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The item may be too large or corrupt. You may also verify that you have the latest version of this IFilter.

April 30, 2013    ,
Problem: SharePoint search didn't return search results on Large lists and libraries. On analyzing search crawl log, found the error logged: "The item may be too large or corrupt. You may also verify that you have the latest version of this IFilter.". Solution:  Make these registry changes in Index server and restart SharePoint search service. Once done, trigger the crawl again. Key Default Value New Value HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office Server\12\Search\Global\GatheringManager\DedicatedFilterProcessMemoryQuota 104,857,600 209,715,200 HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office Server\12\Search\Global\GatheringManager\FilterProcessMemoryQuota 104,857,600 209,715,200 HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office Server\12\Search\Global\GatheringManager\FolderHighPriority 50 500 Thanks to Technet forums! http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/sharepointsearchlegacy/thread/138e2e68-9bf7-4a1c-9519-ace6a78ddaa5
The item may be too large or corrupt. You may also verify that you have the latest version of this IFilter. The item may be too large or corrupt. You may also verify that you have the latest version of this IFilter. Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 30, 2013 Rating: 5

Replace Content Editor Web Part (CEWP) Links with PowerShell

April 30, 2013    , , , ,
After a SharePoint Migration with URL change, had to find and replace the links from SharePoint content Editor Web Part for all SharePoint sites in a web Application. Here is the PowerShell Script to find and replace links from Content Editor Web Part. Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue $OldLink="http://sp10.crescent.com" $NewLink="http://sharepoint2010.crescent.com" #Get all Webs $webs = Get-SPWebApplication "http://sharepoint.crescent.com" | Get-SPSite -Limit All | Get-SPWeb -Limit All #Iterate through webs foreach ($web in $webs) { #Get All Pages from site's Root into $AllPages Array $AllPages = @($web.Files | Where-Object {$_.Name -match ".aspx"}) #Search All Folders for Pages foreach ($folder in $web.Folders) { if($folder.Name -ne "Forms") #Leave "Forms" Folder { #Add the pages to $AllPages Array $AllPages += @($folder.Files |
Replace Content Editor Web Part (CEWP) Links with PowerShell Replace Content Editor Web Part (CEWP) Links with PowerShell Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 30, 2013 Rating: 5

Hide List Form Field in SharePoint 2013 using jQuery

April 30, 2013    , , , , ,
My earlier post listed various methods such as C# Object model, PowerShell, JavaScript methods to hide columns in SharePoint list forms: Hide Columns in SharePoint List NewForm, EditForm and DispForms Now, lets hide fields in SharePoint list form pages using jQuery. Lets say you have a field called "Parent Project" and want to hide it from All SharePoint list forms such as NewForm.aspx, EditForm.aspx and DispForm.aspx. jQuery script to hide SharePoint field in New, Edit and Display Forms: <script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.2.6.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function() { $('td.ms-formlabel:contains("Parent Project")').parent().hide(); }); </script> These scripts can be placed in Script Editor web part, Custom JS file linked in Master page or as part of SharePoint delegate controls. To hide fields in SharePoint list form pages u
Hide List Form Field in SharePoint 2013 using jQuery Hide List Form Field in SharePoint 2013 using jQuery Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 30, 2013 Rating: 5

SharePoint 2010 Central Administration Links Missing, Ribbon Buttons Disabled - Fix

April 30, 2013    , , ,
After setting up a new SharePoint 2010 farm, I noticed most of the SharePoint 2010 Ribbon buttons including "New" "Extend" buttons are disabled! Also few links in SharePoint 2010 Central Administration were missing: E.g. "Manage Services on the Server" link missing under Servers "Configure Incoming E-Mail Settings" under E-mail and Text Messages (SMS). "Perform a Backup" "Restore from a backup" Configure Backup Settings" links are missing in "Farm Backup and Restore" Root cause: This issue happens when a SharePoint Farm Administrator doesn't has local administrator rights on the SharePoint Server! It also happens when UAC or IE Enhanced Security Configuration (ESC) is enabled! Fix: Add the user to "Administrators" user group of the all SharePoint Servers. Get Central Administration Ribbon Buttons and Links Disabled!Disable UAC from Control Panel, Disable IE ESC from Server Manager o
SharePoint 2010 Central Administration Links Missing, Ribbon Buttons Disabled - Fix SharePoint 2010 Central Administration Links Missing, Ribbon Buttons Disabled - Fix Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 30, 2013 Rating: 5

Add User To SharePoint Group Programmatically with STSADM and C#

April 30, 2013    , , , ,
Apart from SharePoint User Interface, We can programmatically add users to SharePoint group or site in these ways: Using STSADM command line tool to add users  Add users to Sharepoint site/group using C# Object Model 1. Using STSADM command line tool to add users: To add user to the SharePoint site, we can use stsadm classic command line tool.  bulk users to add from a CSV file: Add user to a SharePoint group: stsadm -o adduser -url "http://sharepoint.crescent.com/sites/marketing" -userlogin crescent\UserName -useremail UserName@crescent.com -group "Marketing Members" -username "User Name" To Add a User directly user under "Site Permissions" stsadm -o adduser -url "http://sharepoint.crescent.com/sites/marketing" -userlogin crescent\UserName -useremail UserName@crescent.com -role "Full Control" -username "User Name" To Add a user as Site collection Administrator: stsadm -o adduser -url "ht
Add User To SharePoint Group Programmatically with STSADM and C# Add User To SharePoint Group Programmatically with STSADM and C# Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 30, 2013 Rating: 5

Import From CSV File into SharePoint List using Powershell

April 29, 2013    , , , , ,
Periodically, We needed the data from a CSV file, which is generated by an external Third-party application, to be imported to SharePoint 2010 List. To fulfill this requirement,  I wrote a quick PowerShell script which will read the CSV file and import the data into SharePoint list using PowerShell. PowerShell Script to import from CSV file to SharePoint 2010 list Lets import csv file to SharePoint list using PowerShell Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue #Read the CSV file $CSVData = Import-CSV -path "C:\Data.csv" #If the CSV Doesn't has column Headers, you can create Named Headers $CSVData = Import-CSV -path "C:\Data.csv" -Header("Title", "Description", "Priority", "AssignedTo", "DueDate", "Status") #Get the Web $web = Get-SPWeb -identity "http://sharepoint.crescent.com/sites/Marketing/" #Get the Target List $list = $web.Lists["Log"]
Import From CSV File into SharePoint List using Powershell Import From CSV File into SharePoint List using Powershell Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 29, 2013 Rating: 5

Export SharePoint List Items to CSV using PowerShell

April 28, 2013    , , , , , ,
Requirement: Export SharePoint List items to a CSV file. Export SharePoint list data to CSV using PowerShell: This script exports SharePoint list to csv using PowerShell . It retrieves all list items, Filters it based on the provided column value and then creates a property to hold the list item values and then appends the objects which holds the list item values to an array. Finally, using the Export-CSV Cmdlet, we are exporting the data to CSV file. Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue #Get the Web $web = Get-SPWeb -identity "http://sharepoint.crescent.com/sites/Operations/" #Get the Target List $list = $web.Lists["Monthly Schedule Log"] #Array to Hold Result - PSObjects $ListItemCollection = @() #Get All List items where Status is "In Progress" $list.Items | Where-Object { $_["Status"] -eq "In Progress"} | foreach { $ExportItem = New-Object PSObject $ExportItem | Add-Member -Me
Export SharePoint List Items to CSV using PowerShell Export SharePoint List Items to CSV using PowerShell Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 28, 2013 Rating: 5

"The Content Type is in Use" Error in SharePoint - Find Where and Delete

April 28, 2013    , , , , ,
We don't needed a particular content type anymore and wanted to delete the content type. Navigated to:     Site Actions >> Site Settings.     Under Galleries click Site content types.     Select the Content type to delete by clicking on its name.     Click "Delete this site content type" link. Oops!  SharePoint returns an error: Error: "The Content Type is in Use".    Looks like its a common issue when trying to delete content types. I've seen this "The content type is in use" error in SharePoint 2007 and in SharePoint 2010. The error message clearly indicates that the content type is still in use and cannot be deleted. Yes, We had assigned the content type to some list and libraries. But I dunno where! How to delete a content type and get rid of "The content type is in use" error in SharePoint? Well, to solve this issue: We've to Find the locations where the particular content type is being used and delete th
"The Content Type is in Use" Error in SharePoint - Find Where and Delete "The Content Type is in Use" Error in SharePoint - Find Where and Delete Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 28, 2013 Rating: 5

SharePoint Survey - Redirect to Thank You Page on Finish

April 24, 2013    , ,
Requirement is to redirect users to Thank You Page in SharePoint Survey on clicking Finish button. One quick trick comes to my mind is: Appending Source parameter to the Survey's NewForm URL. E.g. http://sharepoint.crescent.com/Lists/TownhallMeetingSurvey/NewForm.aspx?source=/SitePages/thankyou.aspx Not a bad idea, But the problem is: It doesn't matter whether you click on "Finish" or Cancel button, You will be redirected to "Thank You" page! Also, it won't work when you have Branching enabled in SharePoint Survey! How to Create a Thank You page for SharePoint 2010 Survey: Lets overcome the above issue with SharePoint designer. 1. Create a new Web Part page (not Wiki page!) and place some descriptive content and/or images in it. I've made the below page. Named it as "thankyou.aspx" under SitePages. 2. Open the site in SharePoint Designer, Go to "Forms" section. Create a New Form by clicking on "New Item F
SharePoint Survey - Redirect to Thank You Page on Finish SharePoint Survey - Redirect to Thank You Page on Finish Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 24, 2013 Rating: 5

SharePoint 2007 Profile Import Job Stuck

April 23, 2013    , , ,
It happens sometimes. SharePoint 2007 profile import job get stuck at enumerating or importing stage and forever without an end!  Remedy is simple! Just restart Office SharePoint service service! here is how: Login to your App server, where Search service is running Go to Start >> Administration Tools >> Services (or go to: Run >> type "Services.msc") Right click on "Office SharePoint Server Search" >> choose Restart  Optionally, You may have to do an IISReset! This should end up the profile import job in stuck.
SharePoint 2007 Profile Import Job Stuck SharePoint 2007 Profile Import Job Stuck Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 23, 2013 Rating: 5

Hide All Responses from End Users in SharePoint Survey

April 23, 2013    , , , ,
Requirement:   Don't show all responses in a SharePoint survey to End-users! Only the Administrators should get all responses.   Solution: Go to Survey Settings >> Advanced Settings >> Set the Item-level Permissions as: Read access & Edit access to:  Only their own . This will hide all responses in SharePoint survey. SharePoint survey hide responses End-users will get "Contributor" access to respond SharePoint Surveys. So, this setting will restrict them by getting the responses of other users. However this setting will not control Administrators, so they'll get to see all responses. The above trick is applicable to both SharePoint 2007 and SharePoint 2010 survey to hide responses. Another Way (for MOSS 2007): Edit the Survey's overview.aspx (Site Actions >> Edit Page), in List view web part, choose "Modify Shared Web Part" and then set the "Selected View" as "Summary View". This will hide the
Hide All Responses from End Users in SharePoint Survey Hide All Responses from End Users in SharePoint Survey Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 23, 2013 Rating: 5

Disable "Save" Button Until User Selects "I Agree"

April 16, 2013    , ,
Requirement is: Don't allow the end user to submit a record until they Agree with the terms and conditions by selecting "I Agree". So, we've to disable "Save" button until the "I Agree" check box is checked! Here is the jQuery script to achieve the same. Just place this code in your custom list form or in Content Editor Web Part (Place it in a Text file, upload and specify the script in CEWP). <script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.3.1/jquery.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script> <script language="javascript"> $(document).ready(function(){ //Disable the "Save" button initially $("input[value$='Save']").attr('disabled', true); //alert('jQuery Works'); //Enable-Disable "Save" button based on "I Agree" checkbox value! $("input[title$='Agree to Delete this site']").click(function(){
Disable "Save" Button Until User Selects "I Agree" Disable "Save" Button Until User Selects "I Agree" Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 16, 2013 Rating: 5

Rename Files / Find and Replace File Names in SharePoint Document Library with PowerShell

April 16, 2013    ,
Here is the PowerShell script to rename all files in bulk in SharePoint library: #Get the Web $Web = Get-SPWeb "http://sharepoint.crescent.com" #Get the List $List = $Web.Lists["Design Documents"] #Iterate Through All List Items foreach($ListItem in $List.Items) { if($null -ne $ListItem.File) #Exclude Document Sets { Write-Host "Checking $($ListItem.Name)..." #Check out, if Require checkout is enabled #$ListItem.File.CheckOut() #Replace "Crescent" with "Crescent Inc." $ListItem["Name"] = $ListItem["Name"].replace("Crescent","Crescent Inc.") #Update the changes $ListItem.Update() #$ListItem.File.CheckIn("Updated the File Name") } }
Rename Files / Find and Replace File Names in SharePoint Document Library with PowerShell Rename Files / Find and Replace File Names in SharePoint Document Library with PowerShell Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 16, 2013 Rating: 5

Add Web Application User Policy using PowerShell in SharePoint

April 09, 2013    , , , , ,
SharePoint web application user policy is the ideal way to manage permissions at the web application level instead of individual site collections. E.g. You want to provide full control to your CIO to all site collections in a intranet web application. Web app policy is discussed in my another article: SharePoint web application policy How to Create Web Application Policy in SharePoint using PowerShell? This PowerShell script adds new user policy to web application. Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue #Variables $WebAppURL = "http://sharepoint.crescent.com" $UserID = "Global\EricConnell" $UserDisplayName = "Global CIO" #Get the Web Application $WebApp = Get-spwebapplication $WebAppURL #Convert the UserID to Claims - If your Web App is claims based!!! if($WebApp.UseClaimsAuthentication) { $UserAccount = (New-SPClaimsPrincipal -identity $UserID -identitytype 1).ToEncodedString() } #Create FULL Access Web App
Add Web Application User Policy using PowerShell in SharePoint Add Web Application User Policy using PowerShell in SharePoint Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 09, 2013 Rating: 5

Change SharePoint Authentication from Classic Mode to Claims Based

April 08, 2013    , , , ,
As SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint 2016 requires claims authentication for most of its functionalities like Office web Apps, its mandatory to migrate to claims if your SharePoint 2010 is using classic mode authentication. Please note, you'll have to convert the authentication mode before moving the database from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013 (or you'll have to create a SharePoint 2013 web application in classic mode, backup the database from SharePoint 2010 and restore to SharePoint 2013 and then convert the authentication mode). Lets change SharePoint authentication from classic mode claims based. Migrate from classic-mode to claims-based authentication in SharePoint Server 2010 with PowerShell PowerShell can help to convert classic mode authentication to claims based authentication for SharePoint 2010. Here is the script: Take a backup before converting from Classic to Claims authentication - Because you can't revert back from Claims to classic mode authenticatio
Change SharePoint Authentication from Classic Mode to Claims Based Change SharePoint Authentication from Classic Mode to Claims Based Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 08, 2013 Rating: 5

SharePoint Permission Levels - Explained

April 08, 2013    , , , , ,
What is permission levels in SharePoint? Permission levels are set of permissions that a particular user or group is allowed to perform specific actions. Each permission levels consist of a number of detailed permissions (such as: Create Alerts, Delete Items, etc). SharePoint Server 2010 provides these default permission levels:  Full Control, Design, Contribute, Read (Sorted highest permission level to the lowest). Users and groups must be granted some level of permission to get access to SharePoint sites. Which can be in one of two ways: Add the user directly to the SharePoint site/list/list item with specific permission level Add the user or security group to a SharePoint group (which is already assigned with a particular permission level) Why we need permission levels in SharePoint? Security! It defines who can do what. The level of access is controlled by the permission level, which you can think of as a security role. SharePoint 2010 default permission levels:
SharePoint Permission Levels - Explained SharePoint Permission Levels - Explained Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 08, 2013 Rating: 5

Show or Hide SharePoint List Form Fields based on Another Field's Value using JQuery

April 06, 2013    , ,
What: Show or Hide a SharePoint list form field based on an another field's value. How: Use jQuery script to show/hide the dependent field from list form based on current field's value. Code: //Place this code just below the place holder "PlaceHolderMain" in Custom List Form. <script type="text/javascript" src="/_layouts/1033/jquery-1.4.4.min.js"></script> //Or Get refer it from "http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.3/jquery.min.js" <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function() { //alert('jQuery Works'); //Hide Reason fields initially $("textarea[title$='Question2Reason']").parent('span').parent('td').parent('tr').hide(); //Associate a function with Drop down change event $("select[title$='Question 2:']").change(function() { if($(this).val()=='Yes') {
Show or Hide SharePoint List Form Fields based on Another Field's Value using JQuery Show or Hide SharePoint List Form Fields based on Another Field's Value using JQuery Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 06, 2013 Rating: 5

The server may not have Microsoft SharePoint foundation installed, your machine's IP address may not have access to the server, or you may have specified an invalid proxy server (HTTP Error 403)

April 04, 2013    , ,
Problem:  Tried opening a SharePoint 2013 site in SharePoint Designer 2013 and got this error message "The server may not have Microsoft SharePoint foundation installed, your machine's IP address may not have access to the server, or you may have specified an invalid proxy server (HTTP Error 403)" Root cause is: The particular SharePoint site is published with TMG! SharePoint Designer 2013 couldn't pass the credentials to TMG and resulted in HTTP 403 Error. Solution: Open your SharePoint site in Web browser, Login to Site once. Now, Restart SharePoint designer and try to open your site with SharePoint designer and you should be able to get the site.
The server may not have Microsoft SharePoint foundation installed, your machine's IP address may not have access to the server, or you may have specified an invalid proxy server (HTTP Error 403) The server may not have Microsoft SharePoint foundation installed, your machine's IP address may not have access to the server, or you may have specified an invalid proxy server (HTTP Error 403) Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 04, 2013 Rating: 5

Create Form Library in SharePoint using PowerShell

April 03, 2013    , , ,
Requirement: Create form library in SharePoint using PowerShell. PowerShell to Create Form Library in SharePoint Here is the SharePoint PowerShell script to create form library: Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.Powershell -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue Function Create-FormLibrary { Param ( [Microsoft.SharePoint.SPWeb]$Web, [String] $ListName, [String] $Description ) #Get the Form Library template $ListTemplate = [Microsoft.Sharepoint.SPListTemplateType]::XMLForm #Check if the list already exists if( ($web.Lists.TryGetList($ListName)) -eq $null) { #Create the list $Web.Lists.Add($ListName,$Description,$ListTemplate) #You can Set Properties of Library such as OnQuickLaunch, etc $FormLib = $Web.Lists[$ListName] $FormLib.OnQuickLaunch = $true $FormLib.Update() Write-Host "Form library created successfully!" } else { Write-Host "Form library already exists!" } #Dispose web object $Web.Dispose() } #Get the W
Create Form Library in SharePoint using PowerShell Create Form Library in SharePoint using PowerShell Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 03, 2013 Rating: 5

Branding SharePoint 2010 Top Navigation Dropdown Menu Bar

April 03, 2013    , , , ,
By default SharePoint 2010 Top Navigation menu looks like the below screen without branding. The Top Navigation Menu is the primary object in SharePoint user interface. We can customize top navigation menu's look and feel by overriding CSS styles. Here, I'm Sharing the CSS code and screens for reference, from my recent project. SharePoint 2010 Top Navigation & Flyout Menu CSS Style: /*** Top Navigaion Global Menu Container ***/ .s4-tn { padding: 0px; margin: 0px; font-family: 'Calibri' !important; font-size: 11pt !important; padding-left: 10px; } /*** Top Navigaion Static Menu Style ***/ .s4-tn li.static > .menu-item { color: #5A9A18; border: 1px solid transparent; padding: 4px 10px; line-height: 25px; height: 25px; } /*** Top Navigaion Static Menu Hover ***/ .s4-tn li.static > a:hover { background: url("/_layouts/Images/selbg.png") repeat-x left top; background-color: #
Branding SharePoint 2010 Top Navigation Dropdown Menu Bar Branding SharePoint 2010 Top Navigation Dropdown Menu Bar Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 03, 2013 Rating: 5

Grant Permission to Folders in SharePoint Document Library using PowerShell

April 02, 2013    , ,
Requirement: grant folder permission in SharePoint using PowerShell script. Here is my script to grant access to a folder in SharePoint Library using PowerShell: Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue function Set-FolderPermissions($webUrl, $FolderURL, $UserAccount, $PermissionLevel) { #Get Web $web = Get-SPWeb $webUrl #Get the User $user = $web.EnsureUser($UserAccount) #Get the Permission Level $RoleDefinition = $web.RoleDefinitions[$PermissionLevel] #Get the Folder $Folder = $web.GetFolder($FolderURL).Item if ($Folder -ne $null) { #Check if Item has Unique Permissions. If not, Break the inheritance if($folder.HasUniqueRoleAssignments -eq $false) { $folder.BreakRoleInheritance($true) } #Grant Permissions $RoleAssignment = New-Object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPRoleAssignment($user) $RoleAssignment.RoleDefinitionBindings.Add($
Grant Permission to Folders in SharePoint Document Library using PowerShell Grant Permission to Folders in SharePoint Document Library using PowerShell Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 02, 2013 Rating: 5

SharePoint "NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users" - FAQs

April 01, 2013    , , , ,
Who are AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users in SharePoint? Every user Account that can logon to your network! So, If you want all of your AD users to access a SharePoint site, Grant access to "NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users" to the relevant SharePoint group. 'NT Authority\Authenticated Users' can also be used to grant access to users from multiple domains of your network. Adding NT Authority\Authenticated Users to SharePoint In SharePoint 2007, There was an easy way to add "NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users" by clicking "Add All Authenticated Users" link. But its removed in SharePoint 2010. SharePoint 2010 "NT Authority\Authenticated Users" Missing SharePoint 2010 "NT Authority\Authenticated Users" is not available from Address Book. In SharePoint 2010, Microsoft Removed the NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users from Global Address book, so you will not find it there. But you have to type it MANUALLY into the names box and th
SharePoint "NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users" - FAQs SharePoint "NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users" - FAQs Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 01, 2013 Rating: 5

How to Rename SharePoint Column Programmatically (PowerShell / C#)?

April 01, 2013    , , , , , ,
Here is how we can rename SharePoint list or site field or column programmatically with PowerShell and C# object model code: PowerShell Code to Rename a SharePoint Field: Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue $Web= Get-SPWeb "http://sharepoint.crescent.com" #Get the "Risk Metrics" List $list= $web.Lists.TryGetList("Risk Metrics") #Get "Project Name" Field $field = $list.fields | where {$_.Title -eq "Project Name"} #Set Field Display Name and Update $field.Title ="Program Name" $field.Update() Rename a SharePoint Field Programmatically (C#): using(SPSite site=new SPSite("http://sharepoint.crescent.com")) { //Get the "Risk Metrics" List SPList list = site.RootWeb.Lists["Risk Metrics"]; //Get "Project Name" Field SPField field = list.Fields["Project Name"]; //Set Field Display Name and Update field.Title =
How to Rename SharePoint Column Programmatically (PowerShell / C#)? How to Rename SharePoint Column Programmatically (PowerShell / C#)? Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 01, 2013 Rating: 5

SMTP4DEV - SMTP Server Tool to Test SharePoint 2013 Ougoing E-Mails

April 01, 2013    ,
What is SMTP4DEV? Well, SMTP4Dev is a nifty tool for capturing and testing Emails from any application. It doesn't actually send any Emails to actual recipient, but it captures Emails triggered from applications such as SharePoint. Here is how we can utilize this tool for testing outgoing Emails from SharePoint. This is extremely helpful in development environments and for testing purposes. Step 1: Download SMTP4DEV tool from Codeplex Download the SMTP4DEV tool from codeplex: https://smtp4dev.codeplex.com/ Standalone also available.! Just click and run the tool. Step 2: Set Domain name in the tool This tool runs from system tray area. The first thing you have to set is: configure the domain name as your current server name (by default it will be localhost).  Go to options >> Under the Server tab, set the domain name accordingly. Step 3: Configure the Outgoing Email settings in Central admin Now in SharePoint 2013 (or in SharePoint 2010), set the outgoing e
SMTP4DEV - SMTP Server Tool to Test SharePoint 2013 Ougoing E-Mails SMTP4DEV - SMTP Server Tool to Test SharePoint 2013 Ougoing E-Mails Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on April 01, 2013 Rating: 5
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