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Enable Users to request a status update via SharePoint list

Imagine the following scenario:

You have built a repairs and maintenance request form (or any other request form for that matter) on SharePoint.

A user has submitted a request but the Property Team has somehow let it fall through the cracks and after a few days with no update, the user sends an email to the property team saying “What’s going on?”. 289 more words

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Restricting approval rights without using SharePoint groups

Often, you need to restrict approver rights to a small group of managers so you create a SharePoint group and add said managers to that group. 161 more words

Sharepoint Designer

Beezy Integrates Yammer and SharePoint

Since its acquisition of Yammer in 2012, an improving level of integration between SharePoint and Yammer has been drip fed from Microsoft. It hasn’t been a speedy integration. 177 more words

Microsoft SharePoint

Price Increases in the Microsoft Ecosystem

On August 1 a range of prices in the Microsoft ecosystem are going up:
– the User CAL for on-premises software (including Exchange, SharePoint, and Lync) is… 217 more words

Microsoft SharePoint

O365 CSOM - Client Side Object Model examples

Here are some examples on how to use CSOM with O365:

This is Microsofts’ link on the matter for more examples:

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff798388.aspx

Remove SiteCollection


 var tenantAdminUri = new Uri(tenantAdminUrl);
 string realm = TokenHelper.GetRealmFromTargetUrl(tenantAdminUri);
 var token = TokenHelper.GetAppOnlyAccessToken(TokenHelper.SharePointPrincipal, tenantAdminUri.Authority, realm).AccessToken;
 using (var tenantContext = TokenHelper.GetClientContextWithAccessToken(tenantAdminUri.ToString(), token))
 {
 // Set the time out as high as possible
 tenantContext.RequestTimeout = int.MaxValue;

 var tenant = new Tenant(tenantContext);

 //start the SPO operation to create the site
 SpoOperation op = tenant.RemoveSite(webUrl);
 tenantContext.Load(op, i => i.IsComplete);
 tenantContext.RequestTimeout = int.MaxValue;
 tenantContext.ExecuteQuery();

 while (!op.IsComplete)
 {
 Console.WriteLine("Waiting 30 seconds site to be provisioned");
 //wait 30seconds and try again
 System.Threading.Thread.Sleep(30000);
 op.RefreshLoad();
 tenantContext.ExecuteQuery();
 }
 }

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SharePoint

Use Microsoft SharePoint Designer, It Is Highly Recommended

Benefits of Microsoft SharePoint

Why should Microsoft SharePoint Designer be used? Is this the only usable software that affects businesses well? Or are there others too? 319 more words

Technology

SharePoint Workflows: Friend Or Foe?

We are delighted to be able to share a great post today from respected ECM industry commentator Jeff Shuey, who has worked for all the leading lights in the industry and who is now Chief Evangelist at… 1,249 more words

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