To get the list of questions from a SP 2013+ Distribution list using OOTB REST API: _api/lists/getByTitle('listname')/items?$filter=ContentType eq 'Discussion' or /_api/lists/getByTitle('listname')/items?$filter=FSObjType eq 1 To get the list of replies from a SP 2013+ Distribution list, using OOTB REST API: _api/lists/getByTitle('listname')/items?$filter=ContentType eq 'Message' or /_api/lists/getByTitle('listname')/items?$filter=FSObjType eq 0 To get the list of Discussions with the replies count … Continue reading SharePoint REST API to get Discussion List Questions and Replies separately
Scenario: Create a dashboard page in SP 2013, displaying just 3 lists in 3 different views using Js Link capability. The 3 lists are: Accordion: A list containing title and description which will be displayed on the dashboard with an accordion functionality with title being the accordion item heading and description being the accordion item body. Menu: … Continue reading Having multiple JSLink based webparts on the same page, overrides all the other templates in SP 2013
JsLink is a good feature that was introduced in SP 2013 to allow users to bring in more flexibility in Client Side Rendering (CSR). With this you can control how your list data is getting displayed in View, Display, Edit and New forms. For ex., you can achieve this using JSLink: You can check … Continue reading JSLink SharePoint 2013 troubleshooting
This is a common error that you would have faced, while adding a WCF service endpoint to BCS through SharePoint Designer 2013, connected to Office 365. The complete error would look like this: Unknown Error occurred. Unable to load one or more of the requested types. Retrieve the LoaderExceptions property for more information. This is … Continue reading SharePoint 2013 BCS with WCF data source: Unknown Error occurred. Unable to load one or more of the requested types.
This post is in continuation to my previous post on Building Excel reports from Project Server 2013 OData Services. Now that you have your Excel Report and started being innovative in building jazzy reports and dashboard, you might want to display it on your homepage so that you could get the snapshot of everything when you … Continue reading Display Project Server 2013 Excel Reports in your SharePoint Site
This is quick walkthrough to showcase how you could build powerful reports from Project Server data online, in a jiffy. I am using the Project Online Subscription from Office 365. However, this should work with your on-premise Project Server 2013 setup as well. So no worries...Interestingly this technique can be extended to any other data … Continue reading Building Excel reports from Project Server 2013 OData Services