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PSConfigUI.exe is UI based "SharePoint Products and Technologies Configuration Wizard", you can either run it from the 12/14/15 hive's bin folder or you can run it from the Start >All program > Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Products > "SharePoint Products and Technologies Configuration Wizard" SharePoint also has a command line version of this comman ...


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the metadata GUID can be replicated and imported from/to Service Application by Microsoft.SharePoint.Taxonomy class. That mean implement the custom export/import process by either using .Net code or Powershell. In this blog post I want to show you how to use the C# code with Taxonomy APIs to export and import managed metadata. At the same time I make a ...


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It is the "SharePoint Products and Technologies Configuration Wizard". Used for configuring SharePoint after installation, updates, farm modifications etc.


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In order to solve this i just added the Jquery library to my master page. this way it got loaded before my webparts.


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I found a way to accomplish this to the satisfaction of my customer. The response above from PirateEric is quite valid and preferred in most occasions but I thought it worthy to share this somewhat lengthy method. Perhaps somebody may choose to elaborate or improve on this solution. First, create a webpage from master. Run SharePoint Designer. Select ...


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this service is mainly used for jobs, like backing up database ect... if you have an updated version of SQL like 2012 than this service would be disabled... By default, the SQL Server Agent service is disabled when SQL Server 2012 is installed unless the user explicitly chooses to autostart the service. also note SQL Server Agent uses SQL ...


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I have a suggestion but this is a few dirty:) You must add a number field foreach text fields. so you must add role into text1 when this field change (select text1 in home menu click add role then click this field change and set value) in the set value field insert this text1 number field and for value type this string-length(text1) and so for other text ...


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i dont see any issue, but this kind of installation is meant for small stuff / demo things, because this type of installation has limitation as compare to regular sql version. few limitations are(i am sure you know about this): You cannot install the single server with built-in database version of SharePoint Server on a domain controller. A SQL Server 2008 ...


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adding a new App server, definitely help you in the performance. When you offload the resource extensive application from WFE. Now big question is what services you want on the new server( i recommend to move all services applications to App server). for search you can you use the wfe for the search query services. For search Crawling, i would say schedule ...


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Tools For use: 1. FBA Configuration Manager for SharePoint 2013 – Author and Credit goes to Steve Peschka. The download comes with a ReadMe file. Please read it, since you need to register the WSP that comes with it. SharePoint 2013 FBA Pack – Author and Credit goes to Chris Coulson. Here is the documentation that will tell you how to ...


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Friends, that's interesting! If you add groups Active Directory in Sharepoint via Powershell format Claim the script work correctly, but why? $web = get-spweb "http://projects.rvsco.ru/M143" #$Groupfull="RVSCO\gf_sp_m143_participant" $Groupfull=" c:0+.w|s-1-5-21-3547894948-444176536-1024843340-6189" $account = $web.EnsureUser($Groupfull) $assignment = ...


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Your interviewing experience is likely to be vastly different each time you interview, for several reasons: the term "SharePoint Developer" means different things to different people, for example, and there are a great variety of technologies a given interviewer may or may not be looking for. Likewise any answer you get here is bound to be colored by the ...


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Yes, adding a server is an option. Probably you are crawling a lot of content or users are createing loads of queries. Consider moving search to separate application server. It is not a good practice to run search and another resource consuming services on front end servers, because it can impact user experience. You don't have to put all the services on ...


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It very much depends on what's your time scale. Ideal If you're not in a hurry to get a new job, then my recommendation would be to learn: SharePoint 2013 from an End-User/Super-User perspective ASP.NET MVC JavaScript (not just the language but also modern JS patterns) AngularJS SharePoint CSOM/REST Apis SharePoint App model This will not help you ...


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This is a tough question! Each company is different and see specific requirements at different levels! to me as a developer you have two fields that you need: 1) development when you develop you need to know about webpart creation (c# or VB), masterpage and layouts (xml) and the deployment process 2) administration knowing central admin and sharepoint ...


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I recommend to you this book: http://www.amazon.it/Microsoft-Sharepoint-2013-Developer-Reference/dp/0735670714 This is my favourite book on SharePoint for developers.


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If you are looking for upload using server side coode, here's TechNet article for SharePoint 2010, I've taken bits and bobs from it before and should give you a generic idea on how to accomplish your task: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/ms454491(v=office.14).aspx


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In that case I would create two web parts on one page: one web part that will be seen only by users who are not a member of the "admin" group, and one that will be seen only by users who are a member of the "admin" group. Wrap a div around both web parts and give each div a unique ID, for example "customWB1" for the web part that all users should see, and ...


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Create a view for that list Create a column Person or Group and set Allow selection of:People and Groups and If you want use sharepoint group set Choose from:SharePoint Group in sharepoint designer open the view that you create and use this code to filter: In the fieldRef name you must type your column name! Hope this usefull


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I found that InfoPath forms can be edited in-browser to allow webparts to be added to the iframe that the form is loaded onto. This then allowed me to insert a CEWP after the form, after which I used jQuery to dynamically convert each span to a link back to the original list. Unfortunately, I found nothing on how to achieve this with OOTB SharePoint.


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As always, all the strange issues have simple answer, for on of the list where i was able to search 20 items, I noticed that we have "Content Approval" setting was turned on. Hence all the items were considered as "Draft" and visible only to people with admin privileges. Since i have full access on the farm I was able to see everything. Another thing ...


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With these size estimates you don't really have anything to worry about. Multiple lines of text fields are stored as NTEXT Sql type columns. This type of columns can store up to 2GB of data. Obviously, it's not advisable to store such a huge amount of data in a single field, but you are way below this limit.


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Check if all the resources associated with the iPhone device channel are checked in and published as a major version.


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the reason could be that the master page or the resources associated with the iphone based device channel is getting challenged with authentication. try to revisit the setting as see.


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This links helped me if any one intrested. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff393836(v=office.15).aspx


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I figured it out just incase any of you want to do something similar: =CONCATENATE("<div><a href='http://hsvspsd01vm/Lists/Play%20List/DispForm.aspx?ID=",[Link ID], "'>Link to Information</a></div>") Link ID has to be filled out but at least you can create a semi-dynamic link here :)


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I have never had success exporting the files and importing or adjusting the CSS so this is what I do. I make all the fields not required, eliminating the red dashed border and put an asterisk by the required fields. Then I create rules to disable a custom save/submit button until all the required fields are not blank.


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Try this, Test-SPContentDatabase -Name $DbName -WebApplication $urlApp > C:\\TextResults.txt or Test-SPContentDatabase -Name $DbName -WebApplication $urlApp > C:\\TextResults.xml it should create a result file in C drive. Edit Right way, Test-SPContentDatabase -Name $DbName -WebApplication $urlApp | Out-File c:\TestResult.txt Seems like ...


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If you add the membershipprovider settings to the intranet zone's web.config, you can use the FBA Pack to manage your users on that zone. To use the SharePoint tools to add forms users, you could add Forms Based Authentication to the zone, but use a custom login page. For the custom login page, just point it to SharePoint's built in Windows Authentication ...


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In the end the problem was with the netbios name... Seems like sharepoint doesn't like a different FQDN/Netbios name. Example: domain.com --> domaincom\user Refer to this site to solve the synchronization problem: ...


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Solved this by copying (SP2010) \14\TEMPLATE\CONTROLTEMPLATES to (SP2013) \14\TEMPLATE\CONTROLTEMPLATES.


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Unfortunately this is not possible, even in 2013: http://wehatesharepoint.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/sharepoint-designer-13-preview-still-no.html I need to do research whether it's possible to write a custom add on (just like Office ones) for SharePoint Designer 2010/2013 as it's a pain to scroll through a lot of code you are not interested in whilst using SPD ...


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There is a known issue in Chrome that is caused by a piece of JavaScript that runs on body onload. Chrome fires that event before some of the SharePoint scripts are ready to be used, for which the ribbon, scrollbars and other script dependent features do not work properly. If you "own" the Master page, you can overcome this by placing the same body onload ...


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Since the host name for each web application is different, the credentials are not passed along to the different sites. The only way (I know of) for this to be possible would be that: The user is logged on windows on the same network as the site (for which the credentials can be passed from his windows account) The user is using Internet Explorer and has ...


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Sorry for the bump of an old post, but if someone is interested in doing this, there is another option if security is not your main concern Audiences are used to show web parts for only specific people. If someone knows how to navigate SharePoint, they can still get to that content, but it takes away the easy option. You would create a web part that ...


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You could add PowerShell snap-in in you .ps1 file. But in this case you should have some permissions to sql and SharePoint if ((Get-PSSnapin "Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell" -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue) -eq $null) { Add-PSSnapin "Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell" }


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I had a similar problem and found it was due to the request management service routing from my web application host header to the server name. I found the following line in the log file: Request Management Mapping URI from ...


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Here is a snippet of the code I used using Microsoft.SharePoint; using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; using System.Text; using System.Threading.Tasks; using System.Web.UI.WebControls.WebParts; using Microsoft.Office.Server.Search; using Microsoft.Office.Server.Search.WebControls; private static void SetupSearch( SPSite ...


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One method I have used for SOAP Web Services was to take the asmx file and deploy it to the file system in SharePoint _layouts/TimeZoneWS/TimeZoneWS.asmx. I deploy it to the farm as a GAC to register it with my SharePoint 14 hive. Then, I am able to call to it by opening a ServiceProxy in JQuery. var serviceUrl = ...


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This it problem as Word (or any other program) does not know how is user logged in within IE. The only thing they can do is to enter credentials and check Remember credentials. This stores entered credentials to local user store and allows Word to use them next time. But as you mentioned "Remember my credential" functionality does not work all the time. To ...


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I imagine the WSDL file is for the external service you want to query, so you don't need to mess around with _vti_bin or similar. Try calling the service from a Console application (without thinking about SharePoint) by adding a Service Reference. Then when you have that working you could use the same approach to reference the service, just inside a Web ...


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Have you tried Un-Extending the Web Application? This can be done by: Go to Central Admin > Manage Web Applications Select your Web Application Click the Delete drop-down menu and select Remove SharePoint From IIS Website Select which website you wish to remove (In your case it looks like it would be SharePoint External) Select Yes to Delete IIS Websites ...


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Try with Remove-SPContentDatabase. (if you do not know the GUID of the database use Get-SPContentDatabase) Source: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff607920(v=office.15).aspx Source1: http://moss-net4u.blogspot.it/2012/03/sharepoint-how-to-remove-content.html


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Probably you right, I guess custom WCF service (endpoint:http://sp/_vti_bin/Namespace/Service.svc/) is used to cover specific cases that does not seem possible to perform using standard SharePoint 2013 REST API or due to performance limitations. But still, SharePoint 2013 REST API (_apiendpoint) should be considered as a preferred choice for a list items ...


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I found my answer here: http://morefunthanapokeintheeye.blogspot.be/2012/10/how-to-successfully-provision-and.html Everything in your XML content type structure can be the same (definition of welcome pages, shared content types, shared fields,...) the only extra thing that you need to add is the following feature activated/deactivated: using System; using ...


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_vti_bin was used in SP 2010 and can be used in SP 2013 as well whereas _api/web is preferred in SP 2013 and is not available in SP 2010


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Most likely the problem is with STS service, did you set up and is it running properly, there are few steps you might to take described in this blog for you. SharePoint 2010: Nailing the error "The Security Token Service is unavailable" There are steps involving exploring service's application in IIS and restarting service etc.


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Finally I got answer from this one http://sharepointkids.blogspot.in/2014/04/two-level-cascading-drop-down-in.html I have just added my js cdn to the seattle.master if we want to use our own js file mean we have two options, one is *.js should inserted to custom library and then write the script link on seattle.master or else we have copy to this location ...


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http://blogs.technet.com/b/praveenh/archive/2013/04/30/intermittent-quot-http-403-forbidden-quot-error-while-trying-to-browse-to-a-sharepoint-web-app.aspx This issue usually occurs when a request from an authenticated user without local admin rights results in a failed read of the /BIN directory by the impersonating w3wp.exe (IIS worker process for ASP.NET) ...


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You need to remove it as there is no need to download a stand alon installation. On the SQL server installation disk for 2012 it contains a feature that inclueds ssrs, ssas and ssis. follow this instead: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj219067.aspx EDIT step by step guide: ...



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