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Jul
24
awarded  Yearling
Jul
24
comment Customize a view of recurring calendar events using client side rendering (JSLink)
Thanks, but as I wrote: If I set RecurrenceRowset="False" on the view I am able to set ClientRender="True" on the XsltListViewWebPart and this makes my JSLink load an reder perfectly fine. So neither path nor content of the JSLink are the problem.
Jul
23
revised Customize a view of recurring calendar events using client side rendering (JSLink)
Added csr-tag
Jul
23
awarded  Custodian
Jul
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Customize a view of recurring calendar events using client side rendering (JSLink)
Jul
23
answered JSLink get field with url
Jul
23
asked Customize a view of recurring calendar events using client side rendering (JSLink)
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Feb
18
comment What is the (estimated) administration cost for a SharePoint-Farm?
For completeness: I got more answers ranging from 1 day/month to 1 person/WFE - some more links are huddle.com/blog/sharepoint-cost-explained and harbar.net/archive/2009/03/13/…
Feb
18
accepted What is the (estimated) administration cost for a SharePoint-Farm?
Feb
15
comment how to access patches programatically
John, thanks for the answer. However I was thinking more along the lines of farm.GetAllPatches() :-) Using the DataSource-Control seems to be part of the UI-Controls and I'm not sure whether they can be used in PowerShell or featureRecievers.
Feb
13
asked how to access patches programatically
Feb
8
awarded  Commentator
Feb
8
comment What is the (estimated) administration cost for a SharePoint-Farm?
Thanks for the SharePoint-online advice, but an on-premise installation is required. I edited the question to better explain what I am looking for.
Feb
8
comment What is the (estimated) administration cost for a SharePoint-Farm?
As I'm no admin I'm not sure what admins normally do :-) In this case it's all about running/maintaining the machines up to the SharePoint installation. That is maintenance of hardware and the windows-system, as well as the sql-servers. The SharePoint installation in itself would be handled by another team. Possibly the administrators would be needed to keep an eye out for errors in the SharePoint-logs but fixing those errors would not be their job...
Feb
8
revised What is the (estimated) administration cost for a SharePoint-Farm?
Explained what I am looking for in more detail...
Feb
8
asked What is the (estimated) administration cost for a SharePoint-Farm?
Nov
26
accepted Is it possible to list the usages of an item from ReusableContent
Nov
26
answered Is it possible to list the usages of an item from ReusableContent