Group By Content-Type in SharePoint list view

In this hint, I’ll show How to Group By ‘Content-Type’ field in SharePoint list view?Group By 'Content-Type' field in SharePoint listScenario:

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Show / Hide a DIV tag based on a user group in SharePoint via SPServices

In this hint, I’ll elaborate How to show/hide a DIV tag based on a user existence in a specific group with a specific permission in SharePoint via SPServices?Show Hide DIV tag based on user group in SharePoint via SPServicesScenario:

Consider you have a SharePoint Page that holds a 2 Script Editor Web Part or more, and each Script Editor Web Part has its independent DIV as shown below.Show or Hide a DIV tag based on a user group in SharePoint via SPServicesNow, you need to hide the left (DIV) with ‘< div id="ID1"> Qassas div ID1< /div > from all users who belong to a specific SharePoint Group in your SharePoint site.

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Extend SharePoint Trial Period

As we know, we can use SharePoint as a trial version for 180 days, but What about if the SharePoint Trial Period has been expired

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In this article, I’ll try to answer the following questions related to SharePoint Trial Period and Licenses:

  • Is there any way to Extend SharePoint Trial Period?
  • Is there a SharePoint free key for learning and Development Purpose?
  • What should I do after the SharePoint Trial Period has expired?
  • Can I use SharePoint Trail Version in a production environment?
  • What’s the required license for SharePoint?
  • What are the types of Client Acess Licenses (CAL)?
  • Can I use the same SharePoint key for multiple servers?

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An error occurred while accessing a data connection (.udcx) file that is required for this form to function correctly. The file cannot be found or you do not have permissions to access it.

Once I have published an InfoPath form that has a data connection file that stored in a data connection library, and tried to open the InfoPath form via browser, I got the following error:

An error occurred while accessing a data connection (.udcx) file that is required for this form to function correctly. The file cannot be found or you do not have permissions to access it.

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I am pretty sure that the connection file is found in a data connection library and I have a permission to access it.

Cause:
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Missing Data Connection Library In SharePoint

In this hint,  I will elaborate How to show the missing Data Connection Library In SharePoint?

Scenario:
If you are working on InfoPath or Excel Services in SharePoint, you will need to use a Data Connection Library to save your external connection files like a “udcx” file.
But sometimes, when you tried to add a new Data Connection Library you may miss it in Add an App Page.

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Health Analyzer Issue: Product/patch installation or server upgrade required

In SharePoint 2013, the Health Analyzer has detected the below error:

Product / patch installation or server upgrade required

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Hide List View Header Menu via CSS in SharePoint

In this hint, I’ll show How to hide SharePoint ListView column header menu via CSS for print purpose.open-menu-option-in-listviewSteps : Continue reading “Hide List View Header Menu via CSS in SharePoint”