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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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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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I deployed a bunch of columns and deployed them using a feature. Afterwards I retracted that feature and created a new feature to deploy them with same ID (GUID) but different internal names. That caused me this error. I had to change all my IDs to fix this issue.


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Access http://Your SharePoint Site/_layouts/15/people.aspx?MembershipGroupId=0, and check whether username of the problematic accounts are listed there. If not add the user and try again.


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Resetting the environment with an iisreset did the job.


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I notice that you didn't include IE8 in your list of browsers that you tested against. SharePoint 2010 masterpages by default force Internet Explorer 9 through 11 to emulate IE8. Even without the masterpage explicitly asking for IE8 mode, users (or IT departments) can configure Internet Explorer to run in "compatibility mode," when viewing certain URLs, ...


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Please check event viewer where you will see the exact issue. Then provide appropriate permissions on your content DB to that user. Exception will log as follows. Login failed for user 'DBT_svc_user'. Reason: Failed to open the explicitly specified database 'WSS_ContentDB'


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Same here. SP Online is very very unstable. If something like this happens, you have to recreate your site collection or you have to change the name and GUID of your app and install it again. But if you have content in app parts for example, you will lose it.


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If you're doing this on Windows Server 2012, there's actually a much easier solution. You need to install the feature Desktop Experience (for reasons I don't quite understand, admittedly). You can get to it in Server Manager under Features > User Interfaces and Infrastructure. Your machine will require a reboot, but after doing this, you'll be able to ...


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It looks like at some point, you tried to configure Workflow Manager to work with SharePoint (so you can create/deploy/use 2013 mode workflows). To do so, you set up Workflow Manager (a dedicated -free- product) and then connected SharePoint to it. Workflow Manager generally sets up on http://<WFserver>:12291/, where WFserver is the Web server you ...


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What you can do is: Create a page, with Content type of "Error Page" , which is now available in SharePoint 2013. Delete out of the box Page not found error page. Rename newly created error page with same name as default.


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Several people ran into the issue that list views stop working after installing MS16-004. The security fix contains a code change which requires as well an update to the not localized and to the localized files of the SharePoint foundation component. Localized and not localized file are installed through two different msp files and the security fix package ...


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Solution: Add this QueryString to the URL: ?Contents=1 If this is your URL: http://servername/pages/home.aspx then you will add the QueryString; http://servername/pages/home.aspx?contents=1


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Even if you don't set your library to require check-ou, you may still have checked-out documents in the following situtations: You manually check-out the document from the Library (select the document, choose "check-out"). You open the document in Word and let it open (this leads to a not-visible check-out state, known as "short-term" check-out, as long ...



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