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I am a software developer specializing in .NET technologies, especially SharePoint and SQL Server technologies.


Oct
16
revised How can I align Date modified with Date last saved?
Added more detail about how to use the solution
Oct
16
comment How can I align Date modified with Date last saved?
If available, you can use the SharePoint Management Shell. If not, you can load up Microsoft.SharePoint as an assembly into a PowerShell shell. Then, copy and paste those functions, get a reference to the SharePoint list, and run it like any other PowerShell function
Oct
15
comment SPFieldLookUpValue Issue
I am still not so sure about your requirements. You're pulling data from a drop-down list, not a SharePoint list. If this is intended, where does SharePoint come into the picture? Are you trying to display in a GridView some SPListItems that match a certain RequestType?
Oct
15
comment SPFieldLookUpValue Issue
You cannot implicitly convert SPFieldLookupValue to RequestTypeItem. SPFieldLookupValue is the value of a lookup field. Even if an implicit conversion existed (it doesn't), SPFieldLookupValue does not have Title,CreatedBy,CreatedDate, etc. What is it that you are trying to do, exactly?
Oct
15
comment SPFieldLookUpValue Issue
Why are you using SPFieldLookupValue? Are you trying to consume a SharePoint lookup field?
Oct
14
comment Field Modified shows date, but no time
Are you using SharePoint 2013? If so, have you tried switching the Modified column on your list from Friendly Display Format to Standard?
Oct
14
answered How can I align Date modified with Date last saved?
Oct
8
comment SharePoint PowerShell Document Library properties
$list.ContentTypes returns a SPContentTypeCollection. If one of your document library contains more than one content type, $listContentType.Name will return $null. Also, if there are no content types, or if content types are not enabled, $listContentType will likely be $null
Oct
7
comment How to update granular permissions in library
If you're the site collection admin on this site, you should have the ability to add yourself as an owner of the site and manipulate everything under that site from there. Are you saying that the user removed you as a site collection admin?
Sep
29
revised Problem copying lookup column data from one list to another via PowerShell
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Sep
29
revised Problem copying lookup column data from one list to another via PowerShell
added 108 characters in body
Sep
29
answered Problem copying lookup column data from one list to another via PowerShell
Sep
29
revised Copy People column from sharepoint list item to SharePoint group
Added a link to another question where I wrote a function that may be of some reuse value
Sep
29
answered Copy People column from sharepoint list item to SharePoint group
Sep
28
awarded  Yearling
Sep
25
revised Get-SPUser and a Person field
Adjusted some indentations
Sep
25
answered Get-SPUser and a Person field
Sep
24
comment Provision SharePoint Site using Data stored in List via Powershell
I don't think you can enforce a disk quota on a website (SPWeb) as it's a setting you set on a site collection (SPSite). Please look here as a reference.
Sep
24
comment Provision SharePoint Site using Data stored in List via Powershell
$_["Column Name"] will work for a lot of the fields, but some (like Choice or User or Group) fields will require a little more. Here's a link to help out with that.
Sep
24
comment Provision SharePoint Site using Data stored in List via Powershell
How does a user know the size of the site before a site is provisioned? Is this custom list only used for requesting new sites, or does it also satisfy some other business requirement?