Tag Info

New answers tagged

1

There is a couple of reasons for this: SharePoint is from companies point of view a Microsoft product, so if there is a security risk then it's seen as Microsofts fault. This is the reason for Microsoft to putting in a lot of security into SharePoint which by default isn't in ASP.Net like: not running full trust not allowing updates on GETs and ...


0

One explanation may be that SharePoint can be exposed to Internet and/or Intranet. As MS does not know what SharePoint will be deployed for, they assumed the best security approach would be best. For ASP.NET, it's your role as a developper to decide for the security level you want, depending on the exposure of your site.


0

You can resync Display Name using following command Get-SPUser –Web http://webappurl | Set-SPUser –SyncFromAD Make sure to run the command using Farm Account.


0

Their are two issues as per the logs: 1st one is the warnning from the old features(NintexLiveAdminLinks), which is avaible in your DBs but not avaiable in farm. But this is warnning and never fail you upgrade. Major Shop Stopper is Your UNDPAF\spFarmAcc does not have the DBO rights on the ProjectWebApp, ProjectWebAppPPermission and ProjectWebAppTestA. ...


0

The problem was quite strange. My user account was twice in the web.SiteUsers set. Once with the claims authentication i:0#.w|domainname\username and an other with classic authentication domainname\username. I remove those users and then it worked fine. I think I had this issue during the migration of the contentdb' users. (from 2010 to 2013)


0

Some time back I had similar requirement, to upload .stp onto List gallery and then create a list based on it. I cracked this problem, I hope below function can be useful to you. function UploadAndCreate-CustomListTemplate() { param( [Parameter(Mandatory=$true)][string]$rooturl, [Parameter(Mandatory=$true)][string]$listCreationUrl, ...


2

It can be a permission problem. (by taking a look at your log). Cannot open database "ProjectWebAppPPermission", Login failed for user UNDPAF\spFarmAcc Check the permissions and try again.


0

You can simply add a link to the site content (maybe in the quick launch?) with the target tou your group. (so just they can see it). This is the link to the site content: http://yourSite/_layouts/15/viewlsts.aspx


0

The best solution is to use Client Side Rendering (function () { var ctx = {}; ctx.Templates = {}; ctx.Templates.Header = undefined; ctx.Templates.Footer = undefined; ctx.Templates.Item = undefined; ctx.Templates.OnPreRender = undefined; ctx.Templates.OnPostRender = undefined; ctx.Templates.Fields = {}; ...


0

I have removed the spaces in the task title and it started working.


1

SharePoint solutions (non-sandboxed) can be deployed at both two scopes "Globally" and "Web Application". As stated by bloger Jan Steenbeek at Deploying solutions to a specific Web Application: "SharePoint has the annoying" (Debatably) "habit of forcing you to deploy globally whenever possible. When you try to deploy a global solution to a specific url ...


0

there is actually a very clean solution to this problem. on a web part page, add a page viewer web part and configure it for the required powerpoint file (page). click file share embed to get the necessary embedding code for the script editor web part. add a script editor web part then paste the embed code and save. you should see the pptx slide without the ...


1

The “SharePoint Active Directory Import” does not mark the profile to be deleted either with incremental or Full Import when they are disabled and only way to remove the obsolete users is as mentioned here Run Full Import Post that run Use SharePoint Management Shell to Run following $upa = Get-SPServiceApplication -id Set-SPProfileServiceApplication ...


0

You can disable Remote BLOB Storage (RBS) on any content database. After you disable RBS on a content database, binary large objects (BLOBs) are stored inline in SQL Server for all subsequent writes to the content database. This article describes how to disable RBS on a content database. you data will be fine, instead of using of RBS it goes back to inline ...


0

Hi please have a look at example below: public class WorkflowRepository { private InteropService _interopService; private WorkflowInstanceService _instanceService; private WorkflowSubscriptionCollection _subscriptions; public ClientContext Context; public WorkflowRepository(ClientContext clientContext) ...


1

This is pretty comphrensive. Rest is a big deal in 2013, and the App model, a new addition to the SP2013 stack, works entirely on CSOM


1

Short answer: a WSP cannot be deployed on a given Web app. First of all, a WSP can contain different artefacts: _layousts files (application pages, JavaScript, CSS, images...): those "resources" are by definition available to all the SharePoint farm. Features Features that embed a Web part or anything else that requires a web.config modification. In ...


2

Here is the powershell command to deploy WSP to particular web application only : Install-SPSolution your_solution_name.wsp –webapplication http://server1:123 –GACDeployment


0

Theres a similar question & answer here regarding exporting wsp from SP 2007. You could use Powershell to install in SP 2010. Refer this post Eg: To add to farm Add-SPSolution -LiteralPath "C:\FolderName\Solution.wsp" Deploy to Site Collection Install-SPSolution -Identity "Solution.wsp" -WebApplication "http://WebSiteUrl" -CASPolicies ...


1

For extracting you can use Solution Extractor Tool from below link http://blogs.technet.com/b/patrick_heyde/archive/2009/08/28/how-to-extract-wsp-files-from-sharepoint.aspx Once you have extracted the wsp. You can use PowerShell for installing it into your SharePoint 2010 environment. Add-SPSolution c:\path\wspname.wsp Install-SPSolution –Identity ...


0

You should consider the following during the move: You may only need WSP which contains timer job logic that can be deployed to 2010 platform. You have to perform IISReset and restart timer job service to have full impact in 2010 version. If you want to improve the timer job for 2010 (for whatever reasons) source code must be kept alive and you should be ...


0

We had a similar issue, you need to make sure that along with PowerPivot for SharePoint you install Reporting Services for SharePoint. After that you can activate the PowerPivot Feature.


0

One method that I have seen is to use the publishing features of Word to publish the document to a Sharepoint wiki. Once published, the HTML is taken from the blog and pasted into the wiki page. This is found by going to the File tab, Share, and using the Post to Blog option. Users accessing your wiki pages need to have read access on the blog to be able to ...


0

There are lots of factor involves in getting the final cost. Internal users will require a CAL which is about $100 per user. A forecast of the number of users will be used for Capacity planning for your SharePoint farm. Each server will require a server license. So the number of users may increase the cost of the server licensing. Each server will require ...


0

The problem depends on a lot of details like the authentication configuration of both systems (SP2010 and SP2013) and also the client. If we are talking about Internet Explorer, the authentication is only available within the browser request. That is at least one reason why Microsoft removed the sign in as feature. If you do a sign in as and click on a word ...


1

In code you can SPGroup spGroupItem = web.Groups["GroupName"]; SPRoleAssignment oRoleAssignment = web.RoleAssignments.GetAssignmentByPrincipal(spGroupItem); foreach (SPRoleDefinition inRole in oRoleAssignment.RoleDefinitionBindings) { //inRole.id //inRole.Name //1073741829 //limited access } Or you can find it using below function bool ...


0

You should configure a build server for your TFS, and set up your SharePoint solution in Visual Studio to use this build server for automated builds. As starting point you can use these posts here and here, and the CodePlex project here.


0

Don't you have cross-site scripting promlems, when accessing the SP 2013 site from the JavaScript on your SP 2010 page? Regarding your original problem, I inserted the following JavaScript code into a SharePoint 2010 page: $(document).ready(function(){ $.support.cors = true; $.ajax({ url: "http://YourSP2013Server/_api/web/CurrentUser", ...


0

The top bets on why would be a shared namespace or the script you removed is loading something prematurely, but the only way to know for sure is to load the page using your browser's developer console and look at the Javascript tab.


0

You could create multiple calculated columns of the type number for each column you want a KPI for. For this you need a choice column for every subject, like one for internet, one for phones etc. In this example, i have created one choice column (internetStatus) with 3 different choices and one calculated column (internetKPI) based on the previous column. ...


0

Third-party software is needed to convert a word document directly to a wiki (Convert Word Documents to Wiki Pages). Another option you might consider is embedding the Word documents directly into pages with a script editor and an iframe, but you would have long loading times for documents as large as you're dealing with. Pictures have to be copied ...


0

You could do that with some custom development (I would suggest aspose for .net, see http://www.aspose.com/ - not free but awesome.) Not out of the box - there are components for that, too. See http://www.aspose.com/sharepoint/pdf-component.aspx Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with aspose :)


0

I have done something like this.. Its works fine . But still i didn't get current version of the file. Means I have a file with versions 1.0, 1.1. but it showing count=1 and showing previous one. 1.0 SPSite site = SPContext.Current.Site; SPWeb web = site.OpenWeb(); //Get the selected document SPListItem listItem = ...


0

I had the same challenge and to resolve it this is what I did: I moved out other site collections from the content database containing the bad site collection using the command below Move-SPSite http://servername/sites/sitename -DestinationDatabase ContentDb2 iisreset I deleted the faulty content database using the command below: Remove-SPContentDatabase ...


1

You can do it on a web application level with PowerShell to. $app = get-spwebApplication "http://webapplicationGoesHere" $app.SuiteBarBrandingElementHtml = "<div class='ms-core-brandingText'>Text or space here</div>" $app.Update()


0

Yes, you can definitely put your own text up in that bar, or the text or hide the out of the box text. CSS should do the trick, either in your own alternate CSS (or if necessary in the master or the page). .ms-core-brandingTest:before{ content:'RuthCorp Intranet'; color:white } .ms-core-brandingTest{ color:rgb(0, 114, 198) }


0

Best option is to hide the element using CSS. Add following before </head> tag <style> #suiteBar { display: none; } </style>


1

​Minimal Download Strategy, a new feature implemented in SharePoint 2013 to improve the performance. It is activated by default in SharePoint site. It's a technique to use single page "_layouts/15/start.aspx" with URL encoded with following # text. Minimal Download Strategy will improve the performance of SharePoint site by improving Navigation, Fast ...


0

One approach is to create a new content type from the Site Content Types galery (link available from Site Settings). That new custom CT would inherit from the standard Folder CT. Then, at you doc lib settings level, enable CT management (from Advanced settings) and add your custom folder CT. In the Advanced settings page, disable the option "Create ...


0

Eric Overfields article Hide the SharePoint Online Ribbon for Anonymous Users explains the topic very well (it works the same way for on-premise): The often quoted, yet incorrect, solution for hiding the SharePoint ribbon for anonymous users is to encapsulate the entire suite bar / ribbon with the SPSecurityTrimmedControl with AuthenticationRestrictions ...


0

Google Analytics isn't recommended for SharePoint - there are data security concerns and most file downloads aren't tracked: http://www.analyticsmarket.com/blog/sharepoint-and-google-analytics


1

You can use success handler for reading file content function readFileSuccess(data) { alert(data); } Update var executor = new SP.RequestExecutor(weburl); var info = { url: fileContentUrl, method: "GET", binaryStringResponseBody: true, success: function (data) { //binary data available in data.body var result = ...


1

You can use script Web part and insert a tag style .ms-headerSortArrowLink{visibility:visibility !important; } The important should override the in line style


0

AutoSPInstaller have as goal to make use of the best practices while installing SharePoint. You won't be disappointed.


0

No, they must be security groups to be used in permissions. Distribution lists cannot be used for security.


0

As mentioned in the answers on this question about the location of the _layouts folder (and it's where corev15.css is located), you can access this folder in: c:\program files\common files\microsoft shared\web server extensions\ Then in the web server extensions folder search for "LAYOUTS", now depending on the path where your css file lives (for example: ...


2

You can use some of Virto Solutions: 1. Virto Gantt Chart or 2. Virto Kanban Board Using these tools you can visualize your project and task management


-1

Allow analysis of sent emails to identify people you commonly email and subjects you commonly discuss, and upload this information to the default SharePoint Server. To enable it follow these steps: To allow or block email suggestions for keywords in Outlook: Open Outlook. On the File menu, click Options > Advanced . Under Other , in the Allow analysis of ...


0

As I wanted to make this as easy as possible for the end user and also wanted continuity amongst the entered values I created 4 additional columns. DOB day, DOB Month, DOB Year & Date of Birth. The first 3 columns were drop downs containing 1- 31 days, JAN - DEC etc. A created a workflow that then moves this data into the Date of Birth column in the ...


0

ID in SharePoint list will be available after item is saved to the list. Anyway there are a few solutions in this case. You can change your rule in this way: 1. Query the list with new data connection - Get ID's in DESC order from the list 2. Select ID - it will be last ID value in this case 3. Add 1 to last ID. 4. Set field name. Regards



Top 50 recent answers are included