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Workflow Manager will not work with SharePoint Foundation 2013. The SharePoint 2013 Workflow platform is not supported in SharePoint Foundation 2013. You can't create workflow in designer for 2013 platform. check this for supported features in SPF 2013 You can use SharePoint Designer 2013 and have to select the platform "SharePoint 2010 Workflow". ...


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I can say this that SharePoint 2013 Foundation doesn't support Workflow Manager it uses the same workflow engine that SharePoint 2010 Foundation uses and does not include an Approval Workflow. The only answer that I can suggest is that you either recreate your own custom Approval Workflow or that you purchase the version of SharePoint 2013 that includes ...


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This feature is not available in SharePoint Foundation. You need to be on Standard or Enterprise to enable Sync feature. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/sharepoint/en-US/42589b00-23f6-4be4-80fc-7ed012817850/is-skydrive-pro-available-in-sharepoint-foundation-2013-what-is-instead-if-not?forum=sharepointgeneral


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I think I faced this problem before. And for me the problem was a feature that contains an error and cannot be uninstalled. to come over this, before uninstalling the solution I have to deactivate then uninstall the feature using powershell with -force attribute. Once this is done, the solution uninstall correctly. Hope this solution help you


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Go to site settings and then Site collection features. Enable the feature "Site publishing features". This should solve your problems.


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I faced the same problem but solved it 1- Open SharePoint Designer 2- Go to Site pages folder 3- Create a web part page 4- Add your Query String URL Web Part and it will work


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You should first create a new content type with name Attendance. The content type should have minimum following site columns Employee Number (This will be the unique id which can identify the employee Date (This will be the date value which indicate the employee has worked on that date or not) You can add more relevant fields like department or total ...


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Once it is created you cannot change it easily. You have to back up the content database and reattach it with the new LCID attached (1033 for english) Here is an artical which explains how to do it. Good Luck!


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You can increase the total number using RowLimit property myapp:portnumber/_api/search/postquery,startindex=0,rowlimit=500 If the install is On-Premise then you can increase the 500 limit using PowerShell Another option is to iterate 500 initial result and then re-query the next 500 and so on. For that you can use ...


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I have created such logic with custom "Likes" list". List can have just 2 columns – List Guid, Item Guid. The standard Author field stores info about user that have added like. The values are loaded by JavaScript client object model and users can add likes through JS COM. In the list item event receiver I control that user can add the like only once, and ...


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What steps did you follow to set up your app domain? Part of that procedure should have been configuring a separate domain for apps, so if your SharePoint box is: team.mycompany.com Perhaps the app domain would be something like: mycompanyapps.com Then, in DNS, you would need a wildcard record so that all of the following would resolve to the ip ...


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You have to deploy the Solution package(wsp) into the farm and activate it and then that template will show under the custom tab of the template section. you can import a WSP file directly into Visual Studio 2010, edit it, and create a new solution that does work. check this one: ...


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You can leverage SharePoint Search. Schedule search to crawl the file share. You can set the frequency of crawl (every 30 mins etc.) You can use SharePoint search results page to display relevant files based on business requirements (Last modified file on top etc.) This approach avoid duplication and enables users to easily find the content they are ...


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Web parts are deployed to the web part gallery that lives in the root web of a site collection. You might be able to get away with a web scope feature if that feature is only ever activated on the root web. But that will make it available to all subsites anyway. Best practice is to make web parts available in a Site-scoped feature, and you deviate from ...


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If i remember exactly this year in the SharePoint conference i appears in this exam, I believe around 50 question and 3 /4 case studies. I dont know if they change it or not. It is Microsoft property so they can change it any time.


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Your SQL Server is configured to use case sensitive collation (CS). SharePoint requires databases to have case insensitive collation (CI). You need to change settings in SQL Server to make sure new databases are created with case insensitive collation. "The SQL Server collation must be configured for case-insensitive. The SQL Server database collation must ...


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If you a wsp like you mentioned webpart.wsp, then you can deploy it on your production server using SharePoint Management shell. Use powershell if just have to upgrade the solution Update-SPSolution –Identity "<wsp package name>" -LiteralPath "<physical path of the wsp package>" –GacDeployment e.g.: Update-SPSolution –Identity "test.wsp" ...


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Date formats are derived based on the regional settings. If you want date to be like Thursday, June 21, 2013 then change the regional settings to English(United States) You can make this change through site settings page.


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The template file from the article that you mentioned in the question contains some typos and hard-coded parameters like title and list url. Instead I would recommend you to utilize the template provided below. Regarding template file, in fact, there are several ways how to apply custom template to List View, and not necessary only via JSLink property. ...


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Another option when making an async call that depends on another async call is to use jQuery.Deferred(): $(document).ready(function () { $('#SearchButton').click(function () { function getData() { var ctx = SP.ClientContext.get_current(); getFirstItem(ctx).then(function () { // d.resolve will call this function ...


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The following JS function is adding to the div above the global and local navigation, and it causes the target to be ignored: onclick="return AjaxNavigate$OnClickHook(event, this);" You can disable MDS (minimal download strategy) or use jQuery to remove onlick event. $("div[id*='V4QuickLaunchMenu'], div[id*='TopNavigationMenu']").removeAttr("onclick") ...


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Their is no direct way to upgrade from 2007 to 2013.There are couple of ways to get this done. OOTB, you have to adopt the database upgrade process, in which you need a SharePoint 2010 farm. You have to upgrade the database to SharePoint 2010 first then to upgrade to 2013. if you have only want to move the content then you can try to move manully from 2007 ...


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you need to show us the proper error your getting? goto sharepoint log files and reproduce the error, coppy the correlation id that it generates and open the most uptodate log file (sort by date) once open search by the copied id and it will show you the error. Post here the error by updating your question. the error can occure from a few areas that it ...


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Got answer for above question. Providing below link so it will help some one who is facing the same issue. For this issue, Select the document and edit the properties to make sure the the value of the column is unique, then check out the file. For more details please find below link :- ...


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You cannot Attach the same content Database to the two different web application, it will throw the error complaining about the GUID. Even if you clone(backup and restore) the existing the content database then try to mount 2nd copy of the new web application, it will throw the error again and this time will complain about the Site GUID. Now only workable ...


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I don't have enough rep to comment. This is just not possible. A content database cannot be mounted twice in a SharePoint farm. But, there is one solution: Create a SQL backup, restore it as a different database, and mount that database. Thus, create a clone of the content database and mount the clone.


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In order to get a context in a Windows App using CSOM, you still need to create a context. In C# with CSOM, you'd use: using Microsoft.SharePoint.Client; ClientContext cc = new ClientContext(Settings.Default.SiteName); cc.AuthenticationMode = ClientAuthenticationMode.Default; string username = Settings.Default.UserName; string password = ...


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You can download xoml file. It contains information about all activities. Example (without parsing for list activities): Add-PSSnapin "Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell" Function GetXOMLFromWorkflowInstance($wfa) { [xml]$xmldocument = $wfa.SoapXml $name = $xmldocument.FirstChild.GetAttribute("Name") $wfName = $name.Replace(" ", "%20") ...


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In my case, I had to enable the Team Collaboration Lists feature at the subsite level. All the available list templates now appeared, including those saved in the list template gallery.


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You have to make some correction in your javascript mentioned in first editor. As it work fine in my case. Copy JavaScript in notepad and make below changes Replace double quotes “ and ” with normal quotes ". Replace single quotes ’ with normal single quote '. Check your list url properly ’/Lists/Announcements / DispForm.aspx?ID = ’ + _announcementID + ’. ...


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You can also make use of tools on the market like the "Layer2 Taxonomy Manager for SharePoint" it can export and import taxonomies or term sets from / to SharePoint in SKOS format (XML-based). During import existing nodes are updated (means tagged document references will remain). Several other options are available, e.g. to add Content classification rules ...


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Custom actions are normally hidden as a function of SharePoint permissions; refer to the documentation on the Rights attribute of the CustomAction element. A custom action can also be conditionally disabled via the EnabledScript attribute of the CommandUIHandler element. The piece of JavaScript attached to this attribute is executed in order to determine if ...


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If this is publishing site?did you deactivate publishing feature and reactivate it? start from site features then site collection features....then activate again from site collection followed by site features.


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deactivating and activating back SharePoint Publishing infrastructure feature on the site collection level solved the issue. Thank you to Waqas Sarwar MCSE who also, had the solution right.


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You can use JQuery in a CEWP to hide the ribbon. It will hide the entire thing though: <script type="text/javascript" src="/_layouts/js/jquery-1.11.0.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript" src="/_layouts/js/jquery.SPServices-2014.01.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function(){ ...


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Since the document is not checked in, it means that the document together with its property values (Drawing No = 2) is only visible to you. If try to check in the document with Drawing No = 2, then SharePoint wont allow you because as you said, there is already an existing item with Drawing No = 2


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The only minimum that you actually need is exactly the answer in the old post. The top one called "Database Engine Service" for the actual SQL engine and "Management tools - basic/complete" for Management Studio. This is what most people choose to go with when setting up a development or a minimal foundation server, as the rest is just additional features ...


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No, all files in a library need to have unique file names. So either change the file names of the existing files, or the files you are uploading.


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Go to Document Library settings -> Advance settings -> Allow management of content types -> check the box Now go back to Document Library settings -> Under content types -> click Document content type -> select Name column -> Hide this column Reference: ...


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You can use this command simply Get-SPFeature -Site "siteurl" | Sort DisplayName | FT DisplayName,scope,Id > Desktop\feature.csv FYI:- Powershell command to find active features for site collection


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Use following code: private static void DeleteUserFromList(SPUser userDeleted, string fieldName, SPListItem item, SPWeb sPWeb) { SPFieldUserValueCollection Users = (SPFieldUserValueCollection)item[fieldName]; SPFieldUserValue DeletedUserValue = Users.First(u => u.LookupId == userDeleted.ID); Users.Remove(DeletedUserValue); item[fieldName] ...


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I haven't known SharePoint provide or not, but in my opinion you can get this in two ways: First of all you need to write CAML query and do many groupby, stuff... like in SQL The second, get all item of the list and use algorithm to detect and get the unique item.


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Here is what i did to have a treeview. Certainly not the best method but a working solution Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue $url=Read-Host "Entrez l'url du site sharepoint" $siteCollection = Get-SPSite $url $web = Get-SPWeb($url) $termSet = Get-SPTaxonomySession -Site $url $termStore = ...


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Does your problem still exist? This may help: Bug in Oslo.htlm You have to switch from visible: false into true AND to add visible: true at the last two rows. If not, you can't also see the user and groups on the left site from website settings.


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Use the wildcard character ("*") http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/ee558911(v=office.15).aspx


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here you can check feature comparison. http://www.fpweb.net/sharepoint-2013/compare-sharepoint-server-standard-enterprise/ Rm is the standard features but if you want to use E-discover, ACM, Compliance then you need the enterprise Cal for each user. check these slides will help you ...


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SharePoint JavaScript Library contains the SP.Ribbon.NativeUtility.getCtxForView method that could be used for retrieving Context Info by View id, for example: //Retrieve Context Info by View Id var viewId = '{C441B540-C04D-4592-A526-26F57DA6914A}'; var ctxForView = SP.Ribbon.NativeUtility.getCtxForView(viewId); console.log(currentCtx); In order to ...


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Here are the best link to approaching to SharePoint for newbie: http://sharepoint-tutorial.net/ http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj937861.aspx http://www.goodreads.com/shelf/show/sharepoint http://blog.pentalogic.net/2012/05/10-things-developers-should-know-about-sharepoint/ http://www.sharepointvn.net/all/ ...


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It depends on your OS and choice. You can install SharePoint Foundation 2010 on following OS Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008 Service Pack 2, Windows Server 2012 and on Windows 7 and SharePoint Foundation 2013 on windows Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2. If you have Windows OS cals(license) then you dont ...


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Try this: Add another field that does not show to the users. Once the user field is set on form load, set this hidden field to "Set" or something and then just check that on load in an if condition. "If hidden field is blank then set user". I do this on other fields as well.



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