Posts Found above: Thanks Serge! also had to do this: var view = paList.Views.Add(viewName, viewFields, string.Empty, 100, true, true); view.Scope = SPViewScope.Recursive; view.Update(); web.Update(); because: paList.Views.Add(viewName, viewFields, string.Empty, 100, true, true); paList.Views[viewName].Scope = SPViewScope.Recursive; paList.Views[viewName].Update(); web.Update(); didn't work :-( No wander: paList.Views[viewName] gets a new instance each time it is invoked. So the code above is equivalent to: paList…


$site=Get-SPSite $siteURL $web=$site.RootWeb $list=$web.Lists.TryGetList($listName) if($list -ne $null) { write-host -f green $listName "exists in the site" } else { write-host -f yellow $listName "does not exist in the site"


http://sharein.corp.ponet/innop/Cost-effectiveFuelSystemArchitectureForChinaVI/SitePages/Categories.aspx Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.Sharepoint.Powershell $site = Get-SPSite "SiteURL" $sitelists = foreach ($web in $site.AllWebs) { foreach($list in $web.lists){ $list }} $sitelists |select Title | Export-CSV C:\liststitles.csv Remove-PsSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell # declare an array to store results $results = @() # fetch databases (only configuration and content DBs are needed) $databasesToQuery = Get-SPDatabase | Where-Object {$_.Type -eq 'Configuration Database' -or $_.Type -eq 'Content Database'} | Sort-Object –Property Name # for each database get spshelladmins and add db name and username to result $databasesToQuery | ForEach-Object {$dbName = $_.Name; Get-SPShellAdmin -database $ | Sort-Object $_.username | ForEach-Object {$results += @{$dbName=$($_.username)}}} # …
$(function() { var isCustomerNominated = $("#IsCustomerNominated");; isCustomerNominated.on("change", function (e) {$(this)); }) }); function hideAirline() { var contractedAirline = $("#contractedAirline"); if (":checked")) { contractedAirline.css("visibility", "visible"); } else { contractedAirline.css("visibility", "hidden"); } }

Initializing xslt variable with static content

I had to use a variable in an xslt template. The value for that variable would be returned by a stored procedure at a SQL Server DB. So, I decided to populate the variable with static content:

    <xsl:variable name="hideColumns" select ="'ISBN,author_id,vendor_id'" />

Populated with the static content, the variable proved to be a good replacement for the real-life data. So, as soon as the stored procedure was deployed, my xslt template was readily updated with the appropriate select statement in the hideColumns variable declaration.

T-SQL: COALESCE returns int for integer operations

DECLARE @can_import BIT



jQuery | remove inline style

Summary: The jQuery.UI dialog widget can be called on a dynamically created <div />. In this case, the element will have its height set to 30px. A possible solution could be setting height to the empty string using the css() method. Normally the jQuery.UI dialog is called on an existing element. But it can also be bound to a dynamically created element:
var confirmText = Would you like to edit this task as the administrator user?'; // dynamically create <div /> to call the dialog on $('<div />').appendTo(document.forms[0]) .attr('id', 'div1') .attr('title', 'Dialog Title') .text(confirmText); // initialize the dialog $('#div1').dialog(); The resulting dialog assigns div1 to the message pane. But it also adds inline styling that squeezes div1 to the height of 30px, like this:
To fix this issue just remove the height style from div1:
$('#div1').dialog().css('height', ''); This seems to be …