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there are couple of ways to do this. either convert the Web Application in SP 2010 from Classic to Claims then upgrade to 2013. or create a Classic Web Application in 2013 then upgrade the content database to 2013 then convert the web application. Create Web Application as Classic mode is only possible via PowerShell New-SPWebApplication -name "...


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I think you may find your solution in this Pentalogic blog. It's been a lifesaver for me in working with calendar/today issues.


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Maybe type 'calculated column today' in that white box in the top right (it is a search box) And switch to the ranking-by-votes ?? http://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/search?tab=votes&q=calculated%20column%20today


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Unfortunately, this isn't possible since Calculated Columns are not recalculated on viewing, but only on creation and modification. See this article: http://blog.pentalogic.net/2008/11/truth-about-using-today-in-calculated-columns/ You will need to solve this with display logic.


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You can do this by breaking the inheritance of the respective pages. If the user don't have permission to the page then they will not see the link it. (Assuming the top navigation is out of the box)


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When you click on the column name in list settings it will not tell you whether it's a site column. If you enable content management on a library, go into the content type, and click on a column name, it will tell you if the column is inherited from a site column because you won't be able to edit it, and it will provide a link to edit the site column.


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When you add site columns to a list, it makes a copy of the site column into the list. That's how it works. Ideally you want to add the site columns to a content type and then add this content to the list. When you click on the columns in the list settings page, you can come to know whether it is site column or list column.


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You can do this SPServices. The $().SPServices.SPArrangeChoices method lets you define how many to put in a row.


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I just had this issue myself and was able to resolve it by performing the following steps: Close any and all open Excel windows. Open a new browser process (Press AltF, then I). Navigate to the same list and attempt to access datasheet view again. Apparently, in my case, the issue was related to something in memory from one of my running Excel processes.


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You have defined the variable QuestionField at the beginning but subsequently you are trying to use questionField which is undefined. Check the capitalization.


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You can use Powershell to reset inheritance $webUrl = "http://mycoolsite" $web = Get-SPWeb $webUrl $list = $web.Lists["mycoollib"] foreach ($item in $list.items) { $item.ResetRoleInheritance() } Also to get items that do not inherit permission you can use following powershell script $web = Get-SPWeb "http://mycoolsite" $list = $...


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SharePoint tries to execute a user-defined function called PreSaveAction before an item is saved. You can use that function to validate your data. Here is a bit of code that should give you a good starting point: function PreSaveAction(){ if(jQuery("select[title=A]").val() == "xyz"){ if(jQuery("div[title=B] > div > .valid-text").length){ ...


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Yea, took me a bit to find, but the issue is simple and also stupid. Power Pivot has issues with importing "Calculated Fields" - But I think these are Sharepoint created and might still work with Infopath created Calculated fields, hope this helps someone. Once I removed the calculated fields I stopped getting this error immediately.


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What I advise customers is set the databases to the Simple Recovery Model if: 1) You're not using a replication method (Mirroring, AlwaysOn, Log Shipping) that requires the Full Recovery Model. 2) You will not be performing point-in-time restores, which is another benefit of the Full Recovery Model with appropriately timed Transaction Log backups. If ...


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The default recovery model of a Content database in SharePoint 2010 is full, as per the article Database types and descriptions (SharePoint Server 2010). And I would recommend keeping the full recovery model because it's (arguably) the most important database of your farm. All your users added value gets stored in the content database. Content databases ...


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The recovery model of a content database has to be configured depending on your backup plan : If you don't plan on doing transactional backups, you can configure your database to "Simple" recovery model. If you plan doing transactional backups, you can configure your database to "Full" recovery model. If you put your recovery model to "Full" and don't do ...


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Viewing with console developement browser, I find the source problem : SetDisabledOnControl function is unknown. This post indicates the source problem is an UC update. But I can't test the proposition on this post to validate it. I think it's dangerous to edit a forms.js file on a PROD server. The solution is to upgrade this site collection to user ...


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Open your master page in SharePoint Designer -> Search for that DIV html (test) -> If found, Remove it -> Save and Check-In your master page


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You need to check if the user with whom you try to add value to choice field is having "Contribute" access on the list/library in which this field has been added.


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The itemArray is not needed (unless you are using it elsewhere) because this line: clientContext.load(itemArray[itemArray.length-1]); is also not needed and may in fact be causing you problems. To update a list item all you need is that update() call followed by the clientContext.executeQueryAsync call.


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You can try to validate if the page is in edit mode. But since you'd rather be able to still see everything as an elevated user, perhaps using SPSecurityTrimmedControl is a better choice. <style> /*hide stuff from users*/ #s4-leftpanel,#s4-ribbonrow { display:none !important; } </style> <Sharepoint:SPSecurityTrimmedControl runat="server" ...


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You can use choice filter and In the advance settings of this filter, enable multiple values.


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Usually MySite Host are supposed to be hosted on a separate Web Application and separate databases. This is best practice according to Microsoft. However, you don't have to if you have valid reasons not to. In your case where you have a farm used for records management and content management, you should really consider using MySite Host on a web application ...


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Resolution : have site collection access, define a new level permission, test it, do a powershell script to copy/past it on each site collection.


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I wanted to give an additional answer - since I had the exact same question as stated by the O.P. - but my problem turned out to be of a completely different nature... Initially, my conditional formatting logic (an advanced expression) - at the point I made it depend on a calculated column, it seemed to stop working. However, the actual culprit wasn't the ...


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I think the issue is here , as you said the new one is created in SharePoint designer and the old one is deployed through a wsp. You should modify your master page via the visual studio then deploy it again . to let this control registered as safe in Web.Config. you current method only working if master page branded with SP designer, not visual ...


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To hide it temporarily till find it is related you can also Open your portal with IE > Click F12 to open developer tool > try to select its ID. Add a Content Editor to your page then add the following CSS. #ID {style : display:none;} regarding tracking the issue ? open web part maintenance page and make sure that it's not related to any web part ...


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Agreed with above suggestions, there is no direct upgrade method from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2016 using the standard tools. A double-hop jump, from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013 and then onto SharePoint 2016, may make sense or use a third party SharePoint migration tool to migrate directly from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2016. you should also ...


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There is a hidden List in the Site which lists all Users who has permissions on the site. URL - http://siteurl/_catalogs/users/simple.aspx If you know the User ID then details can be retrieved using URL - http://siteurl/_layouts/userdisp.aspx?id={UserID}&Force=True


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No need to bring your site down. Only set its content database as 'Readonly' Open CA > Application Management > Contetn database > click on its name > Set as readonly.


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Backups are good for recovery in case of data loss.but archiving is different things. By archiving documents that n sharepoint you will get many benefits -performance of sharepoint will not impacted when u do archiving information is easy to access for end user when old data archived. not pay too much high cost as storage as you archived the content in ...


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SharePoint Compliance requires to comply users with a specific usage policy, In your SharePoint sites, it consists of : IRM for Document Libraries : to disallow user copy your document content Record Center and In-Place Holds : for archiving with 3 Tera content database. Auditing : to audit any changes occurs in your SharePoint site. Retention or ...


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First of all Archiving is not backup. Backup as you stated take copy as is and store it. This doesn't have any improvement on the SharePoint Farm and will be used only in case when Restore is required. On the other hand Archiving eventually improves system performance. What archiving or retention policies does is, it moves old documents or records from ...


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I have modified the script from this URL to adjust with your requirements ######################## Start Variables ######################## ######################## Varun's Script###################### $destination = "C:\\tools\\Folder" $webUrl = "<Url of the specific site>" $listUrl = "<Url of the specific list. This url is complete Url and NOT ...


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If you are just looking for migrating the content databases, you can use SharePoint 2013 Foundation to attach the DBs from SP2010.


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No you have to migrate to 2013 first. The only ways to do it directly ie skipping 2013 is by doing it manually or by using some third party tool or building a tool by yourself. See this official Microsoft Post Extract from above Post. Upgrade and Migration SharePoint Server 2016 will support upgrade from SharePoint Server 2013. To upgrade from ...


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Using PowerShell create a backup of existing site collection. Restore it as a new Site Collection. Write PowerShell script to iterate through the sub sites and delete all except the template site. Now take a backup of the new site collection so you can use it in future as a template.


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You can use JQuery for this purpose. $(document).ready(function () { $("#idoftheTableElementContainer input").each(function () { $(this).change(function () { //label next to checkbox holds the value. if ($(this).next().val() == "random value") { $("#idofbutton").click(); } }); });...


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The All Versions command, doesn't mean versions of the list, but means it exports all versions of all list items. When the list is then imported, the entire version history of the list items is present instead of the most recent version.


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Add a script editor webpart to the same page where your list is and set the color for the selected column header using this CSS. <style type="text/css"> .ms-headerCellStyleMenuOpen { background-color: rgba(255, 0, 0, 0.50); } </style> Edit: Just saw that this was for 2010. As i don't have access to a 2010 farm anymore, this might or might ...


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yes it is possible to find out the user who has updated the record. You try checking out the "Execute" and "set permissions" in the Business Data Connectivity service application .


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To avoid these errors, I created a new SharePoint document folder, and named it something similar. Then use the explorer view to copy over the files and folders then delete the original one and rename the new one to the same name as the original one.


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or just edit view aspx in designer and add LinkToItem="TRUE" for the desired column example: <ViewFields> <FieldRef Name="DocIcon"/> <FieldRef Name="Title" LinkToItem="TRUE"/> <FieldRef Name="field3"/> <FieldRef Name="field4"/> <FieldRef Name="...


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In SharePoint, any file (outside _layouts: _layouts is a huge exception to what's following here) is either "ghosted" or "unghosted". "Ghosted" means the file source (content) is stored on the disk of each SharePoint server (WFE) of the farm. Whenever a user requests a page from SharePoint, and the page is ghosted (and marked as ghosted in the DB, along ...


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Just skip the -Url parameter Enable-SPFeature -Identity <feature_name_or_Guid> -confirm:$false More found on TechNet


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kindly try below. spUser = spWeb.AllUsers.GetByEmail(txtEmail.Text);


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Solution-1 : Source The decision between Ghostable and GhostableInLibrary really is based on the type of file that you are deploying and whether you want users to view and access the document view a list or a library. If you desire users to view the file within a library then you would select the InLibrary option. Both Ghostable / GhostableInLibrary ...


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Be aware of this important point If the retrieving items from oracle database are more than 2000 items you will face performance issue so I advise you to check external list limitation before you try to use BCS even if you increase its default max to absolute max via powershell. Regarding using Oracle with visual studio you should Make sure ...


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You could use SharePoint Designer to do this. In Visual Studio you will have more possibilities but it is way more complicated. I think for your purpose SharePoint Designer will do the job. Ingo Karstein: Create a simple BCS connection with SharePoint Designer 2010 this helped me a lot to get started with BDC connections ;)


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You could try document.referrer but it isn't failsave when used in combo with MDS Better is to attach an URL parameter to the Edit buttons in the View



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