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Dec
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answered Issue in Generating Charts using Google Charts and SPServices and jQuery against SPList in SP 2010
Dec
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comment How to create a Sharepoint list that can be used by both an Access desktop application and an Access web app
That was lighting up because it recognized my desktop one. However, one you open it using the desktop version, then you save the .accdb file to SharePoint and you will have the connected DB published to SP able to run in access services and desktop.
Dec
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answered How to create a Sharepoint list that can be used by both an Access desktop application and an Access web app
Dec
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answered SharePoint Workflow - Parallel Branches not Working as Expected
Dec
16
comment Does CSOM have a way to check if the current user has access to a web?
I meant no offense, but in this case the typos were relevant to the question.
Dec
15
answered Move files to subsite and retain version history, no coding (Sharepoint Online)
Dec
15
answered What to do with e-mailed SharePoint Links Hijacked and used for Ransomware
Dec
15
comment Does CSOM have a way to check if the current user has access to a web?
we are missing come code here. how are you init-ing your context object? also, what is the ctx? This looks like it may have been cut and paste without checking your objects for consistency. Are both ctx and context pointing to your client context?
Dec
10
comment Migrate Chart Web Part from SP 2007 to O365
These strategies do not directly address the question how do I migrate a web part from 2007 to O365. I think this answer is partially correct because there has been a strategy shift in web parts between SP 2007 and O365. I would not recommend trying to migrate the web part as the question states, but would recommend a js solution to handle it on render or with a calculated column with image tags.
Dec
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suggested rejected edit on Migrate Chart Web Part from SP 2007 to O365
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Dec
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comment GetListItemChangesSinceToken returns code“: ”-2130575251" Microsoft.SharePoint.SPException
Yes. Most code components can be triggered in the GUI. Verifying that your user has permissions to make the query will help you isolate code and perms. The GUI is not your end goal, but by going to the SharePoint online site (not through the api) you can test whether you can view the history of changes (but use the account you run your code with)
Dec
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comment GetListItemChangesSinceToken returns code“: ”-2130575251" Microsoft.SharePoint.SPException
if you log in as the user you are authenticating as can you see the audit log in the GUI? Have you worked through the steps here: blogs.technet.microsoft.com/stefan_gossner/2009/12/04/…
Nov
20
comment Client Web Part - XsltListViewWebPart
You are on the right track. Once you are in a web part the context changes dramatically. MS is trying to let you know that you can't do that by not rendering any of your content. Either put it on its own page and build the structure yourself or insert your content into a web part, but don't do both.
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Jul
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comment How to create a Sharepoint list that can be used by both an Access desktop application and an Access web app
Thanks for the info, that will help a lot. re:MVP I am not suggesting you use any particular language, I am suggesting that you build your interface at the CSOM/JSOM level for the MS Access connection. If you can't do it with the Web App you shouldn't do it with Access. This is not a general principle, but the way to accomplish your specific project goals. One way to have the interface work from both Access and Web App is to architect the solution with the limit of the commonality of the 2 clients.
Jul
20
comment How to create a Sharepoint list that can be used by both an Access desktop application and an Access web app
Instead of trying to use different Models in a MVC solution, try moving your data connection to the controller. Both access and Web App should be able to use web services to make the calls. Build and deploy the list as your model, them use SharePoint Web Services as your view and use your app and access as your controller. Instead of using the built-in SP interface of Access, switch to use web services as a consumer and you will get there. If you want a demo, I will need some specific info about the composition of your data and versions of your apps.
Jul
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answered How can I start a Workflow from an Email Hyperlink?
Jul
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comment Set a start page to your office 365 tenant
sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/86089/… is an interesting alternative