Today, I got this interesting request, of adding in a document library in SharePoint a link to a file from another site’s library. I am sure Search and tagging could have been a better approach in an ideal world, but...
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Learn how C# 8.0 addresses core software development challenges and get a peek into what’s next....
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In this article, I will go again through an improved version of how to upload from a C# app (Console, Web Api, Webform …etc.) to a SharePoint Online document library. In this post, we will have sub folders, as I...
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In this article, I will explain how you can load a modal pop up window in SharePoint (classic mode), using BootStrap.I am becoming a big fun of BootStrap, especially when we can leverage SharePoint to a higher level.Please remember, this...
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See what makes .NET Core 3.0 such a big deal for .NET developers no matter what kind of apps you’re building. See the productivity and performance improvements and innovative new ways to build and enhance your .NET applications. Source :...
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Today, I will explain how you can take full advantage of the new lovely feature in SharePoint online, which allows to format lists’ column based on their values or another column value. A bit of history, in the past, I...
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Today, I came across a very strange error, for some reason when I navigate to SharePointSite/SitePages/ and try to create a new Web Part Page, I get the following error. This was quite strange, as it used to work perfectly...
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On the last sprint of the SharePoint Intranet Branding, I noticed that the search page was a bit ‘fade’. The out of the box Search Centre Page is quite empty, a big blank page, which I thought it would benefit...
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In this article, I will share with you a simple way of generating a pdf from the report viewer. Assuming you have created your .RDLC and used it in an ASP.net page, users could click on the export form from...
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In one of the projects I am working on, I had to authenticate the logged in user, and before considering using the Request object and checking the authenticated user, I had a different requirements, and a very particular scenario. Here...
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In this article, I will share a nice handy script I found while trying to find a solution to the problem of working on different machines accross the day. Most of my source codes are synchronized to Azure DevOps or...
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Organizations use Sharepoint differently and for various purposes. They can also be interested in customizing the look and feel, and have specific features enabled/disabled. In the classic modal exceptions, we use to For custom header, footer -> Use custom actions...
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In this session, we will be discussing the customization that we can apply to SharePoint modern page. Everyone knows that Sharepoint OOTB features are quite okay, the modern pages offer slightly better components and customization capabilities. In the past, we...
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A newcapability allows to create re-usable solutions and templates to provision your sites are now available.  Using the pnp provisioning engine, and adapted to your needs can leverage all the efforts needed to create multiple sites/ site collections. The engine...
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An awesome session presented today by Chris O’brien, during which he took us through the new capabilities and features of Power Apps, which are in my opinion just AWESOME 🙂 Before listing the features, I needed to highlight the fact...
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In a previous article, I shared with you how to connect from your ASP.Net application to SharePoint. Today, I came across a different scenario, so I thought it might be helpful for you. I am pushing data from my ASP.Net application to...
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I might disagree a bit or don’t like really the fact that Microsoft renamed & re-designed VSTS to Azure DevOps, but I am sure, there are bigger reasons behind this (something to do with the purchase of Git Hub for...
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On the 24th August 2018, Microsoft announced that teams has now all the features that Skype for business offers and more and that it (Teams) is now ready to replace Skype for Business. (Source). Teams offers a lot of functionnalities...
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Usually, I get very excited about the new features that Microsoft announces, and try to be part of the first users to test them, but this time, I am very disappointed. This is not really a new layout, it has been...
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A simple scenario I had this morning, was to populate ASP.net Web page’s drop downs from a SharePoint list. A fairly simple task using Microsoft.SharePointOnline.CSOM, until I was faced with the list threshold (which I will cover in another post)....
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