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May
7
comment Remove top link from Sharepoint online
With the "resent" rename of IDs in Office 365 the Suite_ prefix was changed to O365_. So it's a good practice to have both sets.
May
7
awarded  Custodian
May
7
reviewed No Action Needed How to pass url parameter between sharepoint client webpart
May
7
revised Add New Item Dropdown box as combo Box
edited body
May
7
revised Create subsite in another site collection using event recievers
Added info about Full-trust Proxy Operation
May
7
answered Create subsite in another site collection using event recievers
May
7
answered Add New Item Dropdown box as combo Box
May
2
answered Cartesian Product of Two SharePoint Lists
May
2
answered Receive alert when group membership or permissions change
May
2
comment How to retrieve the OOB Xml field with powershell?
See addition to answer
May
2
revised How to retrieve the OOB Xml field with powershell?
Addes PS to get Id of Author
May
2
answered How to retrieve the OOB Xml field with powershell?
May
2
comment How to retrieve the OOB Xml field with powershell?
Title is the fieldname shown in the UI. InternalName is the name after ows_ in the XML. StaticName is the same as InternalName unless it's changed by code. $site.rootweb.lists["User Information List"].Fields will give all the fields with this as attributes.
May
2
comment How to retrieve the OOB Xml field with powershell?
When you access $site.rootweb.lists["User Information List"].items[0] you get a SPListItem which has the Item property which you can use as $_['fieldname'] to get a fields value from Title, InternalName or StaticName of the field
Apr
30
answered how to update a custom list when there is a changes in excel sheet uploaded in document library
Apr
30
answered How do you decide the scope of a feature when creating timer job?
Apr
28
answered query.set_viewXml retrieving everything
Apr
28
comment Which is good practice to not activate the feature by default?
That's right when deploying through PowerShell, Central Admin, Code then it's only the ActivateOnDefault that's used
Apr
28
answered Which is good practice to not activate the feature by default?
Apr
27
comment Use Office Web Apps inside Provider Hosted App
With Office365 you have no way of doing this. WebPartPages:AllowFraming can only be used to allow SharePoint pages to be IFramed for Office Web Apps on-premises you can use the HttpModule I link to