Connect-PnPOnline: unwanted credential caching
Problems with the Connect-PnPOnline PowerShell CmdLet caching credentials while using the UseWebLogin parameter. See the fix!
SharePoint Online Permissions
Overview of SharePoint Online’s “out-of-the-box” permissions: Permission Restricted View Read Contribute Edit Design Full Control Can view pages Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Can view list items and documents Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Download documents No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Can add, update and delete list items and documents No No […]
SharePoint ‘Site Content and Structure’ Admin Page
SharePoint ‘Site Content and Structure’ Admin Page … don’t let that get in the way of useful functionality.
SharePoint: Content and Structure Report for All Checked Out Files
Ever wondered why a file or page was not showing up in search or did not updated during a deployment? Well perhaps it was because the “creator” had not checked-in their file or published the page… SharePoint has a useful page called Site Content and Structure which can be used to review the following out-of-the-box […]
Cheat Sheet: Fixing SharePoint Page Layouts containing Webpart with the same ID
I had problems upgrading a WSP containing one or more Page Layouts? Unable to edit or update a Page Layout? Related article: Editing SharePoint Webparts embedded within Page Layouts https://www.sjlewis.com/2015/10/15/editing-sharepoint-webparts-embedded-within-page-layouts/ Navigate to the site settings of the root website (within a site collection) Click Master pages and page layouts and locate the Page Layouts Make a […]
Example: Office 365 Video REST API & Script Editor webpart
Here is an example of how to embedding a video using a Script Editor webpart and the Office 365 Video Portal REST API within SharePoint Publishing site. When try this example yourself, don’t forget to edit the VideoPlayer.webpart and replace the blank GUIDs. Quick Start: Upload a video to your Office 365 Video Portal Add […]
Virtual Machine: SharePoint failing to create a Web Application
So your Virtual Machine doesn’t quite have enough resources to create a new Web Application using Central Admin, then you have two choices PowerShell or the workaround I’m going to describe today. Before I describe the workaround let me describe why you might be here in the first place. Normally you would open SharePoint 2013 […]
Jasmine with Visual Studio and SharePoint Apps – Part 3
In this post I want to talk about Fixtures and a major pitfall I’ve found when working with Chutzpah Test Adaptor for the Test Explorer.
Jasmine with Visual Studio and SharePoint Apps – Part 2
Last week I wrote about how to configure Jasmine to run within Visual Studio using Chutzpah Test Adaptors. However since then I’ve run into a number of issues for which I will share my thoughts in this post.