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Following are the steps with powershell commands to update the webpart property Get the site Since we have to throughout the site collection, among all the web we will go through all the webs Now, we need to read welcome page of every web Once we got the welcome page, get the file and checkout it Now from welcome page we will get webpart manager Now we ...


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i found 1 way $site = new-object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSite("http://server/") $web = $site.OpenWeb("/") $resultsPath = "Paginas/default.aspx" $page = $web.GetFile($resultsPath) $page.CheckOut() $wpm = $web.GetLimitedWebPartManager($resultsPath, [System.Web.UI.WebControls.WebParts.PersonalizationScope]::Shared) $wpm.WebParts | ft Title, StorageKey ...


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I dont have well dressed code which will do this but rather i have pieces for it. To get the list of all web application pool. PS C:\Users\prxd3sfa> [Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPWebService]::Conten tService.ApplicationPools | ft Name , username to get the list of all services application pool's id Get-SPServiceApplicationPool | ft name, ...


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To crawl external htlm site, you dont need to upload it. You need to create a new content source and crawl the site. On Search admin page, click on Manage Content Source. On this Page click on New Content Source. Complete the farm click ok. Run the full crawl. Make sure you Search Content Account has Permission on external html site. Read more over here: ...


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The process is named as Information Management. You can use below Technet Article to find more information on this process. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262900.aspx


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Thanks a lot Jesus for your quick answer, yes I will definitely asked specific question. I will also go through all the the links you sent. Yes I am an advanced developer with HTML, CSS and kind of Intermediate with JAVASCRIPT, How I am going to use them without designer and no access to the server? can I use a third party editor. Please more detail on ...


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If your SharePoint sites are delivered via HTTPS, you should also enable HTTPS on your OfficeWebApps-Server. Only changing the WOPIZone to internal-https will probably break your OfficeWebApps functionality. To change your OWA-config from HTTP to HTTPS you need a SSL-certificate for your OWA-Hostname (owa2013.lom.com). You should save your current ...


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It's the way the template is, so there is no "setting" to enable. A few options I can think of: Edit the Search page and manually place a content editor web part in there and type your Title. Create a new MasterPage for your Search Template and inject the title. Create a new web part page How to create a new results page: Add the following webparts ...


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You are tackling a lot of stuff for your first time out with SharePoint. The answer is YES you can do this. "How" you do it depends on the way your administrators deployed SharePoint and what services they made available to you. First - with Search. Some things do have to be configured in Central Admin, but not everything. More than likely for your ...


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Assuming you are talking about the Quick launch menu try something like this: $web = Get-SPWeb http://SharePoint/etc $quicklaunch = $web.Navigation.QuickLaunch $sc = $quicklaunch | where {$_.Title -eq 'Site Contents'} $quicklaunch.Delete($sc)


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I think you just got the URL wrong, try this: _api/Web/Lists/GetByTitle('<List Title>')/DefaultNewFormUrl


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I doubt that there is a direct way to achieve this. Read this Group by managed metadata column on stack exchange which deny the fact that a managed meta data column with multiple values allowed can be used in grouping a list. However if you are very keen on it, there is an article Grouping by a multi-value Managed Metadata Field using XSLT and a ...


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Using multiple web applications depends upon the requirement. Usually people used separate web application if they want to use different URL. MSFT recommendation are 10 app pools per farm and 20 Web apps. If you want to go with your desired plan, their will be no issue with it. It is not bad idea at all, but How many site collections we are talking about in ...


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This goes against MS best practices. The current best practices would be to create host named site collections in one web app. For more on this: http://sprickyrick.blogspot.com/2013/04/two-new-best-practices-for-sharepoint.html


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You got the Minimal Download Strategy feature activated, that's what "ruining" your URL, and it's also why the page Title and the menu is still showing. Head to Site Settings > Site Features and deactivate Minimal Download Strategy. And you could hide the elements using CSS instead. <style type="text/css"> #sideNavBox { display: none; } ...


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You need to disable the Minimal Download Strategy feature for the script to work right.


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The nested Countif function is not valid. Countif does not exist in SharePoint. Although many SharePoint functions are identical to Excel functions, not all Excel functions work in SharePoint. In Excel, the syntax is Countif(range, criterion). Used in Excel, the formula will error out because you use too many arguments for Countif. In SharePoint the ...


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I always have trouble finding out if I should use comas or semi-colons as separators in calculated columns formulas. Try to change comas into semi-colons.


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In my experience you need to emulate what you get when you do a read (which you can see using a tool like Fiddler). In your case the code would be: var someNumbers = [4, 5]; var itemMetadata = { '__metadata': { 'type': archivo.d.ListItemEntityTypeFullName }, 'GerenciaId': $('#gerencia').val(), 'Planta_AreaId': $('#planta').val(), ...


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You are right that it should be an array - array of ID's of the referenced items. Try the following: var someNumbers = [4, 5]; var itemMetadata = { '__metadata': { 'type': archivo.d.ListItemEntityTypeFullName }, 'GerenciaId': $('#gerencia').val(), 'Planta_AreaId': $('#planta').val(), 'Tipo_ArchivoId': $('tipoarchivo').val(), ...


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Here is the script. It will get you primary administrators in an excel file for each site collection inside a web application. I am not able to get Secondary Owner Property though. $WebApplicationUrl = "https://peopletest.brookfield.com" $outputFile1 = "C:\TEMP\siteCollectionAdminsPrimary.csv" $outputFile2 = "C:\TEMP\siteCollectionAdminsSecondary.csv" ...


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simple: Get-SpWebApplication http://www.contoso.com | Get-SPSite -Limit All | Select URL, ID, contentdatabase,Owner, SecondaryOwner | Export-CSV "f:\VLESites.csv" -NoTypeInformation


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Try to use Owner instead of owneralias, and SecondaryContact instead of secondaryowneralias.


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Please create a Shared Datasource instead of "Datasource". I'll suggest you to read this step by step article, it helped me with my first report. J


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Why create a new checkbox when you can take advantage of the default SharePoint functionality. var ctx = SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var items = SP.ListOperation.Selection.getSelectedItems(ctx); for (var i in items) { alert(items[i].id); //do manipulation here } You do any manipulation with the returned item collection.


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SharePoint provides a Custom Action class, please read SP.UserCustomActionCollection Class. var context = new SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var list = context.get_web().get_lists().getByTitle("stackoverflow") var customAction = list.get_userCustomActions().add(); customAction.set_location('CommandUI.Ribbon.ListView'); var uiExtension = ...


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JSLink is one possible solution for your scenario. Just create a site column and add it to the CType that has been added to the doc libs and write your custom code inside .js file to change the site columns rendering in the view. Let me know if your have any questions.


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Change your CAML Query ViewXml to: <View Scope='Recursive'> <Query> <OrderBy> <FieldRef Name='ID' /> </OrderBy> </Query> </View> and you should get all the items regardless of folder


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According to your information, that your data is in SQL database, scenario which could be possible: Create a Business Connectivity Services (BCS) entity for your data from your NAV database. BCS allows you to access remote data from other sources to SharePoint. Here is step-by-step example how to implement this: ...


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If anyone has a problem like this and your using you own name as the search criteria, make sure you are not the account that is importing data or entering the data as it searches the modified by field and returns all items. This makes you think that its not filtering results. Duh I guess.


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Office location is being user to get the location of the office i.e USA, UK, West campus etc.As this property is set the location using the term set. I think this property being used when a company having office in different locations and they categorized them in multiple zone i.e North America, South America. While on other hand office property get the ...


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Be very careful with this design, as it's pretty tricky to do well. Though first, any site template can be used, as the site template doesn't affect authentication. Authentication. You could either: enable both forms and windows auth on the same web app. When a user went to the site, they would get a dropdown selection that asked them if they wanted to ...


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The short answer is no. The long answer is it might be useful if we understood what you are trying to do. Why would you want multiple farms on a single server? If you need multiple URLs you can create several web applications or use host named site collections. If it is a security concern then this again can be achieved with separate web applications and ...


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Have you looked into using Reporting Services? You can set your site as a data source and query any list on the site as a dataset. The only catch is that you cannot "join" lists together in a single dataset, although you could still include multiple lists on the report. I once tried doing something similar with a Data View Web Part, that I would NOT ...


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The client wants to actually display 20,000 items on a single page, without paging? I cannot imagine a valid use case for this. No one is going to read 20,000 items. Tell them it's not possible. Then try to find out what they actually need and see if there is a solution. If they push back and insist on giving the users the capability to scroll through 20,000 ...


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Hi You can use Shareboot follow bellow link you will get the answer in detail. http://www.topsharepoint.com/shareboot-responsive-sharepoint-2013-theme/ here you can download the zip file complete files http://www.topsharepoint.com/freethemes/ShareBootV003.zip


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The command below always helped me to take backup of entire farm. Backup-SPFarm -Directory C:\Backup -BackupMethod full -BackupThreads 10 -Force Source: here and here If you want a script which will take backup regularly, I'll suggest you to check this script. It's for SharePoint 2010 but I don't see any reason for it to not work with SharePoint ...


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No this is not possible. one server can have only SharePoint farm. But you have to mutliple farm's database on single SQL server.


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You can filter each column by every value this column has. Just click in the title name and select the value you want to filter.


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If you have prepared your environment to use SharePoint Apps, you can use the free Download Multiple Documents app from the store.


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There is no general answer on how to deploy cumulative updates to SharePoint. Generally i install updates only if they are older than 1 or 2 months. But: Until the May 2015 CU i only installed the September 2014 CU and no newer one (even on new farms!). That is because Microsoft messed things up in every CumulativeUpdate from then. The ultimate Resource ...


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Check in - check out feature in the document library needs to be turned OFF.


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You can install the CU bits in parrellel on all server in farm to avoid the long wait time, But for the config wizard you cannot run more than 1 thread. As per my personal experince, i always start from Central admin and then followed by other Apps servers and WFE at the end. Please have a look on this answer. Recommended way to install CU and Update on ...


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This issue was related to another SharePoint Farm that we have in our environment crawling that farm in conjunction with another local crawl and that was putting load on the site and that is why we had the issue. Make sure no other crawls are running from other sources. This is of course in our scenario.


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I figured out the issue. I went back a looked through the form submit rules I created, and some of the values were not coded correctly. one value that needed to be set to true() was hard coded.


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I know it's an old thread but for others benefit I'm going to attempt to answer your 2nd part of the question (which does not seem to be addressed directly). There should not be any downtime for just adding a new server to the farm. Thank you!


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Here I've found An SPListItem is not serializable I've tried to create a workaround - it could work but it loses an advantage of "parallel" jobs because start time and memory costs are greater than "serial" running $cmd = { param($url, $listName, $id) Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell $web = get-spweb -identity "$url" $list = ...


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How about drag/dropping files into the document Library (opened in an HTML5 browser) from the Windows Explorer? Or mapping the network drive from the Newtork node in the Windows Explorer?


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Images in Publishing Library should be published to enabled caching. If not, the the image response will include 304, which will need to go back to the server to check if the image has changed. Though 304 requests are served from browser cache, it still has to take a roundtrip to server to confirm the image has not changed. Hope it helps.


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You can only change the interval for Full and Incremental crawls on the admin screen. The only way to change continuous crawl duration is with powershell below: $ssa = Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplication $ssa.SetProperty("ContinuousCrawlInterval",n) where n is the regular interval in minutes at which you want to continuous crawls to start.



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