Category: SharePoint 2016

SharePoint Updates

Keep googling for this information https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt715807(v=office.16).aspx SharePoint 2016 updates SharePoint 2013 updates SharePoint 2010 updates Latest Updates for SharePoint 2016 Package Name KB Number Release Date SharePoint Server 2016 SharePoint Server 2016 Multilingual User Interface (MUI) KB3118289 KB3118295 September 2016 SharePoint Server 2016 SharePoint Server 2016 Multilingual User Interface (MUI) KB3115437 KB3115441 August 2016 SharePoint … Continue reading SharePoint Updates

PowerBI/SharePoint multiple selection Error

Working with PowerBI the other day to connect to a SharePoint Online List, the results DataSource.Error: We couldn't parse OData response result. Error: A null value was found for the property named 'Andre_x0020_saksbehandlerId', which has the expected type 'Collection(Edm.Int32)[Nullable=False]'. The expected type 'Collection(Edm.Int32)[Nullable=False]' does not allow null values. Turn's out this is a known error … Continue reading PowerBI/SharePoint multiple selection Error

SharePoint 2016 Durable links

The new "Durable Links" feature in SharePoint 2016 and O365 seems to only support Office Documents. It's not supporting .PDF and Image files(.png, .jpg) "Durable Links" won't work either when you move documents from Web to Web. It only support moving between document libraries in the same web. Besides you have to use the drag and drop feature … Continue reading SharePoint 2016 Durable links

SharePoint 101 – WarmUp PowerShell

Need to warmup your SharePoint sites, try this small script #Get SharePoint PowerShell commands# asnp *sharepoint* #Query webapplications # $webapps = get-spwebapplication -IncludeCentralAdministration foreach ($app in $webapps) { $sites = get-spsite -webapplication $app.url -Limit ALL foreach ($site in $sites) { #write-host $site.Url; foreach ($web in $site.AllWebs) { #write-host $web.Url; $r = Invoke-WebRequest -URI $web.Url -UseDefaultCredentials … Continue reading SharePoint 101 – WarmUp PowerShell