I will be speaking in SharePoint Saturday Utah remotely J
Attendee Registration is now Open!
Please read Joel Oleson’s post on the announcement of SharePoint Saturday at Utah on his blog.
Follow the hashtag #SPSUtah for more details.
Permissions in SharePoint are basically on;
… Comment on the post if I forgot any!
Okay nothing new for who knows it, for who don’t & still searching on google, your search either will be third party tools [which you have to pay for] or just others asking the same question.
Now the work around is
- Create your list,
- Make sure the list is not in quick launch or top navigation,
- Whatever columns are needed, add it,
- Create different views,
- Create page for each view you created in your list,
- Add the list in the pages you created, while in Edit mode, edit the web part zone of the list & choose the view to display.
- In the pages library, here you specify unique permissions on each page; which means for each view!
More with a Trick
Remember; in step 2, make sure your list is not in quick launch [left navigation] or top navigation, ok glad you remember J
Now someone with contribute permission can go to “View all site content” and see the list, now we have to hide the list yup we are going to use PowerShell to hide the list.
$webSite = Get-SPWeb “http://SharePoint Site”;
$list = $webSite.Lists["TestList"];
$list.Hidden = 1;
Enjoy SharePointing! J
Lots of SharePoint communities are here nowadays but finally we have one for MEA region J
I am proud to be contributing with such a community that will grow fast by publishing SharePoint learning videos; SharePoint 2013 on iPad & iPhone – Device Channels
If you are a SharePointer in MEA region, I’d recommend you to join such a community & stay up to date with videos published by experts on YouTube channel.
Get ready for Service Pack 1 for the 2013 set of products including Office, SharePoint & Exchange…
SP1 will deliver performance enhancements, feature updates and improve compatibility with Windows 8.1.
Of course if you’re an Office 365 customer, you’re always up to date with the latest versions of our products. Microsoft will have more details to share on all that is coming in SP1 and how customers can acquire it closer to availability.
Comment on the post & tell us what do you hope to see in SP1 updates?
Originally posted on Fabian Williams SharePoint Blog:
On October 10th 2013 i blogged Come see my three session at SPLive360 in Orlando in an effort to promote and create awareness/buzz around my delivery at the event Andrew Connell and Dan Holme put on. I have to tell you it was a fantastic event, with a slew of talented speakers, engaged and energetic audience who were involved in my session from beginning to end. I delivered 3 sessions on BCS:
- SPH14 Case Study: When Should I Use SharePoint 2013 Business Connectivity Services (BCS) and When Should I Use SharePoint 2013 Workflows to Interact with External
- SPW11 No-Code CRUD Business Connectivity Services (BCS) Solutions Using SharePoint Designer 2013
- SPW02 What’s New with SharePoint Business Connectivity Services (BCS) and OData Services
Sweet times J old times I’d be angry when I see something like this but now I smile a lot .. OMG this is not ending J
Ok so what is it…
In SharePoint Central Administration there is a rule that says “Database has large amounts of unused space” with of course the “Auto Repair” function -> Don’t repair this error!
So what happens is it will start a timer-job that will shrink the database, causing fragmentation; as explained in this TechNet article: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh564121.aspx
So just ignore it J … or [just to be specific] shrink if you have to.