Monthly Archives: March 2017

Sum of time values for two DateTime columns

Starting from this post let’s suppose that your two DateTime Columns are COL_DAT1 COL_DAT2 and the request is to sum the time values. The final value  ( as a text ) will be in this format hh:mm. For this you will need … Continue reading

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Add domains in Office 365 with Powershell

If you would try to add a new domain to your Office 365 tenant , using Powershell, the steps are ( of course after you install Windows Azure Active Directory Module for Powershell ) Step 1. Connect to your tenant … Continue reading

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Create a library in each subsite in SharePoint Online

Starting from this post, bellow is the script which will create a library in each site for a specific site collection. $url = “your site collection URL” $description = ” This is my library” $Title = “00My List Title in … Continue reading

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Le roi est mort, vive le roi!

      Because public sites on SharePoint Online will be not anymore supported starting to first of April 2017, some changes will arrive. The new domain is here romeodonca.com ! The old one romeodonca.ro is still running on the old platform and it will … Continue reading

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Validation item in Sharepoint

…this post was published on 2017 March 03. How we can force users to fill a secondary line text if another column ( yes/no ) is checked as Yes Suppose that , the Yes/No column with the name yesno, and as single line text column … Continue reading

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Upload local folder structure with files on Sharepoint Online

…this post was published on 2017 February 12. IF you would like to upload a complete structure of folders and subfolders on Sharepoint Online you can do it using Powershell and CSOM, using the following script. You need to know the – … Continue reading

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Restoring multiple files versions in Sharepoint Online using Powershell

…this post was published on 2017 January 28. Starting from this post, I attached a zipped document with the scripts needed to do the request. The .zip file contains the files: Online_RestoringFiles.ps1   – this is the main file which will use the second … Continue reading

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Download all images from all picture libraries on Sharepoint Online

…this post was published on 2017 January 19. You can use following script. Save it  on your PC or run it directly using .ISE. All Images will be saved in specific picture library​. You need to download locally 2 libraries , if … Continue reading

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Download specified doc version from Sharepoint 2010 library

…this post was published on 2017 January 17. using Powershell, could be a challenge. Why? First you need to use version 2 , and if you already have other greater version installed on the machine you are forced to use only the … Continue reading

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Powershell DSC and Sharepoint standalone installation

…this post was published on 2017 January 11. Let’s take the next step, to install Sharepoint on the target machine. First, one remark. What about GUI versus command line setup process? If you preffer the <<click>> method, you will click clik, for … Continue reading

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