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This is how you can copy selected documents by clicking on a ribbon button to destination Library. You need to create a custom action which will get the selected item ids and pass them to a pop-up page. The page may contain a textbox for entering the destination Url and a submit button. The button click handler will read the selected items and copy them to ...


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I'm pretty sure I used similar code not that long ago and didn't encounter any issues. Will have to get home and spin up my test VMs to confirm. Thanks for this clear code sample - it should come in handy for quite few people out there :)


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Traverse all of your farm's site collections calling Get-SPUserSolution just to be 100% sure you don't have any hidden away sandbox solutions. As for the web templates, dig deep around the functionality included in those templates. Think about how many you have and what those templates include. Last, you should look at your resource points allocation for ...


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Yes and no. First off, in order to develop a SharePoint solution without SharePoint installed, you would have to get a copy of the ISAPI folder from the 15 hive, and you might have to make a registry change. You will not be able to debug, however. You cannot deploy it directly, but you can publish the wsp to your SharePoint Online site, and then activate ...


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From Making use of the Property Bag in the ECMAScript Client Object Model function getWebProperty() { var ctx = new SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var web = ctx.get_site().get_rootweb(); this.props = web.get_allProperties(); this.props.set_item(“aProperty”, “aValue”); ctx.load(web); ...


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We can only use declarative code and Javascript in sandbox solutions. http://blogs.msdn.com/b/sharepointdev/archive/2014/01/14/deprecation-of-custom-code-in-sandboxed-solutions.aspx Please remove the Microsoft.SharePoint.Client dlls from the solution and test it.



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