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Not really. When a user removes a SharePoint-Hosted app in SharePoint Online, it goes into the recycle bin and the uninstall event does not fire. The uninstall event will fire when the app has been removed from both stages of the recycle bin.


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The error: The remote server returned an error: (403) Forbidden. occurs since authentication is required for this operation in SharePoint Online. You could utilize SharePointOnlineCredentials class from CSOM API for that purpose. The following example demonstrates how to download RSS feed from SharePoint Online and save it into file. Complete ...


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I think you'd use SharePoint Online Management Shell insteed of Power Shell. Link to download : https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35588 I have found this post that could help you to manage term store and groups using PowerShell online here Hope this could help!


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I believe the last response is correct, except that you should use Forms Based Authentication to avoid any licensing requirements. If you stick to claims based authentication and create an AD account for the external user you would not require a SharePoint CAL but you would require a Windows Server CAL.


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It isn't possible to create a timer job on SharePoint online or anything that uses SSOM (Server-side object model). But you can create a Windows Azure Timer Job and use CSOM (Client-side object model) as an alternative to a full thrust timer job. SharePoint Timer Jobs running as Windows Azure Web Jobs: ...


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SPIislatency is the time in milliseconds taken in the front-end Web server after the request has been received the front-end Web server, but before the Web Application begins processing the request. This value is stored in partitioned tables for the RequestUsage logging provider. This view can be queried to return data pertaining to all client web requests ...


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Enable Item-Level security as shown in the picture.


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You can redirect in two ways Using server-side use Response.Redirect(URL) Using client-side use window.location.href = url; You can't add a Page inside UserControl. User Control basically lives inside a Page.


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Maybe I didn't understand the question... What content is in Access DB? If it's one table and you want to import it on your SharePoint like Custom List, you can save table from Access like Excel and Import it on SharePoint. If it has several tables what do you want to do on SharePoint: one list, several list or another content?


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Maybe I didn't understand the question... You mean you have list of user or all and you want change their license options (Plans)? For example, if you want to disable "Sites" you need to disable license option - "Sharepoint (Plan 1)" etc. Example on PowerShell (ctreate variable for license options) $myO365SkuOption = New-MsolLicenseOptions -AccountSkuId ...


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This error occurs since SP.RequestExecutor object does not contain method executeQueryAsync. Probably you meant SP.RequestExecutor.executeAsync Method, if so, replace the line executor.executeQueryAsync(...) with executor.executeAsync(...)


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If I understood your question, you want to add a web part to a page and set it as default. So you can add the web part in this way: # Add PowerShell Snapin $snapin = Get-PSSnapin | Where-Object {$_.Name -eq 'Microsoft.SharePoint.Powershell'} if ($snapin -eq $null) { Add-PSSnapin "Microsoft.SharePoint.Powershell" } # Get the Site URL $SiteUrl = ...


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Azure Active Directory (which is used by SharePoint Online) is not the same as On-Premises Active Directory. Azure Active Directory does not support LDAP, and is not using Kerberos. Instead, it uses Windows Identity Foundation for Authentication and the "Graph" API for LDAP type queries. However, Azure does have some tools for syncing between Azure Active ...


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Yes. First you should register the ascx file in the Markup of your webpart <%@ Register Src="~/_controltemplates/15/Folder/Page.ascx" TagPrefix="uc1" TagName="PageAscx" %> Then add the control using <uc1:PageAscx runat="server" id="PageUC1" />


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I am digging out event receiver for SharePoint online for few weeks. I believe SP online supports only Remote Event Receivers. But your code looks like Server side event receiver. Please confirm how you are doing it. Thanks, V.Vetrivelmurugan


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You could consider the following options for creating a Group: Using SharePoint Online Management Shell New-SPOSiteGroup cmdlet creates a new group in a SharePoint Online site collection, for example: Connect-SPOService -Url https://contoso-admin.sharepoint.com -credential admin@contoso.com New-SPOSiteGroup -Site ...


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If you remove the sharing with user at folder level then it should remove it immediately. couple of things to make sure. check the folder properties and see if that folder still shared with the user.How do I see who I'm sharing a document with? also may be user have the permission /shareing on the root of that folder which give them automatic permission to ...


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As previous answers stated, the easiest way to go is probably a third party tool. While the provided list is pretty extensive, it wouldn't be comprehensive without mentioning Sharegate! It'll get your data, along with all metadata, workflows and everything on Office 365 through drag-and-dropping what you need to be moved.


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Loading Apps directly from Visual Studio only works if the destination is a Developer site.In order to overcome this issue you need to enable the Developer feature on your Site collection where you want to deploy and test your apps using Visual Studio. Debugging Apps for SharePoint Online on a non-development site collection ...


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You definitely need both the https and an app catalog on your office 365 (SharePoint Online) site to resolve the "Connecting to SharePoint" issue in Visual Studio.


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How to set property in List PropertyValue.FieldValues is read-only property, the following example demonstrates how to set property for a List: var list = ctx.Web.Lists.GetByTitle(listTitle); var listProperties = list.RootFolder.Properties; listProperties[key] = value; list.RootFolder.Update(); list.Context.ExecuteQuery(); How to load properties for a ...


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Have you tried the SQL Integration service component available at Codeplex. This sample demonstrates how to get data into and out of SharePoint lists by using custom source and destination adapters written in C# 3.0. Use this sample to learn more about: SharePoint List Source and Destination


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I do not know about Visual Studio. But you can create and test your workflows with SharePoint Designer in a development environment (even an on-prem), export the workflow from SharePoint designer and then use PowerShell to deploy the workflow to staging and production. This requires a little bit of work: To extract the workflow from development export it ...


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I suppose you could create a C# custom code activity in the SSIS package that uses Client Side Object Model (CSOM) to upload data to a list in SharePoint Online. It invovles quite a bit of coding though. I do not know if there is an easier/faster way to do this.


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Office 365 has got no testing environment, you can only create a separate site collection and every workflow you test there will not affect any other site collection.


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You could also add another Data Connection (exactly the same) and filter it. To do this you need to add a rule for drop down control when the value of this control changes. Then you need choose action to set fields value and set a query data of this new Data Connection. After that add another action in the same rule - query data and select this new ...


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It is not implemented and I don't see they will be doing it on priority. The reason being SharePoint is a global product and it is being used world wide. Hence targeting US holidays only helps customers in US. You can try the workaround suggested by creating a Shared Mailbox Calendar and overlaying it to SharePoint.


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I have just to switch from E1 to E3. The reason is I can't depoly an App which has SP2013 Workflow. The following error accures: @"Error 1 CorrelationId: 4ae4e796-fa47-465a-9ce3-d3bd55b698cf ErrorDetail: There was an error during the operation. ErrorType: Configuration ErrorTypeName: Configuration ...


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Following article is archived http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2880758 . Let us know if there is any latest one. Product team please release official article for this issue Issue description:- Share invitation email where it won't allow more than 256 characters" Error message Sorry:- something went wrong Invalid text value. A text field contains invalid ...


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http://www.codeproject.com/Tips/817340/Creating-Custom-Master-Page-for-Hosted-Apps Create a Module in your project to add the master page that you just created above. •Add your custom master page to this module. •You will need to modify the elements.xml file so that your master page will go to the master page gallery of your app as below: <File ...


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After trying a number of different ways, I've found that using the SharePoint Client Object Model (Microsoft.SharePoint.Client) libraries are the most stable ones to use against Office365 Sharepoint sites and lists. So that's what I did. There are numerous examples of that out there so I'm not posting anything here unless someone wants it - just comment.


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For Office 365 Enterprise and MidSize Business you can set a users Password to never expire using Connect to Windows PowerShell by using your company admin credentials. Run the following cmdlet: Connect-MsolService Do one of the following: To set the password of one user to never expire, run the following cmdlet by using the UPN or the user ID of the ...


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By default, Site Owners have Full Control of Site Administration, which is the same on SharePoint Server as SharePoint Online. Being a member of Site Owner means the user is trusted and have the knowledge and ability to create, read, update and delete Site Policies which should be used in Site Closure and Deletion. If you trust the user to be in the Site ...


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Yes, You can get the list items using REST. url: http://site url/_api/web/lists/GetByTitle(‘Test')/items method: GET headers: Authorization: "Bearer " + accessToken accept: "application/json;odata=verbose" or "application/atom+xml"


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No, you can't do anything with SPD in a SharePoint app. You need to create the workflow in Visual Studio and bind it to the list there. To create the workflow using SP designer you need to open the App web using SharePoint designer, but this still not supported (you cannot open the app web site from SPD) so you cannot create the workflows in APps using ...


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You would need to create a custom webpart and insert it into a page. The custom webpart would be able to pull data from a different site collection. I don't think there is any way to do it OOTB. See this: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ramg/archive/2009/04/22/implementing-a-simple-cross-site-collection-list-view-webpart.aspx


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From Office 365 Support - Sign in to Office 365 with your work or school account. Go to the SharePoint admin center. Select Settings. Under Custom Script, check if custom script is disabled. If you cannot see the Custom Script option or the settings are already Allow, please let us know. It may reflect a different issue.  If the settings are Prevent, ...


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In my case it turns out that there were too many previous workflows on the list itself. I removed most of the old workflows which were instances of the same workflow I was attempting to publish. I ran the publish afterward removing most of the previous instances with success.


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Here is an example of how to make it recursive (includes only the web title portion, you'll have to add the list functionality): ClientContext ctx = null; try { ctx = new ClientContext( siteUrl ) { Credentials = _credentials }; var oWeb = ctx.Web; ctx.Load( oWeb, web => web.Title, web => web.Webs ); ...


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There is no OOTB/simple way to move the site collection in the Office 365. I am thinking two possible way. Option 1 You are able to manually save the sites as the templates and import to the new tenant as a workaround, it will not break the files and the structure in a site except the permissions.( One thing, if your site collections is publishing then you ...


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The developer deal is more like the E3 license (for example, you get the office programs as well which you do not get in E1) Developer license specifications: This customized Office 365 subscription includes all the tools and resources you need to jump in and start building apps: SharePoint Online developer site, customized for creating and ...



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