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You could use designer to create a workflow on the custom list that creates the document set in the library, and sets certain field values on the new item based on the original travel request.


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its not possible using designer. I would suggest to use the quick view and update the same data with in the browser. as an alternative you may consider a programmatic solution using powershell via CSOM if the content is huge.


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I'm trying to think of an alternate solution, but it seems you'll need to use a set of If conditions in the solution - that's if you want the preceding 000 prior to the ID value. The workflow checks if the ID or the Next Number variable is within a certain range, and then append CaseOPT and the correct number of zeroes prior to the ID value.


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I got a similar issue when I tried to upload a document to One Drive using a SharePoint Hosted app, I used REST to upload document, I got Forbidden error even if my App has full permissions to tenant. I used a Developer site to implement the app. Later I came to know that we cannot do cross site operations with an app deployed at a site collection level with ...


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I'd done this task with Designer workflow 2013 and REST API as follow reference sites - link [link2] (http://www.fabiangwilliams.com/2014/06/19/gotcha-on-sharepoint-designer-workflows-in-app-step/) Hope this should work for the same!!


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I'd finished this task with SharePoint 2010 Designer workflow without REST API. enter link description here


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Look at http://paulryan.com.au/2014/spo-remote-authentication-rest/ It works for me (if I get you right). Just ignore stuff about digest - put mentioned 2 cookies into your header as Cookie:c1;c2 where c1 and c2 are authentication cookies (ones starting from FedAuth= and rtFa=).


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I usually use REST for this sort of thing. This example is looking for a list called 'FooterLinks' and populating them into a div with the jquery each method. $.ajax({ url: "/_api/web/lists/GetByTitle('FooterLinks')/items", type: "GET", headers: { "accept": "application/json;odata=verbose", }, success: function (data) { ...


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You need to add $context.ExecuteQuery() at the end. Without it operations won't be executed on the server.


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You might use JavaScript / jQuery to change the logo on the fly: $(document).ready(function () { ChangeLogo(); }); function ChangeLogo() { $(".ms-siteicon-a img").attr('src', '../Images/logo.jpg'); }


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There is no way to set the High Importance flag in an email with SharePoint Designer. If you are able to develop Visual Studio solutions, one solution could be for you to develop a custom web service that sends the email. In this web service you could set the High Importance flag before sending the email. Once this web service is developed and deployed, you ...


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In your REST call are you specifying the X-RequestDigest parameter in its headers? If not, you need to. Every REST call needs to be authenticated. You can find an excellent step-by-step guide on how to do this here: http://blog.appliedis.com/2014/10/09/sharepoint-designer-2013-workflow-working-with-web-services/ In case the link goes dead I copy the text ...


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In your comments you say you have made an attempt but can't break permissions inheritance in your workflow. The answer to your question is yes, you can break permissions inheritance via the REST API from your SharePoint Designer workflow. You will need to use the "Call HTTP Web Service" activity in your workflow and your URL will look like: ...


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When trying to administer SharePoint Online (O365) via PowerShell through a proxy server the Connect-SPOService cmdlet connections fail. Perform these commands and retry Connect-SPOService $cred = [System.Net.CredentialCache]::DefaultCredentials [System.Net.WebRequest]::DefaultWebProxy.Credentials = $cred


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Add a new receiving data connection with the list, e.g. ReceivingData. Set a default value for your control, which shall display the owner. As a default value you choose your owner column, but add a filter to it. The filter should be something like: Main->Folder is equal to ReceivingData->Folder. Then it only shows the items you are selecting in the ...


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The resolution to this was to add an additional CSS class to set the suitebar back to its intended colour. The steps are: Navigate to Site Content --> Style Library --> desired language Create a new CSS file (if you already have a custom file you can append to that) Add the following CSS styles #O365_NavHeader, .o365cs-nav-rightMenus, ...


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You can enable the view selector for the list view web part: Edit Web Part Expand Miscellaneous Uncheck Disable View Selector Menu Click Apply Save page Note that changing views this way directs to the view page; the user will not remain on the page.


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In order to change the view on a list that you have added as an app part to a page you would: Edit the page Hover over the upper right hand corner of your app part, click the down arrow that appears and choose "Edit Web Part" A dialog box will appear to the right of all your page content. In this dialog box there is a drop down box under the Selected View ...


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Looks like you need PDF form to SharePoint integration to save data in the list. Without it you can only setup library to accept mails and save attachments as files in library. To find integration options just google "pdf sharepoint" there is bunch of reliable 3rd party programs. Best regards,


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API to add Policy (label) is only available in Server Side Code, see my workarounds: CSOM issue: workaround needed for SystemUpdate & DisableFiringEvents to be able to save current Version to a textfield


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Try adding the type="text/javascript" in the <script> tag references, like this: <script type="text/javascript" src="http://yoursite/sites/yourlibrary/jquery.min.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript" src="http://yoursite/sites/yourlibrary/StickyHeaders_v2.9BETA.js"></script> Also see these posts: sharepoint 2013 / ...


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I didn't see this coming but at the moment I'm going with this override in my Alternate CSS: <style type="text/css"> .o365cs-nav-centerAlign, .o365cs-nav-leftAlign, .o365cs-nav-rightAlign, #O365_TopMenu, #O365_MainLink_NavMenu{ background-color: #FF0202; } </style>


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You question is not very well formed. But, if I understood you correct, you want to create webpart slide show? If so, first create Picture library. Than create new web part on a page and under the categories of webpart types choose Media and content. There choose Picture Library Slideshow Web Part. Than edit that webpart and add your Picture library as ...


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I don't think there is a way to query Search via app-only permissions. As a workaround you could use stored credentials and execute the Search using that context. But you need to understand that Search relies on a proper user context to function properly. Unless your security implementation is really simplistic you are likely to see issues where users see ...


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Using out of the box workflow actions you can't do it because of security limitations. As solution I would like to suggest to have a look at a Plumsail Workflow Actions Pack. It is extended set of workflow actions for SharePoint Designer which also contains a set of workflow actions for permission management. I'm one of developers of the product and I'm ...


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You can try using Sticky Headers for SharePoint 2013. I would experiment with using it on just one page, list, or library to start with, and then if you like it, you can decide whether or not not to use it for your whole site. Below is how to do that. Download Script Files To use the Sticky Headers, first you need to download the StickyHeaders_v2.9BETA.js ...


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I just had this happen too. The spcolor file uses #suiteBarLeft and #suiteBarRight while it appears O365 changed all the classes and id's in the suite bar so our colors don't get applied anymore.


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I found this property for the Navigation class: public bool UseShared { get; set; } Setting it true should inherit the navigation. So this should work: $web.Navigation.UseShared = $true; However, it seems it applies to all navigation, top nav and quick launch.


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Yes this can be easily done using powershell. SPWeb = Get-SPWeb http://server/sitecoll/spweb/spweb $SPPubWeb = [Microsoft.SharePoint.Publishing.PublishingWeb] :GetPublishingWeb($SPWeb) $SPWeb.AllowUnsafeUpdates = $true $SPPubWeb.Navigation.InheritGlobal = $true http://blog.blksthl.com/2012/02/12/site-settings-by-powershell-part-1-navigation/


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Yes It shares this quality as SharePoint online also has lookup column threshold of 8. https://community.office365.com/en-us/f/148/t/11914


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Custom Actions are not allowed in Tenant-scoped Apps and will not work. Read the section "Limitations of Tenant-Scoped Add-ins". https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/FP179896.aspx


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Not by Default, because it is saved in the "copied" item. The source-item doesn´t know if it is copied (btw. it coudld even be copied multiple times).


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You can use "Enforce Unique Values" in the field. Go to the List -> List Settings -> click on the Field you want to change, and select Enforce Unique Values - Yes.


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Background Document libraries are actually just a special kind of list in SharePoint. This means that for every document uploaded to a document library, a list item and a file are created. The list UI and CSOM calls allows you to manipulate the metadata (list item) or the document (file). These types of operations are mostly handled at the logical layer. ...


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We've found the issue. It was because _spPageContextInfo.webAbsoluteUrl brings back sampleSite-<random-string>.sharepoint.com instead of sampleSite.sharepoint.com We had to get the correct URL by grabbing the query string parameter SPHostUrl function getQueryStringParameter(urlParameterKey) { var params = ...


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I'm not sure if this option is available in SPO, but this is how I do it on-prem. Within Site Settings, go to 'Content and Structure'. Navigate into the document library you'd like to work with, and then select all documents within it. Click 'Actions' and 'Check In'.


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Sandbox solution should be activated first. Then there must be one of many Features part of the solution referencing objects, events, etc. contained in the solution. Activating this feature will deliver all items as specified in it.


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Although disabled through the UI since SP2010 you can still Group By ContentType. Full explanation at: http://joelblogs.co.uk/2011/10/29/restoring-group-by-content-type-to-sharepoint-2010-list-views/ There are 2 Methods described; Joel uses a Feature, I prefer adding the code to EditView.aspx page with TamperMonkey/GreaseMonkey (no equivalent for IE), ...


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You can preserve the last modified date by activating versioning on your list. Go to list settings -> Version Settings -> Create a version each time you edit an item in this list. After that when you select or edit/view an item you always have the option "Version History" where you can view all changes made to this list items when and the person who did ...


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If you are trying to access sharepoint data from outside of sharepoint, (ie in a .net application / android app etc), then you need to consume the client object model or the web service exposed by sharepoint. This Discussion has a pretty detailed explanation towards using authentication.asmx to get a token that can be used for intearaction with sharepoint. ...


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The only thing you can change is the public SharePoint site, you cannot change anything else.


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Only through AZURE OR an APP or ADD-IN can you access content in SP using the REST api (and ADAL) Most links in the other answer are about making REST calls within the same domain. I have a similar open question: Is Visual Studio required to built a Front End to write (REST) data into a SharePoint Online list


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I just checked the O365 catalog, alle Enterprise plans include SharePoint. The following O365 plans include SharePoint according to the O365 catalog: Enterprise E1, E3, E4 Business Essentials, Business Premium, Business If you just want SharePoint, you can also subscribe to SharePoint Online Plan 1 or 2. The URL for the catalog: ...


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You can do this by multiple ways i) JSOM ii) REST API Basically i choose REST API to remotely access SharePoint Office2013 Online. Go through Links https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/jj860569.aspx https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/fp142380.aspx ...


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I would try to ensure that all needed SP js files are loaded before calling function: doJSON("/_api/social.following/my/followed%28types=15%29", renderSuccess, renderFail); I have the same code as yours working perfectly. The only difference is that I load the following files on demand first: spSODAction(["sp.js", "sp.runtime.js", "sp.userprofiles.js", ...


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You can write Calculated Formulas to do Column Validation; the result needs to be a TRUE or FALSE value For example: =UPPER([column])=[column] Returns true when the entry is all Uppercase =AND( UPPER([column])=[column] , NOT(FIND(" ",[column])) ) returns FALSE if the entry contains a space as well All (Excel like) Functions you can use in ...


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The simple process of setting item level permission is not available for SharePoint 2013 workflows. The only way I was able to do was through REST api called under Appstep. There are 2 calls made: BreakRoleInheritance AddRoleAssignment This blog by Yuri Leontyev​ ​ over at spssite.pro can be a good start. Excerpt: BreakRoleInheritance​ ...


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Auditing for Opening or downloading documents, viewing items in lists, or viewing item properties is not available for SharePoint Online in Office 365 for enterprises.


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You have three options (assuming it is sharepoint 2010, in Sharepoint 2013 you have to jslink for limit the view of the row) Target Audience View Permission (set with workflow)


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Created By is never going to change You need 1 extra Column PreviousModifiedBy and a Workflow which On Change adds the current Modifier to that field, preferably with a separator. You then need CSR code (or something else JavaScript) on the Forms to change the footer to show previous Modifiers.



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