CSOM: Client-side object model. C# (or Visual Basic) only, use NuGet, at the moment same package for both 2010 and 2013.
SP.ClientContext.get_current() for normal use. new SP.ClientContext('url...') for specific SPSite. Note this works cross-SPSite in 2013.
SSOM: Server-side object model. ...
You need to change the view for this, if you look closely with your current code - look at the first post iteration, it starts from ID=2 instead of 1, change the view to enumerate over subject and reply both.
So instead of
SPListItemCollection oSpListItemClnPost = oSpListPost.Items;
SPListItemCollection oSpListItemClnPost = oSpListPost.GetItems(...
there is Tags and Notes support in 2010 std/ent (based on Managed Metadata Service): http://mscerts.programming4.us/sharepoint/sharepoint%202010%20%20%20viewadd%20notes%20to%20a%20document%20or%20list%20item.aspx
I think you got the answer by now. Recently I get into same problem so here is what I think.
Discussion board app - You would not choose this approach unless you don't need the feature like reputation. This app is just a document library limited in two content types: message and reply.
Community site - It gives you the full feature of a dicussion board ...
jQuery("a:contains('new discussion')").html("Your new Text");
We used SharePoint blogs in the past and faced a similar problem: Although someone follows the blog website this does not mean that this person will get any newsfeed updates (for instance, when someone creates a new blog post). In SharePoint you only get newsfeed updates when you follow the person who creates the blog post. This does not make sense sometimes ...
The technique is called Client Side Rendering (i've posted a complete example which makes a carousel View from an Announcements list - you need to follow the same approach).
i think your issue might be here:
SPListItemCollection listItemCln = list.GetItems(list.Views["Management"]);
make sure that Management exists, i think you need todo the following:
using (SPSite site = new SPSite("http://site-url"))
using (SPWeb web = site.OpenWeb())
// Get data from a list.
SPList list = web.Lists["...
I would ask couple of question and have recommendation.
Which browser you are using, try different browser?
did you to use the IE with enterprise mode( compatibility mode)?
is this behavior only with one customer or all customer?
try to create another site collection with community template and try
what is SharePoint build level, may be worth to ...
This is available to onprem users using the word automation service:
At this time it is not available to online users without a third-party solution, but there is a uservoice open to request it:
If you want to hear more about SharePoint (onPrem / Cloud) then i would recommend to go for Microsoft Ignite conferee by Microsoft. You can read more about this over here https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/ignite/default.aspx. Ignite is must have thing.
Other than that there are many one day conferences called SharePoint Saturdays which are happening around ...
it always depends on what exactly you'd like to learn (which topic) but it is always good to get information from the SharePoint team or MVPs.
Check this URL and find your session.
Hope this helps,
As it often is with SharePoint, your best answer you will find yourself by looking into the inner working of things.
The problem is that the HashTags column is set to Hidden in a Community discussion board. Hidden columns are not indexed by SharePoint search so you cannot find them. Easy solution: Set the column to visible, only that this is a bit more ...
The page /sites/mySiteName/SitePages/Community Home.aspx was already created in site pages library despite of the error and it was checked out to me.
So I went to versioning setting of the Site Pages library and checked the 'No' radio box in the option 'Require documents to be checked out before they can be edited?'
And then I tried to activate the ...
Project Site – this site template is used for managing and collaborating on a project. Project site coordinates project status and all additional information relevant to the project.
Community Site – a site where the community members can explore, discover content and discuss common topics.
So depending upon your requirements you can select any one. ...
Out of the box, it's not possible to get notifications unless you are mentioned or replied to. All Newsfeed settings can be found at About Me > Edit > ... > Newsfeed settings
Reference: Change your newsfeed settings
Site Master Pages are only used on publishing pages. This excludes e.g. the views of lists (NewForm.aspx, AllItems.aspx, etc.).
Also while viewing a topic the page is based on a web part Site Page, i.e. not a publishing page.
If you'd like to have custom master pages used on these non publishing pages, you could edit the .aspx -file of the selected pages to ...
I think that is a solid setup. As for the test, I don't know if it's possible, but maybe have testing items on a different hardware system just to be safe! But that's only if it's available.
Here's something useful someone told me when I first started: each web application should ideally have its own application pool. That way, if the app pool fails, it won'...
What you are referring to on the Community sites is actually a simple Discussion Board list. It's not the social newsfeed for a site. By default, it is a list named "Discussions List". You can access and interact with that list in C# CSOM like any other SharePoint list. Start here if you need guidance: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff798388....
Central Administration -> Manage Service Applications -> User Profile Synchoronization -> Manage user permissions -> uncheck Create Personal Site
Here you can enable/ disable a lot of things related to MySites and User Profiles. To disable mysite creation uncheck the item that says "Create Personal Site".
SEE: Disable _layouts/userdisp.aspx ...
In these situations, the view is sometimes specific to the web part displaying it, so you want to go to the page with the web part and select the "Modify View" option from there. Its its SP2010, you'll want to click on some part of the list within the web part to get the context specific "List" menu tab to show up in the ribbon, then go to "Modify View."
This is the default behaviour of the product. I don't know why Microsoft decided this because is odd. If you Leave the communnity still presents the same number.
I have already written to Microsoft so that they check it but it seems to be the desired behaviour because the community stores your historical data (badges, discussions, etc) and never will be ...
I will suggest you to read some basic book on SharePoint functionality.. These are all Out of the box features and you can easily customize them for your needs..
How to Do Everything Microsoft SharePoint 2013
Getting Started With SharePoint 2013
Beginning SharePoint 2013: Building Business Solutions (Wrox Programmer to Programmer)
Have you checked the "Enable Auto-Approval" checkbox in the "Community Settings"?
However, this option is only available if you create the Community Site as a Site Collection: