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  • Blog - Mavention
    and 29th of May 2015 Aangemaakt op 30 4 2015 door Albert Jan Schot Confusing titles and PDF files in SharePoint Search Configuring the SharePoint Search to show Titles Search for documents easier and understand PDF file title limitations Aangemaakt op 21 4 2015 door Albert Jan Schot Presenting at Unity Connect Amsterdam 2015 Presenting twice at the Unity Connect Amsterdam on October 12 14 2015 Aangemaakt op 16 4

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog?k=PublishingContactNameOWSTEXT%3a%22Albert-Jan+Schot%22&start=26 (2016-02-18)
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  • Speaking at SharePoint Saturday Barcelona - Blog - Mavention
    the Office Graph for building solutions for your organization and customers We strive to ignite you with lots of idea s to implement the power of the Office Graph in your add ins As you might have noticed in the Office Store we build quite a few of those add ins and we will share our insights on how to build those add ins We will focus on querying the

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/speaking-sharepoint-saturday-barcelona (2016-02-18)
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  • Building Solutions with the Office Graph deck available - Blog - Mavention
    Graph While all of these sessions where similar in title the content differed Building Solutions with the Office Graph In a 45 minute session I did a quick recap of the options from Delve and the different apps that are available Besides that the highlights from a privacy point of view passed The main focus of the presentation was to deliver an introduction into building solutions A set of demo s based on the add ins build by Mavention where used to identify all the important decisions you need to make when building solutions with the Office Graph As it was a online seminar everything was recorded and checkout the video below for the complete presentation SPS Unity Session Building Solutions with the Office Graph by Albert Jan Schot from IT Unity It was a great event to be part of and really cool to see how so many cool speakers came together to do a online version It was the first session I ever recorded and am pretty happy with the result Being able to chat with the attendees while they are listening really adds something Truths about delve and Office Graph Just two weeks later I had the change to present the Truths about Delve and Office Graph The Office 365 truths are an event organized by Sparked It was a interesting setup with only 20 minutes to tell the truth about your topic In this session I focused a bit more on the privacy part of Delve and Office Graph and showed some screenshots of the apps that we build as an inspiration You can find the slides on SlideShare If you want to see the add ins live you can download them from the Office Store If you have any questions feel free to contact us

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/building-solutions-office-graph-deck (2016-02-18)
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  • Slides for the TechdaysNL 2015 available - Blog - Mavention
    common scenario s we see when building solutions Instead of just telling about the technical part we tried to deliver both a technical and functional view of what Office 365 will bring to the table We also touched the hybrid options that are available as well Building Solutions with the Office Graph A new format on the TechDays was the Intel Stage a set of short sessions focused on inspiring people with new technologies I had the change to do a quick introduction into Office Graph and Delve and provided samples of the add ins build at Mavention TechdaysNL During the techdays there also where a few round table sessions where a topic wa s highlighted for discussions I had the change to talk on two of those sessions on productivity with Office 365 and SharePoint We discussed the technical changes and opportunities the cloud provides as well as the adoption challenges we faced The sessions where recorded and will be shared soon It was really awesome to be provided with the opportunity to talk about both Office Graph as well as building solutions in general Jaap Mollema is a great colleague and we had a lot of fun preparing

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/slides-techdaysnl-2015 (2016-02-18)
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  • Disappearing Add-in Parts in Office 365 - Blog - Mavention
    it to the page again When investigating we found a workaround in uninstalling and re installing the add in While this would solve the issue such a solution is not really feasible As it turns out it was related to the recycle bin When uninstalling an Add in from SharePoint you end up with an entry in the recycle bin Once an add in is deleted and added to the recycle bin it will stay there for 93 days After those 93 days the item will be deleted When a user would clean up their recycle bin the items are moved to the second stage recycle bin If you delete an add in you can also end up with multiple entries that look the same You might have noticed when installing a new version of an add in the GUID of the app web might change Each add in instance will be unique so that s why you might have multiple entries When looking at the second stage recycle bin you will also see that it contains not only the add in but a separate node for the add in web as well And that is where it gets interesting As soon as an item is deleted from the second stage recycle bin it will also delete any add in parts that are configured on any pages in that site collection So back to our case we added some add ins to the webs deleted them and later added them again Just to find out that exactly 93 days later it turns out the add in parts where deleted from the pages So whenever you are configuring a tenant make sure that you delete the add ins from both the recycle bin and the second stage recycle bin before adding

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/disappearing-add-in-parts-office-365 (2016-02-18)
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  • Using a POST request for querying the Office Graph - Blog - Mavention
    that character limit So it would be a nice way to write Graph Queries as POST requests instead of a GET You can find an overview on how to write your first REST post on SharePoint Search REST API Overview It also contains a link to the QueryPropertyValueType enumeration that lists all options Member name Description None 0 StringType 1 Int32Type 2 BooleanType 3 StringArrayType 4 UnSupportedType 5 These different options are quite important when working with the different properties you need to set Lets take a simple Graph Query and translate that to a POST request Lets take the Graph Query that finds all items related to you and sorted by the last time they where modified https api search query Querytext Properties GraphQuery ACTOR ME GraphRankingModel features function EdgeTime SelectProperties Docid Title RankingModelId 0c77ded8 c3ef 466d 929d 905670ea1d72 ClientType GraphDemo Translating that to a post request you will end up a request that contains the QueryText Selected Properties and ClientType As you should strive to be a good developer it would be a best practiced to add the ClientType to your queries Besides that we add the Properties and provide the QueryPropertyValueTypeIndex based on the table above var postData JSON stringify request metadata type Microsoft Office Server Search REST SearchRequest Querytext SelectProperties results DocId Title ClientType GraphDemo BypassResultTypes true RowLimit 5 StartRow 0 RankingModelId 0c77ded8 c3ef 466d 929d 905670ea1d72 Properties results Name GraphQuery Value StrVal ACTOR ME QueryPropertyValueTypeIndex 1 Name GraphRankingModel Value StrVal features function EdgeTime QueryPropertyValueTypeIndex 1 By using the above snipped you would have a post request that is not bound by the character limit This allows you to write more complex queries Especially if you are trying to combine queries and get trending content from a specific location or specific type You could easily replace

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/post-request-querying-office-graph (2016-02-18)
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  • Blog - Mavention
    includes in CSOM to retrieve all labels for all terms in a single execution Aangemaakt op 29 7 2015 door Albert Jan Schot Working with Office Add Ins and External Users Working with Office Add Ins when working with External Users can be a bit confusing Aangemaakt op 27 7 2015 door Albert Jan Schot speaking at spsoslo2015 Speaking at the 3th SharePoint Saturday Oslo the SPSOslo2015 Aangemaakt op 17

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog?k=PublishingContactNameOWSTEXT%3a%22Albert-Jan+Schot%22&start=10 (2016-02-18)
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  • Blog - Mavention
    with the App Model Aangemaakt op 20 1 2015 door Albert Jan Schot Confusing Access Denied and managing Navigation Office 365 Encountering an Access Denied while managing Navigation settings in Office 365 Aangemaakt op 20 1 2015 door Albert Jan Schot Slidedeck for Search Intents with Apps from SPCon14 available SPCon14 presentation for Search Intents with Apps available for download Aangemaakt op 19 11 2014 door Albert Jan Schot Inconvenient

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog?k=PublishingContactNameOWSTEXT%3a%22Albert-Jan+Schot%22&start=31 (2016-02-18)
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