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I've had this too. Check the xml file (use "download a copy"). At that position, do you have any non-english characters there? Perhaps in the XML node name? In that case, install the March 2015 CU for SharePoint as it fixes this particular issue. Look at KB2956153 for the specific fix (though their description is a bit off as it only talks about the ...


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This article here explains is pretty well: https://fullsocrates.wordpress.com/2012/07/25/iisreset-vs-recycling-application-pools/


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Select the SharePoint project - > Press F4 -> Set Server connection property to Offline. The SharePoint solution communicates with SharePoint when server connection is set to true and URL is specified in the properties.


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Instead of using PowerShell, you can edit these settings in Central Administration GUI, before you cahnge the department values with PowerShell. You need to remove the import property mapping and add an export property mapping on the department attribute. Navigate to your User Profile Service Application and follow the link Manage User Properties. Chose to ...


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Set a variable to the category of the first item returned. As you iterate through each item compare it to the value of the variable. If the value is the same then we're in the same heading, else start a new heading. current_category = category of first item print current_category as heading for each item if current_category == category of current item ...


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Managed paths for host-named site collections behave differently from managed paths for path-based site collections. Managed paths for host-named site collections are available to all host-named site collections within the farm regardless of the web application that the host-named site collection is in. In contrast, managed paths for path-based ...


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You need to go to Site Actions, Site Permissions and add the groups back in from the Grant Permission button. Click it, add the group(s) and assign the permission level and click Ok.


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couple of things which should be consider: Number Of items: this thing is important when you are talking about the large number of items. if you have more than 5,000 items, then LIST View Threshold will be cause the issue if you dont plan it properly. please check How do I handle the large List with more than 5K items in SharePoint 2010?. This thing is ...


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The error was in the calling function. Before: using (SPWeb web11 = spsite.OpenWeb(webURL)) { if (web11 != null) { spweb = web11; <-- error splist = spweb.GetList(paramwebURL); } } return check(spweb,sptitle); The correct is : spweb = spsite.OpenWeb(webURL); For (unknown to me) reason, ...


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you have to build your own control and place it on the masterpage either directoy or via delegate control You are not able to execute code directly in the masterpage


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You can use JavaScript API to retrieve current User MySite URL and then compare and show or hide link based on that $.ajax({ url: _spPageContextInfo.webAbsoluteUrl + "/_api/SP.UserProfiles.PeopleManager/GetMyProperties?$select=UserUrl", method: "GET", headers: { "accept": "application/json;odata=verbose", }, success: function ...


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It depends whether taxonomy field is multi or single valued. In case of single-valued taxonomy field, the following example demonstrates how to update its value: function executeJson(url,method,headers,payload) { method = method || 'GET'; headers = headers || {}; headers["Accept"] = "application/json;odata=verbose"; if(method == "POST") { ...


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Enable client integration at web application level In SharePoint Central Administration site, click Application Management->Manage Web Applications, select the web application for the site. Click Authentication Providers, select default zone, and select Yes for "Enable Client Integration?" Configure setting to open Office document in client application: In ...


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I would suggest you start reading MSDN articles. Start with THIS and THIS If the whole solution will be split across multiple content databases, lists and libraries will be created with a sense of mind, and everything will be governed properly, then I don't see a problem with 200GB and 400 clients.


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Not sure how you are getting subwebs. It should be foreach($web in $websites.Webs). That aside you could try using the AssociatedGroups property. In theory Groups should only return groups that have security roles assigned while AssociatedGroups will return all groups whether they have roles assigned or not. Edit: When I tested this with two sites a and b. ...


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Is it that your user does not have permission to the site because it's not in any of the groups. As a test add the user that is running the powershell script as site collection admin, just to see if you can then see the groups ok.


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This looks previous stack exchange answer like a way to go: Approval Workflow Task Permissions For some step by step instructions see Nik's blog post: http://nikpatel.net/2014/05/11/handy-sharepoint-designer-workflow-tip-configure-item-level-permissions/


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Try if(window.location.href.indexOf("http://siteAAA") > -1) { window.location.href = "http://siteBBB"; } else { window.open("http://siteBBB","_blank"); }


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you can write web service for sql connection and deploy to sharepoint app pool in iis. then in infopath you can connect to this webservice. if you want you can pass parameters to webservice or get data from sql with webservice to infopath whatever you want.


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If you have a look at this link you'll find a way to identify all content types which contain your column. Key to remove a column from a content type is to delete the FieldLink: $content.FieldLinks.Delete("YourField"); $content.Update($true); Update($true) will propagate all changes to the list content types (if there are any). In the end you'll have to ...


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If you can access Central Administration you can backup your list in Backup and Restore - Export a site or list (Granular Backup section). Hope this will help you.


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Assuming you are talking about a custom workflow, a workflow is deployed in a solution (which can be farm or web application scoped). In the solution there will be a feature which allows you to activate it on a site collection or a site. The association with the list is stored in the workflow through the Association element. ...


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If i understand your requirement correctly, you need to create a page layout with all the web parts that you want to have with the design or structure. you can either create it from SharePoint designer or deploy it from Visual Studio. Let me know if you have any questions.


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Are you using a "using" statement in your code otgether with "Current" like so: using (SPWeb currentWeb = SPContext.Current.Web) { --- } If you are, make sure the site or web you are using is instantiated within a new object. using (SPSite siteCollection = new SPSite(SPContext.Current.Web.Url)) { --- }


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You don't get authentication prompt on IE because IE is automatically signing you in to SharePoint using the credentials you've used when logging into Windows. Internet Explorer can be configured to prompt for credentials when connecting to servers requiring authentication. For example, IE can prompt you for a user name and password when you connect to ...


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Not only the SharePoint versions but also the SQL server need to be the same. Please make sure the DB servers also have the same CU and SP's. For a quick check run the following command in your SQL Management Studio. SELECT SERVERPROPERTY('productversion'), SERVERPROPERTY ('productlevel'), SERVERPROPERTY ('edition') Let me know if you still see any ...


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No-code Sandbox Solution (NCSS) aren't deprecated. Only custom code in sandbox solution is deprecated: Deprecation of Custom Code in Sandboxed Solutions You can then still use a Sandbox solution that has only declarative Elements such as master pages, and page layouts, provisioned by modules. If you want to move away from Sandbox solutions, and approach ...


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The Managed Metadata service application is a different entity and it contains its own database as well. This has its own Users managing provision. Even though you are the Site collection administrator might be you dont have permissions to access managed metadata db. You can have grant the permissions in two levels, when you select the Managed Metadata ...


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please do the following steps Make sure the service "Managed Metadata Web Service" is started at [Central Admin >> System Settings >> Manage services on server]. If it is not started just start it and wait for some time to get the Service application to take the affect. Make sure the check box "This service application is the default storage location for ...


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What I suggest is, Create Site Columns as follows <Field ID="{7A2608F0-A2AC-435D-8011-A8E640AB091F}" Name="ABCCode" DisplayName="ABC Code" Type="TaxonomyFieldType" Group="Custom Site Columns" Description="To display ABC Codes" ShowField="Term1033" Required="FALSE" EnforceUniqueValues="FALSE"> ...


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Open a command prompt run as administrator and run officeserversp2013-kb2880552-fullfile-x64-en-us.exe PACKAGE.BYPASS.DETECTION.CHECK=1 Source http://www.windowstechinfo.com/2013/09/solved-outlook2010-kb2459115-fullfile.html


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I have the same problem, and neither solution works for me. On the server, the number of decimal digits is 2, and the same for the client - but it still shows 3 in the browser. Also, I don't want to allow others to edit the column, so can't make it editable. Best bet is to use SharePoint Manager which does allow you to change the format, or you can use a ...


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I will answer my own question, maybe it will help somebody. So what I did. 1) I opened dashboard designer from root site level( https://mysp.a.b ). 2) Next in tab Home, I added the new list and pick up the DataSource list from my sub-site( https://mysp.a.b/mysubite) and I was able to create a new data source within this list. I did the same for ...


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You should change default view property like: $web = Get-SPWeb "http://test.com" $doclib = $web.Lists["Shared Documents"] $view = $doclib.Views["All Documents"] $view.Scope = [Microsoft.SharePoint.SPViewScope]::Recursive $view.Update() Where "http://test.com" - site URL, "Shared Documents" - name of list/library, "All Documents" - default view name.


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Hi I would suggest that you implement not by code but by getting your AD group policy team to setup IE8 Compatibility mode via group policy. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn321457.aspx


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Basics start from here SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint Contents I used to learn a lot from here. You can read download SharePoint Foundation 2013 and explore it yourself


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(Would put as a comment but don't have enough reputation) Don't have any special links or guides on hand however as a person who was/is in a position similar to you the way I went about learning was just diving in with an end goal in mind (a trial intranet with certain features, some I thought would be easy, some I thought would be hard) and when I ran into ...


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Use the SourceId parameter instead of the "s" parameter. http://server/_api/search/query?querytext='sharepoint'&sourceid='8413cd39-2156-4e00-b54d-11efd9abdb89' You can get more info here: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/jj163876.aspx


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I can't really tell from their marketing if it does exactly what you're asking for, but maybe enquire about the management and security options at http://share-gate.com If trying to do this on the cheap, the free/paid editions of ADSelfService Plus from ManageEngine useful for user management. This is really a cheap/nasty solution which I wouldn't usually ...


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A full crawl ensures that the changes are consistently applied to the entire index. So make sure you have at least one full crawl followed by the Incremental crawl. You cannot see the keywords in the Search result until they are indexed.


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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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I posted the answer to another forum and included the link below. But it seems to be working now https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/c9d7c2fe-9611-4040-8d0d-afc08a241e08/error-when-creating-a-search-service-application-in-sharepoint-2013?forum=sharepointadmin


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This Script will get all the security groups listed in your groups at web level,similarly you can get if principal is Distribution list or a user or a Sharepoint Group POWERSHELL if ((Get-PSSnapin "Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell" -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue) -eq $null) { Add-PSSnapin "Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell" } Write-Output "Starting ...


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To access the site by example.com, you will need to add a DNS Host (A) record for the site.


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Assume the list contains the following data: ID ListingOrder 1 1 2 null 3 2 Then you could consider the following options: Option 1 The items could be sorted in descending order: $orderby=ListingOrder desc, in that case the items for those listingorder property is not specified will be listed as the last ones. Result: ID ListingOrder 3 2 1 ...


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You can use two queries in that case. First query - Get all items filter by ListingOrder not equal NULL Second query - Get all items filter by ListingOrder equal NULL Apply Order By only on First Query. Then merge the result sets.


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To export InfoPath data to Excel Export form data to Excel To export InfoPath data to a list would require a custom feature or a third party tool like Qdabra This tool works even with 2007 version which is currently your requirement. I had came across one detailed article on How Do I Map InfoPath Form Data to a SharePoint List? This article may help you ...


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In order to search on date values from SharePoint fields you must set up a managed property that maps the crawled property of your SharePoint field, then do a full crawl. After that type in the managed property name : value. For example datefield:12/31/2009. Check this Manage metadata properties for search (Search Server 2010)


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You have to make sure the following things in order to open the PDF in browser. There are two options available Browser File Handling should permissive for the web app, you can change it using the Central Admin > Manage web Application> Web Application General Settings. this is kind of security risk. Explicitly add PDF to allowable list of MIME types in ...


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Their is no recommendation on the Naming Convention on the Service application. Naming conventions are obviously important to SharePoint farms. Having a naming convention drastically improves efficiency related to configuration tasks, troubleshooting, documentation, and knowledge transfer. What We design our farm, we keep these things in mind for naming. ...



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