New answers tagged

0

I'd prefer to try this solution with Microsoft Flow. You have there more powerful feature and you also have better debugging tools to monitor your workflow.


0

It is not advisable to create a workflow that keeps looping over and over and over. Eventually it will fail and you might not know it before it's too late. The best way would be to use a scheduler to kick off the workflow every hour, but SharePoint does not come with any scheduler. You could use powershell for it though - assuming you have a server to run ...


1

For better testing, I set to create an item every minute. For your Transition to stage, have it redirect back up to the first stage. In addition, only SharePoint 2013 workflow has the Transition to stage option. You need to create SharePoint workflow 2013.


1

Per my test, I can drag the image in the page even though Image renditions option is used on this image. You can narrow down your issue as following: What’s the browser you used to open SharePoint pages? Try to cleat browser cache and switch to another browser to check again. What’s the kind of page you used? Try to create a new blank page and check again....


0

I recently encountered this issue and what resolved it (after checking the usual remedies mentioned in some of the other answers) is removing the "Edit" column from the view. (The Edit column being the one that gives you the icon shortcut to Edit Properties.) Datasheet became editable once I did that.


1

We can use jQuery DatePicker to achieve it. The following code for your reference. Add the code into script editor web part in new/edit form page. <link rel="stylesheet" href="//code.jquery.com/ui/1.12.1/themes/base/jquery-ui.css"> <script src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.12.4.min.js"></script> <script src="https://code.jquery.com/...


0

Please check the following: 1.Try to not add any filters in the cmdlet, see if it works. like this: Merge-SPLogFile -Path D:\Log.log -Overwrite 2.Instead of just asking for the Correlation ID, provide a date filter, the narrower the time span is, the faster it will execute: Merge-SPLogFile -Path D:\Log.log -Correlation "2816f89e-8451-7054-1584-...


0

If the "Order" field is a lookup field and allow multiple select, we can use the code below to achieve it. <script src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.12.4.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> $(function () { $("nobr:contains('Warranty')").closest('tr').hide(); $("select[title='Order selected ...


0

Assuming your jQuery selectors or right, you can try using below code: <script type="text/javascript" src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1/jquery.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function(){ if ($("select[title='Order']").val() == "Car") { $("...


2

Did you enable anonymous access for the list? To access the page anonymously, you need to make sure the list also could be accessed for anonymous users.


0

It does look like a CORS problem. There is a thread that has some suggestions here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/33367758/enable-cors-in-sharepoint-2013


3

The SharePoint Farm Account should have access to the sharepoint content. Unless you restrict the user in web application user policy(it's not recommended), you cannot limit this account.


1

You can restrict the Farm User by removing the permission of that user from the User Policy of Web Application. Follow the below steps. Central Administration ->Application Management->Manage web applications->choose the web application which contain the site collection->User Policy Make sure the user has no permission on the web application. Refer to ...


1

To use connect-spoService you need to provide SharePoint Admin Url and use the SharePoint Tenant Admin url. You can not use the regular SharePoint site for connecting as this powerShell is for admin. Once you connected then you can query against any site collection in the tenant. but if your requirement is just with one specific site collection and you ...


1

from the documentation https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/sharepoint/sharepoint-online/introduction-sharepoint-online-management-shell?view=sharepoint-ps To use SharePoint Online PowerShell commands, you must be a SharePoint Online global administrator. Before you can run SharePoint Online commands, you must install the SharePoint Online ...


2

Best way is you can participate in the developer program of Office 365 . See Join the Microsoft Office 365 Developer Program. Additionally, If you have MSDN subscription then you will get lot of benefits. You can check those benefits here. If you are open for paid SharePoint Online plan then you can Compare SharePoint Online options.


0

For the SharePoint iOS mobile app, for remote access you need to put in place a mechanism to access your farm remotely. This would mean opening up a firewall port or otherwise exposing the SharePoint farm. Note that with on-prem, you must be using Windows Claims (NTLM) to use the SharePoint mobile app. The iOS app does support SharePoint on-prem, but I'm ...


0

You on premises SharePoint site would have been on intranet which is not accessible until you are in your Organization network. For on premises SharePoint site on Mobile app you have 2 options 1) You mobile (andriod or ios) should be connected to your organization network, It can be via wifi :) 2) You need to put your SharePoint site in extranet or ...


1

Of course, they can change check out and edit the page. In the approve permission level, the permission "Override List Behaviors" and "Edit Items" is checked. Override List Behaviors:Discard or check in a document which is checked out to another user, and change or override settings which allow users to read/edit only their own items Edit Items:Edit items ...


1

Yes, you can override checkouts . This table can be useful Approve Permission Levels - Microsoft Docs


0

I've got the same problem and solved doing: Retract and then Remove of the wsp from: Central Administration–>System Settings–> Manage farm solutions. Then, from Powershell, I have canceled the Features with null scope (which were preventing me to install again the package succesfully): Get-SPFeature | ? { $_.Scope -eq $null } $feature = Get-SPFeature | ? {...


0

To get all Site Collection using rest Api when you try to use _api/search/query?querytext='contentclass:sts_site' or _api/search/query?querytext='contentclass:sts_web', but it doesn't give the whole list. You have to create one Search Result Source and in that give this -- Name - Get all Site Collection. Protocol - Local Sharepoint. Type - Sharepoint ...


Top 50 recent answers are included