Category: Document Library

List view threshold error(5000 items issue) in SharePoint On-Premise/SharePoint Online

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 83,423 total views Many times when we deal with the big lists in SharePoint, we get the error: “This view cannot be displayed because it exceeds the list view threshold (5000 items) enforced by the administrator”. In this article, we will learn about the root cause of this error and its fix. Introduction The threshold concept

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SharePoint Online Automation – O365 – Upload files to document library using PowerShell CSOM

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 67,531 total views Here in this post – I will show how we can upload multiple files or documents to SharePoint online document library using PowerShell CSOM programmatically from the given directory. Below is the list of files – located in my local directory which I am going to upload to the SharePoint Online document library

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SharePoint Online Automation – O365 – Download files from a document library using PowerShell CSOM

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 45,122 total views,  4 views today Here in this post – I will show how we can download files or documents from SharePoint online document library using PowerShell CSOM programmatically from the given date by passing the “From Date” and “To Date” to the query. Let’s say we want to download certain files from the SharePoint document

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Get SharePoint list URL by list ID

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 63,889 total views,  2 views today Sometimes due to some reason when SharePoint developer is shared only with SharePoint site URL and list id – using these two combinations, they need to generate the default view URL.  Then how can we construct the list URL? I will show here in this post how we can get SharePoint

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How to create indexed column in SharePoint on-premise and online – O365?

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 15,864 total views When we talk about the slowness of SharePoint list view loading – we go with the indexing the column. In this article, we will learn how to create an indexed column in SharePoint. Introduction If you are not clear about what indexing actually is – I would recommend reading my previous article how

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SharePoint – O365 – How does the database column indexing work in SharePoint?

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 25,322 total views,  2 views today Being a SharePoint developer, administrator, and architect, we quite often discuss the SharePoint list items loading issue and when it comes to SharePoint “list” items loading performance issue, we straight away go for indexing the columns to speed up the performance. So in this article, I will focus on what exactly

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SharePoint – O365 – What is the right way to iterate or loop through List Items?

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 9,737 total views In this article, we will learn what is the right way to iterate or loop through the SharePoint list items either from SharePoint on-premise or SharePoint online – o365. Introduction Generally, when a developer writes the code quickly – this might be observed. Let’s say in SharePoint “PurchaseOrder” list, there are 500 items.

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SharePoint On-Premise – Online O365 : Static Name vs. Internal Name vs. Display Name in SharePoint

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 17,602 total views Introduction: During our SharePoint development or customization, we often come across the need of SharePoint column “Display Name” and “Internal Name”. Apart from these two, there is one more name which is column “static” name, generally, we don’t much deal with this name(at least myself) during the SharePoint customization. However, I was curious

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How to fix “Upload failed: Path not found” or The specified path, file name, or both are too long error

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 30,742 total views,  2 views today Issue description – scenario 1: A couple of years back I was working in a big migration project where I was migrating more than 200 GB of data thru the third party tool. Migration was failing again and again so it needed my constant monitoring. The 90 percent of error was

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