Month: September 2013

Easy way to Check in Multiple SharePoint files inside multiple folders

Prasanta Barik

When we have folder structure inside a document library, it is difficult to check all the files at single time. because it shows all the folder instead of files to users, by default SharePoint takes the items(folders) to check in without the items inside it. There is a very nice way to achieve this by creating another view. so that views can be switched whenever the users wants to check in multiple files. Here is the way:

Step 1: Go to document Library. Create a new view:



Step 2: Create standard View:


Step 3: Give a unique name to the view:


Step 4: Scroll down and give the folders filter as shown below and then save it.


Step 5: Now you can switch the view to find all the items without folder:


Step 6: Now all multiple files can be checked in without any issues inside  folders:


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Updating SharePoint Managed Metadata Term hidden Value after Renaming Term in Managed Metadata

Prashob Jayapraksh

Background : If your SharePoint 2010 Server running  on June 2011 or Later version (14.0.6106.5002 of the cumulative update package) and the Taxonomy Update Scheduler is running fine and you face the below issue

Issue : Rename a Term in Managed Metadata  and New Term is not  reflecting on List views or Document Set  Landing Page(Only it get reflects if  you edit the Item)

Root Cause : Managed Metadata Term Hidden Value is not Updating

Workaround :

Save the below code lines as text files and save like Ex. UpdateTaxonomyHiddenList.ps1.

$Assem = (
“Microsoft.SharePoint, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c” ,
“Microsoft.SharePoint.Taxonomy, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c”

$Source = @”

using Microsoft.SharePoint;

using Microsoft.SharePoint.Taxonomy;

using System;

namespace TaxonomyUpdater




        publicstaticvoid Update(string SiteUrl)


            SPSite Site2Update = new SPSite(SiteUrl);







Add-Type -ReferencedAssemblies $Assem

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JavaScript IntelliSense for SharePoint 2013 in Visual Studio 2012

Developer Life

Hello reader,

today I’d like to point out nice trick how to enable JavaScript intellisense for your SharePoint 2013 solution in Visual Studio 2012.  We can enable JavaScript in other web project by file “_reference.js” in Scripts folder, but this is an issue in SharePoint 2013 project which can cause troubles when you are use jQuery or KnockOut javascript libraries. The process of adding those is nice and simple. You need it once, as preparation, locate your JavaScript libraries on one place.

Go to Tools in Visual Studio 2012


Then go to Text Editor -> JavaScript -> IntelliSence -> References


By triple dot button to chose your destination of prefered js libraries. Then just go back to your code and try:


For reference, for all web project (include SharePoint 2013 app model) you can use approach by “_references.js” file like this:

/// <reference path=”jquery-1.8.2.js” />
/// <reference name=”MicrosoftAjax.js” />

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Adding Yammer to Project 2013 Workspaces

Project Epistemology

Yammer is the greatest thing since sliced bread, automatic toll passes, and half price fajita night – or so I’ve been told.  For those of you not familiar with Yammer, it’s Microsoft’s solution for social networking and collaboration.  I am sure folks in Redmond may cringe when I write this, but imagine Yammer as a combination of Facebook and Twitter, but where the information and who can see the information is controlled by the organization.  This gives us all of the free wheeling knowledge management of social networking tools, but none (well, less) of the risk that this information walks out the door when I’m not paying attention.

What gets a bit confusing is that there’s a fair bit of overlap between Yammer (a recent acquisition) and the out of the box SharePoint social functionality.  That overlap hasn’t quite been rationalized as of yet, and is the topic of much…

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Winter 14 Embedded Analytics

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Super quick post on Embedded Analytics just in case this has passed anyone by and because it’s probably my favourite non-technical new feature for some time.


In short, it is now possible to embed two charts (not reports) into a standard page layout (custom objects and standard objects), blurring the lines slightly between layouts and dashboards. The source report must be of the summary or matrix type and include a chart. Note the displayed analytics support manual refresh, but this is a limited resource (a users can refresh up to 100 report charts every 60 minutes, at the org-level this is 3,000 report charts every 60 minutes).

Hopefully the embedded analytics capability will be enhanced over future releases to remove the 2 chart limit and to support non-chart report outputs. A blended approach to the composition of layouts where dashboard components and standard page sections could be intermingled would be…

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Shortcuts keys for microsoft word document

Hi friends to day i am posting Shortcut keys for Microsoft word as the word plays major role in documentation and all so learn these shortcuts to use word substantial use.


Keyboard Shortcuts Result in Microsoft Word

  • CTRL + A Selects all in the current document.
  • CTRL + B Bold text.     

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PHP – Prepared Statements with a dynamic number of parameters

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I had trouble getting Prepared Statements in PHP with MySQLi, so here’s my solution. There are two issues that I had with this: passing a dynamic number of parameters to be bound, and that I wanted an associated array to be returned.

I used call_user_func_array to call a callback on my array of of parameters that I passed in. One issue with this approach is that the array needs to have all of the values be references, thus I used the makeValuesReferenced function that I found here, while fetchAssocArray is a user created function that I found here.

The function can be called like this:

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