Have you ever tried to migrate a site from an on-premises SharePoint environment to Office 365? Or have you tried keeping development, test and production sites in sync? Within an on-premises environment you would have been likely to hit issues with custom solution? Or you might have hit issues with recreating sites exactly the same… Continue reading Office 365 / SharePoint 2013/2016 – Moving sites around
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
Today I tried to create a site using New-PnPWeb and I received the following erro message: New-PnPWeb : Provisioning did not succeed. Details: Failed to initialize some site properties for Web at Url: 'https://mytenant.sharepoint.com/clients/client1' OriginalException: The request uses too many resources. I then tried it again and I got the same message Then I tried… Continue reading Office 365 – SharePoint – New-PnPWeb : Provisioning did not succeed. Details: Failed to initialize some site properties for Web at Url: ” OriginalException: The request uses too many resources.
It's not often that I work with SharePoint on-premises anymore, but recently I had a look at PnP PowerShell for SharePoint 2013. Today I switched back to SharePoint Online. I started to export some sites using get-PnPProvisioningTemplate and I got the following error message: powershell_ise.exe Information: 0 : 2017-03-20 14:55:48.3702 [Page Contents]  [Debug] Code… Continue reading Office 365 – Office Dev PnP PowerShell – Mixing up releases
SharePoint has it's own Contact list with its own content type, Contact. But what if you want to customize this list. What should you do? A couple of common customization that you might want are: Additional fields Remove some of the out of the box fields. Reorder the fields. Easy isn't it you go to… Continue reading Office 365 – SharePoint – Create your own Contact list