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Apr
13
comment Moving files between Libraries along with Lookup Columns?
If the destination library have the same lookup, it should be possible. Try it out and see what happens.
Apr
13
comment Can I edit a workbook using Excel Services?
@spideynok That's right. You can edit but not save the work from the web part
Apr
13
comment Can I edit a workbook using Excel Services?
@spideynok It's cofusing. He can edit variables in the web part, but he can't save his work from there. All changes he does, is invisible to other users. And if he reloads the page, the changes made will be gone.
Apr
13
comment Can I edit a workbook using Excel Services?
@spideynok You're welcome! And yes, the Excel Services hasn't changed in such a way that the article is incorrect. You can still use it as guide.
Apr
11
comment Which Organization Structure should we use?
@JoeFedorowicz It's possible to show documents from a different site collection using the Content Search Web Part. See Using Content search web part to retrieve items from another site collection
Apr
11
comment Which Organization Structure should we use?
@RobertLindgren Thanks for making that clear! It's way to early in the morning to answer SP-questions at 7 AM Saturday. I've updated accordingly. The 200 GB limit is just there to make backups reasonable in time. Imagine moving just 0,5 TB in a slow network!
Apr
11
comment reading sharepoint 2013 list item field error: value does not fall within the expected rage
Could you please explain why the elevated privileges would solve the problem in the question?
Apr
10
comment PowerShell for uploading a .stp file into the list template gallery
@SaMolPPp Thanks! And yes you can - like this: sharepoint.stackexchange.com/a/10088/6382
Apr
10
comment How to restore deleted OOB Timer Job
@ps Microsoft says you can't alter database content, but to configure a procedure to run from SQL I guess wouldn't compromise warrenty. I guess thats the fastest solution for your problem, even if I'd do a complete package to replace the missing timer job. See Create and Deploy Custom Timer Job Definition in SharePoint Programatically
Apr
10
comment How to restore deleted OOB Timer Job
@ps Strange. Looks like the only way to get it back is through a custom solution or a complete re-install and content move.
Apr
9
comment Can sharepoint 2010 search read a sitemap.xml for crawling?
I think your first link holds the answer
Apr
9
comment Can sharepoint 2010 search read a sitemap.xml for crawling?
On SharePoint 2013 this comes out of the box. Just enable the feature explained here learningsharepoint.com/2012/09/21/…
Apr
9
comment Show Newsfeed from Sharepoint Blog on ASP.Net Site
RSS-feed could solve your problem.
Apr
9
comment Can sharepoint 2010 search read a sitemap.xml for crawling?
For internal search? No, and it's not needed either. SharePoint Search crawls PDF content (OCR) just as good.
Apr
9
comment Can sharepoint 2010 search read a sitemap.xml for crawling?
@SharePointLearner I guess you're having your SharePoint Web App as a public website? If so the sitemap.xml will help external crawlers (Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc...) but doesn't effect the internal Crawling, Content Processing or Indexing.
Apr
9
comment Can sharepoint 2010 search read a sitemap.xml for crawling?
@SharePointLearner Nope. If it's a SharePoint site, the Search Service Application already knows how the site/subsites are structured, and therefor site maps are ignored.
Apr
9
comment 2013 displays entire claims string instead of username
Do you have a value for this user in the User Profile Property Name field?
Apr
9
comment Quick Edit very slow while saving
Is it a performance issue in the WFE or the SQL Server?
Apr
8
comment Invite External Users gives ULS error
I think this is posted in the wrong system. StackExchange is not a part of Microsoft.
Apr
8
comment Errors when creating OneNote document using SPD workflow
Great! I've added this to your answer and removed the post notice. Thanks!