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We recently moved the Config / Content Database from Sql 2008 R2 to Sql Server 2012 with out issue. If you are only moving the content database then its easy. I am sure you used the SQL alias then it is super easy. I would recorded you to test at least one database and make sure the things goes well. Our Method is almost same just little change For Config ...


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For future reference, we finally found it. It was added directly through JavaScript embedded in the view (hello best practices!), not through XML or code and that's why I couldn't find it. You can add actions into the Item Menu through JavaScript with the following SharePoint functions (available 2007 through 2013): CAMOpt(m, actionLabel, navigateUrl, ...


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You just need to move-spuser and it will take care of it. What you need to do, you can turn off the "MySite Cleanup Job" in the Timer Job Definitions.in order to avoid any deletion or disabling of mysite. One more thing, Please take the backup of your Mysite content DBs before migration. just for safe playing.


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In order to enable SharePoint 2013 default Toolbar please make sure that the following web part properties are set: Toolbar Type (List Views group) is set to Full ToolBar Server Render (Miscellaneous group) is set to False


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The problem with sorting this table based upon the Name column as drawn from SharePoint 2013 Document Library is that the Names are hyperlinks. To sort columns that are hyperlinks, one must use the Advanced drop down from the filter menu on the Home tab of the Ribbon. Here you can set your sort column in a design screen much like that from which you ...


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I have reinstalled my SharePoint on a fresh OS while retaining my SharePoint Farm (since my DB is located on another server) and all seems to work fine now. Before I reinstalled, I installed it on my local VMs just to make sure that DB has no problem. I did encounter my services being down, so I recreated some of the them then everything is ok.


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At the very least VS2012 will update your solution file with lines like this: Microsoft Visual Studio Solution File, Format Version 12.00 # Visual Studio 2012 As for the rest of your solution/projects, what gets "migrated" depends on a number of factors - if you have SP1 for VS2010 then you will have far better interoparebility between the two editions of ...


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Firstly check the content type/s associated with the list. If no content types are shown in the list settings temporarily enable them in the advanced settings. In the content type settings check the columns haven't been removed from the content type and also check they are not hidden. If the site columns have been removed from the content type then you ...



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