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2013 Model Types: CSOM: Client-side object model. C# (or Visual Basic) only, use NuGet, at the moment same package for both 2010 and 2013. JSOM: JavaScript object model. JavaScript only. SP.ClientContext.get_current() for normal use. new SP.ClientContext('url...') for specific SPSite. Note this works cross-SPSite in 2013. SSOM: Server-side object model. ...


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You need to change the view for this, if you look closely with your current code - look at the first post iteration, it starts from ID=2 instead of 1, change the view to enumerate over subject and reply both. So instead of SPListItemCollection oSpListItemClnPost = oSpListPost.Items; try this SPListItemCollection oSpListItemClnPost = ...


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there is Tags and Notes support in 2010 std/ent (based on Managed Metadata Service): http://mscerts.programming4.us/sharepoint/sharepoint%202010%20%20%20viewadd%20notes%20to%20a%20document%20or%20list%20item.aspx


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"How would you define a user group?" You meet people who are interested in / working on the same topic. I cannot talk with my friends about too technical topics, so sometimes it is nice to share frustration and success with people who know that topic. "What would you say are the benefits of a user group?" Meet nice people:) Share knowledge (you will ...


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Let me preface my comments with the fact that I'm not a member of a SharePoint user group per se. I think that there are a few in the Boston area, but I've never really looked into them. To me, the larger user group I'm a part of (if you're reading this, then you're probably a part of it, too) has the most value. There's far more variety talking to people ...


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If you are specifically doing a SharePoint Saturday event, Michael Lotter (@michaellotter on twitter) has a great process pretty well in place for the planning. Mark Rackley (@mrackley) has a great blog post on his site about some of the pitfalls and things to help plan an event. He pulled off the SPSOzarks event pretty much single-handedly. Here's a link to ...


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I would ask couple of question and have recommendation. Which browser you are using, try different browser? did you to use the IE with enterprise mode( compatibility mode)? is this behavior only with one customer or all customer? try to create another site collection with community template and try over their? what is SharePoint build level, may be worth ...


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i think your issue might be here: SPListItemCollection listItemCln = list.GetItems(list.Views["Management"]); make sure that Management exists, i think you need todo the following: using (SPSite site = new SPSite("http://site-url")) { using (SPWeb web = site.OpenWeb()) { // Get data from a list. SPList list = ...


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Out of the box, it's not possible to get notifications unless you are mentioned or replied to. All Newsfeed settings can be found at About Me > Edit > ... > Newsfeed settings Reference: Change your newsfeed settings


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I think that is a solid setup. As for the test, I don't know if it's possible, but maybe have testing items on a different hardware system just to be safe! But that's only if it's available. Here's something useful someone told me when I first started: each web application should ideally have its own application pool. That way, if the app pool fails, it ...


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Have you checked the "Enable Auto-Approval" checkbox in the "Community Settings"? However, this option is only available if you create the Community Site as a Site Collection: http://www.jasperoosterveld.com/2013/02/sharepoint-2013-community-site-auto.html


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What you are referring to on the Community sites is actually a simple Discussion Board list. It's not the social newsfeed for a site. By default, it is a list named "Discussions List". You can access and interact with that list in C# CSOM like any other SharePoint list. Start here if you need guidance: ...


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SharePoint 2013 includes microblogging functionality similar to Twitter. Using the microblogging capabilities of SharePoint 2013, you can tag other users using the @ symbol and tag topics using the hashtag # symbol. You can tag a person by including @ (ie: @johnsmith) or You can tag a topic, page, or keyword by using # (ie: #contoso) Items you are ...


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John, Central Administration -> Manage Service Applications -> User Profile Synchoronization -> Manage user permissions -> uncheck Create Personal Site Here you can enable/ disable a lot of things related to MySites and User Profiles. To disable mysite creation uncheck the item that says "Create Personal Site". EDIT SEE: Disable _layouts/userdisp.aspx ...


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In these situations, the view is sometimes specific to the web part displaying it, so you want to go to the page with the web part and select the "Modify View" option from there. Its its SP2010, you'll want to click on some part of the list within the web part to get the context specific "List" menu tab to show up in the ribbon, then go to "Modify View."


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This is the default behaviour of the product. I don't know why Microsoft decided this because is odd. If you Leave the communnity still presents the same number. I have already written to Microsoft so that they check it but it seems to be the desired behaviour because the community stores your historical data (badges, discussions, etc) and never will be ...


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John, I will suggest you to read some basic book on SharePoint functionality.. These are all Out of the box features and you can easily customize them for your needs.. Books Suggestions: How to Do Everything Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Getting Started With SharePoint 2013 Beginning SharePoint 2013: Building Business Solutions (Wrox Programmer to Programmer) ...


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I think you got the answer by now. Recently I get into same problem so here is what I think. Discussion board app - You would not choose this approach unless you don't need the feature like reputation. This app is just a document library limited in two content types: message and reply. Community site - It gives you the full feature of a dicussion board ...


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The technique is called Client Side Rendering (i've posted a complete example which makes a carousel View from an Announcements list - you need to follow the same approach). In simple words you are specifying the way each fields is rendered in the browser, in adition to which you could change/manipulate list heading/footer - all with the power of Javascript ...


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It isn't in your countries but I'm going to try and go to this Australian one: http://www.sharepointconference.com.au


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Haven't done any conferences in the states yet myself, but the European Best Practices conference in London was fantastic last year, and I'll be heading this year too.


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Definition - A group of people who have interest in SharePoint. Most user groups are organized around locations. Benefits - Collaborate and share information, successes, failures surrounding SharePoint systems and projects. Get exposure to content and features you normally do not get a chance to see or work with. It is also a great networking ...



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