Tag: Powershell

Gearing up for SharePoint Online Project? Here are a Few Things to Remember
Gearing up for SharePoint Online Project? Here are a Few Things to Remember
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The first 3 of 9 things to remember when gearing up for SharePoint Online Projects: 1. SharePoint Apps are not your typical web parts, there are limitations related to functionality and branding
2. Be careful with promised custom functionality in your workflows, you are limited to out of the box workflow actions
3. Sites created by apps (aka app sites) are limited in functionality, for example tools such as SharePoint Designer and many 3rd party migration tools are not able to connect to them.

Automate Variations in SharePoint 2013 Using PowerShell & C#
Automate Variations in SharePoint 2013 Using PowerShell & C#
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Let’s Start.. Automating variations settings and configuration so whenever a deployment is needed, you will be ready with your PowerShell scripts.
Manual deployment is time consuming as it is repetitive task, in this post I will let you know how to automate one of those many tasks when it comes to deployment.
SharePoint Variations has a UI which I will show you its steps now;

PowerShell for the SharePoint IT Pro, Beyond the SnapIn
PowerShell for the SharePoint IT Pro, Beyond the SnapIn
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Is SharePoint IT Pro for you? Since SharePoint 2010, IT Pro focused on SharePoint have been using PowerShell with mixed results. Why mixed results? A combination of factors. PowerShell provides the opportunity to traverse the traditional IT Pro/Developer boundary which pushes the thinking that IT Pros now have to do to the limit. In this… READ MORE

Use PowerShell to Manipulate the Values of a SharePoint Choice Field
Use PowerShell to Manipulate the Values of a SharePoint Choice Field
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Using PowerShell, we’re going to walk through handling a Choice field in a list. Specifically, this is a calendar list using the Category field. This may come in handy if you want to automate changing the values from another data source that BCS can’t connect to, or is too much work to get it to connect. I always prefer using SharePoint’s features, but sometimes we need to stretch it to make it work.