Jan 26 2015

Sharepoint list as a catalog programmatically through powershell

Set/Enable Sharepoint list as a catalog programmatically through powershell

  • $spList is an SPList oblject,
  • $allowAnonymousAccess is a boolean value to make list accesssible from search service,
  • $catalogItemKeyFieldInternalName is an internal name of unique column or primary key, and
  • $selectedCategoryFieldInternalName is an internal name of a taxonomy(metadata) column used for navigation hierarchy

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Jan 22 2015

Abhishek Jaiswal

SharePoint 2013 with PowerShell – Site Collection

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Working with SharePoint 2013 Site Collections (SPSite) Using PowerShell


SharePoint 2013 makes it easy for people to work together. SharePoint 2013 enables you and your employees to set up web sites to share information with others, manage documents from start to finish, and publish reports to help everyone make informed decisions. Windows PowerShell in SharePoint 2013 lets an administrator automate tasks with SharePoint web applications, site collections, sites, lists, and more and provides a command-line alternative to configuring SharePoint 2013 through Central Administration.
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Nov 14 2014

Create SharePoint List Dynamically using Powershell Script


Create SharePoint List Dynamically using Powershell Script

In this post we will see how to create Sharepoint List dynamically using powershell script .

Please note that you can use notepad++ to write powershell scripts and save them with extension “.ps1″.

There are few variables which you need to assign some value e.g. site url and list name etc.
I would recommend to create this type of variables out side the function as I’ve done here.
Reason being is simple, you can use this variable in other functions in your script file.
Also, to make it workable we will add powershell Snap-in as mentioned in my last post.

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Nov 13 2014

Abhishek Jaiswal

Microsoft takes .NET open source and cross-platform

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Microsoft takes .NET open source and cross-platform

Since 12 years, .net framework has been a programming model for developers who want to build app for windows. On 12 November 2014 microsoft takes a bold step and announces that they are taking .net core 5 as cross platform and open source. That means you can ship a private version of the .NET Core Framework with your app.

Some of the features of asp.net 5

CrossPlatform compatability

.net core will be shipped via nuget.That means you can ship a private version of the .NET Core Framework with your app..NET Core CLR for Windows, Mac and Linux and it will be both open source and it will be supported by Microsoft. It’ll all happen at https://github.com/dotnet. Open sourcing the Jit and the .NET GC and making them both cross-platform.

ASP.NET 5.0 ability to work everywhere

ASP.NET 5 will be available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Mac and Linux support will come soon and it’s all going to happen in the open on GitHub at https://github.com/aspnet. ASP.NET 5 will include a web server for Mac and Linux called kestrel built on libuv, and you could front it with Nginx for production. There is a new FREE SKU for Visual Studio for open source developers and students called Visual Studio Community Visual Studio 2015 and ASP.NET 5 will support gulp, grunt, bower and npm for front end developers. Much of the .NET Core Framework 4.6 and its Reference Source source is going on GitHub. It’s being relicensed under the MIT license.

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Nov 12 2014

Adding PowerShell Snap-in Sharepoint 2013


PowerShell Snap-in Sharepoint 2013

Windows PowerShell is a command-line shell and scripting language that provides an administrator full access to applicable application programming interfaces (APIs). Administrators can interact directly with SharePoint 2013 to manipulate web applications, site collections, sites, lists and much more. In addition, an administrator can script cmdlets (pronounced “command-lets”).

You can manage most aspects of SharePoint 2013 in the SharePoint Management Shell. You can create new site collections, web applications, user accounts, service applications, proxies, and more.

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