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Yes it will not get set. Workaround is Add field and set DisplayName="thisDoesNotSet" Now SharePoint will set both Display and Internal to thisDoesNotSet Update Display Name to this gets set


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Here is the 2007 solution, think it should work for 2013 as well: http://blogs.technet.com/b/sushrao/archive/2009/03/26/microsoft-office-sharepoint-server-2007-moss-403-forbidden-error-when-clicked-on-search-settings-page.aspx


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My understanding is you are creating a custom webpart and writing code to download some files from a document library and configured the webpart on an anonymous page for anonymous users to allow them to download the files from some secured document library. If I am correct, please make sure you are elevating the privileges. Wrap your code with the following ...


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While you should really keep in mind what Robert suggested in the above comment, if all you need is to try to resolve a name to a SharePoint user like the people picker does, you should have a look at the SPUtility class methods SPUtility.SearchPrincipals and SPUtility.ResolvePrincipal for example: bool hasReachedTheMaxCount= false; ...


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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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Please check below. Make Sure the Root Certificate Added into trusted Root Chain. Make Sure the internet access to the Store feature ACTIVATED Make sure your app domain works fine. Make sure App Management Service and Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Subscription Settings Service is started on your server. Make sure App Management Service Application and ...


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You mention both SPD and source code? With code, it would be a custom web part or SharePoint app (aka add-in), which are both developer tasks. But this can be done with SPD with no code. Just set up an "external content type". Here's one tutorial, but there are many others: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/ee557243%28v=office.14%29.aspx ...


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You can develop the apps in the SharePoint Foundation 2013 but with Limitation. Even MSFT mentioned all the below features avaiable in foundation but limitation. They put 1 with it. 1 Means: Certain app authoring features require user profiles, which aren’t available in SharePoint Foundation 2013. Conclusion : Yes you can build the apps but not fully ...


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Yes, you can run SharePoint 2013 apps in SharePoint Foundation 2013, but with some limitation, as Some apps may be written to leverage client side code that will only work in SharePoint Server. Those Apps won't work in Foundation. For example, an app that interacts with the User Profile Service wouldn't work in Foundation since the User Profile ...


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User profile service is not available in the foundation version. You need to have SharePoint Standard or SharePoint Enterprise. SharePoint Server 2013 Features – Foundation vs Standard vs Enterprise Edit I see now that Microsoft states that you can develop apps in SharePoint Foundation. However, i can't see how you can follow the article for setting up a ...


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You will need a server X between Office 365 and SharePoint. X must have access to internet, but you can of course limit it using firewall not to be open to anything else except receiging mail from Exchange Online. On X you'd install SMTP Server that can receive email from Exchange Online. Received email will end up in the Drop folder on server X. From ...


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The following JavaScript function when called will pop up the browse dialog in a modal window and if the user makes a selection will return an array of four elements: element 0: guids of list, web element 1: base URL (e.g./sites/sitecollection2) element 2: library display name (e.g. Documents) element 3: library URL (e.g. /sites/sitecollection2/Shared ...


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A workaround to the problem was to handle the Enter keypress event for the textbox via JQuery as follows: $(document).ready(function () { $("#<%= TextBox1.ClientID %>").keypress(function (e) { if (e.keyCode == 13) { $("#<%= Button1.ClientID %>").click(); e.preventDefault ? e.preventDefault() : e.returnValue ...


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If you run code with elevated privileges, it will have ALL permissions, you have to take care yourself to avoid any unwanted Actions. All you could do is create a user, which has read Access to the requested lists and run the Service-Wrapper under that user (you would have to find a way to impersonate the user) The best strategy is, to give the users Read ...


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I had a list where I needed to edit multiple items and used the following process to get it done; Select the list view from the toolbar ribbon and then select Datasheet view from the submenu items. This will convert your view to an excel like spread sheet. Sort the columns and then sort by the column you want to edit to have the target cells listed ...


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Not sure what is the issue with my current webapplication. But I have created new web application and same is working fine.


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please make sure, that every file which is linked in the masterpage (css, pictures...) is minimum in version 1.0. (Checkin as Major Version). I've struggled a lot with 401 unauthorized exception in masterpages. You have to find out, which file is not published.


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FolderPath = "http://YOUR-SharePoint-Site/sites/sales/documents/Invoices"; SPFolder TargetFolder = SPContext.Current.Web.GetFolder(FolderPath); Target.Item["Name"] = "Invoices 2014"; Target.Item.Update(); Read more: Here `


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As per SharePoint best practices, Any update directly to the database is not going to a viable solution and supported. so use only the object model or CSOM or the supported way for this.


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Microsoft failed to include IE11 browser support even after SharePoint 2013 SP1 The fix is to run the site in compatibility mode until SharePoint officially supports Internet Explorer 11. Or install IE 10. or try this workaround


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Their no OOTB way to handle these kind of situation. One workaround i am thinking,If both files are identical then upload both files in SharePoint library. After that you can use PowerQuery to Consolidate both files and then create the list on the basis of new file. Consolidate Multiple Excel Files in SharePoint using PowerQuery Another method, create a ...


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This feature is not available as OOTB. but you can develop custom solutions as below develop office add-on's which can interact with SharePoint and merge from two excel sources in to single list. create two lists and the develop ribbon action with a custom layouts page say "export" in which the list data will be updated to the final target based on list ...


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I had enabled FBA on an existing site and was seeing this when I opened up the site to test that the settings 'took'. The issue appears to have been with cookies, clearing cookies and closing the browser cleared up the issue for me.


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In my case the g.cs file was missing and I have then create a new control on ascx page. I have added asp button control and add onclick event and I found that g.cs file has been created automatically and it is running now. This is for Sand box solution as well as for On premise solution.


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If you have Static objects then the associated SPSite/SPWeb/SPList object will get used by different threads (in your case two web part code might get executed in different threads). Hence to resolve you can try removing static.


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The error The request includes 8 $expand segment(s), but the maximum allowed is 7. is encountered since the maximum number of related entities that can be included in a single request by using the $expand operator for LINQ to SharePoint provider is set to 7 About DataServiceConfiguration DataServiceConfiguration Class is used to manage the ...


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Looks like this is migrated site( from 2007) because the AssetTrackingAssetsList(75a0fea7-625d-4b31-be9e-24cee53d0d7) is part of fab 40 packages in Moss 2007. Now either you need to upgrade and deploy that package in 2010 if you are still using that template. Or you can use the SharePoint admin tool to clean up the stuff from the site collection. here is ...


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Feature with ID 75a0fea7-625d-4b31-be9e-24cee53d0d72 is missing in your farm. This feature represent Site Feature AssetTrackingAssetsList and is available in solution ApplicationTemplateCore.wsp. So to resolve you should deploy that solution into the farm.


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Asset Library is avaiable in the SharePoint Foundation 2013, You can add it following the below steps. Browse to the site where you want to create the library. In the Quick Launch, click Site Contents. Under Lists, Libraries, and other Apps, click Add an app. NOTE To create an Asset Library, you must have permission to create lists. If you don't have ...


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Looks Like this hard limit set Looking around the web I found that for MS Dynamics CRM 2011 this value is configurable (see MaxExpandCount here), at the same time it turned out the same value is hard-coded for SharePoint in the InitializeService method of ListDataService (Microsoft.SharePoint.Linq namespace in Microsoft.SharePoint.Linq.DataService assembly ...


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Try foreach (ListItem listitem in allitems) { DataRow row = table.NewRow(); //Multi Line Text if(listitem["Comments"] != null) row["Comments"] = listitem["Comments"].ToString(); //Number int tempId = 0; if(listitem["EmployeeID"] != null && int.TryParse(listitem["EmployeeID"].ToString(), out tempId)) ...


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It seems this issue is happening because you can using timeout for manipulating the DOM Elements. Try below $(document).ready(function(){ $('a[href*="DispForm.aspx"]').on("hover",function(){ alert('Mouse Hover'); }); });


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When you delete a site collection, it deleted for end user but still exist in the sharepoint recylce bin called Central admin Recycle Bin(Accessable via PowerShell). in order to compeltly remove a site collection,please follow these steps. delete a site collection. Now run the get-spsdeletedSite on server and you will see the recent deleted site ...


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There is a possibility that this site collection still resides in the site collection "Recycling Bin" and retained for 90 days. Please verify that this item has been cleared from the Recycling Bin. For more information, you can see the following site upon what happens after a site collection is deleted.


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No, there is no supported way to change the Site Collection Default Language once it is created. So you can delete the exisiting site collection and recreate the site collection with correct language, but this way you will lose all content. other way, you can create another Site collection with new language and then manually copy the data from old site to ...


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SharePoint Server 2013 Windows Services Document Conversions Launcher for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 (DCLauncher15) Document Conversions Load Balancer for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 (DCLoadBalancer15) SharePoint Server Search 15 (OSearch15) SharePoint Administration (SPAdminV4) SharePoint Search Host Controller (SPSearchHostController) ...


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Date.prototype.addDays = function(days) { var date = new Date(this.valueOf()) date.setDate(date.getDate() + days); return date; } function getBusinessDates(startDate, endDate) { var dates = new Array(); var curDate = startDate; while (curDate <= endDate) { var dayOfWeek = curDate.getDay(); var isWeekend = ...


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Gets or sets the URL to which users are redirected when they browse to the folder. A string that contains the URL to which users are redirected. For a wiki site, the string specifies a site-relative URL, for example, MyWikiFolder/MyWelcomePage.aspx, but for a wiki library, the string specifies a folder-relative URL, for example, MyWelcome.aspx. ...


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That property is used by Publishing sites to set the Home Page. SPWeb.RootFolder.WelcomePage You can also use similar technic to set List welcome page SPList.RootFolder.WelcomePage We can't have a welcome page for each of the sub folders. Folder is a container of items and it doesn't make sense to have a separate welcome page for folders.


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I faced the same problem, but couldn't install Search Server Express (won't install on Windows 7) nor could I install SharePoint 2010 (not Foundation) to copy the required DLLs. OS: Windows 7 Professional VS: Visual Studio Professional 2013 SP: SharePoint Foundation 2010 My steps to get this working: Download Search Server Express Extract: ...


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Yes you can have custom forms for content types. You need to set properties for the content type, and this can be done in various ways. Below is the PowerShell function which will do the job. I have not fully tested the code, but I think this can be helpful function SetCustomForms-InContentType() { param( ...


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Hi,you should use Jquery or Java script to get this done easily, Here you go, ' var newTask; $('#btnAddTask').click(function () { var taskTitle = $('#txtTaskTitle').val(); var taskDesc = $('#txtTaskDescription').val(); var ctx = new SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var taskList = ctx.get_web().get_lists().getByTitle('Tasks'); // use ...



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