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comment Where is the “JS Link” property?
@jobin thanks for your kind words :) Btw, are you completely sure these were the ones that actually fixed the problem, or was it some MS patch that was applied at same time and closed a bug? According to my investigation, these two is the closest we have in o365 tenant administration to "AllowContributorsToEditScriptableParts" on-prem setting, yes, and they can be the reason, but in SharePoint it is sooooo hard to say for sure, you know :)
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comment How to get full login name from people picker using object model?
user.Name should do the trick :)
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comment Where is the “JS Link” property?
@jobin well I guess there's something wrong with their tenant template then. Anyway, seems to be their bug. Have you tried some of the workarounds?
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answered Where is the “JS Link” property?
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comment System resource usage seems unnaturally high on small deployment
Just had the same problem, with same error message (UpdatedConcurrencyException) in the logs. Clearing the cache fixed this! Patrik, thanks a lot for sharing the solution, you saved my day! :)
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answered Freeze First Column of Sharepoint Datasheet View
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comment Custom JSLINK rendering template - how do you get ajax paging working?
@ThiagoSilva yep, it turns out that the author of the question has also hit same issue (see question update). Pity, I haven't even seen that the solution finally didn't work as there wasn't any notification... I don't have any time to look into this right now, have a very tight schedule for next several weeks. But if you find a solution in the meanwhile, I would appreciate if you share it with us :) Otherwise I'll try not to forget to dig it myself a little bit more, maybe I'll be able to find something.
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comment Location of Ribbon XML for List View
The ribbon buttons that SPD creates are likely stored somewhere in database. You can fetch them via API. Get your SPList object first, and then explore UserCustomActions property. This can be done e.g. via PowerShell. For more details, please ask a separate question.