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http://server/sites/site1 is a different site collection. Go to the central administration. Select the site collection under the web application and add the account in its list of administrators.


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Two things you can get the access to the site collection: add your account into the Policy of the Web App. this way you will access all site collections in that web app. Or you can go Central admin > Application Management > Change Site collection Administrator...select the web app and then site collection and change it here.


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After upload you can do it as clientContext.load(this.newFile, 'ListItemAllFields'); var item = this.newFile.get_listItemAllFields(); item.set_item('Username', value); item.Update(); clientContext.ExecuteQuery...


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You don't need to load unless you want to read data. You can simply set_item then update. Then when you do executeQueryAsync the changes get committed in the back end. Here is updated code function createListItemProdus() { var clientContext = new SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var oList = ...


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Their is no specific category for this. But you can drill down it by going to IIS logs first. check IIS log on SharePoint WFE, search for "/_layouts/15/designgallery.aspx"(this page is where you can change the theme). You will get the User name who access that page and time frame. this is quite easy as compare to ULS logs. Another way to check the ULS logs ...


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To my understanding it seems like you are trying to fetch a site column of type hyperlink/picture and in display templates instead of getting src you are getting entire html tag of an image. I also came across similar issue. I would suggest let the value be as it is i.e. an html tag of an image and embed it in a Div. But before that use below JavaScript ...



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