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1) Open the SharePoint site, then click "Site Actions" menu > "Site Settings". Click "Language Settings" under "Site Administration". Check the alternate and targeted language(s) then click OK. use the MUI to change the default language "English" into alternate checked language "Arabic" via clicking on the the context menu of welcome user menu and ...


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We don't Enable/Disable Advanced Search. It's only a WebPart. If you have a WebPart Zone, you can add Advanced Search WebPart( Search category) and it will work if Search Service is running in your farm.


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SharePoint does not provide native support for converting Email to PDF. You will need to write (very) extensive code in order to make this work. There aren't even any (horrible) shortcuts where you can let Outlook do the work via COM automation. You will need to have a look at 3rd party software. A quick Google search will return a number of software ...


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You probably want to create an event receiver that will do this. You can use the ItemAdded and the ItemUpdated events. Once an item is created or updated, it will go out and find the attachments and insert them into another field called "AttachmentUrls" or something of that nature. This is somewhat pseudocode, so the syntax needs to be checked. public ...


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try adding an account you use for the User Profile Synchronization service to the local admin group. Restart the timer service and click start again.


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Since SharePoint Online/Office 365 relies on Claims authentication use: SharePointOnlineCredentials class to provide credentials to access SharePoint Online resources. specify X-FORMS_BASED_AUTH_ACCEPTED HTTP header The following example demonstrates how to consume SharePoint Search REST using HttpWebRequest class: public static ...


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The Search results have results which the particular user does not have access to . That is why you receive forbidden error . While using the REST API provides a much more succinct way to retrieve data, there are apparently areas where you’ll need to use the more robust CSOM.


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The ID will remain the same on your single SharePoint-Environment, but it can be different on other site collections. The name and the zz are always the same, but the number will change, so you have to build your css with wildcards, e.g.: div[id^=zz][id$=_TopNavigationMenu] { display: none; }


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Something similar happened to me a while ago. Check the XSLT code in SP Designer and look for something like this: <SharePoint:SPDataSource runat="server" DataSourceMode="List" And change it to: <SharePoint:SPDataSource runat="server" DataSourceMode="ListItem" I hope it helps.


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We are not able to access site property bag values with all default workflow actions in SharePoint Designer. But you may consider following workaround. 1.Export the properties to a list on the same web site with custom code, so that we can access the properties by accessing the data from a list. 2.Create a custom workflow activity. Refer ...


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Yes, Now your SharePoint server is up and running. You can now install Sharepoint designer. You can download it from http://www.microsoft.com/en-in/download/details.aspx?id=21581 For installation instructions : http://grok.lsu.edu/Article.aspx?articleId=6325


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have you already tried to Restart the Sharepoint Timer Service ? www.msserveradmin.com/sharepoint-2013-user-profile-synchronization-service-will-not-start


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I was receiving the similar errors and I didn't want to recreate the workflow from scratch. These steps worked for me. It clears the cache so whenever you reopen SharePoint Designer, you have to re-add your website. Close SharePoint Designer. Delete all folders in the following directory in local: C:\Users\USER\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\SharePoint ...


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"Wiki" can be two things in SharePoint: wiki pages in a wiki library Enterprise Wiki site There are many differences between the two, but with regards to "open in [...] Explorer View" both are a resounding "No". Explorer View can show list columns with some data types like numbers and text. Wiki pages can have text, images, tables and web parts and ...


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Check the link and also check the site self creation permission on the web application. If you have MySites, make sure it is set up correctly.


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Views are specific to the webpart or page that shows the content. That does not reflect the rest of the webparts that show the underlying content. You need to edit the webpart, or change the view of the webpart that is listing the blog posts. Each page the content is on could potentially have their own view unless you tie it all to one named view. Just edit ...


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What do you mean by InfoPath is going away? Microsoft will support InfoPath till 2023. Yes you always has the flexibility to create Visual WebParts and deploy them with SharePoint. Using the JSOM is also not bad. If the shifting means some additional learning to you as well, then go with client side development. Because SharePoint will try its best to be a ...


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It would be better if you create Custom aspx forms for list forms. As it would be easier for you to develop and deploy the forms to the SharePoint site. For reference how to create the Custom forms in Sharepoint designer 2013, you can follow: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/23955.sharepoint-2013-building-custom-forms.aspx ...


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This post seems a bit old but it might help someone else. 1) Open SharePoint Designer then open your site 2) On the left click External Content Types 3) then select External Content Type on the ribbon 4) Fill in the name for the ECT 5) then click on External System link "Click here to discover external data sources and define operations" 6) click on ...


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The page you need to call in the Modal dialog could be invoked through JavaScript. Based on your requirement you could either pass a result back to the parent(calling) page or just close the dialog. Importantly for you, you can specify attributes on the Modal dialog such as height, width, title etc.. as parameters in the JavaScript. For an example: var ...


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You will need to clarify your situation. SharePoint 2013 server is an on-premises hosting environment while Office 365 is cloud hosted. But at the looks of your description, you are using the on-premises server. You will need to create a custom claims based code to embed with your users. Development using Visual Studio 2012/2013 has a helper class that you ...


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Do not do this for OOTB / application pages . If you change the OOTB sharepoint files , all the modal popups for list/doc lib would be affected by the changes and not advisable . Please follow the blog to make changes only to custom page if you have , where you need the popup size to be changed by APIs by parameters . PS: ...


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You can also download the free activities from : http://www.virtosoftware.com/sharepoint-workflow-activities-kit.aspx#3 - expand conditions


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If you just want to edit the master page without fixing the missing items in the sidebar, you can navigate to _catalogs/masterpage through the "All Files" section in SharePoint Designer. On the other hand, if you want to fix it, here's how I managed to do it: We were facing the same problem in one of our SharePoint 2013 installations. I searched for that ...


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Follow the below steps: Start the Windows Server Manager. In the tree view, highlight the Features node. In the details pane, click Add Features. In the Add Features Wizard, check the Desktop Experience box, and then click Next. Click Install. When the Add Features Wizard has finished, click Close. Click Yes when promoted to restart the computer.


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If the error is "The Control is currently disabled", that means the button is grey out and you cannot click it. Make sure the SharePoint site is added inside trusted sites zone. Make sure the ActiveX Control is enabled in Internet Explorer. 2.1 Select Tools --> Internet Options menu from the Internet Explorer. 2.2 Select the Security tab from the ...


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When you save a list as a template, it will not preserve the lookup column as the IDs of the source column from which it looks up might change causing the lookups to break. There are a couple of workarounds which you can try. Try this and this


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SharePoint Designer 2013 can be used to create a ribbon button for SharePoint list or library. Once clicked, the button will perform a custom action function. Step 1: In SharePoint Designer 2013, open the site containing the library or list where the custom action button on the ribbon will be deployed. Step 2: Open the library or list from the left ...


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If i remember it right, add the Posts web part, edit and select Summary View, apply and save and then select a Post Layout from the Blog Tools webpart, then you should get it looking like the blog again. ( Any HTML will render when you save the page. ) For you second question i cant really understand what you mean. What web part is missing? A picture might ...


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To make ordering wok, you need to add another column which is named 'DisplayOrder' and define the priority of displaying in order. This has happened because you have grouped the list items by something. So remove the grouping in the view settings or you can customize the XSLT to display the appropriate.


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SharePoint displays date/time according to TimeZone in Regional Settings but returns in UTC format in JSOM. Using SP.TimeZone.Information The folloiwing example demonstrates how to retrieve time zone offset using SP.TimeZone.Information and then convert to SharePoint date/time using moment().zone(): var listTitle = 'Calendar'; var context = ...


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If you look at your Site Contents and find the document library 'Pages' and/or 'SitePages' that's where all of your wiki pages will be located. You can insert that on your Home page and create a view on that document library and use it as a 'Table of Contents'. It might not be exactly what you're looking for, but it's completely OOTB and no coding ...


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I have to add my support to the original request... Here's the scenario: a user has used their browser to get to a specific Sharepoint site/library. They realize that they have in hand the printed copy of the document that they need in this library to which they have browsed. Why can't they press a button in the ribbon that is labeled Scan that fires-up ...


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I found this post while trying to find the same answer a while ago. Link to post. For convenience purposes here are links posted from the post. Add navigation table to wiki page SP 2010 workaround, should be valid for 2013 Both claim to be valid for 2013. Hope this helps!


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You should rename the question to "How to get form digest value"... There are two ways to get the form digest value: Get the form digest value from the page: document.getElementById("__REQUESTDIGEST").value Invoke a post request to get the context info $.ajax({url: "<site_url>/_api/contextinfo", header: { "accept": "application/json; ...


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I have the answer to my above question: my workflow steps worked and were technically correct, but the 2 actions needed to be separated by a 1 minute pause because the system was not fast enough to catch up the first action to then create the second. I thought just by the fact that the second action started with 'THEN' that there was a pause in itself to ...


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Yes you can rename the URL really easily. If you open up the list in Windows Explorer you can then just renmame the foler that represents the link.


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Turns out that when I was saving a site as a template, SharePoint forgot to put the CustomMasterUrl attribute into the configuration section of the ONet.xml file. I had to export the site template (as a WSP file) and import that file into Visual Studio 2010. Then I added the missing attribute, so the full string was as follows: <Configuration ID="0" ...


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SP.View.viewFields property returns field names but not a Field client objects. The following example demonstrates how to print field names in View. Working example: function retrieveFieldsOfListView(listTitle,viewName){ var context = new SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var web = context.get_web(); var list = ...


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Reject button cannot be hidden as this is a default design of the Start Approval Process action form. SharePoint Designer Workflows are not designed for high customization. They are available for those customization that cannot be achieved with out of the box available list workflows. If you need such a customization that at every last stage of approval, ...


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Here is the solution I arrived at: Get Site Collection Admin privileges (or contact your admin). Go to Site Actions --> Site Settings. Look under the Site Collection Administration section, and then click on the Site Collection Features link. Scroll to the bottom of page and find the Workflows row, then click the Activate button. Restart SharePoint ...


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To create summation of a column,you can edit the view --> go to "Totals" section--> against the column select "SUM".


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You should look in the SharePoint logfile. In my case the IIS Application Pool user did not have permissions on the searchservice database. After granting the user permissions it worked.


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I think you have a customized master page with no navigation , the v4.master does display the navigation . But time being to answer you , the URL has query string with Rootfolder parameter which specifies the folder you are in . You can create a webpart to get the query string value and modify it to display on your master page . OR SharePoint 2010 has the ...


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Make a field choise and add these groups. Then in Sharepoint designer, you need to have as many ifs as the choises:


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Lookup for Name of Sport is OK. For Slowest Time and Fastest Time, you can use strings or numbers. Numbers seem to fit better, but in this case you'll have to apply CSR for this field in order to show the additional "s" at the end. Sorting: You can create an extra column e.g. Order, put numbers there according to your sorting preference, and then setup ...


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Consider the following approach: Put a Script Editor Webpart to your page, below or above the fields Create a script element and put there a script, that would perform the following: get values of First name and Last name fields perform the web service call display the results Get field values I assume you're using OOTB list form, so in this case ...


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Instead of validating the result, you could validate each character being pressed : http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2812585/jquery-validate-characters-on-keypress


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Probably one of the best ways to apply client-side validation in SharePoint 2010 would be to override PreSaveAction handler. PreSaveAction function is a user defined function that allows to override standard behavior for a Save button handler in List Forms on the client-side. Regarding validation expression, we could utilize /^[a-zA-Z]+$/ regular ...


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There is no OOTB way to manage the column level Security. Now you have two options. You would need to build it yourself, check this example Or Use 3rd Party Tool. http://store.bamboosolutions.com/sharepoint-column-level-security.aspx or http://www.boostsolutions.com/columnpermission.html Also check this one: ...



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