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Cumulative Updates include all previous updates. From http://sureshpydi.blogspot.in/2013/11/difference-between-cumulative-updates.html?m=1 Cumulative update is collection of all the hot-fixes up to date. Generally Office hot fixes are released for every two months in a package. It includes fixes for all the issues collected from hot-fix accepted ...


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You can jump straight from SP1 to the April 2016 CU. You do not need to install any previous patch besides the minimum the CU requires. In the case of April 2016, that would be SP1. When installing any SharePoint 2013/2016 patch, I would recommend using this script to do so. It will speed the binary installation up to about 20 - 30 minutes from ~3 - 5 ...


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You can achieve this functionality using Alert Me. following are the steps. 1: Go To your Calendar 2: Go To "Alert Me"(on Ribbon) --> Set alert on this list 3: Configure your alert. 4: Done


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If you migrate content only with the tool, yes you might bypass the warning messages you get when doing a database attach migration. You may still encounter problems depending on what these customizations did. In our experience with using a third party tool to go from 2010 to SPO, all of the customizations we knew of were not carried over (obviously) and ...


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Workflows operate under the context of the initiator. You would only need to use an AppStep (which is the new impersonation model from 2010) if the user that initiated the workflow process doesn't have the ability to do what the particular actions are going to do. So in your example, no, you wouldn't need to use an AppStep to update a list item because ...


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You can try this script $web=Get-SpWeb "http://subsiteurl" $web.AllowUnsafeUpdates=$true $web.ServerRelativeUrl="/newRelativeURL/" $web.Update() $web.AllowUnsafeUpdates=$false


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HTML in Calculated Columns only works in Views It will display the bare HTML in Forms, in Alerts, in Tree View, etc etc Read the pros & cons of HTML+JavaScript in Calculated Columns at: http://viewmaster365.com/#/How Alternatively you can do it with Client Side Rendering on SP2013: CSR /JSLink blogs (dec 2015) - Pitfalls using CSR/JSLink (aug ...


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In this case, You have to do couple of things. update the DNS record. Update the IIS bindings with proper port Update the AAM settings at Central admin.


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There are couple of ways to achieve this Using anchor tag you can specify which section of the page it should scroll to Using JavaScript you can find the group element. The scroll to that element by handling the click event.


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Add the webpart into a "Site" scoped feature This is so that it will create a spdata entry to add your webpart as a safe control into the web.config. Activate the "Site Collection Feature" that you created for the webpart on the target site collection


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The feature should be scoped to site As you are aware Webpart gallery exists at site collection level.


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SSPID is the GUID of you Managed Meta Data service. TaxonomyField.SspId Property You are on the correct place and getting the correct id. Do you have more than 1 MMS service in your farm? What error you are getting?


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If all you want to do is create a whole lot of columns, Powershell is the way to go. You can use this script to create a column. $site = Get-SPSite -Identity $row.SiteCollectionURL $web = $site.RootWeb # Assign fieldXML variable with XML string for Site Column $fieldXML = '*Your XML here*' # Create Site Column from XML string ...


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This is not really a good use of a list. The number of columns in a list should ideally be fixed. why don't you build your list with the following columns? User/group, subsite, access rights granted, you need to add the same user or group more than once (once for each subsite), but you could report the data in excel by using a pivot table. And speaking ...


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It looks like a similar question has been asked before : Expand collapse text on a Wiki page One answer there states : I think you can make it happen using jQuery: Whatever element you want to expand/collapse needs to have a display:none; in its CSS style. Let's say you have a DIV: Now its style should have the display:none in it: ...


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Yes, it can be done in the Content Editor Webpart check this step by step tutorial http://www.queness.com/post/5368/quick-and-easy-jquery-read-more-script-tutorial


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The key differentiation I see between the provider hosted app and standard in browser stuff, is the provider hosted model gets you a slew of other capabilities. You are spinning up a web application in Azure or locally where you can write your own custom APIs to integrate into your own systems or other routine timer job type functions. Using the web layer ...



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