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So I found out what the problem was, someone changed a few configurations in the users repository. I had a line to get the context, and from that context I took the info I needed, users, Item's description, etc. After getting the context I would use a parser to retreive each info separatly. By changing the way the username is displayed, it messed up my ...


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your code doesnt show anything todo with the timer itself, just adding some data to cell... 1) bind the list through your code to a table or what ever container your using, like splistview: http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/42399/DataBinding-to-SPListItemCollection 2) now create the timer on the page within code behind to refresh the page x ammount of ...


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# SharePoint cmdlets Add-PsSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell # Set variables $WebAppName = "Contoso Sharepoint1" $WebAppHostHeader = "sharepoint1.contoso.com" $WebAppPort = 80 $WebAppAppPool = "SharePoint1AppPool" # This User has to be a Sharepoint Manager Account $WebAppAppPoolAccount = "contoso\sp_serviceuser" $WebAppDatabaseName = "Sharepoint1" ...


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When you set the Calculated datatype to Number in SP2010, SP2013 or Office365 the contents of the Calculated Column is interpreted as HTML without the need for any additional coding. In SP2013 the proper way to do it is coding CSR/JSlink but the above workaround (setting datatype to Number) still works your example ="<DIV><a ...


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Well AFAIK (and as opposed to what Nikhil says), it is not possible to "merge" your FBA and STS users. For instance, the meaning of your FBA claim (i:0#.f|fba|user1) is this: The part before the first | is created by Sharepoint; you can't modify it. It depends on the provider type, the identity claim, and other stuff. Details about this encoding may be ...


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In the Custom STS , while adding the to SharePoint group edit the code to add user with (i:0#.f|fba|user1) . Since Sharepoint knows both your authentication providers , it should accept it .


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I know for SP 2010 it didn't matter but in SP 2013, you need to have your OWAS published through TMG as well for it to work correctly for external users. This is because SharePoint just iframes in a url to the OWAS (see fiddler trace screenshot below). But I would not expect a permission error to be the result of having this not configured correctly. ...


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You can check the Browser name and version from javascript code like: navigator.sayswho= (function(){ var ua= navigator.userAgent, tem, M= ua.match(/(opera|chrome|safari|firefox|msie|trident(?=\/))\/?\s*(\d+)/i) || []; if(/trident/i.test(M[1])){ tem= /\brv[ :]+(\d+)/g.exec(ua) || []; return 'IE '+(tem[1] || ''); } ...


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About the mapping of "http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/.../name": The New-SPTrustedIdentityTokenIssuer cmdlet has a parameter "-IdentityClaim". The claim type you specify as an identity claim is "encoded" by Sharepoint into the "http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/.../name" claim. I don't think you must configure anything special here, just specify a claim sent by your ...


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you can use STSADM also for deployment following below steps: 1) Navigate to path C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\15\BIN 2)run STSADM.EXE 3)execute the command for backup stsadm -o backup -filename c:\filename.bak -url http://sourceurl 4)execute the command for restore stsadm -o restore -filename c:\filename.bak ...


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If customizations are only editing the css and designer then you have couple of choices. Options # 1 Backup you site collections at dev farm using Backup-spsite Move the backup file to destination server(prod). Now restore the Site collection using Restore-Spsite command. This will restore all site level customization. Options # 2 Backup the Content ...


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I don't know if this can be considered a duplicate question, since the wording is different. Mail enabled lists are not available in SharePoint Online. An alternative is using Site Mailboxes or third-party add-ons.


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Did you also do the exchange configuration part? Please refer to this excellent howto: http://sharepointgeorge.com/2010/configuring-incoming-email-sharepoint-2010/ It describes SharePoint2010 & Exchange2010 but also applies 100% to SharePoint 2013. If you use Exchange 2013 your way to configure will differ, because it has a new web-based interface.


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There is no way to directly view the externalized BLOBs in the filesystem. If you have a small setup, you can try to upload a text-file and match the files on the basis of filesize and creation date. If you open the externalized file you will see that it is no longer your original text-file you uploaded to SharePoint. You should also consider that one file ...


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There are a number of ways to handle this, but here is one: Create a solution package that deploys the files directly to _layouts. Put each version in a separate folder, for example _layouts/jQuery/1.11.1/ and so on so you can introduce new versions without breaking solutions built on older versions. As far as referencing jQuery in your pages, you can add ...


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The best way I have found to do this is to just go ahead and load them into your masterpage. Use this link here in the head: <SharePoint:ScriptLink language="javascript" name="MyJquery.js" defer="true" runat="server"/> The script link tag will always point to the /_LAYOUTS/1033 folder so put your JQuery file there. This line would load the page ...


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I think the problem is that you have not put the code of ListViewWebPart inside <![CDATA[]]> tag. Something like this: <View List="Lists/ClientCalendar" BaseViewID="2" Type="CALENDAR" WebPartZoneID="Content Zone" WebPartOrder="1" ID="ClientCalandar"> <![CDATA[ <WebPart ...


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You don't need to call GetItemById, once you upload the file you will be able to access its List Item. Try this: public static void UploadVideo(SPList list,string fileName,IDictionary<string,object> properties) { SPFile file; using (var fileStream = File.OpenRead(fileName)) { var urlOfFile = ...


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Check whether you have limited what templates were available in the site via the /_layouts/AreaTemplateSettings.aspx page (typically only available in a publishing site). You might want to check to make sure that all templates are available for creating sites. Also check with the publishing feature as it should be activated while creating template sub-site. ...


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this type of the issue basically arise due to Heavy Ram usage by Seach Host Cotroller(noderunner.exe) or if your server is under heavy load. **Search Host Controller Service**This service manages the search topology components. The service is automatically started on all servers that run search topology components. So how much Ram you have and how many ...


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try the below method. In SharePoint 2010, it is easy to put list or library data from a sub-site on a top level site in the same site collection, and it doesn’t entail creating any special web parts or breaking any pages off of the site definition! Here’s how: Open the browser and go to the list or library that you want to ultimately display on another ...


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To limit search results to a particular site collection, you can create a new result source and use it in your search webpart. Here is a quick guide to implement it. If you do not want to create a new result source, in your content search webpart switch to the advanced mode. You will see a Keyword filter and property filter. Here you can set the criteria ...


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Max size of content database is 4 TB. Max of user profiles is 2,000,000 per service application The limites are describeded here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262787(v=office.15).aspx


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I found the problem accidentally, by looking what I might have done wrong. I was looking to Claims Walkthrough and noticed, that they register token issuer using C# code, so decided to do the same and they used provider realm "https://intranet.contoso.com/_trust/", so I just changed it to have my domain, while leaving "_trust" part - and it started to work, ...


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I saw this error when an InfoPath tried to pull the User information through a User Profile service (GetUserProfilebyName). I followed the steps in this post and was able to resolve the issue. http://blogs.technet.com/b/rajbugga/archive/2013/08/07/infopath-over-claims-authentication-sharepoint-2010-amp-2013.aspx Hope this helps.


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I was missing the checkboxes as well. I went to Library Settings > Views/All Documents > Style > Changed to Default View (it was on Basic Table View) And the checkboxes have returned.


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the "!Important" has to have a small "i". Don't know if that will help you in this case though. It sounds like you have done something to artifacts that SharePoint adds only when admin and therefore lacks the possibility to add a scroll to the workspace element. Do you use "float" or anything like that in the CSS ?


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I've run into the same issue recently and came across the following MS support article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2674684 This is assuming you're running the workflow timer on multiple servers and one of those doesn't have the web application service running.


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I have an easy solution to this. Requirement is hiding the ECB context menu of the listItem. In my requirement I wanted to show only View,Edit,Delete options on hover of the listitem menu I wanted to hide the 'Workflows', 'Compliance Details' and 'Shared With'. Answer is : First click on the settings button ->EditPage->Add webpart->under Media and ...


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Only this types can be displayed as additional fields: Single line of text Number Date Date and Time Calculeted single line of text External data: OnHandQuantity More info here


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Hi to get the data from the custom SharePoint list you can use the lists.asmx webservice. You can do something like this (function ($) { //Get Elements from a custom list var ListName ="Custom "; var url = document.URL; if (url.indexOf("https://") != -1) { var urllink = document.location.href.replace("https://", ""); var prefix = "https://"; ...


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$(document).ready(function() { ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(function getData(){ //your code to get data from sharepoint list. }, "sp.js"); }); load sp.js and then your code to retrieve list data http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/jj245759(v=office.15).aspx


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You may just need to specify your custom column in the request. Replace: context.load(items); With: context.load(items, 'Include(owl)');


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We had a similar situation (well, without CEO and only three levels). I can't remember all the details right now- I'm at home. First, we created a list that holds the LOB, Program,Project info. The fields were: Name: LOB1, LOB2,project1 etc (unique!!!!) S/N : serial number (unique) Father's serial number (-1 for CEO) SP group : SP group that ...


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Unfortunatly, no. You can only reach what is within your site collection using SPD Workflow Designer. You can make your workflow in VS, or you can use SPServices to update your list on the other site colleciton using JQuery. UPDATE: For clarity, use a CEWP on your page you want to copy from. Then in your CEWP do something like this using SPServices and ...


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Both dlls are deployed to folders beneath the SharePoint root when you install SharePoint 2010. So when you coding you will need to add them in C# code manually . Similarly you do the same with Silverlight apps using C# .


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Client object model is newly introduced in SharePoint 2010 and it is a subset of Server Object model. As SharePoint’s object model is served based, many times developers want to write applications that need to talk to SharePoint from a client operating system and from client applications. Client object model brings a major portion of that rich server-side ...


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These dlls are used for using Client object model in Sharepoint. That is using this you can connect to sharepoint and perform operations on Sharepoint site. With the client-side object model, developers have the ability to perform core SharePoint functionality by using C# (managed client object model).Client Side Object Model (CSOM) enables you to program ...


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You can save yourself a lot of steps with Udocx form recognition if the student ID is on the document. After you press the 'scan' button it'll upload your documents to SharePoint and auto-fill the column. Check the Udocx website for more information.


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Provision the service and re-start IIS. This was resolved in one of the CU updates. By the way on which SharePoint-CU version you are ?


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I changed the text type from 'Enhanced Rich Text' to 'Rich text' in the column setting(through List setting) from SharePoint and it worked for me.


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You probably want to create an event receiver that will do this. You can use the ItemAdded and the ItemUpdated events. Once an item is created or updated, it will go out and find the attachments and insert them into another field called "AttachmentUrls" or something of that nature. This is somewhat pseudocode, so the syntax needs to be checked. public ...


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The short answer is "Yes". That's all there is to it. There is a nuance since you are replacing the Central Admin server. If you are going to use the Config Wizard you need to: "Add the server to an existing farm" and specify the current config DB. On the last page of the wizard you need to hit the additional settings (or advanced settings, I don't have ...


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1) you can check the conditions or directly change the classes through user control using below c# code: if (condition) div.Attributes["class"] = "newClass"; 2) using Jquery you can use the below code: $('div').removeClass("currentClass").addClass('newClass');


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which version of SharePoint are you referring? 1) In SharePoint 2010 and earlier it was possible to edit the users directly from a SharePoint web application site, as long as the default membership provider was set to the membership provider you were going to edit. 2) This is no longer possible in SharePoint 2013, as previous versions of SharePoint ran ...


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try restarting SQL Server (SharePoint) service. it would release some unneeded resources.


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Enable auditing in the Site Settings of your site collection and you can use the reports generated by SharePoint to track user activity. However, that is limited to only what they access within that SharePoint site collection and would definitely not track external links. If auditing is not enabled now, then it is also limited only to future actions. If you ...


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SQL server by DESIGN will always eat up as much ram as you throw at it if you have databases of sufficient size. Have a 32GB database and 32GB of memory ... SQL by default will eat all of it. You can configure SQL to limit the amount of memory it will consume however. Lets say you have 16GB of memory in your system try limiting the SQL buffer to 10GB, that ...


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Since SharePoint Online/Office 365 relies on Claims authentication use: SharePointOnlineCredentials class to provide credentials to access SharePoint Online resources. specify X-FORMS_BASED_AUTH_ACCEPTED HTTP header The following example demonstrates how to consume SharePoint Search REST using HttpWebRequest class: public static ...


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The Search results have results which the particular user does not have access to . That is why you receive forbidden error . While using the REST API provides a much more succinct way to retrieve data, there are apparently areas where you’ll need to use the more robust CSOM.



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