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comment Preforming a search that is not security trimmed
Yes, get it from actual site instead
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comment Preforming a search that is not security trimmed
I misunderstood the question, thinking if query ever worked. I believe underlying error message is more do with permissions than anything else. Why don't you try SPSite constructor, which receives system account user token SPUserToken from new but existing site collection object SPSite site = new SPSite("http://sharepoint1"); SPUserToken systoken = site.SystemAccount.UserToken;
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comment Preforming a search that is not security trimmed
Are you referring any managed properties in query text, and if they marked to be indexed and searchable?
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comment Hide refiners depending on the selected browser language - Sharepoint 2013
Try checking the exact IDs by viewing the Page Source.
Jun
30
comment What is the relation between Friendly URL and Managed Navigation?
Yes, you need to defined the term set via term store management, which eventually would drive existing and new pages.
Jun
30
comment Hide refiners depending on the selected browser language - Sharepoint 2013
Open the developer tool bar and dig into why it didn't work. I can think if jQuery library may not be referenced before the script.
Jun
26
comment How to exclude TaxonomyFieldControl from spell checker
have you tried this? cann0nf0dder.wordpress.com/category/development/page/4
Jun
25
comment why seatle.html is missing on subsites
I got your point but you're not creating a site collection with publishing template? Is it a new site collection or an existing site collection that you're working with?
Jun
25
comment why seatle.html is missing on subsites
See my updated reply =)
Jun
24
comment How to get sharepoint admin site url?
What kind of app is that?
Jun
24
comment Sharepoint 2013: How to open in new window a particular blog post
Marian, I have updated my post with updated script and screenshot. Let me know if you still have any confusion =). Happy SharePointing!
Jun
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comment Sharepoint 2013: How to open in new window a particular blog post
Update your original question with code
Jun
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comment Sharepoint 2013: How to open in new window a particular blog post
Could you post the script used in script editor web part?
Jun
19
comment JavaScript client object model - get current user email id, first name, last name
How are you accessing it? App, web part or what? what JS script files are loading in the chrome/IE at the time of error? Could you paste the screen shot?
Jun
19
comment How to Build a Multi-Language Site?
Labels can be of two types. One that SharePoint provides you out of the box like labels on Site Settings, Site collection administration, Ribbon etc. Second is the custom ones like site title, site description, list names, site columns, content types which has to be localized using custom development. SharePoint supports localization on both when UI language is changed.
Jun
19
comment Sharepoint 2013: How to open in new window a particular blog post
Can you add a script editor or content editor web part on the landing page?
Jun
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comment Sharepoint 2013: How to open in new window a particular blog post
If you want to keep it in version control then better create a .js file. sympmarc.com/2011/05/03/…
Jun
19
comment Create Term using JSOM
Check, if terms created with valid guid (no uppercase), parent and language?
Jun
18
comment How do I enable Ratings and Likes for blogs SharePoint Online
Nothing I am aware of right now but building a custom would be an overkill.
Jun
18
comment How to Build a Multi-Language Site?
Yes, even though variations have improved a lot since previous versions but I wouldn't recommend unless you requirements are driven by multi-lingual sites with strong focus on content translations. You can be better off building providing multi-lingual with labels only and let users to managed content translations by themselves. Moreover, labels translation is simply easy to set up and manage so I would definitely weigh this option.