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Sharepoint 2013 : Farm Management - Review Workflow Configuration Settings,Modify Workflow Configuration Settings
You need to review the overall workflow configuration settings for a particular web application on the SharePoint farm or a site collection.
Sharepoint 2013 : Farm Management - Review SharePoint Designer Settings, Configure SharePoint Designer Settings
You need to review the overall SharePoint Designer settings for a particular web application on the SharePoint farm.
Sharepoint 2013 : Farm Management - Remove a Managed Path, Merge Log Files, End the Current Log File
You may also remove a managed path using the HostHeader parameter instead of the WebApplication parameter. Remove-SPManagedPath has two parameter sets for this purpose.
Sharepoint 2013 : Introducing jQuery for SharePoint developers (part 2) - Understanding jQuery methods,Understanding jQuery event handling
Once you have selected DOM elements, you will want to manipulate them. This is where jQuery methods come into play. The jQuery library has a tremendous number of methods that perform all kinds of useful DOM manipulations.
Sharepoint 2013 : Introducing jQuery for SharePoint developers (part 1) - Referencing jQuery, Understanding the global function, Understanding selector syntax
In the same way that developers can build and reuse their own JavaScript libraries, third parties have created JavaScript libraries that can simply be referenced and used in app development.
Sharepoint 2013 : Introducing JavaScript for SharePoint developers (part 3) - Creating custom libraries
Even though the function-based nature of JavaScript makes it deceptively easy to get started, most developers who are new to the language simply write global functions directly in the web page.
Sharepoint 2013 : Introducing JavaScript for SharePoint developers (part 2) - Understanding JavaScript functions, Understanding JavaScript closures, Understanding JavaScript prototypes
Because anonymous functions can be assigned to a variable, they can also be returned from other functions. Furthermore, the local variables defined within the containing function are available through the returned anonymous function.
Sharepoint 2013 : Introducing JavaScript for SharePoint developers (part 1) - Understanding JavaScript namespaces, Understanding JavaScript variables
As a SharePoint developer, you have probably written at least some JavaScript in a webpage; thus, you understand that JavaScript code is comprised of functions.
Sharepoint 2013 : List and library essentials - Creating and deleting lists
Although SharePoint 2013 provides you with several lists and libraries based on commonly used templates, you’ll likely need to customize your list to suit your needs.
Sharepoint 2013 : List and library essentials - Using your apps
Well, now SharePoint can say the same. These self-contained web applications can come out of the box or be downloaded from Microsoft’s SharePoint Store.
Sharepoint 2013 : Developing Applications Using Office Services - What’s New in Access Services
Access Services has moved forward significantly on its continuous innovation trajectory with this release. Access Services has a redesigned architecture around the new cloud app model so with the Microsoft Access rich client you now create apps for SharePoint.
Sharepoint 2013 : Developing Applications Using Office Services - The New Machine Translation Services
Machine Translation Services is also an all-new server-side service with an architecture and runtime patterned after Word Automation Services. Using this service you can request translation of document libraries, folders, and files using a timer job, synchronously or asynchronously.
Sharepoint 2013 : Developing Applications Using Office Services - Word Automation Services and the New PowerPoint Automation Services
The all-new PowerPoint Automation Services has brought to SharePoint 2013 for PowerPoint presentations, on-premises, what Word Automation Services brought to Word documents for SharePoint in 2010: the ability to convert documents, at server scale, into other formats.
Sharepoint 2013 : Developing Applications Using Office Services - What’s New in Excel Services
One of the most interesting outcomes of decoupling the Office Web Apps from the SharePoint server is that now Office documents are being served up in consumer-facing scenarios by both Microsoft, through Hotmail, Outlook and SkyDrive, and by other non-Microsoft websites that have implemented their own Office Web Apps servers
Sharepoint 2013 : Developing Applications Using Office Services - WOPI and the New Office Web Apps Server
With SharePoint 2013 Microsoft took a new architectural approach with the Office Web Apps and decoupled the service from SharePoint.
Sharepoint 2013 : Building a BCS-enabled Business Solution : Building an Integrated BCS Solution with an App for SharePoint Containing an App for Office
A common practice in SharePoint is to use document libraries that have prebuilt Office document templates associated with them as the content type. When the user clicks in the SharePoint ribbon to create a new document, the assigned document template can be created by default.
Business Connectivity Services in Apps for SharePoint 2013 : Building an App-level BCS Solution for Office 365 SharePoint Online
The key point is that app-level solutions must connect to OData sources; that’s the only connection type supported in an app for SharePoint. In the following activity you build an app for SharePoint with an OData connection and see how it’s defined to SharePoint.
Business Connectivity Services in SharePoint 2013 : Adding a Business Data Connectivity Model to Office 365 SharePoint Online
A significant benefit of BCS is that it can provide a central location where IT manages a consistent approach for accessing LOB systems. By investing in building ECTs on a common infrastructure that surfaces LOB information in a usable and reusable form, business users, power users, and developers alike can become consumers of data served up by the ECTs in a variety of contexts.
Remote Event Receivers in Sharepoint 2013 : Introducing Remote Event Receivers
Event receivers are often used simply for logging or tracking documents in a library for reporting purposes. The new remote event receivers take nothing away from the multiplicity of ways developers can employ them.
InfoPath with SharePoint 2010 : Apply Rich Text to the Entry
Following the procedures in the previous sections produces the change HTML but does not apply rich text formatting to the entry. You therefore need to apply rich text formatting to the entry.
InfoPath with SharePoint 2010 : Add Changed Event Code for Tracking Changes
You will now use the SPDiffUtility provided by the SharePoint assembly to produce the track changes results. This is facilitated by setting up the Open and Close tags using HTML strings and then calling the Diff method from the utility.
InfoPath with SharePoint 2010 : Set Up the Form for Tracking Changes
Place a text box in the second row and provide a name for the field. (For this example, I am using Description.) This is the field for which you want to track changes.
Sharepoint 2013 : Farm Management - Rename a Server on the Farm, Display the Configured Managed Paths
If the rename procedure does not complete successfully, the server being renamed may no longer function as a SharePoint server. Running the SharePoint 2013 Products Configuration Wizard may resolve any issues; however, there is the potential of configuration database corruption forcing you to rebuild the SharePoint farm
Sharepoint 2013 : Farm Management - Retrieve the System Accounts, Retrieve Managed Accounts
Issuing the Get-SPProcessAccount cmdlet without any parameters displays all system and managed accounts on the SharePoint farm, as shown in Figure 1.
Sharepoint 2013 : Farm Management - Refresh Installed Products,Change the Port of Central Admin,Change the Farm Passphrase
The Set-SPCentralAdministration cmdlet is used solely to change the port number configured for the Central Administration web application. Provide a valid port number, as shown in Listing 2.
Sharepoint 2013 : Farm Management - Review Farm Configuration Values,Set the Farm Configuration Values
Several configuration settings are available using SPFarmConfig. Execute the Get-SPFarmConfig without any parameters, as shown in Listing 1, to display the current values. Figure 1 shows some sample output.
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Sharepoint 2013 : Using SkyDrive Pro - Discontinuing sync between SkyDrive Pro and your local device
You are able to synchronize up to 20,000 items from your SkyDrive Pro account to your local computer. Each file downloaded can be up to 2 GB in size.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using SkyDrive Pro - Locating followed documents by using SkyDrive Pro, Synchronizing SkyDrive Pro to your local computer
You can synchronize a SkyDrive Pro library to your computer. When you synchronize the files initially, SharePoint automatically recognizes the name and web address of your SkyDrive Pro library.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using SkyDrive Pro - Following SkyDrive Pro documents, Locating followed documents by using the newsfeed
When you share and collaborate on documents with others, you might want to keep abreast of any changes that are made to those documents. With SharePoint 2013 you can do this by “following” those documents.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using SkyDrive Pro - Sharing SkyDrive Pro files
You might be used to saving files and granting permissions to coworkers, permitting or denying them access those files. Although this method can also be used when you are using SkyDrive Pro, you might not want to give access to your entire SkyDrive Pro library.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using SkyDrive Pro - Saving files to be accessible only to you
In the previous task, we went over saving files that anyone can access and open. However, you probably have files that you want to store to which only you should have access.
Sharepoint 2013 : Using SkyDrive Pro - Accessing your SkyDrive Pro account, Saving files to SkyDrive Pro
When you open SkyDrive Pro initially, you’ll notice that you have a folder named Shared With Everyone. As the name implies, anything that you place in this folder is accessible to anyone in your organization by default.
PowerShell for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 : Flow Control and Object Disposal - Object Disposal
SPWeb, SPSite, and SPSiteAdministration objects can sometimes take up large amounts of memory, so using any of these objects in PowerShell requires proper memory management.
PowerShell for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 : Flow Control and Object Disposal - Flow-Control Cmdlets
Windows PowerShell also includes two cmdlets that rely on scriptblocks : ForEach-Object and Where-Object. A ScriptBlock is a chunk of PowerShell code enclosed in braces.
PowerShell for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 : Flow Control and Object Disposal - Looping Statements
The for loop is a construct used to run commands in a statement block for as long as the specified condition evaluates to true. The for loop is often used to iterate through an array or other type of collection and run a set of commands against each of its elements.
PowerShell for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 : Flow Control and Object Disposal - Conditional Statements
Windows PowerShell supports the conditional statement if/elseif/else, which branches execution based on a condition, and the switch statement, which can handle multiple complex conditions.
PowerShell for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 : Variables, Arrays, and Hashtables - Hashtables in Windows PowerShell
Windows PowerShell also includes hashtables, or associative arrays. Hashtables use key/value pairs instead of a numeric index to access the elements.
PowerShell for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 : Variables, Arrays, and Hashtables - Arrays in Windows PowerShell
An array is a container that is used for storing a collection of data elements. An array in Windows PowerShell can contain objects of all types supported by .NET.
Sharepoint 2010 : Administering Enterprise Content Management - Document Management (part 12) - Digital Asset Management
As the prevalence of rich media continues to grow, the information worker must store and access such content far more often. Whether the media files are images, video, or audio, there is a greater need than ever to store and manage this content in an intelligent way.
 
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- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Finding containers and lists in Visio (part 2) - Wireframes,Legends
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- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Formatting and sizing lists
- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Adding Structure to Your Diagrams - Adding shapes to lists
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- Microsoft Access 2010 : Control Properties and Why to Use Them (part 3) - The Other Properties of a Control
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- Microsoft Access 2010 : Control Properties and Why to Use Them (part 1) - The Format Properties of a Control
- Microsoft Access 2010 : Form Properties and Why Should You Use Them - Working with the Properties Window
- Microsoft Visio 2013 : Using the Organization Chart Wizard with new data
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