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If the pdf files are stored separately in the document library, I don't think it's possible to dynamically display pdf files in the page viewer web part. You need to choose pdf file to display.


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Follow SharePoint Designer and Modern Authentication. This guide is written by Microsoft and will allow you to connect to SPO with Modern Auth from Designer.


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There's no REST API that you could use from JS to show audit data on a SharePoint page. Read more on this here However, you could create your own Web API using Server Side Model and then call it from JS to retrieve Audit Data from SharePoint. For more information visit this post


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A few things you can check: Open SharePoint Designer 2013 using an Administrator account, which is not System Account, then publish the workflow again. Clear the SharePoint Designer cache. Reference: How to Clear Your SharePoint Designer 2010/2013 Cache. Clear the SharePoint Designer login credentials as referred in this post: SharePoint designer 2013 ...


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Go to the document library -> Click workflow settings in the library tab -> Check whether SharePoint 2010 workflow ran in last 4 months.


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The workflow history list will contain information on when your workflow last ran, you can find the list in your site. Here is an example of the list URL: https://sharepoint/mysite/lists/Workflow%20History/AllItems.aspx


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You need to create a Dictionary variable to store and pass the body to SharePoint REST API in designer workflow. Also, you need to pass the dictionary variable to the request and response headers which has below headers: Accept: application/json;odata=verbose Content-Type: application/json;odata=verbose Check detailed step by step information in below ...


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This will not work because the event type in the workflow history table in SharePoint 2013 is blank. See this Link: SharePoint Workflow history List


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As Ganesh Sanap said, you could unregister that site as hub site. Here is the way to using PnP PowerShell command as a supplement. Open SharePoint Online Management Shell and type following PnP PowerShell: Connect-PnPOnline -Url https://tenant.sharepoint.com -Credentials (Get-Credential) Unregister-PnPHubSite -Site https://tenant.sharepoint.com/sites/...


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Check if you have register this site as a Hub site. You can find more information about hub sites at: Planning your SharePoint hub sites If it is a hub site then you can unregister it by following below documentation: Unregister a site as a hub site


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As Denis Molodtsov said, you could use SharePoint Framework to custom modern sites. For your requirements, I would suggest you use the SPFx Applications Customiser CSS Injection and create your custom css/js file to change site layout/structure.


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As Hugo Bernier says: If you need to customize the look and feel of modern pages, you can use custom tenant branding, custom site designs, and modern site themes without incurring the wrath of the SharePoint gods. If you want to go even further, you can use SharePoint Framework Extensions and page placeholders to customize well-known areas of modern pages. ...


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If you create the workflow with trigger on creation and change, it will run the workflow each time you create a new item or update the current item. So it is not possible to restart the status verification all over again based on single change trigger.


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Sorry for the very late reply. I can't understand this answer. I want to create a Custom Action with URL for a list view ribbon. But following the instructions here, a single, particular item on the list is hard-coded into the URL (the {ItemID} parameter). So the custom action operates on the same item every time, and disregards which item is selected on the ...


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The dialog object shoulg be iframe element in html, and you could get the element in iframe with this script: document.getElementById(iframeId).contentWindow.document Reference: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/2868032/javascript-how-to-change-elements-content-inside-a-page-when-using-iframes-us


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Answer: You cannot use =CONCATENATE(Proper(Right)(Left)) The proper sequence or hierarchy is CONCATENATE((PROPER(Left)),(PROPER(Right))) In order to change a field with a value of first.last and make the value a proper name I used the following formula in a calculated column: =CONCATENATE(PROPER(LEFT(fieldName,INT(FIND(".",fieldName)-1)))," &...


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If you are using SharePoint designer workflow 2013 then you can use Replace Substring in String action to replace "." with space and save it in the list. No need to use any calculated column for this. Microsoft documentation: Workflow actions quick reference (SharePoint Workflow platform) - Utility actions Example: SharePoint Designer 2013: Replace ...


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This is a clear permission issue with your SharePoint site. Right click your SPD and open as admin and then try to create a new aspx page


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