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I am having the same issue with safari on Mac. Did you get the solution? or could you share some info about it... thanks,


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SPOT ON FIX, good sir. THANK YOU for saving my hair!


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SharePoint doesn't really delete the left nav on WebPart Pages, instead it hides it. The easiest way to bring it back on edit the HTML on that web page. Edit your page in SharePoint Designer and click advanced mode. Find the following code and comment it. <style type="text/css"> body #s4-leftpanel { display:none; } .s4-ca { margin- } </style> ...


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What about trying this? SPGroupCollection $groups = $site.SiteGroups; instead of $groups = $site.RootWeb.sitegroups


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We've finally determined the culprit. It happens when we run the following command: PSConfig.exe -cmd upgrade -inplace b2b -force -cmd applicationcontent -install -cmd installfeatures When the upgrade process fails at about 10% - this annoying verbose problem appears. We've checked it on 2 "healthy" farms and managed to replicated this problem.


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I know you get the answer, here is my 2cetns on it. why i will get different content database when i create a new web application? and from where i can check this content database? Christoffer already explained it. SharePoint when create a content DB it puts guid in front of it, make it unique, you cant have two database with same name / id in the same ...


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The name of a content database is just a random generated name that does not have any type of function more than that you can't have 2 databases with the same name. (Every database has it owns unique ID, the display name is just there to make administration easier.) However you should name your content databases to something relevant to make it easier for ...


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I found out that the problem is not the CAML Query but the UserContextFilterWebPart i connected to and IF there is a JSLink defined. My complete caml: <View //all the view attributes > <Query> <Where> <Eq> <FieldRef Name="Buro"/> <Value ...


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Users need to have access to the site. That's why there is a permission level called Limited Access. Looking at the description of the Limited Access permission levels, you’ll see that it allows users to access objects “when given permissions”. With that permission level they will be able to see the objects they can access, but not the site itself. Users ...


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please check your IIS Server Security token service .If it is stopped click start option or try to restart the service. I have faced same issue long back and this option worked me. if it is not working for your scenario let me know.


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Are you sure that you have set both variables to return data in the correct format? Using a workflow variable of the type Date, this is your available options. (Site is for 2010 but it's the same for 2013 workflows.) As String: 8/2/2010 12:00:00 AM ISO Formatted: 2010-08-02T06:00:00Z (Zulu – GMT) Long Date: Monday, August 02, 2010 Long Time: ...


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(A code-only option, as an extra, not necessarily a suggested answer but one for others who will in future come across this question) I'm surprised nobody's brought up the pretty awesome Patterns and Practices Remote Timer Job Framework https://github.com/OfficeDev/PnP/tree/master/Solutions/Core.TimerJobs.Samples Basically it's a .NET library that lets ...


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Off the top of my head I can think of a couple ways: Pull in the rendering script using the JSLink property of some other object, for instance, a Content Type, or a Field that will always be shown. This would require either having Powershell access to be able to set the property on something that already exists in the site, or you would need to be ...


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You can use T-SQL on the Content Database. Use [ContentDbName] EXEC sp_spaceused AuditData As far as I'm aware, there is no SSOM to expose just storage used by Audit data.


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Couple of things to check. Solution # 1 simply change the application pool to use SharePoint Web Services System for search service applications and check. Go IIS In IIS > Expand server > Expand sites > Expand “SharePoint Web Services Now check all the GUID 1 by 1 in content view unless you find searchadmin.svc and searchservice.svc Right click GUID go to ...


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You can also try using the below powershell Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue #Get the Root web $web = Get-SPWeb "<a class="vglnk" href="http://sharepoint.crescent.com/sites/operations" ...


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Go to http://siteUrl/_layouts/15/people.aspx?MembershipGroupId=0. From here, you can delete a user from the Site Collection. It should be noted that the user will remain in the User Information List (dbo.UserInfo) table in the Content Database the Site Collection resides in. This is for referential integrity purposes. They are simply marked as deleted.


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So first thing, you need to have the Microsoft SPLA to be in compliant for this type of solution. Second, you could limit access to specific groups via User Policies on the Web Application(s). If you're managing the SharePoint farm, you could install Active Directory Users and Computers on the SharePoint server and monitor that Security Group for user count. ...


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Workflows The last option I'd go with is the workflow: workflows are slow, buggy, do not work at all when there's a lot of them running, complicated to debug, and most of all they completely disturb the users since they're visible in the UI (with a messy UI). Why would a background task be visible in the UI? In adition, conceptually, your task is not a ...


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To be honest, based on the requirements: Check if a column named "Review Date" of an item is met (Review date = today), and if so, to change the item status to be "In Progress". Then to send an email to the "Assigned To" user , that there is an item assigned to him with “Review Date” that have been met. I would go for a Workflow. Why? ...


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Disaster Recovery plan depend upon business requirement. First you have to setup your farm with high availability options Load balanced Web front end Redundant Search service server Always-On SQl Server. High availability is generally used to describe the ability of a system to continue operating and provide resources to its users when a ...


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A SharePoint 2013 Workflow is not stored in the content database therefore when you do a backup of a Site Collection and restore it on another server, you have to save all the 2013 workflows as a template, upload and activate them under /_catalogs/solutions/Forms/AllItems.aspx and activate them as a feature on your site.


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You have two options. One is to add a trigger term as part of the query to trigger a query rule which then changes the result source. This works as long as you don't have special characters in the query ()"-AND ANY etc. The other option involves adding JavaScript to the page, and hook in to the add_queryIssuing event for the dataprovider of the webpart. ...


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Ok, first thing I see is that yes indeed, you are opening two divs, and you only have a closing tag for one of them. So, you could add a second closing tag, but why not just combine them both into one? It seems like from your formula all you are doing is using the divs to apply styles. You could combine all the styles into one div. Also, what might be ...


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We ran into this problem back with SharePoint 2010. Ultimately, we never found a solution, and users were forced to manually upload the images. However, I do remember that copying and pasting using Firefox embedded the images using base64 encoded strings. So the images were never uploaded into the Images library, but were instead embedded into the HTML ...


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As you're asking about retrieving the icon url programmatically. In case you use client side programming technique, you can use: JavaScript: SP.Web.mapToIcon()(MSDN) C#: Web.MapToIcon()(MSDN) For server side programming you can use the static method SPUtility.MapToIcon()(MSDN). Example in JavaScript for client side programming: var ctx = new ...


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Make a GET request to the following URL, It will return all folders /_api/Web/GetFolderByServerRelativeUrl('" + libraryRelativeUrl + "')/Folders?$select=Name,ServerRelativeUrl Using jQuery function getFolders(libraryRelativeUrl) { var queryUrl = "/_api/Web/GetFolderByServerRelativeUrl('" + libraryRelativeUrl + ...


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I am having this issue as well, as best I can see this is the only way around it, (note I am using a 2013 List Workflow) Add a Yes/No column to the List the workflow is subscribed to called "Continue Workflow". Set this field to No before assigning the task. Add a Lookup column called "Workflow Item" to your Tasks list referencing the list the workflow ...


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I realize that I'm a bit late to the party, but I figured out something that helped me greatly with the same problem mentioned above. I used the same snippet, but discovered that it did not render from HTML to aspx properly. <PublishingWebControls:RichImageField FieldName="PublishingRollupImage" runat="server" ...


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The OData provider for the REST API is configured to limit the number of items in a response to 100. If there are more items the response will contain a continuation. In a JSON response the continuation will be a property named __next. var url = appUrl + "/_api/Web/Lists/getByTitle('Order Details')/Items"; var message = jQuery("#message"); ...


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Pass the Language ID parameter to the below method sets the language of the new site SP.WebCreationInformation.set_language( <Language Id> ); createWebsite(1045); function createWebsite(languageId) { var clientContext = SP.ClientContext.get_current(); this.oWebsite = clientContext.get_web(); var webCreationInfo = new SP.WebCreationInformation(); ...


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Eric — did you have any luck finding an answer to your issue with the missing SP search control? I'm having the same issue and have not been able to find a solution yet for the mobile view.


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After my testing I have detected the problem: control.IsIncludePathData = true; When you select from suggestions, control.Text contains something like this: label | GUID| GUID | GUIDSELECTED When you select from picker, control.Text contains: label | GUIDSELECTED So, you can avoid the problem with control.IsIncludePathData = false, or assigning the ...


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For SharePoint 2013 you need to create a Results Source and configure query to search in particular library only and configure your Search Results Web Part to use your Results Source. There were Search Scopes in SharePoint 2010 to achieve this. But in 2013 the Search Scopes are replaced with the "Result Source". For details check this link: SharePoint ...


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Don't think you can have different views in a folder but you can in a document set (Document set being a folder with meta data). If you want a native SP way of doing this: Step 1: Add document sets to the library. Step 2: Edit the options in the document set type and give the contents a separate view. Step 3: Have a workflow that runs daily that changes ...


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have not tried these solutions yet, but it looks like they add publishing features to Foundation http://spf2013publishing.codeplex.com/ 2013 migration of the 2010 version https://mundpublishingfeatur.codeplex.com/ 2010 version


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You can attach a new Database to Usage and Health data collection service. To point the Usage and Health Data Collection service application to a moved database by using Central Administration Verify that the user account that is performing the procedure is a member of the Farm Administrators SharePoint group. In Central Administration, click Monitoring, ...


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I did find this post. Don't know if it is complete or up to date. Fixe Size and Source URL didn't work for me. Name FileLeafRef Name LinkFilenameNoMenu Name LinkFilename Name BaseName URL Path FileRef Path FileDirRef File Size File_x0020_Size File Type ...


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Couple of things to check: from central admin > application management > service application, make sure Usage and Health Data Collection Proxy is started. Make sure “Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Usage Data Import” and “Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Usage Data Processing” jobs are running as per schedule. Make sure Search service is running. Make sure ...


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You just need a small change to your PowerShell script. $web = Get-SPWeb http://webUrl $groupOwner = $web.SiteGroups["GroupA"] #this group will own "GroupB" $groupTarget = $web.SiteGroups["GroupB"] $groupTarget.Owner = $groupOwner $groupTarget.Update() For all groups in a web: $web = Get-SPWeb http://webUrl $groupName = "SharePoint Group Name" #this will ...


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Add this CSS on your Page if you want for single Page or on your Master Page if you want it for the whole site div#DeltaTopNavigation { position: fixed; margin-top: -10px; }


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This is a little late reply, but in case someone else has the same problem and finds this thread: Check that the check box "Remove Duplicate Results" in the Search Web Part is unchecked. Another solution is to set the Trim Dublicates Properties to False in the web part code: ...


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Resetting the environment with an iisreset did the job.


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According my inspection, I can use ComputedFieldWorker.LinkFilenameNoMenu(listItem, listSchema) to render default value. And the implementation can be found in C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\Web Server Extensions\15\TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS\clienttemplates.debug.js


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Go into Library Setting > Then form the left hand side, under General Settings (top left of the body of the page), select "List name, description and navigation" You can now edit the "Description" field. Click Save. Then the new description will show up on the "i" next to the Document Library name as shown from above example with highlight.


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Their are couple of ways to see the description of Document Library. Method # 1 For all sharepoint versions, you can go to document library settings page and you will see the description on that page. this is for all versions of SharePoint. Method # 2 For SharePoint 2007 and 2010, you can see this, once you click on the document library, the description ...


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There should be a tiny (i) like icon to the right of your library title. Click on that, and you should get the description!


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You need to reference Microsoft.Office.Word.Server which is located in the GAC (C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\assembly\GAC_MSIL). It is not safe to reference Microsoft.Office.Interop.* assemblies in a server application.


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Calling SPLimitedWebPartManager.Web.Dispose() will dispose of the SPWeb object used by SPLimitedWebPartManager while calling SPLimitedWebPartManager.Dispose() would dispose the SPLimitedWebPartManager itself. Keep in mind that you should never dispose of objects you haven't created yourself! SPLimitedWebPartManager.Web is created by another object called ...


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I'd almost forget about this problem, but accidently I'd found the way to solve it. The main difference between SP2013 and SP2010 - is javascript rendering! In 2013 - javascript is everywhere, and XsltListViewWebParts (classic list view) by default are rendering on client too. That's why Xslt-transformations for header working, but not visible! To see it, ...



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