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SharePoint Solution Architect (consultant, developer and evangelist)


Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
14
awarded  Revival
May
14
answered Using an application page to programmatically add a property to a SharePoint web
May
14
answered Migrating Host Named Site Collections to SharePoint Online
May
14
answered Filter on a group on a content query
Apr
29
revised A certificate validation operation took milliseconds and has exceeded the execution time threshold
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Apr
29
comment A certificate validation operation took milliseconds and has exceeded the execution time threshold
Paul - Yes I actually already have that setting .. I'll add it to the original post.
Apr
28
revised A certificate validation operation took milliseconds and has exceeded the execution time threshold
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Apr
28
comment A certificate validation operation took milliseconds and has exceeded the execution time threshold
You didn't read the question did you? I already tried those
Apr
28
revised A certificate validation operation took milliseconds and has exceeded the execution time threshold
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Apr
28
asked A certificate validation operation took milliseconds and has exceeded the execution time threshold
Mar
27
accepted CSOM / REST : How can I get the _indirect_ groups for a user?
Mar
27
comment CSOM / REST : How can I get the _indirect_ groups for a user?
We're managing group creation automatically in code anyway, so might be the easiest solution overall
Mar
27
comment CSOM / REST : How can I get the _indirect_ groups for a user?
One noddy solution ... create a Custom List with list item uniquely permissioned to each group then do an AssignedTo = [Me] query :D
Mar
27
comment CSOM / REST : How can I get the _indirect_ groups for a user?
Ok, and I suppose it is the same for FBA roles?
Mar
27
asked CSOM / REST : How can I get the _indirect_ groups for a user?
Mar
25
accepted How can I query for “AssignedTo = [ME]” using REST?
Mar
24
comment How can I query for “AssignedTo = [ME]” using REST?
Beauty .. it worked .. but thanks also to Paul Shaeflin (he got in with the idea first .. but you get the answer for providing working source code!) :)
Mar
24
comment How can I query for “AssignedTo = [ME]” using REST?
also getting "Bad Request" (invalid JSON object)
Mar
24
comment How can I query for “AssignedTo = [ME]” using REST?
did you actually try this code? I've had to add the content-length and change "failure" to "error"