Quite a while ago I developed tool to monitor SharePoint logs. Since I developed this it's been available for download on Codeplex. Recently I noticed that codeplex is going to shut down. So I thought better move this solution to Github instead. Before republishing this solution on Github I thought better test the solution … Continue reading SharePoint 2010, 2013, 2016 – Monitor your SharePoint logs.
Currently I'm implementing an appraisal process for one of my customers using Nintex Workflow and Nintex Forms. My initial thought was to create an appraisal form and then create a workflow with a number of Request Data tasks as the form bounces between the reviewee and the reviewer. I have however always found that tasks … Continue reading SharePoint – Nintex – Request Data vs Nintex Forms
Last week one of my customers at Triad wanted me to implement drag and drop to update a status field for one of their lists. So I found the Andrew Burgess' article on how to implement drag and drop. Creating the page The list that we looked at contained sales opportunities that moved through stages such … Continue reading Office 365 – SharePoint implementing drag and drop for list items
I like the usage of Display templates but every now and then there are problems that should be easy to solve that are not. Well, the problem in this article is actually one of those easily solved problems. Once you know how. I've got a page in my Office 365 SharePoint online environment. I'm using the page … Continue reading SharePoint 2013 – Display the first 100 characters of a Publishing Page Content field using Display Templates
In the many years that I worked with Microsoft products I have liked using 3rd party add-ons. Cimaware AccessFIX Fix your access databases ExcelFIX Repair your Excel spreadsheets OutlookFIX Repair your Outlook .pst files WordFIX Repair your Word documents OfficeFIX Repair your office files. DeleteFIX Photo Recover photos from almost every camera, even after the … Continue reading Office – Interesting 3rd party products