All versions of the SharePoint user interface provide an option to change the title (or display name) of a list or library. Changing SharePoint library URL (or internal name), however, is not exactly very intuitive. We will discuss the process in this article.
This is where I log all things SharePoint. I have worked on various versions of SharePoint. So, each post will usually specify what version I'm talking about (some times, the post will apply to pretty much all versions). Beyond SharePoint, this section may also hold content pertaining to other related Microsoft technologies like Office 365, Azure, C# (C Sharp), PowerShell, etc.
This article provides manual and programmatic methods of clearing the SharePoint designer cache for both SharePoint 2010 and 2013. Clearing the cache will remove any past connection history as well provide you a “clean slate” to work from.
Two PowerShell code snippets for getting a list of SharePoint users in a website. Just supply the absolute URL of the site collection. The second script also checks and prints out the users’ permissions on a specified SharePoint list.
PowerShell command to iterate through an entire web application and give you a list of all sites and subsites in the web application. The data is saved in .CSV format and can be viewed in Excel.
Three handy InfoPath case conversion rules. They are applied to the data in the current field (as indicated by the dot “.” character). But hopefully, you’ll not need these anymore since InfoPath has pretty much died (and a very welcome death as well).
You really shouldn’t be using STSADM anymore. PowerShell is a far more robust and flexible replacement. But if you just must execute your beloved STSADM commands, you can do so from within PowerShell directly. Here’s how.