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comment 500 Internal error - Timeout expired
What about server resources? Memory, free space, cpu?
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comment Combine PowerPoint documents
Document sets are basically "folders" to logically group related documents. If you really want to merge those files into one, there is afaik no out of the box solution. But you can use for example AdLib. Or create your own web services using OpenXML SDK and call it from SP 2013 workflow.
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comment Stop a animated GIF looping or Roll Over to start?
link with JS example: jsfiddle.net/qjjwuhwx As suggested above. You need to use Content Editor Web Part (in SP 2010) or Script editor web part (2013). There is also an option to embed a code inside a page in 2013. If those web parts are not available, you need to modify your SP settings. For 2010, it is required to have publishing feature activated. For SP online you will need to enable the scripting in administration.
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answered change default image of content search webpart
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comment Stop a animated GIF looping or Roll Over to start?
There is similar question on stackoverflow stackoverflow.com/questions/17887833/…
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comment Stop a animated GIF looping or Roll Over to start?
Not too much SP related. But I would suggest to use 2 pictures. Have 1 not animated and when user clicks on the image you will display the animated gif. When he clicks again, you will display the first static picture again.
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comment Dynamic Links to and from MySite
I suppose your location of mysite and root site is always the same. E.g. localhost-dev/mysite, localhost-prod/mysite so why just not take the server url and append the mysite url part?
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answered Move SharePoint 2010 WebApplication to SharePoint Online
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comment Upload document with lookup column programmatically
Now you have the ID of newly uploaded file so you can add it as a lookup to item in the list.
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answered Upload document with lookup column programmatically
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asked O365 search managed property mapping issue
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comment Set value in web property bag using REST API
Ah, you are right. Thanks for pointing this out! However, still curious about the REST approach.
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comment Set value in web property bag using REST API
Unfortunately, I need to use Script Editor Web Part so afaik client context will not be available. Or am I wrong?
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revised Set value in web property bag using REST API
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asked Set value in web property bag using REST API
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comment Copy List Item and Keep Same ID
You will copy the ID to another column inside the workflow.