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You cannot apply filter query based on the ContainerDisplayName property. Also, ContainerDisplayName property does not provide the name of specific document library. It is: A string describing where the item is stored. For example, the name of a SharePoint site or the user name identifying the owner of the OneDrive storing the item. Source: ...


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We cannot filter on the property 'ContainerDisplayName'. I did a test in Graph explorer and got this error: "The property 'ContainerDisplayName' does not support filtering."


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Use below: If(IsBlank(TextInput7.Text) || IsBlank(TextInput1_4.Text), Disabled, Edit) OR If(Or(IsBlank(TextInput7.Text), IsBlank(TextInput1_4.Text)), Disabled, Edit)


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Set visible property of label control to: Not(Dropdown1_1.Selected.Site <> "Please Select") Update from comments: As @RobertLindgren suggested, below should also work for you: Dropdown1_1.Selected.Site = "Please Select"


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I tried replicating the error you are getting & your calculated column formula seems fine. Output: Note: Sometimes comma(,) does not work in formula (I am not sure but it is based on something language or regional settings on your site). So in that case use semicolon(;) instead of comma(,). Set The data type returned from this formula is: to Single ...


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We just had the same issue. ULS showed an error creating the Database. In our case the default database location in SQL Server was wrong.


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You have to modify your formula to: =IF(AND(A="Low",B="Low"),"No", (IF(AND(A="Low",B="Medium"),"No", (IF(AND(A="Low",B="Medium-High"),"No", (IF(AND(A="Low",B="High"),"No", (IF(AND(A="Medium",B="Low"),"Yes", (IF(...


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I never worked with Python, but my experience with connecting sharepoint with MFA enabled account is that you removed the Password parameter from the code. On executing the Powershell/code (without password parameter), a pop up will come to provide the credentials and MFA unique code. give it try..


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First check AD features are are installed or not. Or Then using stsadm this command execute. STSADM.exe -o getsiteuseraccountdirectorypath -url http://intranet If you get output like this: DC=childdomain,DC=rootdomain,DC=local Then you need to run the following command to change the people picker search scope to search the entire forest: STSADM.exe -o ...


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This is may due to the deprecation and removal of the DataFormWebPart as part of MC242207. Similar issue for your reference: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/answers/questions/315516/xml-code-no-longer-working-in-sharepoint.html


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You need to update searchforests for the Central Admin Site (WebApp) stsadm –o setproperty –pn peoplepicker-searchadforests –pv <list of forests or domains> -url <WebApp> For more info visit this link and also this


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