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Did you check the loopback settings? Can't pass authentication to browse a sharepoint site Also, is you AAM setup to support those other urls?


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What you can probably do is to import you saved site (the .wsp file) into Visual Studio. You will then need to add a new Feature and give the the FARM scope. Add the module or element that holds the WebTemplate feature that defines the site to this new Feature. Make sure you remove the module or element from the feature it was originally in. Repackage the ...


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So, I came across this as well. Before we updated to November 2014 CU, all was working as expected. The Dropdowns were displaying their usual Complex behaviour before the upgrade, but for some reason, not after. I spent a day tearing what is left of my hair out, before I thought to look at a decompile of the code that renders a lookup field (in ...


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If you create a basic forms library and create and publish a simple InfoPath form to that forms library, you'll notice that when you create a new form (via add document) and save it, SharePoint will automatically populate the out-of-the-box Title field with the name of the form (111.xml). You should change the library's default view to show you the Title so ...


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1) do not use the ribbon for this, use custom infopath buttons 2) check this Custom Buttons 3) I'm going to post a blog entry on how to link an infopath form with a workflow, but as my native launguage is not english, Im doing both versions so it is taking a little more than expected. but as soon as it is ready I'm going to paste the link here.


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In order to create a redundant topology for load balancing and high availability. You need to make sure Search topology properly configured. As long as same services are running on multiple servers, SharePoint will use its internal Load Balancer. You need to deploy Admin Component, Crawl Component, Analytics Processing Component, Content Processing ...


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To automate SharePoint backup process, there are typically 2 steps: 1) Create 2 PowerShell scripts to do the backup using Backup-SPFarm One script for full backup One script for differential backup 2) Create 2 Windows Scheduler Tasks to run these Powershell scripts, typically One daily task for differential backup One weekly task for full backup ...


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Only to add: Views with large numbers of items rendered by JavaScript on the client can be slow, too. Like when you use a lot of Client-Side Rendering transformations or set Item Limit to something like 100 or more items per page, or when you edit a long list using JSGrid.


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Check this, mentioned in detailed.. http://www.moresharepoints.blogspot.in/2015/01/update-vs-systemupdate-in-sharepoint.html PCM


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You are correct SP02 is a web front end in this case. The service which makes a SharePoint server web front end is Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Web Application service. If it is started in a server, it becomes web front end.


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Assuming your users are entering items via the New Item form, rather than via datasheet view or inline editing, you can add JavaScript to the New Item and Edit Item forms that will retrieve the content type ID from the query string parameters (if specified) and store it in a text field on the form. You can then reference that text field instead of ...


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Possibly you can write some jQuery and Javascript and fix it in the browser instead of the Site Columns. It is easier to maintain and does not contain any Server Side code.


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As stated by @Ram in the comments, the difference between the two methods is that Update() modifies the item's timestamps and version whereas SystemUpdate() simply applies the changes without making the item appear to be modified. This is useful for items that need to be administratively changed without affecting the record of their change. For example, if ...


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Use tokens in your custom action definition to pass values to the new form. More on this here: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/ff458385%28v=office.15%29.aspx Add another custom action with code behind to handle the new form OnLoad event: <CustomAction Id="NewFormCustomActionId" Location="NewFormToolbar" ...


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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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Event Receivers are Asynchronous and they are getting executed in a separate thread. To make your requirement work, the first thing you need to do it make the event Synchronous. For that you can use the Sysnchronization property of the Receiver Definition ReceiverDefinition.Synchronization=SPEventReceiverSynchronization.Synchronous; Now the ItemUpdating ...


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Basically, you can't do that as SP Context is not available in Event Receivers and vice versa. The SPLongOperation wouldn't know when the event receiver has finished it's work.


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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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Foundation does not have the option as the "Sharepoint Server Publishing feature" is needed for allowing inheriting of masterpage by child sites from the parent site. However you can use powershell to achieve the same effect $site = Get-SPSite http://sharepoint $site | Get-SPWeb -limit all | % { $_.CustomMasterUrl = "/_catalogs/masterpage/CUSTOM.master" ...


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You need to find out which is the crawled property for this metadata and add it to the ExcludeFromSummary managed metadata property. Don't forget to start a full crawl after you modify the property.


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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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SharePoint's internal version numbers apply to the internal version numbers of Microsofts Office Products. Version 13 is skipped for reasons of superstition (triskaidekaphobia, the aversion to the number 13). So indeed, Office/SharePoint 2007 is internally versioned 12, and Office/SharePoint 2010 is 14.


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hive folder indicates the major version number. %CommonProgramFiles%\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions##, where ## indicates the major SharePoint version Reference https://habaneroconsulting.com/insights/The-SharePoint-Hive


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If someone has to validate these characters with a regex (js or C#), the following regex will work: /^([^\~|\#|\%|\&|\*|\{|\}|\\|\:|\<|\>|\?|\/|\||\"])+$/ That will be something like: "Match anything except for the following characters any number of times" (I am not very good at regexs so, please correct me if I'm wrong)


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First of all there is no direct way to migrate 2007 to 2013. Its a two step process where you need to migrate to 2010 and then 2013. For more on the migration topic you can check this - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee947141%28v=office.15%29.aspx To get the artifacts a console application will be much more easier because of the Rich SeverSide ...


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You should implement this in the master page. First you need to get a gif image. Then using CSS center the image. <img src="loading.gif" id="imgLoading"/> #imgLoading { position:absolute; width:100px; /*image width */ height:100px; /*image height */ left:50%; top:50%; margin-left:-50px; /*image width/2 */ ...


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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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You can find the Build Version using PowerShell (Get-SPFarm).BuildVersion Now you can use that number against this http://blogs.technet.com/b/steve_chen/archive/2010/09/29/build-numbers-cube-sheet-for-sharepoint-2010.aspx and check the description to find the SP and CU installed. Below is screen capture of that table


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To use this you need SharePoint Standard or Enterprise. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/microsoft.office.documentmanagement.documentsets.documentset(v=office.14).aspx The DLL will be placed in location C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\ISAPI


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Here is the good article you can refer: SharePoint 2013 Variations. It is in-built SharePoint feature that you can use to achieve multilingual SharePoint site. Also refer this: Overview of SharePoint 2013 Multilingual Features If you are thinking to implement this for SharePoint Online, read this article: How to: set up multilingual intranet sites in ...


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Content databases contain all content (sites, lists, libraries, items, permissions, etc.). See here for list of different database types in SharePoint Foundation 2007. Test the migrated site collection thoroughly, but as it is SharePoint Foundation, content database is most probably all you need - provided that you are ready to configure few things in ...


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You can't directly migrate 2007 to 2013. To start with you should migrate 2007 to 2010, and then 2010 to 2013. The ideal migration strategy is Content Database Migration Prepare to upgrade First upgrade: Upgrade the content to SharePoint 2010 Products Second upgrade: Upgrade the content to SharePoint 2013 Start serving requests on the SharePoint 2013 ...


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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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The Office application is trying to access the document directly from the server which has to communicate with the server to determine what type of server that's accessing the file and what web authoring protocol is available. Anytime a new process tries to access the server, the Office application will require renegoiation. There are different resolutions ...


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You can do this by creating a workflow variable of type DateTime and then assigning its default value to Current Date


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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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As per my understanding there are two solutions to this 1. Using client side scripting In this case you should edit the new/edit form and add JavaScript which goes and check if FirstName + ' ' + LastName already exists in the list. For that you can use SPServices and then handle this validation on PreSaveAction method. This approach will provide a good ...


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You should login with different account other than System Account. System Account is not allowed to run workflows for security purposes. Read more about why it is blocked. http://blogs.technet.com/b/victorbutuza/archive/2009/03/14/workflows-do-not-start.aspx


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Workflow is not the ideal technical solution for this requirement. If possible use a timer job that runs every day and process based on a configuration list. I will provide step on how to implement this via a workflow, but it will be tricky to implement You can create a custom list with following fields User - Person field Order - Number field Now you ...


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Sorry for the delay! Start by right clicking "Features" and add, You want the scope to be site (which means site collection level). This is because masterpages sit at the sc level. Theoretically you can put them anywhere and just reference them properly, but then some pages get all wonky. Add the SharePoint Folders; Layouts and Images (right click on the ...


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what your asking for has already been asked: Are there any SharePoint virtual machines available from Microsoft? and http://www.matthewjbailey.com/sharepoint-2013-dev-environment/ part of developing and deploying in sharepoint is setting up sharepoint from scratch and that means reading up on sharepoint deployment and architecture! what if somthing goes ...


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Free of charge is SharePoint foundation, but only version 2010 can be installed on the client system like Windows 7 Pro. If you want to play with SharePoint foundation 2013 you have to install it on the server system. Most of us for this purpose use virtualization (hyper-v, vmware, etc) - we create virtual machine on our PC, which hosts our SharePoint server ...


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As a note to folks looking for a solution to this question for Office 365 or SharePoint 2013, you can edit the message using JS Link and CSR. For details and example code see this blog post: http://www.idubbs.com/blog/2015/jslink-csr-to-override-there-are-no-items-to-show-in-this-view/


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You can add rules to validate each field and display an error message if it fails. Adding validation rules to controls in a form template ensures that the data collected is accurate and consistent. When you add a text control, users can type anything into it. However, if you want to restrict users to entering an email address, then use a validation rule ...


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The site template does not include any of the localized strings. You should open up the wsp file and manually add those. Language support for Help Desk application template


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You can use InfoPath 2010 with SharePoint 2007 to design form templates (with or without code) for publishing on SharePoint 2007, but must remember to first set the compatibility. InfoPath 2010 offers 5 form types for compatibility with the latest and previous versions of InfoPath: Web Browser Form InfoPath Filler Form Web Browser Form (InfoPath 2007) ...


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If anyone experiences the same problem, I solved with the following JQuery snippet: $( document ).ready(function() { if ($("div[field='LinkTitle']").length>0) { $("div[field='LinkTitle']").attr("onmouseover","OnItem(this); PPFix()"); var onmouseoverParent = ...


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Please check out Akarsh Gupta's link for screenshot and prerequisites. Here is a brief summary of the steps. Have your IT team create a domain user for installation. This user should have your server's local administrator role. Make sure your server have Internet connection. Download the SharePoint 2013 installation media. Run the media with setup.bat. You ...


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You can get the login name from the user profile as illustrated below: foreach (UserProfile userProfile in profileManager) { string loginName = userProfile["AccountName"][0] as string; Console.WriteLine(loginName); }



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