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Yes you can, but be sure to try this in your test environment first. Follow the steps in the article SharePoint with more than one SQL instance: possible or not possible On the SQL server Backup the content database. Restore the database on the second instance Add the same permissions for the content database that you had on the source ...


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None of these features required to be activated to perform the Search on the Site. Search will work without these. These features used when you want to import /export the search configuration from /to another site collection. SharePoint 2013 Design Manager design packages You would choose this option if you are designing a site and creating ...


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You dont need to activate any features in your site. Just configure the contentsource in the serchservice application in your central administration to crawl that site. Here's some more info on that


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You have to include the property: using (var clientContext = new ClientContext("http://yourSite/")) { var oSite = clientContext.Site; clientContext.Load(oSite); var oWeb = oSite.OpenWeb(""); clientContext.Load(oWeb, web => web.Lists); clientContext.ExecuteQuery(); //get your list by index var list = oWeb.Lists[0]; ...


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This is a known issue with MS15-022 and the March 2015 CU. http://thesharepointfarm.com/2015/03/march-2015-cu15-022-task-list-filter-issue/ Simply add a Style (any will do, except the default one) to the View, and it will be resolved. Alternative option is to enable Server Render if displaying the Task List in a Webpart.


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AlwaysOn is a great new feature to SQL Server 2012 that allows consuming clients to have a mirroring and failover database solution all transparently for a single named instance. SharePoint is one such consumer of SQL and depends on having a solid connectivity to run. If SQL goes down, so does SharePoint so it’s well within our interests to configure a ...


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In Sharepoint 2013 one thing called App Step and that it is a mechanism provided to developers of SharePoint 2013-platform workflows (Designer workflows or Visual Studio workflows) to elevate permission of the workflow. you have to do following steps. Allow workflow to use app permissions. Grant full control permission to workflow. Develop the workflow to ...


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Sharepoint workflows have always run under the context of the user who initiated the workflow process. There were ways to run as the system account in 2007 but that was removed. In 2010 there are impersonation steps that allow actins to run under the context of the person who publishes the workflow. I believe the impersonation steps exist in 2013 as well.


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Indexing PDF files is OOTB funcationality in the SharePoint 2013, You need to run the full crawl. Sharepoint 2013 can only index PDF files with text layers, so files without one will not be indexed.


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The first icon is Results to File. The result of some action, bundling sounds logical in this context. The Second icon is Style sheet (css) that it is a stylesheet file. Visual studio icon download


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I feel stupid answering my own question seven hours after posting, but in my efforts on another Subsite to Allow management of content types (Under Advanced Settings of a List) so I could hide the default column I accidently altered this content type on the top level site. I changed the Status of the Document content type to Hidden and saved. When I noticed ...


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Instead of Required Field. Just add a validation based on following formula. =IF(ISBLANK([Field],FALSE,TRUE) Now use Validation Error Message for custom message.


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Their is no OOTB method to save the searches, rather you have to create your own custom code.here are couple of ideas. Create a ‘Save My Searches’ Feature in SharePoint 2010 with JavaScript/jQuery Get last search query


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From the error message, Looks Like you display template is being used in one of the search web part. Please check the properties of the Search Web part on all pages. if this template is being used. Please change it to different template. After changing try to delete it now. If you still getting the error please share the uls for that time period when you ...


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Couple of things to check: When you see two UPSA on the Service Application page, what if you click on the each service application and on next page check what is the status of the Sync(on left site column). you will see either idle or running. even job is saying incremental synchronization but it will run full sync if it requires. Their is no separate ...


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You need to make sure the web applications and customizations are in place before you mount the content database to the web application. The full process is described in the article Upgrade content databases to SharePoint 2013: Create Web Applciations Create a web application for each web application that existed in the SharePoint 2010 Products ...


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In my solution I had a event receiver and some content type definition. I splitted it in two different solutions (one with event receiver and other with definitions) and now it is working. Actually I do not know why (I did not change code at all), sad story.


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Convenience? This has been the case for a long time, they surface the same options in multiple places. The cog is the new site actions where this has always been an option, and the other link functions like the ribbon where this option exists.


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The user doesn't have access to one or more CSS files, most likely corev15.css is one of them. To confirm, you could use Fiddler or the F12 developer tools in the browser to record the network traffic to see which specific files to showing an access denied message. But let me take a guess: Corev15.css is available to all users by default. Perhaps someone ...


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Add http://ca.myapps.comany.lk as an intranet url in AAM Open the IIS manager. Select central admin site and edit the bindings Also make sure http://ca.myapps.comany.lk is properly configured in DNS Update Go into IIS Manager Right-click your site and choose Edit Bindings Add a new http site binding with the cname in the Host Name box


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You can not run JS code because the event receiver is not running in the HTTP Context. You can run your javascript code from the newForm or a custom newform instead, maybe before the event (handled by the event receiver) fire.


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https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/microsoft.sharepoint.spquery.expanduserfield(v=office.14).aspx Whether to use special rendering for user field values that makes them include the login name, e-mail address, Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) address, and title, when present, which causes a user field to behave as a multilookup field. You don't need ...


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Append IsDlg=1 to your url string


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The recommended way is to use Client Side Rendering. But that require little bit of developer background. Next is using jQuery. For that follow below steps First add required jQuery libraries to your site - Or you can dynamically load it using //Load jQuery library using plain JavaScript (function(){ var newscript = document.createElement('script'); ...


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I solved cleaning the recycle bin for the site collection. (the files are still stored in the contentDB until the recycle been is empty). (Get-SPSite http://mySite).RecycleBin.DeleteAll()


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There is a cleaner, pure XSLT way, to achieve what you are trying to do; no need to use javascript. By the way, always remember that XSLT is evaluated and executed first, way before your javascript gets called. <xsl:variable name="ControlMode"> <xsl:choose> <xsl:when test="@Field1 = 'Yes'"> Edit ...


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I did find a solution.. However I don't know how practical it is. This is what I did: Installed Visual Studio 2012 on my Staging. Updated it with 'Update 4'. Installed office tool for VS 2012. Got the work flow code and deployed it via Visual Studio. (And the deployment worked). Retracted the solution via Visual Studio. Added the .wsp files manually via ...


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[Microsoft.SharePoint.SPFieldUserValueCollection]$lotsofpeople = New-Object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPFieldUserValueCollection $user1 = $w.EnsureUser("domain\user1"); $user1Value = New-Object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPFieldUserValue($w, $user1.Id, $user1.LoginName) $user2 = $w.EnsureUser("domain\user2"); $user2Value ...


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I did find a solution.. However I don't know how practical it is. This is what I did: Installed Visual Studio 2012 on my Staging. Updated it with 'Update 4'. Installed office tool for VS 2012. Got the work flow code and deployed it via Visual Studio. (And the deployment worked). Retracted the solution via Visual Studio. Added the .wsp files manually via ...



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