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SPGridView can be customised to make it look similar to list view. For filtering and sorting you need to code and handle OnSorting and OnFiltering events. http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/UploadFile/b8e86c/pagination-sorting-and-filtering-in-spgridview/


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First you should serialize your Canvas to a Data Url using: canvas.toDataURL(); By doing so, you get the Image as a dataURL, which contains the base 64 Encoded Version of the File (usually in PNG Format). The Data is located after the first comma. Details here. You can then upload this file using either CSOM or REST. See this article for uploading


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Try this link Hope this link will help. Also you can find various tutorial on google.


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I had the exact same issue today and after trying all of the solutions on here and elsewhere, I finally managed to solve it. There was a issue with the last three fields that I have added in my list. I deleted them and recreated them and voila! Issue gone. Thanks


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I don't think you can do this with express edition. You need the higher version of all the SharePoint built-in templates will be prebuilt in those. Otherwise, you have to write the complete code. I read somewhere you can use the 2013 or 2015 community edition. technet


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Use Chrome (Developer Tools) to debug it. Could be a javascript file is not loaded probably, but hard to tell without debugging.


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Let me clarify some things first: You are correct, Auto-Hosted is no longer supported. If you get the newest Office Developer Tools for Visual Studio 2013 or 2015, you will see the option to create an Auto-Hosted App has been removed. You can get the latest tools using the Web Platform Installer. You do not need a SharePoint VM to build an App (also known ...


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The cancellation email is hard to suppress. I was searching for the same but was only able to find a workaround that kills your designer view: http://parlaesolutions.com/blogs/Waive-Emails-for-SharePoint-2013-Workflows-in-Visual-Studio-2013-Designer. You do have the option to change the cancellation email body and subject. You can try to see whether the ...


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Turns out I was using this in a sandboxed solution, which you can't do. Leaving this as an answer in case anyone else stares at this problem for 6 hours without figuring this out.


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The task outcome is returned by default, variable "Outcome ". To find out who approved the document is a bit of a sticky solution. You can have the user save the document and then perform the approval/ rejection. Then, perform a lookup on the said document for last modified by and that will represent the person who approved/rejected.


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It worked for me after I mapped a new workspace in the team explorer and downloaded the code again and then tried publishing the site to a new Sharepoint site.


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Please verify following things Current logged in user is in Administrator group of SharePoint server. Please try once Recycling IIS by IISRESET it worked for me in past And please refer this link it may help you Error occurred in deployment step 'Recycle IIS Application Pool'



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