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Apr
28
comment Sharepoint List Column to pdf
Well, perhaps, but the GetFieldValueAsText is a SharePoint-specific method. If you change your answer to use that I will upvote you and so you would have the correct answer. I will not delete mine as HtmlAgilityPack can make it easier to do more complicated alterations beside just html->plain string.
Apr
28
comment Sharepoint List Column to pdf
The link you gave is for Microsoft.SharePoint.Client, and not SSOM as OP has. But I believe one can do something like list.Fields.GetFieldByInternalName("Description").GetFieldValueAsText(oItem)
Apr
27
comment HTML/CSS Website conversion to Sharepoint
Are you using 2013? If so have you looked at Design Manager? It can convert HTML-pages to Masterpages including your CSS (need some custom markup)
Apr
27
comment App prison break
Not that I have a blog, but it was supposed to be community wiki, how can I turn it into that (if that would justify the post any)?
Apr
26
comment Rest API Responsive Web App
You can get the token through TokenHelper (oauthauthorize.aspx), at least for 365. But do you really need that, why can't you use CSOM? REST to your server and Web API + CSOM.
Apr
25
comment Navigation Drop-Down Menu: Pull from List
It's no problem. In all honesty you could say I was just lazy, it's not like we should let lazy people like me "hold off" answers like that :) And your answer is a good one, much better than I would have come up with
Apr
25
comment Navigation Drop-Down Menu: Pull from List
So much for asking if he is using 2013 and if he has access to Managed Metadata beforehand in a comment :P Oh well +1
Apr
25
comment Navigation Drop-Down Menu: Pull from List
Do you have Managed Metadata? Is this 2013?
Apr
25
comment how to convert from year and week number to a date? any formula to do so?
Something you want to show in a list? If you use 2013 this can be solved with JSLink, and probably in combination with moment.js (putting as comment as we don't know what version of SharePoint you use, or your approach). In moment.js it would probably be something like this: moment('14W19', 'YY{W}WW')
Apr
25
comment Who tried to access a site?
I guess you saw this answer? It is not for 2013 though, but auditing in general would be a good place to start. Another alternative is to just look at the IIS logs (or ULS, but IIS should be enough)
Apr
25
comment Rest API Responsive Web App
You can use REST towards 2013 (at least 365) from anywhere without apps (must register a dummy-app for OAuth, must obtain access token server-side), I can tell you more about this if it is what you want. But is there any reason you can't use apps? This sounds like the perfect setup for a provider-hosted app
Apr
24
comment Where to run this code on sharepoint 2013
Console application in Visual Studio?
Apr
24
comment Get grouped items by “Group by” and applied pagination
Why would GroupBy limit the amount of items? It is RowLimit which limits the amount of items. Even in other libraries where IQueryable supports GroupBy such as in Entity Framework all items are retrieved on GroupBy, just grouped by some expression
Apr
24
comment Get grouped items by “Group by” and applied pagination
It should simply group the items already returned from your SPQuery. And if you limit this to 10 items as you mentioned in your question then it should be rather trivial
Apr
24
comment Get grouped items by “Group by” and applied pagination
If you are going to use limit anyway because of your paging I doubt there will be any performance issue. I at least don't think I see much difference between GroupBy().Select() and OrderBy() which is basically what you get when the result from SPQuery is flat anyway
Apr
24
comment query xml powershell sharepoint
What is '3;#0' anyway? I suspect it means $someItem["FolderChildCount"] is 0, but you need the '3', what is it?
Apr
24
comment query xml powershell sharepoint
I'm struggling to understand what you are trying to do, what I can decipher is that you want all lists of a SPSite which contains any item with the Title 'M' (guessing at Title)?
Apr
24
comment Integrate my web part in my sharepoint Site
What I meant was that apps does not support Web Parts, only Client Web Parts. Your host site can add Client Web Parts which are just iframes to your app at the app domain. In any case this is getting out of hand, I suggest you read up on the link I posted. Your question is about Web Parts, although you don't have and can't have Web Parts in your app so it is in all essence unrelated to your approach
Apr
24
comment Integrate my web part in my sharepoint Site
You can't deploy Web Parts in apps, only Client Web Parts (please see link) which are a bit different
Apr
24
comment Integrate my web part in my sharepoint Site
Since it is a Web Part it will be scoped for SPSite (site collection). Go to Site settings > Site Collection Administration > Site collection features, here you should find your feature and you can enable it. The name of your feature is probably something like Feature1, you can see the actual name under "Features" in your Visual Studio project