Tagged: Sharepoint

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SharePoint Web Front End Performance Issues

SharePoint utilization ranges from small scale to medium to high end. As the utilization increases, so the resource requirements. However, not in all the cases the only solution is to add more resources. At...

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SharePoint Trusted Identity Provider

SharePoint brings in many good things with claims-based authentication. Trusted identity provider is one of the authentication types we can use while creating a web application in SharePoint. We have forms-based authentication since long...

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SharePoint 2013 Client Side Rendering (CSR)

In SharePoint 2013 client-side rendering has been introduced, as the name implies it has to do with rendering. Client side rendering also known as CSR has a complete framework. Using CSR rendering can be...

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Document Generation with Nintex

Document creation in itself is a tedious job as each document involves a different template and for each template the data has to be captured accurately. The template however can be automated with some...

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Nintex Upgrade from 2010 to 2013

Upgrading products is as inevitable as paying taxes ­čÖé so is the case for┬áNintex. Nintex upgrade from the previous 2010 version to 2013 is quite easy, however with the passage of time some un-used...

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SharePoint PowerShell Script Scheduling

SharePoint PowerShell Script are very powerful set of tools using which administration/management has become quite flexible. I came across a scenario where certain workflow needs to be invoked after a certain time period elapses...

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Security Token Service (STS)

Security Token Service also known as STS is a very strong authorization concept in SharePoint. It started off nicely in 2010 version which has been adopted similarly in 2013 version. It is primarily helpful...

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SharePoint 2010 Surprises

SharePoint 2010 has come up with a lot of new features and enhancements which are really cool. Yet there are some features 2010 do not even go for, which really surprises me. Here are...

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SharePoint Business Connectivity Services & Its Limitations

Microsoft provides Business Connectivity Services (BCS) also called Business Data Connectivity (BDC) is a set of services and features using which we can connect SharePoint-based application to external data sources. It is part of...