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The easiest way to do this is using the powershell export-spweb command on the sub site you wish to move, and then import it , using import-spweb, at the url of the new site collection.


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No, SQL Server 2016 is not supported with SharePoint 2013. As noted, maximum is SQL 2014 although that requires a baseline patch level (which you should have well exceeded by now given you're current on SharePoint patches).


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The below approach is using Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel, to the function ProcessProjectPlannerExcel I have passed the excel file url from my document library and I have read the data from excel sheet according to my need. Kindly change the for loop i values, using Excel = Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel; public void ProcessProjectPlannerExcel(string ...


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So this happened to me today....my problem was I had accidentally allowed a retention policy to be set on my Themes Library. So I checked the Recycle Bin, and restored them all. Site rendered perfectly.


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Easiest: Edit page, Click on the webpart, select the WEB PART tab, click "Minimize".


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I just wanted to add what happened in my case in case it helps someone. I had this while processing items in a list that had corrupt items. In the SharePoint UI itself, if you try to view the properties, you get a blank page. Other lists based on the same custom content were just fine. So if you can't find any other reason for this error (i.e. actual ...


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If you use SharePoint Online classic view, you can use SharePoint Designer to create a Linked data source that combine multiple lists. Reference:How to Link Two Lists and Create a Combined View


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Try using below formula: =IF([Present]=TRUE,"Complete","Incomplete") Note: Sometimes comma(,) does not work in formula (I am not sure but it is based on something language on your site). So in that case use semicolon(;) instead of comma(,), like: =IF([Present]=TRUE;"Complete";"Incomplete") Official documentations: Calculated Field Formulas. IF function....


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Please try this one: =IF([Present]=TRUE;"Complete";"Incomplete") If this solves your issue, please mark as answer.


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Are you loading the SharePoint PowerShell modules in your script? If not, try adding the following to the start of your script: Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.Powershell When you start the SharePoint Management shell this is automatically loaded. This could explain the different behaviours.


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You could override the default CSS. Sample demo: Use developer tool to check the element attribute. Insert script editor webpart into the list form page and insert the CSS to overwrite default CSS. <style> select[title="MultiLookup possible values"]{ width:260px !important } </style>


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The list view threshold is a server side issue. You can change it in CA while it is not recommended behavior unless you are positive that it will not negatively affect your system. Just like Karthik said, is is a by-design setting concerning back-end database. Here is an article you can have a check.


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The List View threshold is set per web application within Central Admin. If you navigate to Central Admin > Application Management > Manage Web Applications > Select your Web App > General Settings > Resource Throttling. You can increase the value here, but increasing this value will create overhead to the server. You can read this article, to know more ...


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Not seeing any info from Microsoft on this issue. However, I have verified that users need at least Read all items permission on lists with unique/item-level permissions for search query to return items.


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When you provide a link to the new form or display form, include a query string parameter called Source that specifies the URL of the page to which you want the user to navigate upon closing the form. For example: https://mysharepointsite.server/site/web/lists/MyList/Forms/NewForm.aspx?Id=1&Source=https://mysharepoint.site.server/site/web/lists/MyList/...


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I just experienced this issue. We are (still) in SP 2010 on prem, not sure what you were/are in. But recycling the app pool fixed it for us.


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