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CAMLViewFields: '<ViewFields>'+ '<FieldRef Name="NamePage" />'+ '<FieldRef Name="Date" />'+ '<FieldRef Name="Title" />'+ '<ViewFields>' should be CAMLViewFields: '<ViewFields>'+ '<FieldRef Name="NamePage" />'+ '<FieldRef ...


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You can change it but you have to write code for this. Check this blog, he mentioned the complete code. He change the master page on the user login status. http://ranaictiu-technicalblog.blogspot.it/2009/10/sharepoint-dynamically-change-master.html?showComment=1354630820782#c5132604142640789136 ...


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You need to “Stop Inheriting Permissions” on that specific folder and then add peoples or groups to the same folder. Go into the specific list "List"-tab (in ribbon) -> Shared width In the "shared with" modal box -> Advanced Stop Inheriting Persmissions (ribbon) Then add person / group to the library ...


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You cannot use a wildcard certificate as you have two different domain names. Instead, you need to use a SAN (also called UCC) certificate which can have multiple domain names attached to it. I'm not endorsing this vendor, but take a look at http://www.thawte.com/ssl/san-uc-ssl-certificates/index.html as an example of what you need to purchase.


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It seems like there are really a few answers to this question -- First: If you want your Powershell script to work with the multiple single quotes, you can use Powershell character escaping to escape the single quotes that are really apostrophes (i.e. "deliver's"). If you add a back-tick (`) in front of the apostrophes, Powershell will not see them as the ...


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You can use SharePoint foundation for business purpose / development / internet facing site if your server license are covered it. i think your team confused with MSDN license which you cannot use for business purpose but you can use MSDN license for development. SharePoint Foundation is part of Windows Server,So you need proper licensing of the Windows as ...


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Try PowerShell if you have access to the server or admin access to the list you need to import into. I will break down the parts of the script you might need as follows: 1. Set up the correct modules for SharePoint manipulation in your PowerShell script. 2. Set up the CSV import file in a variable in your script so that you can access the content of the CSV ...


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That would be Item, ID is 0x01. For a complete list of the OOTB Content Types, see here http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/ms452896(v=office.14).aspx


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I suggest you to use google... http://www.codeproject.com/Tips/634208/Create-and-Deploy-Custom-Timer-Job-Definition-in-S Basically make a TimerJob in Visualstudio, write your code there and let this job run once a day. Code: get list check if an item hasn't been modified since 365 days. move to other list


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The Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Phone.Runtime.dll contains the ClientRuntimeContext class, which Represents the runtime context for accessing data from remote objects, and invoking methods on remote objects. There is a great write-up here. Essentially: When working with the managed client object model we start with creating a ClientContext class (in ...


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You don't mention what version of SPServices you are using, this I assume a not-current one. :) The first thing you want to do is use the latest version of SPServices. Marc has already addressed the several issues that the latest SP patches introduced to his utilities, including the widely used CascadeDropdowns (he has written blog post about this). With ...


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To create a form that would submit items to multiple lists, you should: Add some elements to your main list form, probably arranging them in a certain way. If those elements aren't related to fields as I suspect from your description, best way to do it would be to leverage OnPostRender CSR event and then use HTML5 selectors or jQuery to insert your HTML ...


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Using an event receiver: You can check the last added item, then increment it with 1. Then modify the number as 2014/001, 2014/002 and ect... No need to have workflows. Another way is having a property bag value which stores the last added id, then increment it by 1 and save, set that value to the number to the list item. This too can be done using an ...


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It is really depend upon you requirement. from simplest way to workflow to event receiver. Simple way is using the calculted column use the workflow( personally i dont like this) event Reciever: By using this strategy, users have advantage to edit the existing values, we can also avoid it by making field read-only on feature activation. Using item event ...


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try this one: var url = ctx.HttpRoot+"/_layouts/regionalsetng.aspx?Type=User"; $.get(url,function(data){ $(data).find("select[name=ctl00$PlaceHolderMain$ctl00$ctl00$DdlwebLCID]").find(":selected").each(function(){ var lcid = $(this).attr("value"); var cultureInfo = $(this).text(); }); }); ...


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For subsites, if you want to delete that folder after the web is provisioned, you can use the SPWebEventReceiver's WebProvisioned event. Here is an Example. The event receiever as per the documentation, wont work when root web of the site collection is created. In this case, you can Staple a feature to the mysite so that when a mysite is created, the ...


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You will have to create a feature which will get activated on creation of all my site and write code to delete the default folder programmatically. You will have to make use of feature stapling technique to achieve this. Template Name for my site template is SPSMSITEHOST#0. Follow this blog for feature stapling .


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The big thing about SharePoint is it has many paths for a person to go. One cannot become an expert in all. You can be a developer, administrator, UX Designer and many related fields. Given that you are familiar with ASP.NET and C#, you should do development. Also when it come to development, now with SharePoint 2013 everyone is trying to make moves ...


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Unfortunately you cannot create a heading under another heading or a link under another link in SharePoint. What you can do is create your own sitemap file with the hierarchy you'd like and then add it into your _app_bin folder on your web front end servers. You will also need to edit your web.config files and add a reference to your custom sitemap. Find ...


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Here are few more interesting links to get you as much information about the problem as possible: SP 2010: Sharepoint 2010: How to add menu items at 3 or more level in quick launch -part 2 3 level navigation in Sharepoint 2010 3rd Level Navigation (Sharepoint 2010) SP 2013: SharePoint 2013 top link bar extended dropdown 3rd Level SharePoint SharePoint ...


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You can do it using the coding and change the CSS. For sharepoint 2013 http://www.ashokraja.me/post/Create-a-Multilevel-Hierarchical-Menu-in-SharePoint-2013-with-SuiteBar-Branding-Delegate-Control.aspx For SharePoint 2010: http://answers.flyppdevportal.com/categories/sharepoint2010/sharepoint2010general.aspx?ID=f224e1af-613c-46ad-9863-997c10fdf926 ...


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I have copied data from excel to sharepoint multiple times using the datasheet view. Do you really need that column for your list? You could easily change it to something like an "Assigned to:" column. If you really need to keep it, then I suggest you modify the view so the person/group column comes first and make sure it is not a required field. Then go ...


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It would throw errors at you if the web part is not deployed as a feature on the destination server. You need to package the web part via the Publish option, then use powershell to deploy the feature on the destination server and any errors present will no longer appear.


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I think you may be looking for Office Web Apps. They allow PowerPoint documents to open in the browser. Then you can click "Start Slide Show" in the top menu. If so, I recommend reading Use Office Web Apps with SharePoint 2013.


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Content Query WebPart is a good solution, but since you are using SharePoint 2013, you can use SharePoint 2013 new feature Content Search WebPart, this is also very good. Following are the steps to achieve the goal: Requirement: I have couple of lists in the SharePoint, I need top show them in webpart in list format. Solution: I have four lists in the ...


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You'd want to wrap your description like this: <div style="font-size:12px; font-family:arial;"> <xsl:value-of disable-output-escaping="yes" select="description"/> </div> This may or may not work properly if the descriptions from the feed have inline styling as those would take priority over styles from the div wrapper.


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Something like: <xsl:for-each select="channel/item"> <h1><a href="{link}" target="_new"><xsl:value-of select="title"/></a></h1><br/> <xsl:value-of disable-output-escaping="yes" select="description"/><br/> </xsl:for-each> or <xsl:for-each select="channel/item"> ...


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Education. If your user training does not change their behaviour, you need to go up the food chain. Talk to the users' manager(s). Explain how their employees' behaviour impacts negatively on the performance/efficiency/effectiveness of the process/business. Run a quick analysis on how much it costs the business to carry the behaviour of these users. ...


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According to the post I linked in my above comment, and this one. Wildcard can be a solution to use SSL for multiples IIS sites. But as you bought 2 certificates, I would advice you to create/use another IP, or use host header, depending of your IIS Versions.


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If you're talking about a list, not a document library, then you can do this: Go to list settings -> advanced settings -> Read access: Specify which items users are allowed to read select: Read items that were created by the user. Same setting for "edit access". On document libraries this option is not available, I don't know why. There you could try ...



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