You don't need to change the definition of the getItems function at all. As it is written, you actually have two different options. The way that method is concatenating filter strings together, you can just specify to criteria in a single parameter, for example:
this.getItems(mylistguid, myctid, "firstnamecol eq 'Alice' and agecol eq 27");
But that ...
Could you please try the below code,
# replace these details (also consider using Get-Credential to enter password securely as script runs)..
$username = "SomeUser@SomeOrg.onmicrosoft.com"
$password = "SomePassword"
$url = "https://SomeSite.sharepoint.com"
$securePassword = ConvertTo-SecureString $Password -AsPlainText -Force
# the path here may need ...
You might also want to consider using a Site Design for this, especially if you want it to be repeatable easily - and to let site owners manage things themselves. You can use a Site Design at site provisioning time or at a later point to instantiate specific artifacts, like Content Types, lists/libraries, etc.
The best recommended approach is use the PnP Provisioning template.
Download the PnP Provisioning template using PnP
Filter the downloaded template (xml) because there is no way to generate only the specific list template, by default it will download all lists/libraries from the specific site.
Then create a new list using the filtered PnP template.
You can use Get-PnPProvisioningTemplate to export a list as a template and then recreate the list on another site using Apply-PnPProvisioningTemplate.
To export just a specific list you would use the following syntax:
Connect-PnPOnline -Url https://contoso.sharepoint.com/sites/comsite
Get-PnPProvisioningTemplate -Handlers Lists -ListsToExtract <GUID or ...
Assuming you've verified that the data has been properly crawled without issue... I actually had this same problem on my 2016 Enterprise environment. There was no reason, that I could see, why information was not populating. It was only happening in specific site collections, even though they were created identically. All of my data was crawling and, in ...
OneDrive's are simply specialized/personalized site collections in SharePoint that were created from the SPSPERS template. To find all OneDrives you can use Brian Jackett's technique for enumerating site collections with CSOM, just add an additional filter to only get sites based on the SPSPERS template using the SPOSitePropertiesEnumerableFilter.Template ...
If you built your Logic App directly in the Designer in the Azure Portal, then you will need to start by downloading the generated Logic App ARM Template so it can be managed in Visual Studio. Obviously, if you've already built your Logic App in Visual Studio, you can skip to the next step.
You need to build Parameters into your ARM Template. This will ...
We can do it by exporting and importing the logic app - but before need to ensure, we have all required list /library in the target environment.
Here are the steps to Export and Import the logic app :
Assume that we have created a Microsoft Flow.
On the top right corner of the flow , click on the Settings->Export->Logic Apps
Download the ...