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Mar
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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.
Mar
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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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asked Set value in web property bag using REST API
Feb
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comment Copy List Item and Keep Same ID
You will copy the ID to another column inside the workflow.
Feb
10
comment Copy List Item and Keep Same ID
1. true, it is not recommended and can void warranty 2. MS has no chance to find out you are using some tool which is not deployed to server, but can check the WF/solution you have in your farm - there will be DB call, update -> bye bye warranty. Sure, the worst case scenario but I cannot recommend accessing the DB directly. This is not one-time migration, but WF which makes huge difference.
Feb
10
comment Copy List Item and Keep Same ID
You can create a small WF and apply it to the ItemCreated event. There, you will handle this autoincrement behavior. Or, as I understood, in the list B where you copy the items are items created only by workflow. So in list A you can use SP ID and in list B use myID where you will just copy the value from ID column in list A.
Feb
10
answered Disable DataSheet view only on one specific ListView
Feb
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answered Copy List Item and Keep Same ID
Feb
9
comment Sharepoint event reciever is working in one document library but not in another
Check with PS that the event receiver is registered in the second library. If not, try adding via PS to be sure the issue is with registering the event receiver, not the receiver itself. Also check ULS if there is any error
Feb
9
answered Link a list with a Doc Library
Feb
4
comment How to use unmanaged DLLs in SharePoint project?
Are you sure that you have deployed those libraries to all servers?
Feb
4
comment SharePoint 2010 : HTTP/1.1 200 OK but Connection Close
Any chance that port is used by something else? Did you try IIS reset?
Feb
4
answered How to authenticate a asp.net application user to share point site
Feb
3
comment SharePoint server domain joined or not
I am afraid I am not able to answer that...maybe there is a better solution than using two AD FS. Maybe you can just have one AD in your domain an combine it somehow with external AD FS. Sorry.
Feb
3
comment SharePoint server domain joined or not
IMHO you will need 2 ADFS and exchange certificates to trust each other. See saml-token base authentication: zoom.it/pPoz#full also please check this article where is the configuration of both adfs explained blog.helloitsliam.com/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=109
Feb
3
comment SharePoint server domain joined or not
You will add SP servers to internal domain and configure ADFS for external domain.
Feb
3
answered SharePoint server domain joined or not
Feb
3
comment Cascading lookup clolumns in calendar list
Also you can use InfoPath...just do not Google for calendar, but for regular list and you will find lot of examples. SP Services is def. the best solution.
Feb
3
comment Sharepoint Restore on Production environment
Sure, just check the technet gallery how to add a new field to SharePoint list. There is a nice function which is super easy to call to create a field. Should help you a lot. gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/…