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Time ago I said to a punny swordman "I am not stupid enough to use a cannon to hunt a rabbit".

Then WHY on earth I am still here, using SharePoint to replace an app server? Maybe using Yorula to cut that server in half could be a good idea, after all... This application does not belong there.


Message Offered by the "Do not use SharePoint as a Tomcat Replacement: for a world where SharePoint apps have something to do with SharePoint" committee.


Oct
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comment Programatically identifing feature for activation
I have edited the question to be more clear. If anything else come to mind, feel free to improve it and add more info as required. For example, do you have any restriction about the feature you are using?
Oct
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revised Programatically identifing feature for activation
made title more specific
Oct
28
answered Programatically identifing feature for activation
Oct
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revised Programatically identifing feature for activation
removed sharepoint version tags, problem doesn't seem version specific.
Oct
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Programatically identifing feature for activation
Oct
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answered Update current list item c#
Oct
15
revised why web part that i created for SPS cannot be use in SFS. error
reformatting code
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10
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9
comment Issue in REST call
Please, add the code from the two methods. If we are to find a solution, we need to see the code from addTTItemsList
Oct
8
revised SharePoint 2010 Enable Enterprise features
Added details from the comment in the answer
Oct
8
comment SharePoint 2010 Enable Enterprise features
That was the idea I was going to post next
Oct
8
comment SharePoint 2010 Enable Enterprise features
@Chunkyfeather - What is the description for the list? Even if it seems strange, it does almost seem that this is a custom template..
Oct
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on JSLink OnPostRender to modify list totals only works before filter
Oct
1
comment Can not Activate Site Feed feature of my site collection
For added simplicity if the UI displays a correlation ID you can use that to filter the logs displayed in the feed.
Oct
1
comment Can not Activate Site Feed feature of my site collection
most recent one. But if you are totally new to sharepoint log I suggest you use this program ( link ). If you open the File menu and chose Open From>ULS it will start displaying the real time feed of logs. Then you just need to replicate the error and see if anything suspect pops up in the feed when you do that.
Oct
1
comment Can not Activate Site Feed feature of my site collection
You have multiple ways to review the logs. You could go to the log folder as stated above, you can use a program like UlsLogViewer or a powershell comand (es: "get-splogevent -starttime (get-date).addminutes(-1) | fl message > c:\errors.txt" would dump the latest minute of log to the file errors.txt). Any method you chose, we need the log info - real error message - to debug the problem.
Oct
1
reviewed Reviewed Distinguish between approved and not approved items (REST api)
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