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Jan
29
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jan
25
revised Do server resource allocations affect throttling?
Edited last sentence: "...with a lower server resources?" was changed to "...with a lower server resource allocation?"
Jan
22
asked Do server resource allocations affect throttling?
Jan
8
awarded  Self-Learner
Jan
8
awarded  Yearling
Jan
8
revised What enables the RootSite capability via the O365 discovery service?
Emphasis on the crux of the issue at the end of the answer.
Jan
8
awarded  Scholar
Jan
8
accepted What enables the RootSite capability via the O365 discovery service?
Jan
8
answered What enables the RootSite capability via the O365 discovery service?
Jan
2
comment Tag SharePoint pages with “I like it” tag programmatically
First answer I've come across to clearly indicate that the "like" equivalent for managed CSOM resides in the Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.UserProfiles.dll assembly and not a "CSOM version" of Microsoft.Office.Server.ReputationModel. This isn't as obvious as it should be in the documentation.
Dec
21
revised What enables the RootSite capability via the O365 discovery service?
Added the 12/21 update.
Dec
16
revised What enables the RootSite capability via the O365 discovery service?
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Dec
16
revised What enables the RootSite capability via the O365 discovery service?
Added sentence regarding client's use of federated authentication.
Dec
16
awarded  Student
Dec
16
asked What enables the RootSite capability via the O365 discovery service?
Jul
17
comment Get a Content Type by Name (Title) using CSOM
In case it's tripping up anyone else: be aware of the difference between Web.ContentTypes (msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/…) and Web.AvailableContentTypes (msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/…).
Jul
15
comment Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.File.SaveBinaryDirect throws 404 for blocked file types
Is there a non null InnerException? I'm assuming so, otherwise how did you know what the "actual" exception was? SharePoint is notorious for vague exceptions. If there's an InnerException then I'd say check that exception object's message or type.
Jun
6
comment refresh only webpart
There's another tag beneath the UpdatePanel control that should contain your markup. Check out the documentation: msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb399001%28v=vs.140%29.aspx. Try wrapping your markup in the ContentTemplate tag.
Jun
4
comment Finding corrupt documents in Document Libraries
That's rough. To Naveen's point, having a "before and after" of the document properties would be good. Can you restore a post-migration backup, perhaps? Or maybe rerun the migration in a test environment in order to recreate the corrupted files?
Jun
4
comment Finding corrupt documents in Document Libraries
You mentioned end-users being unable to open corrupted documents; is there an error in the UI? Better still, is there any kind of stack trace you can traverse? Are you able to open the same documents via PowerShell or a console application? At what point does accessing the file fail, exactly? Getting the bytes? Could be a simple pathing issue, too.