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If you already setup the ECT and List then you need to follow the steps mentioned in the below blog. Creating InfoPath Forms that Save to SQL Server Database Populate Data From SharePoint List to a SQL Table


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You mention both SPD and source code? With code, it would be a custom web part or SharePoint app (aka add-in), which are both developer tasks. But this can be done with SPD with no code. Just set up an "external content type". Here's one tutorial, but there are many others: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/ee557243%28v=office.14%29.aspx ...


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I believe the easier option is to use External Content Type (Which points to SQL table) and use it to create External List. In this case you don't need to develop anything. After creating External List you can customize the forms.


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The "proper" way to do this is with Business Connectivity Services (BCS). BCS can be a bit heavy handed if your needs are for a periodic one way sync of a single list. Does it have to be real-time? The path of least resistance would be a scheduled SSIS package leveraging the SharePoint List Connector available here: ...


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You have to first publish any Designer 2013 workflow within the site collection to create that "Workflow" item in the site app permissions list.


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SharePoint Designer workflows run as System Account but with their permissions trimmed down to impersonate those of the user that initiated the workflow. We faced a similar issue to yours in our SharePoint environment and identified that it was due to workflows being fired automatically by System Account. To get around this, we created an administrative ...


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SharePoint 2013 uses different set of style and id's. You can try below CSS #s4-titlerow { background:#F9F9F9 url('/SiteAssets/banner.jpg') repeat-x 0px 0px; margin:0; min-height:121px; overflow-x:hidden; padding:30px 0 0 310px; word-wrap:break-word; }


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This script seems to be what I need too, but get errors aswell. Modified it to incorporate the suggested errors as well as to suit my need $(document).ready(function retrieveListItems() { JSRequest.EnsureSetup(); var school_id = JSRequest.QueryString["School_id"]; var camlQuery = new SP.CamlQuery(); var clientContext = ...


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This is expected when you create a custom editform, and changes to the underlying list structure like fields being created manually or via a content type do not show up. They must be added manually in the custom form. Sharepoint has behaved this way since 2007 that I know of, and presumably in 2003 and 2001. You are essentially breaking the dynamic ...


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Because my SIP Adress is blank. So I change it to person's email. It works !!!! This article is very useful: http://www.ableblue.com/blog/archive/2013/06/05/add-presence-to-sharepoint-search-results/ Thank you all !!!!!


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You have to roll your own logic in that case, the default Save action saves and closes the form. So if you want some sort of tabbed interface that allows the user to "save" then finally "submit" you need to create functions that do the following: the Save button would create a list item if you are on tab 1 otherwise it is an update to the list item, Submit ...


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Not sure what is the issue with my current webapplication. But I have created new web application and same is working fine.


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Event Viewer, but: By default the Analytic and debug log for workflow manager is disabled. You can enable the event viewer and see what’s going on under the hood. You can find out details on how to enable the event viewer in Analyzing Workflow Management Logs in Workflow Manager 1.0 Also more information about Debugging SharePoint Server 2013 ...


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I'm not sure why in getPages method you are getting sub sites (SP.Web.getSubwebsForCurrentUser method), but the following example shows how to retrieve list items from Pages library: SPQueryHandler.prototype.getPages = function(){ var that = this; var web = that.clientContext.get_web(); var list = web.get_lists().getByTitle('Pages'); var ...


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The Solution suggested by 'Fares' is the approach for the specified question. while first solution details the exact steps and should be followed, the script completly removes the view tool bar. SP.SOD.executeOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(overrideOOTBStrings, 'initstrings.js'); SP.SOD.executeOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(overrideOOTBStrings, 'strings.js'); // ...


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I do not understand your english completely, but I guess you want something like that: AddPostRenderCallback(ctx, function(){ULSaRe:; EnsureScriptFunc("clienttemplates.js", "RenderUserFieldWorker", function() {ULSaRe:; var getUserPersona = function() {ULSaRe:; var ...


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I found a solution, a litte stupid but it works I add javascript to get user's photo from mysite <div id="UserOWSUSER" class="ms-peopleux-userImgDiv">Nom : _#= ctx.CurrentItem.UserOWSUSER=#_</div> <!--#_ var UserData = ctx.CurrentItem.UserOWSUSER; var UserNumber = UserData.indexOf("@"); var ...


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Yes you can do that with the help of WSP solution. You need to create XML based Custom action for all the document library type. Refer below examples for creating custom actions: Custom actions in SharePoint 2013 Creating SharePoint Ribbon Custom Actions with Visual Studio 2012 How to Add Custom Ribbon Action on List/Libraries in SharePoint 2013 How ...


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There is no OTB solution. You could create a SharePoint workflow with a SP Designer. In Sharepoint Designer select the library you want to add the workflow to. 1.Click on "List Worklfow" on the ribbon 2.Provide a Name for your workflow 3.In the workflow designer setup your workflow: a. Add Action "send email" b. Specify the email parameters (Attendies ...


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On your SharePoint server, you can find many of the images under the following locations: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\15\TEMPLATE\IMAGES C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\15\TEMPLATE\THEMES[THEME NAME]


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I don't think a workflow is going to get you there, they are pretty bad at aggregating information. I believe you want a digest alert on the list that runs daily. This will pull all the posts together into one email and send that off to whomever you specify.


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I had enabled FBA on an existing site and was seeing this when I opened up the site to test that the settings 'took'. The issue appears to have been with cookies, clearing cookies and closing the browser cleared up the issue for me.


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When you're exporting and importing workflows you can only do this in the same site. If you need to copy (import) a workflow to another site the steps are a little different. First, you create a blank workflow in the destination site using SharePoint Designer. Go back to the source workflow and copy its content. Paste the content into the destination site ...


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A permissions review may resolve this issue. For our case, we had the following architecture: Securable object Description Unique/inherited permissions -------------------- ------------------------ ---------------------------- SiteA Group home page Unique SiteA/SubsiteA Sensitive group ...


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Use this <xsl:stylesheet ...> <xsl:param name="Language" /> <xsl:template match="/" xmlns...> <xsl:value-of select="$Language" /> Reference: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd583143%28v=office.11%29.aspx?f=255&MSPPError=-2147217396.


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I was never able to get this to work with 1 workflow but I did find a work around by making a second workflow. I placed the second half of my workflow (the half that was failing) and put it on a second workflow by itself and everything works the way it is supposed to.


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So I did a little programming work-around that solves all of my problems. It may not be the "best" or the "right" way to do it, but it easily provides unique permissions on each form in one list without having to move the form around. $(document).ready(function() { //use this to get the current user thisUserAccount = ...


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Since SharePoint Server 2016 is built on the same code base as SharePoint 2013 and the fact that you still can use SharePoint Designer 2013 on SharePoint Online, there are reasons to believe that SharePoint Designer 2013 will function very well with SharePoint Server 2016. There may be features that can’t be used, but you have other tools available such as ...


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Option 1. If you're building the form in InfoPath, you can check if all the questions are answered and set a column equal to a specific value that a workflow would either check and end the workflow or check and continue into the meat of the workflow. (Status: Begin Process vs Status: Form Closed) Option 2. In the workflow, check that all columns have values ...


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If the other table has the users set as people picker values as well as a department name, you can. You just query the other table's people picker value with the department as a filter (department either hard coded in the workflow or at the item level based on some other choice) when you're selecting the user.


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Approving a task or similar actions in theory means you are updating a list item. And each list item has a unique ID, and it can be easily retrieved in a SharePoint workflow. From your question, I understand you have 3 requirements 1. Send an email from a workflow. Which is pretty simple just insert an action Send an Email from ribbon 2. To get the ...


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You can try Html Form Web Part. Add a HTML Form Web Part to the page you wish to display the list, or document library on. Edit the webpart and click on "Source Editor". Delete the default code, and add the following: <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ajax.microsoft.com/ajax/jQuery/jquery-1.9.1.min.js"></script> <!-- Load and ...


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You can use Content Query Web Part. Then choose the site and library you want to display.


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There is default SharePoint CSS class available that you can use. ms-dialogHidden is the class when you don't want particular div or any element to appear on the dialog. So simply specify extra class to the navigation div ms-dialogHidden.


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You will need to publish the workflow. When you will open workflow in sharepoint designer, you will find the publish option in Ribbon in workflow settings


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On view for example AllItems.aspx click Library > Modify View. Under Style choose Document details and click OK EDIT For custom list is different. http://techtrainingnotes.blogspot.com/2010/05/sharepoint-list-view-styles.html Try Boxed.


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If I have understood your question correctly, the only possibility OOTB that I know about which will allow you to change the way a list item is displayed is like so: Go to the list/library settings Scroll down to views click on the view and go to the Style tab and expand it and choose the style that works best for you. Furthermore, I am sure that there ...


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easiest way is to create a column and set it as person/group and choose show name(with presence) option. Now just create a workflow to set created by field(or whoever who want to display full name) name to above created new name column


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One option is if you sync the task with outlook then you can click the Approve this task button in outlook.Something like this: Read more here: http://community.office365.com/en-us/f/154/t/265384.aspx


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Have you tried adding a Pause in your SharePoint Designer workflow? Add a Pause between copying the the user name string to the People or Group column and your impersonation step. It should last at least 1 minute. I had this same problem and adding the Pause to let the Person or Group column resolve the string did the trick.


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If you wanna move a sub site or a site collection there is a little more to it.. First of all the servers need to be on the same patch level, meaning both SharePoint environments needs to be running on the same versions. Hence you can't move anything from a SharePoint servers that run on RTM to a server that runs on SP1. The versions must match. The same ...


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My issues appears to be related to item-level permissions that our workflow applies. When using the Replace List Item Permissions Action you need to use an Impersonation Step that runs as the workflow author/last modified user. However, despite being a Site Collection Administrator, this didn't seem sufficient. Instead I added myself to an Owners group ...


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To export, use Export-SPWeb http://site -Path export.cmp To import, use Import-SPWeb http://site -Path export.cmp Details on additional command line attributes here and here. Import is a bit picky, so you will get errors if you have some features activated on the source site that do not exist on the destination site.


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The problem could be with IE11 Edge mode. If you open Developer Tools > Emulation > Document mode > 10 it might help. From developer's prospective there should be a tag in the head of the page to force IE use 10 document mode. This tag exists in OOTB sharepoint master pages...


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Workflow can be associated to List. And during association we can set on what event the workflow should be invoked. Manually On Item Create On Item Update So in your case Workflow#1 should be only set to start on Item Create and Workflow#2 should be only set to start on Item Update. On Update Workflow#1 will not get invoked and vice versa.


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I suggest you to take a look at this article, and this one. I think the latter one will satisfy your needs as it is possible to associate a workflow to a list at runtime. Depending on your approach you choose between JSOM, CSOM or SSOM.


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If you want more than two groupings, you're going to have to build a custom page in either SharePoint Designer (the easier of the two methods), custom JavaScript (styling w/ CSS and web service calls w/ JS) or Visual Studio. No way around it, out of the box doesn't cover more than two groupings in the view customization.


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WIN KEY + E write in url \\YOURSITE\Apps press enter CTRL+A, CTRL+C


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You can open that URL in Internet Explorer. Or you can click Browse button from SPD And now from Ribbon choose to open in Explorer. Now you can copy folder/files and Paste in your local folder. Update Since the folder is in Root we wont be able to browse it in Explorer View. Here is a workaround First copy the folder from SPD and Paste it inside a ...


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Yes, you can do that with the help of workflow or using custom action with Client Object Model. One example could be using the Content and Structure feature (https://SPDevURL/_Layouts/15/sitemanager.aspx) and selecting the items you wish to copy and pasting them in the new list. Another option could be opening the list by exporting to Excel and copying ...



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