Taking the DIY a bit further

Microsoft Flow – Create your own custom connectors – Part 2

In Part 1 of this series of posts I have looked at creating a new custom connector. If after reading part 1 you are still happy to do all the DIY, then here is the next part of my series about custom connectors. In this post I'm updating an existing custom connector. Importing a custom … Continue reading Microsoft Flow – Create your own custom connectors – Part 2

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Updating Hyperlink or Picture fields using Microsoft Flow

Today I tried to update a field that contains a URL field (AKA Hyperlink or Picture). To update these kind of field you would normally have to set the field to It's always important not to forget the space after the comma, however when I tried this with Microsoft Flow this construction doesn't seem to … Continue reading Updating Hyperlink or Picture fields using Microsoft Flow

SharePoint 2013 – Remove, Add and Update List View Web Parts on publishing pages programmatically

Changing Default Views Sergei Sergeev's post about changing default views helped a bit here However I found that when doing the same on publishing pages things become slightly trickier. I have looked at 3 different things that we could do to the ListViewWebPart: Delete Add Update The basic steps First for all of these operations … Continue reading SharePoint 2013 – Remove, Add and Update List View Web Parts on publishing pages programmatically