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You can do the following at the Web Application, Site Collection, or Web level (so substitute the cmdlets appropriately): $wa = Get-SPWebApplication https://webAppUrl $wa.AllowCreateDeclarativeWorkflow = $false $wa.Update() There are no settings to control creation, deletion, editing of 2013 workflows. The only option for 2013 is to remove the Workflow ...


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As far as SharePoint content database migration is concerned using the detach and attach method it will migrate everything - all designer workflows along with infopath forms. And we can not migrate directly from SharePoint 2010 to 2019. The sequence is 2010->2013->2016 ->2019 Few key points to remember: Complete all running workflows in SharePoint 2010 ...


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You can create a view with the below filter options, Assigned To is equal to [ME] OR Created By is equal to [ME] So in this view, only the items in which the current logged in user is in "Assigned To" column or "Created By" column will only be displayed. This is a simple way to display item in which current logged in user is related to. There is another ...


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Just like psdpainter said, limited access is not a permission level for you to grant. It is only a bridge helps user to go through locations where he/she does not have enough permission and navigates to the specific item which he/she can access. Quote from MS doc: it enables a user or group to browse to a site page or library to access a specific content ...


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In SharePoint 2010 CSOM, try to get file stream using Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.File.OpenBinaryDirect, here is the modified code: private static byte[] GetFileData(ClientContext clientContext, string SiteUrl, string path) { try { var web = clientContext.Web; clientContext.Load(web, website =&...


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In addition to the site policy function, no other functions need to be activated. Please check ULS logs or event logs for any clues. As a workaround, we could use powershell to make the site collection read only: Set-SPSite -Identity "SiteCollection" -LockState "No access" More information for your reference: https://docs.microsoft.com/...


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First of all create one Person or Group Field in your list (If you don't have it), say you named it Assigned To. As you are using SharePoint 2010, you can create a SharePoint designer 2010 workflow and use Replace List Item Permissions action to manage the list item permissions. Official documentation: Workflow actions in SharePoint Designer 2010: A quick ...


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Their could be different reason for this: recalculate the storage of site collection using this script $Site = Get-SPSite -identity "Site collection url" $Site.RecalculateStorageUsed() Also check if the Audit log is enabled on your site collection, if yes than check the audit logging data that may cause this issue as well. check the 2nd stage recycebin, if ...


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Since you're performing a database-attach upgrade, you don't need to do anything special with those objects since they're part of the database. As for modern lists/libraries, it depends on what you've done with them (e.g. if you've used a customized form via InfoPath, the list will render in classic mode). However, workflows will continue to run on them as ...


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This is standard for SharePoint, if you remove the group from the library it is removed from everything below it. You will need to change the group permissions at the library level and not remove the group.


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Here is a way I achieved this goal using powershell. https://github.com/ggjames/sharepoint/blob/master/ForceUpdateListItems.ps1 Instruction 1. create a column in your list as [Today's Date] 2. Setup this powershell into task scheduler, and set the trigger frequecy as you like Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell $SPWeb = Get-SPWeb http://abc.com/...


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This works for me using Office Dev PnP. Set-PnPField -List "Library" -Identity "Document ID" -Values @{Hidden=$true} This way it's no longer visible on the DispForm.


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The following CSOM worked from my desktop. Change parameter as needed... Import-Module ‘C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\SharePoint Client\Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.dll’ $site = 'https://inside.nov.com/mfg/QC' $context = [System.Net.CredentialCache]::DefaultNetworkCredentials $context = New-Object Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.ClientContext($...


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Didnt work for me , however after making few changes in the accepted code worked fine - function PreSaveAction() { var attach= $("#getFile")[0].value; if (attach && attach == null || attach.length == 0) { document.getElementById("idAttachmentsRow").style.display='none'; alert("Please attach Documents in the Attachment Section.It is Mandatory");...


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The issue is that PowerShell expects null value to be specified as $null, In your case, this is the correct syntax: if($_["Task Owner"] -eq $null)


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According to the article: Increasing this limit increases the throughput of starting and completing workflow tasks but also increases load against the content database and system resources. So I think there is no upper limit for the parameter -WorkflowPostponeThreshold. Besides, the three parameters to improve the workflow Performance. 1.Increase Throttle ...


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Try using this: =[Due Date] < DATE(YEAR(Today())+1,MONTH(Today()),DAY(Today())) Output: Note: Add this formula inside Column Validation under Column Settings.


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looks like their is no increment for the $i variable in the Else condition. so thats why it stuck on the same item all the item. Can you put this in else condition. ++$i


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Try your code like: clientContext.executeQueryAsync(successEspais, onQueryFailed); function successEspais(sender, args) { // Works perfectly! } function onQueryFailed(sender, args) { // Getting error 'args is undefined' alert('Consulta fallida. ' + args.get_message() + '\n' + args.get_stackTrace()); }


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It is by design that Workflow local variables for Date/Time store value doesn’t go with the site regional settings and it cannot be changed for the time being. In my test environment, the variable is using the time zone UTC +0. If I change the time zone under site regional settings to UTC, I will find these two values equal.


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For SharePoint Designer it may be needed to do everything by hand with hard coding. A more OOB way will be using InfoPath, you can display a view that is based on a user role. Or you will need to create a data connection to receive the user information and add rules for switching views. Similar thread here:Change view on Infopath form depending on user ...


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Yes, we can. Using the below PowerShell script, we can get all infopath forms from a particular web application and this report will be exported to a csv file. [System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName("Microsoft.SharePoint") > $null function global:Get-SPSite($url){ return new-Object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSite($url) } #Get the web ...


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SharePoint does not provide column level permissions. Here is what you can do: Create a Custom Permission Level in your site --> Name it Contribute Without Delete. Go to List Settings --> Permissions for this list. Break permission inheritance for your list. Grant View/Edit permissions to all other users and Contribute Without Delete (Created earlier) ...


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To allow "contribute - no delete", you just need to create a custom permission level, and assign that permission level to that user for the specific list (or at the site level). Unfortunately, SharePoint does not have column-level security, so there is no built-in way to grant a user edit access to some columns in a list while blocking other columns. As ...


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No you cannot type cast a text field as date in caml query. You can create BillingDate_2 column and using powershell you can convert the BillingDate values to date Time and fill it into BillngDate_2 and then you can query on the BillingDate_2, but any new items added will not have BillingDate_2 values. Another approach is to fetch all the values from the ...


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You describe the migration of data from the subsite to site collection as being trivial, but typically this type of change is Not trivial -- unless you are using some sort of migration tool such as ShareGate -- but if you are planning to use built-in export/import or backup/restore, you are probably not going to be able to move a subsite to a top-level site ...


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