Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

"everyone" was what worked for me


0

Check out FlyView for SharePoint, it can be a solution to your problem, I created it with my mate to add a tree style menu for a SharePoint site or list/library on the fly, no coding or server side deployment required, though you/users will need to install it once, its a web browser extension for Chrome and FireFox, works with SharePoint Online, 2013, 2010 ...


0

If you mean that the field in grayed out, so maybe the problem because of "Edit (link to edit item)" column, try to unchecked this column from your view, and then it should work.


1

You can't customise either the landing page or the app launcher directly. You can however change what apps are displayed by making them available or not available to your users as the case might be. For the Mail/Calendar/People apps, you can remove people's access to them by removing their Exchange Online license. Assuming you have an E1/E3/E4 style ...


0

I found a work around but is there any way better ? //fix issues with chrome ctrl $('body').on('click', '.ms-core-menu-root', function () { $(this).attr("href", "javascript:;") });


1

Go to office365 admin>Sharepoint>Setting>Custom Script>enable it


3

You can use this URL : http://rootsite/_api/Web/webs?$expand=Lists/RootFolder&$select=Lists/RootFolder/ServerRelativeURL. This will return the subwebs along with the lists property expanded for each subweb. The Lists property will return all the lists and libraries associated with the subsite.


2

Try this one: /_api/Web/Lists?$select=Title,RootFolder/ServerRelativeUrl&$expand=RootFolder Then iterate all results and select list.RootFolder.ServerRelativeUrl.


0

You could use designer to create a workflow on the custom list that creates the document set in the library, and sets certain field values on the new item based on the original travel request. Build the workflow with the intention of attaching it to your custom list. You can set it to either start automatically or manually (or both), whatever fits your ...


0

its not possible using designer. I would suggest to use the quick view and update the same data with in the browser. as an alternative you may consider a programmatic solution using powershell via CSOM if the content is huge.


0

I got a similar issue when I tried to upload a document to One Drive using a SharePoint Hosted app, I used REST to upload document, I got Forbidden error even if my App has full permissions to tenant. I used a Developer site to implement the app. Later I came to know that we cannot do cross site operations with an app deployed at a site collection level with ...


0

I'd finished this task with SharePoint 2010 Designer workflow without REST API. enter link description here


0

Don't know if you have found a solution to this problem. I had the same problem, trying to set the RelationshipDeleteBehavior (xml) when creating the field. I managed to set the RelationshipDeleteBehavior if I updated the field while setting the contenttype to the list. So basically I created a function that uses ctx and item as arguments. Then I used it ...


1

In your comments you say you have made an attempt but can't break permissions inheritance in your workflow. The answer to your question is yes, you can break permissions inheritance via the REST API from your SharePoint Designer workflow. You will need to use the "Call HTTP Web Service" activity in your workflow and your URL will look like: ...


0

Recently my research on OD4B have taken me to Add a Site Collection administrator to all Site Collections in a Tenant by Vardhaman Deshpande, which gives example on how to add site collection admin to OD4B Sites 1) Get the account names of the users in a tenant using People Search. Bear in mind that search has a limitation of returning a maximum of 500 rows ...


0

The Item_Person_CompactHorizontal display template is triggered by a query rule on the Local SharePoint result source called "People Name in SharePoint Search". Look up the query rules in the site collection site settings. Filter by Local SharePoint and you will find one called "People Name in SharePoint Search". When you view the settings, you will see ...


1

Although disabled through the UI since SP2010 you can still Group By ContentType. Full explanation at: http://joelblogs.co.uk/2011/10/29/restoring-group-by-content-type-to-sharepoint-2010-list-views/ There are 2 Methods described; Joel uses a Feature, I prefer adding the code to EditView.aspx page with TamperMonkey/GreaseMonkey (no equivalent for IE), ...


2

I just checked the O365 catalog, alle Enterprise plans include SharePoint. The following O365 plans include SharePoint according to the O365 catalog: Enterprise E1, E3, E4 Business Essentials, Business Premium, Business If you just want SharePoint, you can also subscribe to SharePoint Online Plan 1 or 2. The URL for the catalog: ...


0

Auditing for Opening or downloading documents, viewing items in lists, or viewing item properties is not available for SharePoint Online in Office 365 for enterprises.


0

I had the same error message in a html without SharePoint Server rendering. For me I mixed up the load sequence of the sp.runtiem.js and sp.js. You have to load the sp.runtime.js before the sp.js <head> ... <script src="//ajax.aspnetcdn.com/ajax/4.0/1/MicrosoftAjax.js"></script> <script ...


0

What have you tried thusfar? https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/jj163272.aspx


1

You need three additional headers: "X-RequestDigest":"value" A unique security token to validate your requests. "X-HTTP-Method": "MERGE" To indicate that you're performing an update "If-Match":* To handle concurrent requests. This actually has 2 values viz. item.__metadata.etag representing the actual item tag and * to handle any value. As an example ...


1

The issue is because the Subscription Plan in the Tenant site does not Support Content Search Web Parts. May be the error should have been “ Your Subscription plan cannot activate the feature.” :) Learning : Check the Service Description of the SharePoint o365 Plans before troubleshooting .


3

In one of the most recent updates to the SharePoint Online Management shell, https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35588, they introduced a new commandlet called Request-SPOPersonalSite. You simply supply a list of no more than 200 users, and it will preprovision their OneDrives.


2

You cannot change the mappings to AD or create new mappings in SharePoint Online. SharePoint Online follows the same default set of mapped AD attributes that on-prem SharePoint uses: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/Hh147510.aspx Azure AD Connect tool has improved a lot and now lets you sync custom AD attributes with Azure AD (it used to only ...


0

You can use this code for updating Text,Number,Lookup,Content Type,Single Select managed Metadata columns fields using REST API: item = { "__metadata": { "type": "SP.Data.ABCListItem" }, "Title": "Name", "Name": "Name field", "PId": 736, "short": "short desc", "long": "long desc", "category": "High", "status": "New", ...


1

I know this question is old but it might help someone doing Research on this. I recently wrote a script to figure out access rights and found something that might help. Here is a simplified Version from the object model to illustrate what i mean: Web -----> RoleAssignments -----> Member -------> ...


0

I'd done with this code foreach ($row in $csv) { $CSVid = $row.ID [Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.List]$list = $web.Lists.GetByTitle($listName) $items = $list.GetItemById($CSVid) $context.load($items) } try { $context.ExecuteQuery(); } catch { $ErrorMessage = $_.Exception.Message }


0

If you're a site collection administrator, then Codingo's answer is the most you can see. If you're a farm administrator, then you can use Central Administration to view all sites in the farm.


0

This link explains two methods (depending on what kind of an Admin you are). View the site hierarchy If you are an administrator, you can view a list of all the Web sites that were created under the top-level site. Browse to the home page for the top-level site. On the Site Actions menu Button image, click Site Settings. NOTE On a site for which ...


1

Create a powershell script which reads the csv as input. Get the List items by id and check if they are equal to the information from your csv. If not, make an update on the item. Do this for every item. If you need some powershell sharepoint references: http://www.itunity.com/article/completing-basic-operations-sharepoint-csom-api-powershell-1278


0

To add oob 2010 workflow to sharepoint List by CSOM . Get the List of SharePoint 2010 Workflow Templates by using the below method webObj.WorkflowTemplates I needed the Approval workflow. So i get it by its name after finding out in previous method. $wfApprovalWFTemplate = webObj.WorkflowTemplates.GetByName("Approval - SharePoint 2010") Note: When ...


0

I think I know what you mean, but there may not be that much general information out there (there was not when I was looking) I started with this handy blog and went from there, maybe it will help you get a better understanding - Create subsite with call HTTPS web service


0

You can use the next code: $(function() { SP.SOD.executeFunc('sp.js', 'SP.ClientContext', CopyFile); }); function CopyFile(){ var oUrl = _spPageContextInfo.webAbsoluteUrl +"/_api/web/getfilebyserverrelativeurl('/Library/acento.txt')/copyto(strnewurl='/Lybrary_2/acento.txt',boverwrite=true)"; $.ajax({ url: ...


0

Reason for the error is that SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges is not supported in Sandboxed code so you need to revise your code to not use that.


0

OK, some digging around. It would appear that the new Onedrive API is available under v2 on SharePoint Online, so the "classic" API is now on V1. This library doesn't seem to be aware of this and so doesn't append v1.0 for the URL. The following code snippet should sort it for you (as it has for me): var url = dcr.ServiceEndPointUri; const string version = ...


0

You can also navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Common\ServicesManagerCache\Identities\ and view all your Sharepoint/Onedrive locations. I was able to remove them from my Office Save As page by setting the values for ConnectionState and EnabledCapabilities to 0. NOTE: I've only done this for Sharepoint sites I'm (probably) not ever ...


0

Yes, we can use it in Napa while developing the app, if it is not getting reference of sp.js from sharepoint itself you can add external sharepoint api. <script src='//cdn.jsdelivr.net/sharepointplus/3.0.10/sharepointplus.min.js' type='text/javascript'></script>


0

This is now solved. In my case the issue was be related to the synchronization process of the users and that the users has not been completely synced with the "license information". After MS made a user synchronization of this everything worked.



Top 50 recent answers are included