter on the query itself. So if items are in folders or hidden from the default view your query wont pull them without this filter parameter. Right click on the dataset then choose properties and add a parameter like Created > 1900-01-01 This should return everything in the ...


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Thanks for clarifying. Based on what I read now, it sounds like there is the head of operations, who is the only person who can answer any question (list item) that is added to the list. This person should be able to edit the list items, but no one else should be able to do so, but everyone can read and add items. Based on that, you can create a very small ...


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U could do this with infopath validations rules. As I understand you have 2 Fields. Field A and Field B Rightclick Field B Choose Rules... Click new validation Give it a name Click on none under condition Fill in Field A is not blank AND Field B is blank as condition Don't forget to fill in a screentip, otherwise it won't work properly. This way Field B ...


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Give item level permission to the users with Contribute . So that user can answer the question. For other users remove or give read permission.


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Command: Set-SPUser –Identity "domain\username" –SyncFromAD –Web https://mysitecollection


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Could u post more information about your form? Like what kind of connections it has? SharePoint Online form services has some limitations. Example you can't use the userprofileservice.asmx


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@Christoffer, you saved me a lot of time. Adding a refresh icon and set Hyperlink to the same page. Brilliant. Thank you.


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Did silly mistake. Master page was just checked in. Master page needs Approval to reflect changes in extended site too. Make sure you do approval of master page after any changes.


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You can try below code Approach 1 : $(document).ready(function() { var userID = <<input your user ID >> var siteUrl = <<input site url>> var soapEnv = "<?xml version='1.0' encoding='utf-8'?> \ <soap:Envelope xmlns:xsi='http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance' xmlns:xsd='http://www.w3.org/2001/...


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There is a work around for this issue. Create a calculated column and add the Choice field as formula for it. Now use the calculated column for filtering.


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Unless you are a farm administrator or a developer with your own dev environment, chances are that you don't have permissions to log on to the server and run PowerShell. As a regular SharePoint end user you may have access to SharePoint Designer, though. Open the site in SPD. Here you can navigate to the list and delete it.


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You can remove the list using PowerShell: $web = get-spweb -Identity http://spsiteurl $list = $web.lists["list name"] $list.AllowDeletion = $true $list.Update() $list.Delete()


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This is pretty universal error message, something prevent you to do that... So, is there any running workflow assigned for that account/user? Does your user still exist inside SC user information list? (https://portal/SC/_catalogs/users/detail.aspx ). You tagged this question with SharePoint ENT tag, so you are probably using MySites. Does your user still ...


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This can be done by SPServices.SPGetCurrentUser User information list Use of SP.UserProfiles.js Refer this link for SPServices.SPGetCurrentUser Get user detail from userInforList here With help of UserProfile.JS here


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You can do it in SharePoint 2010 by querying following end-point. /_vti_bin/ListData.svc/UserInformationList Add your required properties in $select operator. /_vti_bin/ListData.svc/UserInformationList?$select=Id,Name,.. Example using jQuery function getUsers() { $.ajax({ url: "/_vti_bin/ListData.svc/UserInformationList", type: "...


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I guess the following links helps: How to: Create and Retrieve a Social Tag How to: Learn to read and write to the social feed by using the REST service in SharePoint 2013


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This problem might occur if you're dealing with different scopes for your SPWeb object. The get-spuser cmdlet generates one SPWeb object from the url you provide it, and the remove-spuser cmdlet generates another one. You can try using the same SPWeb object by generating your SPWeb separately before retrieving the SPUser object, like so: $web = Get-SPWeb &...


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Try: Remove-SPUser -Identity $user -Web http://webUrl


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I just wrote powershell script to do this. Let me know if anyone wants it.


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My Findings Connect to outlook feature is available only to these type of lists: Calendar, Tasks, Project Tasks, Contacts, Document Library and Discussion Boards. Prior to Service pack 1: If your SharePoint site has Minimal Download Strategy feature enabled, simply press "F5" to reload the current page. You'll get connect to outlook button enabled! ...


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One option may be to replace spWeb.SiteUsers.GetByEmail with spWeb.EnsureUser. Even though the documentation indicates that EnsureUser accepts a user's domain\username as a parameter, in practice I've found that an email address works as well, although this may be dependent on your environment's configuration.


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My understanding is that if you are using filters against OOTB list view web parts in SP2010 then you have no choice but to use the query string and a page refresh. There may be a way to achieve this with some development effort and an ASP.Net UpdatePanel in a custom page layout. If you filter a standard list using a standard UI approach (using the column ...


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SPUser singleUser = new SPFieldUserValue(item.Web, item["Single User"] as string).User; SPUser[] multipleUsers = ((SPFieldUserValueCollection)item["MultipleUsers"]).Cast<SPFieldUserValue>().Select(f => f.User); I'm not sure why one user is stored as a string, but multiple users are stored as a specific object; it may also not be consistent in ...


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You could do this using JavaScript/JQuery. Place the code below onto your page inside a Content Editor Web Part. When the page has loaded, the script finds the labels of the 'Any' and 'All' input fields, selects the closest parent row and clones it above the submit/search button - removing the original rows in the process. $(document).ready(function() {...


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Please try below code: var ctx; SP.SOD.executeFunc('sp.js', 'SP.ClientContext', sharePointReady); function sharePointReady () { ctx = new SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var siteColl = ctx.get_site(); var rootWeb = siteColl.get_rootWeb(); this.props = rootWeb.get_allProperties(); ...



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