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The group membership box is a multiline text box. So you can create email addresses in format user1@domain.com; user2@domain.com Etc. and then copy and paste it into the box. Then press Share button.


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You can modify your code as below var path = SPUtility.GetCurrentGenericSetupPath(@"TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS\wfcourrierdep\pdf\Dictionnaire.pdf");


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Add the following CSS: .ms-profile-toggleDetails { display:none; } .ms-profile-hiddenDetails { display:block !important; overflow:visible !important; } This will show all the information by default and hide "Show More" link button.


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Check the user has access to Sql Database, if the user does not have access to Sql databse on Sharepoint config database, you cannot create subsite.


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You might not have selected Parent Content Type Source properly, Do select Parent content Source and then select Item from the list.


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Try this- slight change in the HideColumn function function HideColumn(Column,IsHide) { if(IsHide=="True") { $('nobr:contains("'+Column+'")').closest('tr').hide(); $('nobr:contains("'+Column+'")').closest('tr').nextAll().hide(); } else { $('nobr:contains("'+Column+'")').closest('tr').show(); } }


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How was it created, through GUI or customized by PowerShell? Sometimes for me that may come up upon the first 10 minutes of creating the Search Service Application. Make sure the search service is on for the server hosting the administration component. Make sure the topology is correct and has a administration component. If the topology has an ...


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It may have to do with breaking permission inheritance on the subsite with special permissions. Try running the whole code that creates sites under elevated permissions with Security.RunWithElevatedPrivileges.


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Not sure what your exact question is. But regarding your second question about how to search. This article explains how you can use SharePoint (Online) search in a client application by using CSOM https://code.msdn.microsoft.com/office/Query-Search-with-the-649f1bc1


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You have to add ajax controls from the toolkit DLL in your toolbox on the left. For this, create another category in the toolbox. Click add controls and select the controls from the popup. You should be able to add ajax controls then just like you add normal asp controls via the toolbar. Should not be a problem with the target IDs then. Hope this helps


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Try this one you should get it in moment this code add web part to page and allow to search for all fields added by user if you want to search in all fields disable line if (!Field.SourceId.StartsWith("http://")). To get calculated field you must set type text or number. This one MergeCAMLConditions(Fields, MergeType.Or) i found in web don't remember where ...


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Yes. These type of queries are possible. You can do this by two possible ways Edit the Search Result WebPart and change the Query Criteria to query particular library By Creating a Result Source to query particular library For Creating result source - Check this blog ...


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In this case, You have to Create New DNS record(newportal.newcompany.com) pointing to your SP server. Then, You have to Update the AAM settings and add the new url their. Also make sure the IIS bindings also updated(if any).


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You can use value-of to retrieve value in xslt. <xsl:value-of select="nil" /> For more information on Setting and Getting value in XSLT, click here


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Add the following snippet: <WebPartPages:WebPartZone runat="server" Title="TestZone1" ID="TestZone1"> <ZoneTemplate></ZoneTemplate> </WebPartPages:WebPartZone> It works.


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That depends on how Ranking is performed. The search engine calculates the relevance rank, that is to say, the order in which the search results for a query appear. The ranking model is at the core of this calculation. In most cases, you can influence relevance by using the available SharePoint 2013 ranking models in combination with query rules without ...


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You can use the SharePoint List API to do this, start here: https://msdn.microsoft.com/EN-US/library/office/dn531433(v=office.15).aspx Alternatively, you can try opening the list in DataSheet view and cut-and-paste the block of rows and columns that you are interested in.


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From the browser, I don't think you can, but you can open this page in SharePoint Designer and make it point to your master page. Updated Answer Open SharePoint Designer on the site that contains your calendar. From the left pane click Lists and Libraries then choose your Calendar. Then under Views double click beside the link Calendar to open the page ...


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Whenever we try to consume a Web Service it creates bunch of configuration entries in the configuration file. In your case you tried this using an asp.net project. So you can check the config file of that project to understand the configuration entries. Now you can open up the SharePoint Web Application configuration file and make the same changes.


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I have put together a quick PS scrip that should allow you to find, list and then remove unmapped properties. I adapted this from a script I've used before to remove all mapped properties Vadim's Blog. Hope it helps. $searchAppName = "Search Service Application" $categoryName = "Business Data" function RemoveCrawledProperty($crawledPropertyName) { ...


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I actually discovered the reason for the errors, you need a domain account not a local account to create a search service application. Use an active directory created domain account to create the service appplication.


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Workflow: Create a workflow in SharePoint Designer which sends email to the user mentioned in the list field. Use Send an Email activity in the designer and the url of the item can be embedded in the mail body by appending the ID of the added item with list display form. Example: /DispForm.aspx?ID=1 Event Handler: Write ItemAdded event handler and send the ...


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This is known issue with custom forms. Can you try replacing "<SharePoint:FormField" with <SharePoint:ClientPeoplePicker runat="server" ID="MyControlName" Required="true" ValidationEnabled="true" InitialHelpText="text" VisibleSuggestions="3" Rows="1" AllowMultipleEntities="true" CssClass="ms-long ms-spellcheck-true" /> you can also try the ...


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This error is due to limitation in number of variables per scope. The limit is 50. I fixed it by following this link: Detailed explanation here. Found the answer through this question


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Go to the list that is lacking the link Select the view that doesn’t have the link appearing Select Edit Page from the Site Action menu Edit the list web part properties Note the current Toolbar setting Change the Toolbar setting and click Apply. Any selection other than No Toolbar should cause the link to appear after you click Apply. Reset the Toolbar ...


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What you might try to build is a so called "stretched farm" across two datacenters. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc748824%28v=office.15%29.aspx#CfgStretchedFarm From your description, non of the requirements on bandwidth and latency are fullfilled. There are 3rd party products on the market that address your issue. You need to set up two ...


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Create custom list with columns Date, Employee ID, Employee Name, Task Name, Comments, Hours spent Customize New Item form for that list to perhaps autofill Employee details when form is opened so it's quicker to fill in hours without having to always select own details. Or perhaps make Employee fields disabled on the form (or even hidden) so people cannot ...


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You can edit the page in SharePoint Designer and then use below snippet which goes and removes the ToolTip. <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function(){ $("[name='title']").attr('title',''); }); </script>


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You can create the HyperLink as follows <a href="http://myserver/test/infopath/form.xsn">Publish Form</a> Give this a try <a href="http://myserver/test/_layouts/FormServer.aspx?XsnLocation=~sitecollection/infopath/template.xsn&SaveLocation=~sitecollection/infopath&Source=~sitecollection/infopath">Publish Form</a> ...


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A better way to solve this without adding force is after the error happens, just leave the wsp there with the error in CA, open the SharePoint Management Shell and use the update-SPSolution command with the path of the wsp file you just added to deploy, it should also deploy itself after the update. Update-SPSolution -Identity "name wsp" -LiteralPath "path ...


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Yes, that is a valid way of 'migrating' the database to the alias. Config/Admin are the only databases that cannot have the connection string change.


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How do you have the "To" field configured? Is it a lookup? I'm not 100% on that specific error but it's possible the system can't find who to send the email to.


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Secure store is used in case if SharePoint want to connect to 3rd Party Applications. The basic example is in case while creating an External Content Type, you can store the credentials of the back-end system in Secure Store. In your case you should look into authenticating the other applications from SharePoint. For this you should leverage using some ...


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It is possible that Item Updated event is fired several times during approval. Is yes, you can check the Level property of SPListItem or SPFile and do your code when major version is published.


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SharePoint Content Databases as the name suggests is used to store various contents. We can assign different Content Databases for following entities Web Application - In this case all content for that application gets stored here Site Collection - In this case site collection specific content gets stored here You are confused with database vs. list. ...


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The reason this is happening is because of the asynchronous nature of JavaScript Client Object Model. The code execution does not wait for the onQuerySucceeded() to complete. Hence alert("after"+t); is immediately called and at this point it correctly shows undefined. However, if the same code is written afterwards at some arbitrary position in the file ...


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You can port this codeplex solution: https://splistmp.codeplex.com/ It uses a list to manage user accounts and I guess that's what you're asking for. It was built for SharePoint 2007 but with a bit of work you can get it to work in 2010 and 2013. HOWEVER: Derek's suggestion of giving AD accounts for the users is the best solution for your problem. I've ...


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Just give all the users Windows accounts in Active Directory and let them log in to the Kiosk using them. It makes no difference whether or not they have their own PCs. What you are proposing is a really bad idea from a security perspective. But even so it will never work.


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The Publishing features need to be activated in the site. First activate the SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure by going to Site Settings -> Site Collection Administration -> Site collection features . Then activate SharePoint Server Publishing by going to Site Settings -> Site Actions -> Manage Site Features. Now go into Site Settings -> Look ...


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Put a lookup in the body of the email with the [Encoded Absolute URL]. [%Current Item:Encoded Absolute URL%]?Openin=Browser When selected, it will reopen the form in a web browser. This is good if you want to leave all fields editable. If you create two form content types, let's say "New" and "Revisit", you could allow the form to be seen in two ...


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Map your Sharepoint to hard drive or meke sure you can access it via UNC.Use sync tool like SyncToy to sync. Read the blog to understand it. http://blog.kloud.com.au/2013/02/12/use-skydrive-pro-as-a-sharepoint-content-replicator/


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You can map your masterpages folder as a drive by: Going to your "My Computer" Click the Map Network Drive Button Type in the following URL: http://your-sharepoint-site/_catalogs/masterpage Edit the file as you would. You might have to check-out and publish the file through SharePoint's interface (at the same URL). Seeing as your masterpage is broken, ...


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You should be able to get to, and change, the masterpage via SharePoint Designer. It's an essential tool for just about any administrator/developer/poweruser using SharePoint. I highly recommend it in your toolbox. Details here. I'd say that is by far the easiest option. It's as simple as installing, connecting to your site, navigating to the masterpage ...


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Possible Solutions Application Pool account don't have enough permission to access. Try changing the application pool to use SharePoint Web Services System Enable the timer job and RESET IIS Get-SPTimerJob job-application-server-admin-service Enable-SPTimerJob job-application-server-admin-service Net Stop sptimerv4 Net Start sptimerv4 iisreset Ensure the ...


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Try this query <Query> <Where> <And> <Eq> <FieldRef Name="DocumentTypeCal" /> <Value Type="Text">Databases</Value> </Eq> <Neq> <FieldRef Name="Sub_x0020_Categories" /> <Value Type="Lookup">Full Access</Value> </Neq> ...


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If the pre-filled data is pre-determined for the date range, you could setup a lookup list that has start date, end date and field value. Then you could create a worlflow that checks the created date of your new items is greater than or equal to the start date in your lookup and less than or equal to the end date in the lookup. Then update predefined fields ...


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Use an Image Library or an Asset Library. Images don't render thumbnails from a Document Library by default. You have to mess with the display templates if you use a document library.


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There is powerful tools in SharePoint Server 2013 Enterprise for Business Intelligence, like Power View to visualize data. More about it: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh213579(v=sql.110).aspx Note that it requires Enterprise Edition for SharePoint 2013 and at lest SQL Server 2012 Business Intelligence Edition.


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Device Channel rules are pretty simple because they support substrings of the user agent. The big challenge is to find the correct substring. For phone rules: If you include the word "phone" instead of iPhone then you can cover "Windows Phone" and "iphone". In addition you need to add mobile for the android devices. The word mobile is on android tables ...


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We encountered the very same thing when we transitioned from our pre-claims SP2010 environment to our claims-based SP2013 environment. Active Directory groups no longer represent roles under the new system, so you can no longer depend on IPrincipal.IsInRole to meet those needs. Here is a block of code from our solution which has treated us well and should ...



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