Tuesday, October 25, 2016

userprofile information internal name in Sharepoint 2013

Use profile property Display name User profile service data type
AboutMe About me HTML
AccountName Account name Person
ADGuid Active Directory Id binary
Assistant Assistant Person
CellPhone Mobile phone string (single-value)
Department Department string (single-value)
Fax Fax string (single-value)
FirstName First name string (single-value)
HomePhone Home phone string (single-value
LastName Last name string (single-value)
Manager Manager Person
Office Office string (single-value)
PersonalSpace Personal site URL
PictureURL Picture URL
PreferredName Name string (single-value)
PublicSiteRedirect Public site redirect URL
QuickLinks Quick links string (single-value)
SID SID binary
SPS-Birthday Birthday date no year
SPS-ClaimID Claim User Identifier string (single-value)
SPS-ClaimProviderID Claim Provider Identifier string (single-value)
SPS-ClaimProviderType Claim Provider Type string (single-value)
SPS-DataSource Data source string (single-value)
SPS-DisplayOrder Display Order integer
SPS-DistinguishedName Distinguished Name string (single-value)
SPS-DontSuggestList Don't Suggest List Person
SPS-Dotted-line Dotted-line Manager Person
SPS-EmailOptin Email Notifications integer
SPS-HireDate Hire date date
SPS-Interests Interests string (multi-value)
SPS-JobTitle Job Title string (single-value)
SPS-LastColleagueAdded Last Colleague Added date
SPS-LastKeywordAdded Last Keyword Added date
SPS-Location Office Location string (single-value)
SPS-MemberOf MemberOf string (multi-value)
SPS-MySiteUpgrade My Site Upgrade boolean
SPS-ObjectExists Object Exists string (single-value)
SPS-OWAUrl Outlook Web Access URL URL
SPS-PastProjects Past projects string (multi-value)
SPS-Peers Peers string (single-value)
SPS-PhoneticDisplayName Phonetic Display Name string (single-value)
SPS-PhoneticFirstName Phonetic First Name string (single-value)
SPS-PhoneticLastName Phonetic Last Name string (single-value)
SPS-ProxyAddresses Proxy addresses string (multi-value)
SPS-ResourceSID Resource Forest SID binary
SPS-Responsibility Ask Me About string (multi-value)
SPS-SavedAccountName Saved Account Name string (single-value)
SPS-SavedSID Saved SID binary
SPS-School Schools string (multi-value)
SPS-SipAddress SIP Address string (single-value)
SPS-Skills Skills string (multi-value)
SPS-SourceObjectDN Source Object Distinguished Name string (multi-value)
SPS-StatusNotes Status Message string (single-value)
SPS-TimeZone Time Zone time zone
Title Title string (single-value)
UserName User name string (single-value)
UserProfile_GUID Id unique identifier
WebSite Web site URL
WorkEmail Work e-mail E-mail
WorkPhone Work phone string (single-value)

Monday, October 24, 2016

Fast Site Creation in SharePoint 2016

 Fast Site Collection Creation for a template,

Enable-SPWebTemplateForSiteMaster -Template “STS#0” -CompatibilityLevel 15

Let’s get the DB where we have already provisioned a site collection.
$DB = Get-SPContentDatabase -site http://peakfinders/sites/fast
Now lets create a SiteMaster in it.
New-SPSiteMaster -ContentDatabase $DB -Template “STS#0”

Get-SPSiteMaster $DB

Open Central Administration >View all the site collections

Remove-SPSiteMaster to remove the SiteMaster from your Content database.
Create new site collection using –CreateFromSiteMaster parameter.
New-SPSite http://sp2016vm:4430/sites/FastSite1 -ContentDatabase $DB -CompatibilityLevel 15 -CreateFromSiteMaster -OwnerAlias “sp2016\sp16_farm”

WebProvisioned event receiver

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Elements xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/">
  <Receivers >


<Receivers Scope="Site">

custom WebProvisioned receiver provides:
  <Property Key="ReceiverScope" Value="Site" />
  <Property Key="Web.MasterUrl" Value="~SiteCollection/_catalogs/masterpage/v4.master" />
  <Property Key="Web.AlternateCssUrl" Value="/_layouts/styles/mydefault.css" />
  <Property Key="CustomProperty.Test" Value="Some value" />
  <Property Key="PublishingWeb.IncludeInCurrentNavigation" Value="true" />
  <Property Key="Navigation.GlobalIncludePages" Value="true" />
  <Property Key="Navigation.GlobalIncludeSubSites" Value="true" />

Property Key="Web.MasterUrl" Value="${~Parent}" />
  <Property Key="Web.CustomMasterUrl" Value="${~ParentNoRoot}" />
  <Property Key="Navigation.GlobalIncludePages" Value="${~SiteCollection}" />
As you see, you can specify special tokens in the “Value” attribute of the feature property elements too, these three options are available:
  • ${~Parent} – with this token you specify that the property of the “Key” attribute will be copied from the parent web of the current web
  • ${~ParentNoRoot} – this is almost the same as the first option, the only difference being that if the parent site is the root site of the current site collection the property won’t be copied to the current web (meaning that if the current web is not a child of the root web, the property will get copied).
  • ${~SiteCollection} – this token specifies that the property will be copied from the root web of the current site collection (no matter whether it is the parent of the current web or not)
In the case of the ${~ParentNoRoot} token you saw that there will be cases when the specified web property won’t get copied to the current web (for first level children). In this case you will need to specify two feature property elements with the same “Key”:
  <Property Key="Web0.CustomMasterUrl" Value="~SiteCollection/_catalogs/masterpage/v4.master" />
  <Property Key="Web1.CustomMasterUrl" Value="${~ParentNoRoot}" />

SPWeb’s MasterUrl, CustomMasterUrl and AlternateCssUrl properties for publishing sites). This sample would do the trick:
  <Property Key="Web.MasterUrl" Value="~SiteCollection/_catalogs/masterpage/v4.master" />
  <Property Key="Web.CustomMasterUrl" Value="~SiteCollection/_catalogs/masterpage/v4.master" />
  <Property Key="Web.AlternateCssUrl" Value="" />
  <Property Key="CustomProperty.__InheritsMasterUrl" Value="false" />
  <Property Key="CustomProperty.__InheritsCustomMasterUrl" Value="false" />
  <Property Key="CustomProperty.__InheritsAlternateCssUrl" Value="false" />

Where attachments are being stored in sharepoint

Like the documents in a document library, attachments are stored in Blob form in the content database

You can use Sharepoint Designer to access your Sharepoint Site, there are the Document Librarys and the documents you upload.

Thursday, October 20, 2016

The local SharePoint server is not available. Check that the server is running and connected to the SharePoint farm.

db_owner permissions to the account 

For this Open the DataBase,
 expand Security -> Logins -> right click on the account and go to properties. 
 properties window, click on User Mappings from the left side. 
Then you can select the database and select the permission as db_owner as shown in the fig below and click on OK.