You can use either one as both support the SharePoint development. Yes you need Visual Studio 2017 v 15.9 as this build include the project for SharePoint 2019 (you can also migrate your old 2016 or 2013 SP projects).
to learn more about difference between Visual Studio offering, please check this: Compare Visual Studio 2017 IDEs
I'm not sure if you are using SharePoint server object model or CSOM, but idea is the same. You need to crawl everything starting from the site collection level, to subsite and then to document library, list, folder and to the file level. On every object which has unique permissions you need to check RoleAssignments property and check if your specific user ...
This question was posted 2 years ago. I'm asking myself the same thing now, but it still appears that Visual Studio Code is the way most people go here.
Visual Studio 2019 includes the ability to do Node.js projects, but doesn't mention SharePoint Framework. I'd guess that the method could be worked out, but personally I'm going to go with the approach ...
You have two options
Option 1: Change the grid view ID to grdWorldClock at
<asp:GridView ID="GridView1" runat="server"></asp:GridView>
<asp:GridView ID="grdWorldClock" runat="server"></asp:GridView>
Option 2: Just change the below code to use the default grid view ID GridView1
GridView1.DataSource = dt;
Deploying a solution always resets the IIS that is the way it SP works. In order to debug it from the VS you need t attach debuger to correct w3wp.exe process (as your dll will be loaded after you reset IIS) Here are some steps for remote debugging http://sharepointdecode.blogspot.com/2017/02/remote-debugging-sharepoint-2013-farm.html
It is easier if you ...
Here is the code for attaching an 'ItemAdded' event receiver with CSOM:
var serviceUrl = "https://remote-event-receiver-service-url";
var list = clientContext.Web.Lists.GetByTitle("TestList1");
var eventReceiverInfo = new EventReceiverDefinitionCreationInformation
EventType = EventReceiverType.ItemAdded,
Synchronization = ...
I found a solution to this issue, to resolve this issue we need to update the SharePoint designer and to do so we have to follow this steps :
1. Check whether the Microsoft SharePoint 2013 service pack 1 is installed or not in system. If not Please download it and install from URL mentioned below · For 64 bit system download service pack from ...
Sounds like a SharePoint Designer workflow solution...
Create a list in the same site named something like "download count".
Add three columns: user, filetype (if you are uniquely tracking file types) and count.
Create a workflow for the library that:
fires on each new item (an upload)
checks for the pattern (_ABC) in the file name
finds or adds an item to ...
My XML Custom Action Calendar, maybe helped, you need Ribbon.Calendar.Events.Actions.Controls._children, sometimes changes take effect only after IIS reset:
When webpart deployed successfully, there will be a SafeControl map to web part.
<SafeControl Assembly="SP2016Project, Version=126.96.36.199, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=3d20aa9b415aaf50" Namespace="SP2016Project.FirstVisualWebPart" TypeName="*" Safe="True" />
If you can't find this in your web.config(C:\inetpub\wwwroot\wss\...