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It wouldn't be a SharePoint Designer issue, but one with the SharePoint server itself. Check Central Admin to see if the Workflow, Workflow Autocleanup, and Workflow Failover timer jobs are ok for your web application. If you run a stsadm -o getproperty -pn job-workflow -url http://sp2010 do you get <Property Exist="No" />?


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Using Visual Studio you can give your Custom Sharepoint Page Anonymous Access . Edit Your Code By Changing the public partial class as below - using System; using System.Web.UI; using Microsoft.SharePoint; namespace Custom.Layouts.Custom { public partial class MyPage : UnsecuredLayoutsPageBase { protected ...


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The easiest way in my opinion is to use following CSS: <style> li.ms-core-menu-item[text="NAME OF THE ENTRY YOU WANT TO REMOVE"] {display: none !important;} </style>


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Here is the working solution - Step 1 - Edit the Library Page and Add Script Editor Web Part . Step 2 - Paste the Below Code in web part for hiding the required button from ECB Menu Item using the Button ID (Replace ID value after # ). <style type="text/css"> li.ms-core-menu-item #ID_DeleteDocItem, .ms-core-menu-separator hr { display:none; } <...


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Copy your SharedPoint document library URL for example, http://sumon-pc/sites/dc/ts/Shared Documents Open Windows Explorer, right click My Computer and select Map Network Drive Choose drive letter that you want to use, then enter the URL that you copied in step 1. Then click finish. If prompt for username and password enter your SharePoint login ...


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Try below steps: Open up the SharePoint Central Administration site. Navigate to Application Management and click on Site collection Administrators. From there you set your credential as the Site Collection Administrator for each Site Collection in each Web Application. Run the SharePoint Products and Technologies Configuration Wizard again. You'll ...


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This is a common problem and there isn’t one solution for all. Try below steps if it works for you Logon to the SharePoint Web Front End(s). The Web Front End procedures described here must be performed on every server that participates in the farm. To open Services, click Start, click Control Panel, double-click Administrative Tools, and then double-...


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Firstly, you should only be asking one question specific to your scenario, not multiple questions for which you can easily find answers on Google, Bing, etc. Secondly, the answers are: Yes, SP Foundation 2013 is supporting Visual Studio development. You can even develop Add-ins for this version. Yes, you can develop SharePoint solutions using VS ...


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Yes. SharePoint 2013 foundation is supporting visual studio development. But depends which type of solutions you want to develop. You can check the difference between SP 2013 editions here. You can use Visual studio professional 2013 for development. You can see comparison of VS here. SQL is not inbuilt in SharePoint foundation. You have to install it ...


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Click on "Respond to this Survey" (then you access to the dispForm) and then on the gear and edit the page. Insert a Content Editor Web Part or a Script Editor Web Part on top or below (where you want to have the back button) and add to this Web Part the following Code: <input type="button" value="back" onclick="window.history.back()" style="color: white;...


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You could use a workflow that is triggered on ItemChange , checks the value, and changes the permissions accordingly. SP 2010 workflows have a Workflow Action called "Replace List Item Permissions" that can change permissions. This action is only available in an impersonation step. See: http://spcycle.blogspot.hk/2012/01/how-to-create-workflow-to-change-...


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How you are adding the file? When you are adding any document in the library there is a path mentioned in the dialogue box where the files will go and reside. check if the path is correct or not. Might be you are adding in wrong way.Also go in Views and see you have selected the option as Show in Folder option. And yes Folder not recommended in SharePoint......


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Reason is that your site is on HTTPS but you are loading jQuery from HTTP. That causes this error as this is mixed content and potentially unsafe. Change the link to jQuery to use HTTPS instead and the error will disappear.


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This is a issue related to the Account permissions. weather the account being used to pull the data from the DB is not the account having permissions on that web part. check the site settings and then look the PWA user and check if that user account has permissions on the PWA and reporting DB.


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You mentioned lists & libraries, more than one... so affected is whole web or site collection? Ask for a backup from pervious day, restored in some demo/test environment. Check original permission settings on recovered collection / affected objects and ask your Site Collection admin to set them back again. Or ask SharePoint admin to give you Site ...


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I found this solution and it works well for me. I do not have the Search Server Express as part of my SP Foundation 2010 installation, so I can't answer whether this will have any affect with it. This is also a jQuery solution, albeit a little longer. This code should be places before the closing tag. <script type="text/javascript" src="https://code....


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In InfoPath you can add three sections to your form. In each section upload an image, circle, diamond, triangle. For each section use a formatting rule that looks at the status field. For the section with the green symbol, hide the section if the status is no equal to "on track". For the other sections use individual rules along the same lines. The list ...


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I finally found the answer! adding these two lines to the top of my script worked. $w = Get-SPWebApplication -Identity https://mysharepoint.org $w.GrantAccessToProcessIdentity("domain\my_username") Full script: $s = New-PSSession -ComputerName mysharepoint.org Invoke-Command -Session $s { Add-PSSnapin "Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell" $w = Get-...


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Lookup column is the answer. Check out for Look up column in internet, you will get lots of example to practice.


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Change your CreateNewRow function with below code. public partial class OrganizationChartUserControl : UserControl { //Get the List name to fetch the data from string listName = "OrgChart_Demo"; int iRowCounter = 0; string sAllNewRows = string.Empty; protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { //Fetch the data (...


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Go to Permissions for this document library under List setting of those specific lists and libraries and click on Inherit Permission from the ribbon. These will get you the parent site permission in the list . If the list and libraries were having unique permission then buddy u better run :)...


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Get in touch with the Site Collection Administrator and ask them to set the permissions of the page/list/library to inherit from the parent site.


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There is one built in: SharePoint 2010 > Edit > Insert > Web Part > Content Rollup > Table of Contents. Table of Contents webpart is used to show Sub Sites, Library, Lists, Discussions, etc... May be it can solve your problem. UPDATED If you want to use webparts than below are the best solutions available. How to create a SharePoint visual site map ...


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My error got resolved automatically after a system restart. Without any changes being made in the code or anywhere else.


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This answer does not include scope for list forms. Steps to achieve this at view level when user moves to list. Create different view based on your requirement. Remove unwanted columns from view. Create a webpart page. Give some relevant name Now Add list view webpart to it. Modify webpart Select particular view created in step 1. In audience target ...


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It sounds like you need to be able to show your users a listing of all the tasks they have open, from a number of SharePoint lists. Use a Content Search Web Part for this. It enables you to grab all tasks from all lists in your environment and show them in a single web part. It will perform much better than your current approach. It also scales better (i.e,...


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There is no technical limit but the suggested amount is around 10 - 15 content types per list/library. This is a great article explaining the benefits: http://www.nothingbutsharepoint.com/2011/09/13/how-many-content-types-do-you-need-in-sharepoint-aspx/


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There is no OOTB way to handle the Column level security. But there is workarounds available for it. You can use the custom code to hide it You can use the 2 list apporach, Master List and Child list. in child list you can show what you want to show the user from the Master list. 3 Approaches to Restricting Access to SharePoint Columns You can use the ...


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There is no hard limit defined. But if you expect users to be able to use the library and content types I would recommend using as few as possible. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262787(v=office.15).aspx#ListLibrary


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Multiple content types you can add into a SPList


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Navigate to the Master Page gallery of your site. As in SharePoint 2013 by default, for each Page Layout, two files – .aspx and html are Created (Like below for your reference). So you need to find out the proper files & delete them both.


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"Parent Content type From" should be Publishing Content Type. And then select Page. This article may give you more info:- http://blog.navantis.com/create-a-custom-page-layout-in-sharepoint-2013/


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As far as I know, there is no simple supported way to achieve this directly (I think you may be able to put together some sort of workaround that uses ASP literal controls, but even if possible I would try to avoid it). I would therefore consider another option. Since your localized text is going to be used in a JavaScript script, why don't make the ...


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This is better as it only pulls back the document libraries rather than all the lists which you then have to check in a loop. var Libraries = clientContext.LoadQuery(Web.Lists.Where(l => l.BaseTemplate == 101)); clientContext.ExecuteQuery(); Also note that I've used the BaseTemplate property which has more granularity than BaseType. You can get ...


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While I realize this response is very delayed, it may help the next person. I am understanding this question as follows: A filter has been applied to an attribute of a folder, and while the folders filter properly in the view, the contents of the folder do not display when a specific folder is accessed. This is very easy. Modify the view, expand the ...


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You have to go to Site settings in your team site you have created. Goto site settings >> under look and feel >> click on site theme >>inherit theme from parent site. find the screen shot below


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Add your site in the trusted site zone in IE. Check which version of Microsoft Office is installed in your machine and compare the same with the machines where it is working. If possible run a office repair. Also please provide the file name which you are trying to open. Does it contain any special character like + - etc.


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It's for SharePoint 2010 Please follow the below steps: Go to root level In Site Collection >> Site Actions >> Site Settings >> Site Collection Administration section >> Site collection features There is one feature named SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure >> Click 'Activate' button Then go to subsite Site Actions >> Site Settings >> Look ...


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Your webpart is behaving like this because your are not handling postbacks correctly. Wrap all code in the Page_Load method with the following if(!Page.IsPostBack){ // Original code here } Some info about PostBack here: http://net-informations.com/faq/asp/ispostback.htm Or, just before your new databinding of the grid do this GridView1.DataSource = ...


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If you have a high enough permisson level you can select the document, go over the ribbon to files and click "Discard Check Out". (Picture from my SharePoint 2013 on-prem Environment)


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If the stand alone web application and SharePoint are not in the same domain, the simple answer is that you cannot update an item in SharePoint list unless you are using Apps. The more complex answer is that you would need to have a proxy of some sort to do this. You could write a simple layer 7 proxy inside the non-SharePoint web app that forwards the ...


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This particular error is normally there when there is something wrong with the list schema. Possible causes you should check for: Are there any lists on your web which are deployed using a feature, but the feature is missing/deactivated? There might be list with a lookup column, and there is some issue with the lookup. Fortunately I haven't had this ...


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It is the default behaviour of SharePoint, try the below workaround Save the code in a text file, save it somewhere on your SharePoint site collection. Next, place a Content Editor Web Part (CEWP) on the page and edit the webpart settings. At the top, add the link to the file and click “Apply” to save the changes.


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Out of the box this is not possible. If you are open to custom development then follow below steps Hide existing download button using custom action Hide context menu option to download file using custom action Create new ribbon button. Now you will have complete control over the click event.


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User Profile Service and Managed Metadata Service are not available in SharePoint Foundation. You will need to upgrade to SharePoint Server.


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SharePoint provides you with List.asmx web service out of the box. The web reference URL is http:///_vti_bin/Lists.asmx. However, a better way would be to use the REST API to connect to the list and get the required data. SharePoint 2013 has enhanced REST APIs that you can leverage. Detailed explanation can be found here. As precisely pointed out by Danny, ...


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Main issue (and not easy) is you need to authenticate to get into you locally hosted site. These will get you started, but be sure to Google, lots of changes/additions in the past year https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/azure/dn151135.aspx https://github.com/AzureAD/azure-activedirectory-library-for-js http://www.cloudidentity.com/blog/2014/10/28/...


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Please use below query to compare birthday with current date. SPQuery = new SPQuery(); query.Query = "<Where><Eq><FieldRef Name='Ditlindja' /><Value Type='DateTime'><Today /></Value></Eq></Where>"; By using variable DateTime date = DateTime.Now; SPQuery = new SPQuery(); query.Query = "<Where&...


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it is due to dll version, check the version compatability,if the version mismatch it will not compile


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Here are some steps to create the calendar: Create a calendar app Modify the view Update the filter to show something like the following Basically, the first filter is to show only events created by you (logged in user) and the second filter to show any event that is categorized as Sick Leave and third filter is to show events that is categorized as ...



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