Since the launch of Apptex Add-in for SharePoint, we’ve seen people who were excited to use it, and we received many comments and “reported bugs” in the initial release that we had to work on. Currently, we are in the process of launching a second release with more features “more templates” and bug fixes.
We appreciate the help of the community who were trying this add-in in their projects, and who got back to us with suggestions and compliments, and now.. we’re glad to announce the launch of SPApptex.com which will be the hub for all the modifications and new features we’ll have, plus more add-ins to come 😉
Remember, this add-in is free to use, and dedicated to the community, so feel free to download your copy and try it out.
If you used RSS feeds with SharePoint, and want to make a button where it will display an RSS for specific pages library, you will notice that title in the RSS will open the properties page for the page, not the page itself, so how to change the option?
Go to your “Pages” library, and click library settings in the ribbon, click on RSS settings, you will see a category called “Document options”, change the “Link RSS items directly to their files?” to yes
After changing this option, you’ll see the expected results.
When you first install SharePoint and open Central Administration for the first time, you’ll be given two choices, either to run the configuration wizard and let SharePoint do the administrative tasks for you, or configure the farm yourself.
If you configure the farm yourself and decided to add the Managed Metadata Service, you would simply go to Application Management>> Manage Service Applications>> Click new and choose managed metadata service. The SharePoint will create the Service Application for you. So if you try to click on the Managed Metadata Service Application you will be presented with the following error:
The Managed Metadata Service or Connection is currently not available. The Application Pool or Managed Metadata Web Service may not have been started. Please Contact your Administrator. To Solve this issue, go to Central Administration >> System Settings Tab>> Manage Services on server>> and notice the managed metadata web service, its not started by default. click start and go back to your service applications page and view your service application. Note you may need to wait fora minute so that the error will disappear and you can use the service application.
For the custom list you have the ID= idHomePageNewItem, for document libraries it is = idHomePageNewDocument, you can know the exact ID using the IE developer tool or the Firebug in Firefox.
document.getElementById(‘idHomePageNewItem’).innerText= “my new text”;
I was trying to install SP Foundation on my Hyper-V machine, and I faced this problem:
After searching and searching online, some people mentioned activating services and trying to run the configuration wizard again, others mentioned navigating to Microsoft Office Servers folder, which doesn’t exist anymore in the RTM release of SP Foundation, but the same principle works for the RTM. All you need to do is to navigate to the following path:
c:Program FilesWindows SharePoint Services15.0Data, and you’ll find an Analytics folder with a GUIC appended to it. All you need is to share this folder.
Hope this helps someone out there as it took a while for me to resolve.
I’ve seen many cases where a quick report would be needed to view broken permissions inside a SharePoint site. I even had this case for a customer who wanted to know if users broke some permissions in their own my sites, so I’ve made a script that will be scoped to a web application, and will loop through all site collections in that web application and tell you about any broken permissions for sites, lists or libraries, items or folders, and will give it to you in a .csv file with a nice formatting! Click here to see how it would look in the .csv file