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One of practice ways that you create your workflow to send approval email “single task” to one user and then this user can invite others by “Claim Release” function… there’s no way to let workflow dynamically know witch user should get the task


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I managed to resolve the issue by providing access through User Management to the DL and it gave me the option to type into the "USers" box like in the screenshot provided by Rohit which is what i was missing before! Thanks for the continued support with this :)


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afaik there are two ways of doing this: Workflow; Event Receiver. You may decide to put the email in a column of the list, in a configuration list, or in a property bag - depending on your requirements (e.g. if you decide to proceed with an Event Receiver and the email doesn't change often, i would choose the latter). Since I understand you don't want ...


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You can set an alert to send mail to that person when new event is sent to that person.


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I tried this and worked. <Field Name="Image">~site/Images/Explore.png</Field>


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I tried this and worked. <Field Name="Image">~site/Images/Explore.png</Field>


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Since your last modified item was DispForm.aspx there's no image associated with form pages. Had the item been an image, it would probably show the thumbnail. You'd have to customize the display template for the web part and change the logic where no images are found. You probably also need to adjust some CSS. Display templates can be found under: ...


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You can achieve this functionality using Alert Me. following are the steps. 1: Go To your Calendar 2: Go To "Alert Me"(on Ribbon) --> Set alert on this list 3: Configure your alert. 4: Done


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You can create SharePoint designer workflow to run on new item added and include action "Send an email" . When ever new appointment is added , email will be sent to desired email address.


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You can configure Alert me on calendar using Alert me >> Manage My Alert from Events tab in Ribbon.


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There are two OOTB ways can achieve that. They both roll up information from subsites to top level site. A. Content Query Web Part (CQWP) (1) Drop a CQWP to page, edit web part. (2) Choose "Show item from all sites" and "Announcement List Type" (3) You can also change the style under presentation (PS. remember to change "Comments" to "Body" if ...


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Still this no API for retrieving all user profiles from SharePoint Online You can get current user's profile _api/SP.UserProfiles.PeopleManager/GetMyProperties Or a particular user's profile by login name /_api/SP.UserProfiles.PeopleManager/GetPropertiesFor(accountName=@v)?@v='i:0%23.f|membership|xx@siteurl.onmicrosoft.com' BUT You can get available ...


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You can use the content query webpart. have a look here for information how to use it: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Display-a-dynamic-view-of-content-on-a-page-by-adding-the-Content-Query-Web-Part-3e35bd58-d159-43d6-bfc7-77878b4a856d


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You need to build a custom solution for this kind of requirement. You can use SPSiteDataQuery to query the items present in Announcement kind of template. Once you have the data you can collate the data in one list based on your filter if any. Read about SPSiteDataQuery and how to use it.


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Have a look at this article. It explains both setting the correct permissions for your app for access parent web or site and also how to make the call using REST api: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/fp179927.aspx


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For get files from folders you should need to load collection by passing folderPath through CamlQuery. Please refer below code: var query = new SP.CamlQuery(); query.set_folderServerRelativeUrl(folderPath); var Folderitems = list.getItems(query); context.load(Folderitems, 'Include(Title, ContentType, File , Folder)');


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Try this link Hope this link will help. Also you can find various tutorial on google.


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I believe PHRASE(North,East,West,South), but admittedly I haven't used FQL much. 1 and 3 are out because there is no proximity in play here, which narrows it down to 2 and 4. The ordered variant of NEAR, and requires an ordered match of the terms. The ONEAR operator can be used to restrict the result set to items that have N terms within a certain ...


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If you write: using (SPSite siteCollectionParent = new SPSite(strUrl)) you don't need to dispose because the using-Method will do this for you as you guessed. But this has no impact on your child-Instances! So for disposing your siteCollectionChild you can write foreach(SPSite siteCollectionChild in childCollections) { try { ...


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When You make an App part and follow all the steps click on Save button which is on the right hand corner on top which will save your current settings on your PC as admin and end user it will not get removed. Regards Basant Gera


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If you dispose SPSite siteCollectionParent it will dispose only site collection with url strUrl. ie. only 1 site collection And disposing childCollections or every single siteCollectionChild is similar. just you are disposing in a go if you dispose childCollections. NOTE: You are disposinig every single SPSite in the web application. Be careful about ...


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This will help you get started: Using the SharePoint 2013 search Query APIs C# example: using (ClientContext clientContext = new ClientContext("http://<serverName>/sites/<siteCollectionPath>")) { KeywordQuery keywordQuery = new KeywordQuery(clientContext); keywordQuery.QueryText = "SharePoint"; SearchExecutor searchExecutor = new ...


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I am not very clear on what you are trying to achieve here, but to show a managed metadata column as a filter, you need to map it to a refinable field on the search schema screen. Here is a guide on how to achieve that. Logon to Microsoft Online Portal (MOP) Go to SharePoint Online Administration Center page. On the Left Panel -> Select ‘Search’ Click ...


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If you turn on versioning for the list, you will be able to see the accumulated changes in the version history of each item.


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You have to login on the admin center with admin accounts. Sign in to Office 365 with your SharePoint Online admin account. Go to the SharePoint admin center. Click User Profiles. Under People, choose Manage User Properties. On the Manage Properties page, select New Property. On the Add Profile Property page, in the Property Settings section, in the Name ...


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I don't think you can do this with express edition. You need the higher version of all the SharePoint built-in templates will be prebuilt in those. Otherwise, you have to write the complete code. I read somewhere you can use the 2013 or 2015 community edition. technet


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I'm using this endpoint (SP2013 OnPrem): _api/web/ensureUser('user@email.com') This makes sure the user is created on the site and returns the principal ID of the user. I suspect you knows the email of the user if you know their domain login.


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The below code can be included on your page to fetch the UserId of a given Site User. // // Include JQuery reference // ... script continues ... /// username should be passed as 'domain\username' function GetUserId(userName) { /// change this prefix according to the environment. /// In below sample, windows ...


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You need to encode your user name. So instead of i:0#.w|tes\112533 you need to put _api/web/siteusers(@v)?@v=%27i%3A0%23.W%7Ctes%5C112533%27


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It is clearly mentioned in your given link at the end in Beware of host headers section that If you are using a host header for your web application apps won’t just work for that web application. Because of how the redirect for the app domain works IIS will try to resolve the app url by using the default IIS web site, which of course doesn’t work. ...


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You can try, Owl Carousel plugin which supports responsive, and also videos. It can be used in Addin, Content Editor WebPart, and also in the display templates.


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The best one I found is the solution provided by Share-gate here http://en.share-gate.com/blog/image-slider-with-sharepoint-2013-search-results Basically it is based on using search results web part and custom display template. I have followed the same example on an intranet site I have built, but I was able to change from SlideJS to jssor sliders here ...


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if you are getting proper values at certain times, that could mean, it is data issue, not a coding problem! Try to access the user profile using REST (for 2013 or above) and see if the values coming back. http://www.vrdmn.com/2013/07/sharepoint-2013-get-userprofile.html


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Try writing this $.getScript(hostweburl + "/_layouts/15/SP.RequestExecutor.js", getSubSite("/Test 2")); like this instead $.getScript(hostweburl + "/_layouts/15/SP.RequestExecutor.js", function(){ getSubSite("/Test 2"); }); to avoid immediate execution of the getSubSite method ( = to wait until SP.RequestExecutor.js is actually loaded)


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You can get everything of a user from it's id. Like following function getEmail(userId) { var context = new SP.ClientContext("https://xxx.sharepoint.com"); var web = context.get_web(); var user = web.get_siteUsers().getById(userId); context.load(user); context.executeQueryAsync(function() { console.log(user.get_email()); }, ...


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My issue is resolved. I used Fiddler and found that I was exceeding the maximum request length allowed by SharePoint. I changed the value of maxRequestLength attribute in web.config files in SharePoint and able to now upload large files.


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The cause of your issue should be the ownership was not released by the InfoPath. You may need to add the Fault Handling activity in your workflow to deal with the exception. Please find the solution in answers within below mentioned link's discussion. User is shown message "is checked out for editing by" their domain\username - how to ...


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The reason why SalarioOWS is not showing because it is probably not refinable and that why You have to map SalarioOWS to one of the refinable properties like RefinableStringxx or RefinableIntxx (depends on the data type of Salario) you can follow this guide to map it a refinable property: ...


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What is definitely possible is to deploy a low-trust add-in package to an on-premises farm using a local IIS web site as provider and Azure ACS for authorization. Did this, it works. What got me started is this PnP resource: SharePoint.LowTrustACS.Configuration Making an "app accessible from SharePoint Online" sounds like the easier approach where an app ...


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Actually, the users with the full control permission level can install the app. First of all please check if user (who is installing the app) has full control permission or not. Please refer this article. It suggests to add user explicitly to the Farm Administrator group. But it turned out that this was not enough to solve the issue. So if it not works ...


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As your restHelper.peopleSearchQuery(options);is a promise, you can call that function and add a then() which in turn calls drawUserData restHelper.peopleSearchQuery(options).then(drawUserData);


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The whole essence of MDS is not to load (and execute) the same scripts again. You have to hook into the asyncDeltaManager to tell MDS you want something executed beside the initial load. asyncDeltaManager.add_beginRequest(function(){ //run on every MDS request }); There are more MDS events you can hook into: pageLoad, pageLoading, endRequest Note that ...


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You have to define below mentioned code above the databound.function like shown below. $(document).ready(function () { $("#grid").kendoGrid({ dataSource: { type: "json", serverPaging: true, pageSize: 5, transport: { read: { ...


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You upload each table as a separate list into SharePoint. However by the sounds of it this may not be the best solution as your excel document sounds quite complicated. You may have to do a bit of fiddling to get any connections and formulas right. To export a given table into SharePoint click on the table and go to the table tab (Design) and click export > ...


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You can upload the spreadsheet in a document library and on the landing page of you SharePoint site, place the document library list view web part or you can just edit the page and insert a hyperlink and reference the Excel sheet.


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Unfortunately, the REST services are only working for authenticated users. It doesn't work with anonymous access in 2013. SharePoint 2013 APIs for anonymous and/or mobile access But You need to set the Bearer property in the request header with Authorization token. Please look into below mentioned code. SharePointContextToken ContextToken = ...


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You have to consider your mobile applications and your backend different concerns. For your apps it does not matter what is running in the backend. But what matters is that each of the platforms has its own notification system, see: Android: An Overview of Remote Notifications in Xamarin.Android iOS: Push Notifications in iOS ...


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All request to the SharePoint REST API are made using the context of the current user. Since you are trying to call SharePoint REST API in your external java application, it is not able to authenticate the user thereby returning 403 Forbidden error. Please go through the below link on how to configure Basic authentication from Java to SharePointBASIC ...


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If you want to use the SharePoint app model then yes, you must allow posts. SharePoint sends authorization & authentication data to your app via post. Your app needs that data to generate a client context. Take a look at the tokenhelper.cs file and/or the landing page code behind & you should see the post data processing


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Try adding datetime'yourDate' So your request looks like http://site/_api/lists/getbytitle('EventCalendar')/items?$filter=EventDate gt datetime'2016-05-01T05:52:12Z'



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