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answered Sharepoint Iframe Cross Domain
Aug
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revised How to get list by url using client object model?
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Aug
4
comment How to get list by url using client object model?
Indeed (I found this in a fleeting search), but it wouldn't take much to re-write it to Javascript, only adding an async callback. All the objects are the same.
Aug
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awarded  web-part
Jul
22
comment Programmatically inserting an image in an Infopath form
This MSDN article should help: msdn.microsoft.com/en-gb/library/wkze6zky.aspx - look for System.Xml.dll when adding the reference, then the XmlNamespaceManager shoudl resolve in the above sample code.
Jul
21
comment Programmatically inserting an image in an Infopath form
This code works outside InfoPath fine, I've used it. You just need to add the missing references to your ASP.NET project. XmlNamespaceManager is within System.Xml.dll, for example.
Jul
20
comment Programmatically inserting an image in an Infopath form
That's pretty clever. I don't know about the Picture component in InfoPath, but if it's anything like the Attachment component, the image and it's filename are combined and Base64'd, and Microsoft has code to work with them: support.microsoft.com/kb/2517906
Jul
19
answered Sharepoint Search Results
Jul
19
answered how to queue Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.File.SaveBinaryDirect operations?
Jul
19
comment Programmatically inserting an image in an Infopath form
How are you creating the forms programmatically? What method? Have you tried a byte array, or a base64 encoded string?
Jul
19
answered How to add display text to Sharepoint page
Jul
18
answered View uls logs for sharepoint online
Jul
10
comment SPSite.allwebs returns error
Just had the same issue, the third bullet here worked for me.
Jul
4
answered How to get list by url using client object model?
Jul
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Jun
30
comment In One Public Site on Sharepoint 2013 I don't see a lot of applications
Specifically, look for one called "Team Collaboration Lists", which may be listed as "Listy pracy zespołowej".
Apr
5
comment Any way I can add “Orange” theme or composed look within onet.xml or feature staple, office 365?
Btw, that screenshot above of "Change the Look" isn't from the Thmx engine, those are Composed Looks.
Apr
5
comment Any way I can add “Orange” theme or composed look within onet.xml or feature staple, office 365?
There's a 15 folder in the theme gallery, that's what I was referring to.
Apr
4
answered Any way I can add “Orange” theme or composed look within onet.xml or feature staple, office 365?