SharePoint Content Organiser PropertyBag Property Settings


The SharePoint CSOM API doesn’t have an implementation to change the Content organiser settings for a site, but these settings are persisted on the Webs propertybag, meaning that you can change them using CSOM or REST. The Content Organiser Settings Setting PropertyBag Property Require users to use the organizer when submitting new content to libraries with one … Continue reading SharePoint Content Organiser PropertyBag Property Settings

SharePoint Search Crawled Properties not Created for XML Provisioned Site Columns


Scenario Crawled properties are not created by the search crawler for Taxonomy type fields provisioned using XML and CSOM. You create Managed Metadata site columns using the XML field schema and the CSOM remote API, as you probably know, for Taxonomy type fields there are 2 site columns involved; The Taxonomy field type (single/multi-value) An accompanying … Continue reading SharePoint Search Crawled Properties not Created for XML Provisioned Site Columns

SharePoint Client People Picker Control Helper


The SharePoint people picker client-side control is a bit of an opaque beast, many times when you’re doing a client-side customisation you might want to Add or Remove person or group entities or otherwise examine the list of entities the user has selected. The good news is that there is an API of sorts found in clientpeoplepicker.js, as … Continue reading SharePoint Client People Picker Control Helper

Add SharePoint Context Parameters to your MVC Provider Hosted App Form POST


You’re developing a SharePoint provider hosted app and you need to do a form post to a controller action, and in that controller action you need to get a SharePoint context using the SharePointContextProvider class. When you do this, you may find that an exception is thrown by this class because there aren’t any of … Continue reading Add SharePoint Context Parameters to your MVC Provider Hosted App Form POST

Updating your Azure WebJob using the Kudu Console


So you’ve already published your shiny Webjob to Azure either using Visual Studio 2013 publishing awesome-ness or ‘manually’ using the Azure management portal, and now you want to update it. There’s a super-easy way and thats using the Kudu console. Login to the Kudu console for your web app using the url shown below; https://{webapp name}-scm.azurewebsites.net … Continue reading Updating your Azure WebJob using the Kudu Console