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This is because it is not deployed by your solution, only referenced! In Visual Studio, double click the Package file and choose the "Advanced" tab. Then on that tab add a reference to the file from where nuget downloads it in your project folder. This way it will be deployed to GAC on installation of your wsp
Yes, there is a Summary Links web part in SharePoint 2013. It can be found under Content Rollup. However, it is not available to SharePoint Foundation, just versions above.
Tinkering around to fix it in the database is not recommended or supported. The old stand by is to navigate to your web part page and add ?contents=1 to the end of the URL. Here you can delete the corrupt web part. Then go back to your web part page and add it back. You can always try exporting the web part from the site it is working in and importing it ...
As Waqas Sarwar mentioned, I had to start SharePoint Foundation Web Application on the Search Server to get rid of that message. When I stop it again and re-run the missing server side dependencies the error appears again. I now disabled the check, because I must not run two Web frontends because of some 3rd party licenses.
You need to setup the width / float properties of the webpart zones using CSS You have to add css to MasterPage or any of the page layout that the page in which you are adding your webpart is using.
Check if "each" page is checked-in/published. Also, if you referenced any external files in script editor wp ... that files should be checked-in/published as well. Let us know if this helped.
You've ran into this problem 3 hours before me going by the time of your post. Apparently one of the issues is that in IE11 you have to turn on compatibility mode. Once I did that it worked, and then I had to select "Get filter values" rather than parameters in order to get the list of filter options. I hope that helps!
You need to use Server Side Code. The easiest option is to convert the back end DataTable to comma-seperated file. Then then use Response.Write to save it as a csv file. This file can be opened using Excel. response.ClearContent(); response.Clear(); response.ContentType = "text/plain"; response.AddHeader("Content-Disposition", "attachment; ...
The REST API url needs to have the site url with full /sites/BusinessServices/ etc. https://TENANT/sites/HomePortal/_api/web/GetFileByServerRelativeUrl('/sites/HomePortal/Pages/ProductInfo.aspx') And then need the personalizationscope when getting webparts : ...
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