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PowerShell commands that allows you to perform complex provisioning and artifact management actions towards SharePoint. The commands use CSOM and can work against both SharePoint Online as SharePoint On-Premises.

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You say the data is sorted ascending, but I'm guessing that it's the view that's sorted. get-pnplistitem isn't retrieving items based on a view, but based on the raw data. But if you check the docs, e …
answered Jan 10 by Mike2500
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No, pnp does not support querying a list based on a view, though it does support using a caml query.
answered Jan 18 by Mike2500
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Just install the right module. See the installation instructions here, and note that there's a different installation on the PNP modules for each version of SP, including 2013. Note, if you need mult …
answered Sep 3 by Mike2500
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So you're trying to create a new lookup field via pnp powershell? While add-pnpfield supports adding basic fields, it does not support lookups (yet). See add-pnpfieldfromxml, which allows us to specif …
answered Jan 14 by Mike2500
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ShareGate can do reporting, so one option is to use sharegate to report on both sites, export both sets of reports to two database tables, and run some queries to see if there are any rows without a m …
answered Jan 18 by Mike2500