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Below snippet can give you the current URL System.Web.HttpContext.Current.Request.Url


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You may need to get a new reference to the item after each update: // code before first update item.SystemUpdate(false); item = myList.GetItemById(itemid); // get new reference // next bit of logic here... // ... item.SystemUpdate(false); item = myList.GetItemById(itemid); // etc, etc


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No, you should not have to activate any service or anything. I saw one of your other questions from earlier, and it seems you were instructed to use copy.asmx and you yourself had found lists.asmx. However, you have tagged this question with 2013, and if that is the case, I would highly recommend not using lists.asmx etc. and instead use the REST API. ...


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If you export from the overview.aspx page it should export all columns. Maybe you're confusing the overview view with the all responses view?


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It seems you are not using inherited permissions. Check the list you are talking about has unique permissions and if that is the case add the Portal Owners group into that.


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Sadly a lot of things don't work as expected in CSOM. As a last resort I have a small hack - simply open the desired page as iframe, modify the content and submit the page. Quite slow but at least it works. //quite dirty hack but at this point the only possibility to set the formula mail via clientside function setFieldFormula(listGuid, fieldInternalName, ...


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I can't reproduce this in my environment. If you are still stuck then use a condition 1 equals 1 Edit I was able to repro your scenario. The steps I followed Insert a condition Inside the condition block add a create list item action Then delete the condition Clicked on check errors Fix Select the condition box and hit delete button on keyboard


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There is no similar method in CSOM (C#). You have to build manually as like your reference. You can check the methods of ListItemCollection from MSDN


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As I understand, you need to restore inheritance . Go to the list, library, or survey and open it. Go to the Permissions page to the list, library, or survey using the steps in the section above. On the Permissions tab (for a list or a library), click Delete unique permissions. For more details check the reference


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This occurs because of Sharepoint sets the _spFormOnSubmitCalled to true and disallow more submits unless it is set back to false as occured in postback behavior. So at OnClientClick event you should set _spFormOnSubmitCalled to false; The final code should look like <asp:LinkButton ID="btnGenerateReport" runat="server" CssClass="generateReport ...


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Here is the solution I came up with to answer my own question. Your own site's modifications in terms of pixels may be different. "GlobalNavigation.css" is an external stylesheet that is being applied specifically for the global nav. If anything, hopefully this code will help identify the dynamic inline stylings that are being applied by Sharepoint when you ...


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You can do this using PowerShell First get all Pages libraries in the Site Collection. For that you can use SPSiteDataQuery as explained in - List all Pages Libraries using PowerShell and SPSiteDataQuery? Once you have the Library object. You can modify the view as explained Updating a view using powershell Final code will look something similar $...


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Sounds like you are having trouble installing the binary part of the patch. Remember, the patch is "installed" in 2 parts, the binary install, which you are doing, then the farm database upgrade, which is done using PSConfig/PSConfigUI. M.Qassas's answer only applies to issues during the 2nd part of the install (the PSConfigpart). You will have not logs in ...


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Try these 2 things. Ensure you are using the 32 bit version of IE. Navigate to the Program Files (x86) directory to find iexplore.exe. Second, ensure that compatibility view settings includes the domain "example.com" of your site.


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To find a log or something that would indicate why or where it failed Open Central Administration > upgrade and migration > check the upgrade status. Check upgrade status with failed and check its log file as shown below


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As I understand you need to perform a Monthly Email using workflow , so you could use the loop feature with pause for 30 days then send email as shown below


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Use the PnP JavaScript Library to check the page type. We can determine the Page type by using Content Type Id, Wiki Page - content type id starts with "0x010108" Web Part page - Content type id starts with "0x010109" Publishing Page will have the Property called PublishingPageLayout field. Example 1: ( Determine based on Content type ...


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According to Update on Modern Document Libraries and Extensibility they should work. We’ve already made some good progress here. Theming, global navigation links, and URL-based custom actions that extend the ribbon and context menus are already supported in the modern document library experience. This ensures that customers and partners taking ...


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We cannot target a crawl server to a particular content source.


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Ootb this is not possible as every option have their own limitations. You already mentioned those. Now only choice is use third party tools which help you to get this done. You can try sharegate as they not too much costly also offer free trial. http://help.share-gate.com/article/914-promote-a-site-to-a-site-collection


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Enterprise Keywords is a default column that is turned on out of the box in SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013. Enterprise Keywords is a managed metadata column that may be populated with three things: Any terms from the SharePoint Term Store. This includes any terms from any taxonomy/term set as well as any “Managed Keywords”. If a ...


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Found my mistake... The sequence (AddControlGroup([..], [..], Sequence))has to be the same value in each form. So for my example that'd be: ribbonCustomAction.AddControlGroup(actionGroupDefinition1, SPRibbonIds.ListForm_Display.Id, 3002); ribbonCustomAction.AddControlGroup(actionGroupDefinition1, SPRibbonIds.ListForm_Edit.Id, 3003); ...


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Split your ISO date format with the help of Utility action in SharePoint designer 2013 Set that splited variable to dateTime of workflow variable. reference : Split ISO format Date link


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The possible reasons for that: You didn't look at the correct site, Recycle Bin in SharePoint is site-specific, a document deleted from http://myportal/mainsites/site1 will not appear in the top-level site’s http://myportal/mainsite/ Recycle Bin. Recycle Bin is not only site-specific, it is also specific for each user. Thus the Recycle Bin contents you see ...


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You should check the settings in Central Administration to see if the recycle bin is actually activated or not.


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Here's PowerShell script to fix this issue. You need to replace domain\user with the actual domain and user name. Need to do this for all users one by one or may be you can improve it by using a loop to do all at once. Also note you need to use appropriate number for content database. In the example below since I only have one content database hence i am ...


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there are couple of ways to do this. either convert the Web Application in SP 2010 from Classic to Claims then upgrade to 2013. or create a Classic Web Application in 2013 then upgrade the content database to 2013 then convert the web application. Create Web Application as Classic mode is only possible via PowerShell New-SPWebApplication -name "...


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To apply a breadcrumb to all of the other existing pages and included on new pages as they are created you should add it to master page by following the mentioned steps below : Open Sharepoint Designer 2013 and navigate to your Master Page. Place your cursor right inside the opening tag. At the above Sharepoint Designer 2013 ribbon, select INSERT > ASP.NET ...


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This is a more complex issue than can be explained in a single answer. But this topic has been blogged about many times. Just Google it. For example: SharePoint 2013 breadcrumb


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You can do this by changing InheritsThemedCssFolderUrl in AllProperties bag Something like spweb.AllProperties["__InheritsThemedCssFolderUrl"] = "True"; **Updated: ** datatype is string.


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Not sure but this might help. Change dates view.


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It turned out that the "Item_Person_CompactHorizontal.html" contained two views, one for "single person result" and one for "multiple person results", so after modifying both views it worked...yeeey! ok... I cant accept this answer for two more days and Ill probalby forget to do so, but consider it accepted by me


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I ran into the same problem, so I checked every single mapped/crawled [EDIT: managed] property that had "url" in it, and I found the one that stores the URL + description: URLOWSURLH. The data that comes back is in form of [url, description], so you should be able to parse it and get the description from it.


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There is a mismatch of windows updates or SharePoint updates (Cumulative Update,Service Pack …etc) in one or more servers in the farm, You should make sure that all required products must be installed on all SharePoint servers in the farm, all SharePoint products should have the same patching and upgrade level across the farm. Also, You should be ...


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I don't need to give you academic definition but you should follow the mentioned steps below to check the difference between all permissions level types not only Full control and Contribute Go to site settings > users and permissions > site permissions. From the above ribbon select permission levels You can check the difference between all ...


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Go into Term Store, select the term and specify a target page for the item, the path to the anonymous page that uses the term. Also Navigate to the hidden list at /lists/TaxonomyHiddenList and check the permissions. If necessary grant read to All Authenticated Users/everyone.


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In order to manage permissions for a folder or list, the Manage Permissions capability is required. There are only two permission levels that have this capability by default: Full Control, Manage Hierarchy you can check the settings here at https://yourdomain/_layouts/15/role.aspx


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In case of managing specific items I think both full control and Contribute has same permissions. Contribute permission level does not have rights to Manage list so you can't use it to manage permission or list setting for the list or library. To manage permission for folder or list you can use Full control or Edit permission level


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Full Control permission level: Contains all available SharePoint permissions. By default, this permission level is assigned to the Owners group. It can’t be customized or deleted. Contribute permission level: View, add, update, and delete list items and documents. Reference


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The default settings for navigation using metadata tags is to create a "friendly url" that one will be directed to when you click on the tag from the navigation bar. But because the page is not created yet, the site will show the "page does not exist" template. To display pages that are associated to the term is something I am trying to figure out too, ...


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This is caused by insufficient permissions for the search service account on the SharePoint Server. Verify that no group policies have been set on the local user groups 'WSS_WPG' and 'WSS_ADMIN_WPG'. Resolution Check the system event log for group policy changes that may have occurred around the same time as the search errors. Determine if any group ...


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I had similar issue in the past (but with Sharepoint on premise). The library that had greyed out folder option had actually not 'Folder' content type (it was removed using PowerShell). Folder content type is hidden so you don't see it via UI. Easiest way to test if that is the case is to create custom folder content type (with Folder as parent) and add it ...


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You don't really need to take a search box and set the value as in your answer, there's a more beautiful solution to this: Configure CSWP to filter results on the basis of Query string On drop down change event, change the query string value in the url Don't reload the page, rather just refire the CSWP query with the help of dataProvider.issueQuery()


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Follow the pattern of the existing columns in your existing form to add new fields. Or edit the Edit form in SPD and add a new "edit form". That will contain all fields currently in the list and you can copy / paste the relevant code to your original form, then delete the new form.


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In view settings, If the option to show items without folders is selected, then the "New Folder" button will be disabled in SharePoint


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if you don't find surveys under Content & Structure then other ways append this _layouts/sitemanager.aspx into your site collection URL like this http://Your-Site/_layouts/sitemanager.aspx Now you can delete all responses here. check this How to Remove All Responses from SharePoint Survey


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Two different files with the same content would not be 'shredded together', which is what I think you're asking. Instead, they would be two different entries into the database each containing the entirety of their contents. As each file is changed over time, those changes would be a shred for the document that was changed, again not 'sharing' any particular ...


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Try to add Page Viewer Web Part that hold external URL site and show it as I Frame. Edit SharePoint Page > Add Web Part > try to search for Page Viewer Web Part > Edit it > Add your site URL


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No, it will not work the way you are thinking. It is not file comparing tool rather improve the I/O and reduce Compute Utilization. Shredded Storage is both improves I/O and reduces compute utilization when making incremental changes to document or storing documents in SharePoint 2013 Read more here


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I also have that "Something went wrong..." every time I tried to run a workflow from a restored site collection. My solution was to republish all of my 50+ workflows with SharePoint Designer, and re-associate all of the reusable workflows with each list in the list settings. That was a tedious job, so I resulted in creating two PowerShell scripts to do the ...



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