sharepoint online – Microsoft Flow adds an event to Outlook Calander

I'm trying to create a feed to create an event in the Outlook calendar, but some problems arise when I add the date / time field value to Start Time field.

I have therefore used a formula to format Date Time as

formatDateTime (triggerBody ()?[‘StartDate’], Yyyy-MM-ddTHTH: mm: ss & # 39;)

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Also tried to convert to utc formula, but still get an error as

convertToUtc (formatDateTime (triggerBody ()?)?[‘StartDate’], Yyyy-MM-ddTHTH: mm: ss), & # 39; India standard time & # 39;)

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sharepoint online – Using powershell, How to export all subsites, lists with list items (Title, ID, Author) from a specific site collection?

I want to export the hierarchy of site collections in Excel like this using powershell.

Site Collection - "https://sitename.sharepoint.com"
Subsite1 - "https://sitename.sharepoint.com/S1"
List1
1 (ID) - Item 1 (Title) - Created by
2 (ID) - Item 2 (Title) - Created by
List2
1 (ID) - Item 1 (Title) - Created by
2 (ID) - Item 2 (Title) - Created by
Subsite2 - "https://sitename.sharepoint.com/S2"
Liste11
1 (ID) - Item 1 (Title) - Created by
2 (ID) - Item 2 (Title) - Created by

I need to implement it in SharePoint Online and read the user site collection.

Thank you in advance.

PowerApps and Flow vs. SharePoint Framework

I've tried to research this site online, but unfortunately, all I could find were articles about the power of PowerApps and Flow. I am curious to know, in the world of solutions without code / low code, where does this leave SharePoint Framework? When are PowerApp applications appropriate for SharePoint Framework usage? Is it still worth taking the time to learn how to use SharePoint Framework if you have a developer and coding experience, or do we admit defeat and resign ourselves to the world of low / no code?

Calling a WCF service with jquery ajax from Sharepoint Online

I've used these codes to call an application installed on the client and configured to listen to a port on the local host, from a page containing a form published in Sharepoint Online.
In this case, I had to assign "http: // localhost: xxxx" to call_UrlEndpoint, but instead try to put your intranet URL.

openLocalApp function (call_UrlEndpoint, dataJson) {
$ .ajax ({
url: call_UrlEndpoint,
type: "POST",
async: true,
data: JSON.stringify (dataJson),
jsonp: "reminder",
jsonpCallback: "save",
contentType: 'application / json',
processData: false,
crossDomain: true,
dataType: & quot; jsonp & # 39;
success: function (answer) {
alert ("success");
}
error: function (answer) {
alert ("The scan component failed!");
}
});

}

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Workflow – How to send an email to the user when editing in a certain column of the online SharePoint list?

I have a list of sharing points to submit requests for a task to be completed. In each element, a person will be assigned to this task. I want this person to be notified as soon as the status of this item has been changed to "Accept" or "Reject". So, depending on the "Status" column, I want the person in the "Engineer" column to receive an email about a change in the status of the item they are part of …

javascript – How to run an AJAX call to page load and access this information from a custom web part? [SharePoint Foundation 2013]

New SharePoint development without understanding how it works:

I have a custom website "Search in the directory" on my home page.
It currently only works on the second search. I guess the AJAX call does not work until the first search to retrieve data, which is why the search only works after the second try.

How can I run the data at page load to be able to access the data from the first search in the directory?

I've tried placing the js file on the page, but it's not reading the elements in the web part …

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SharePoint server – Can not find the missing feature in the content database

I am solving the error of server-side dependencies missing on SP 2013.
Trying to resolve a missing feature error, I tried to find the feature from the content database, but it returned no results.

select * from among the features where FeatureId is in (MyFeatureID & # 39;)

Then I tried the Powershell script

$ featureID = "My FeatureID"
$ siteID = "SideID"

#Displaying information on the site

$ site = Get-SPSite $ siteID
Write-Host "Control Site:" $ site.Url

#Remove the functionality of all subsites
ForEach ($ web in $ Site.AllWebs)
{
If ($ web.Features[$featureID])
{
Write-Host "` nFound Feature $ featureID in web: "$ Web.Url" `nDelete feature"
$ web.Features.Remove ($ featureID, $ true)
}
other
{
Write-Host "nn" did not find the $ featureID feature in the Web: "$ Web.Url
}
}

#Remove the functionality of the site collection
If ($ Site.Features[$featureID])
{
Write-Host "` nFound feature $ featureID in site: "$ site.Url" `nRemoving Feature"
$ site.Features.Remove ($ featureID, $ true)
}
other
{
Write-Host "You have not found the $ featureID feature in the site:" $ site.Url
}

it did not work

Then I tried
stsadm -o uninstallfeature -id -Obligate he did not delete the Health Analyzer message.

Anyone can help?

Thank you in advance.

sharepoint online – Associate the field customizer with an existing field with the help of a feature framework

This is possible by associating FieldCustomizer to the existing field. The field object has ClientSideComponentId property, which needs to be updated to match the identifier of the FieldCustomizer Manifest ID. You can update the existing fields by using CSOM / REST.

The same model also applies to ApplicationCustomizers, which are associated with UserCustomActions using ClientSideComponentId property. You can also update the ClientSideComponentProperties property with all instance level configurations, if needed.

If you use the client-wide deployment option, the SPFx package should only be installed on the application catalog and it will work.

If the client scale deployment option is not enabled, you must install the SPFx package on the site before loading the extension for the field.

Reference:

  1. Tenant Scale Deployment Option – Deploying Client-Wide Solution for SharePoint Framework Solutions