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You can copy the default page used to create those alerts in your 15 hive. Then make your modifications to the edited copy to make it do what you want. Once completed, you can use STSADM to update your Alert Templates. stsadm -o updatealerttemplates -url http://mysite -f "c:\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server ...


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The alerttemplates XML will have templates for several list types. You will find the structure of the templates enclosed in <AlertTemplate Type="List" Name="SPAlertTemplateType.GenericList"> and a similar tag for announcement list. However modifying the alertemplate XML directly is not recommended. Also, if you modify the XML, the template change ...


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You just need to do it the other way round. Make it: Approval Status is equal to rejected OR Approval Status is equal to pending AND Created by is equal to [Me] which gives you (a OR b) and c.


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Title / Name: The display name of the site collection. It MUST be less than or equal to 255 characters. If nothing is specified, the site will have a default title of "Team Site". Check MSDN for other parameters. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd774086(v=office.12).aspx If you look on Content Database's table, you will see the below stuff. ...


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try your best to reduce the effort you give on Event Receivers. It seems there is a performance issue. As it is mentioned by Ruslan, there is no reason they take long time except server performances.


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There are no breaks in event receiver configuration. So it depends on your system performance and on your settings of event receivers. That what sharepoint documentation says about it: Synchronous event receivers are called in sequential order based on the sequence number specified during event binding. This applies to both Before and After synchronous ...


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you can use the below css code for background image: background-image: url("Image.jpg"); background-repeat:no-repeat; background-position:top; background-size:cover;


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you can try with a approach using custom visual web part where you can show/hide and enable/disable the controls depending on the user permissions (Users,Managers Group) and attach a workflow or c# code for sending the email notification to Manager maintaining a flag on the list item action. 1) Create a custom web part. 2) Add the web part on your edit ...


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Yes, you can query search using the REST API with the following URL to get list items specific to a content type http://yoursite.domain.com/_api/search/query?querytext='contenttype:CONTENT_TYPE_NAME' To find out more about search using REST see this and this


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Instead of selecting "current Item: URL Path", try selecting, "Workflow Context: Current Item URL". That should give you the URL you need.


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Basically its depend upon your requirement. as per your questions...you want to use the support for InfoPath, Excel Web Services, User Profile Synchronization, and Search. One thing is missing how many users will access the farm and how many documents search will crawl. As MSFT streamlined technology guideline, it is clearly mentioned one server farm will ...


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If you look at the internals of the GetChanges method, it calls a stored procedure dbo.profile_GetUserEvents which returns 1000 records. Another option appears to be to add a query to the GetChanges method. Within the query there is the option of setting a ChangeTokenStart property with a date. You can try that method. This seems be some issue with the ...


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You can use JavaScript: <a onclick="javascript: location.href = _spPageContextInfo.siteAbsoluteUrl + '/SearchResults.aspx?k=' + _spPageContextInfo.webTitle">Link to Search Results</a>


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To import Profile picture into Sharepoint, you need to perform 3 things. Map the picture attribute to ThumanailPhoto. Run the Full Sync Now run the createThumbnail command to create the thumbnail. You can verify at this link http://oursite/mysites/User Photos/Profile Pictures if pictures imported. here is the link: ...


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Is your user profile property "Picture" mapped to the correct AD attribute- "thumbnailPhoto" ? Also, the user profile photos from AD are stored in sharepoint picture library in Mysite host site collection. you need to run the powershell command Update-SPProfilePhotoStore -CreateThumbnailsForImportedPhotos 1 -MySiteHostLocation %MySiteURL% Here is a ...


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Use a CEWP at the top of your page. Store the Image in an image library so SharePoint can get it. Then, use HTML in the CEWP to make your header with the image. Should work just fine.


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If i have understood correctly : 1.Add all images to images doc lib . 2.Create a new list , add a column with "picture" type . while creating new item provide the url of picture from images library . OR directly create a picture library and add items . UPDATE : When you click new item in list , it either can open in newform.aspx or editform.aspx . ...


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This means the changes of the object. In your case it is the single page. You can create alerts for List/Library or for single element.


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No, Update is not changes id or guid of SPListItem



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