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  • accessing-referenced-file-masterpage.master-is-not-allowed-because-the-reference-is-outside-of-the-app-web - Blog - Mavention
    27798620f05bf1 appdomain com catalogs masterpage seattle master from https app 27798620f05bf1 appdomain com publication Pages Default aspx SPHostUrl https spserver sites publication SPLanguage en US SPClientTag 14 SPProductNumber 15 0 4420 1017 SPAppWebUrl https app 27798620f05bf1 appdomain com sites publication is not allowed because the reference is outside of the App Web Steps to re produce Create a new site collection Install any app from the app store Check the app and confirm its working Change the system masterpage i e the default oslo and check Reset all subsites to inherit this system masterpage setting Try the app and see the expected error message Explanation what happend Once you deploy a App to the host web you cannot change the master page of the AppWeb As you can see in the Error the masterpage is now linked to the host web masterpage instead of the App masterpage on its own App Web This issue can occur when you Change the system masterpage and reset all subsites to inherit this system masterpage Or a stapled event handler that changes the masterpages To fix the issue you need to reset the masterpages to a masterpage located in their own AppWeb Unfortunately this cannot be done by using the interface On Premises you can use this quick PowerShell script or for Office365 you can use the CSOM approach Fixing with PowerShell prefix spapp allappurls Get SPSite Get SPWeb Limit All where url like http prefix foreach app in allappurls name app name app CustomMasterUrl name catalogs masterpage app master app MasterUrl name catalogs masterpage app master app Update Fixing with CSOM add type Path Microsoft SharePoint Client dll siteurl https mavention 27798620f05bf1 sharepoint com publication username admin mavention onmicrosoft com password Read Host Prompt Enter Password AsSecureString try context New Object Microsoft SharePoint

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/accessing-referenced-file-masterpage-master-allowed-reference-app-web (2016-02-18)
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  • Error occurred in deployment step 'Uninstall App for SharePoint' Value cannot be null. Parameter name value - Blog - Mavention
    you will see your app installed you need to remove the app by clicking on the ECB of the App and click the option Remove After this you will get an error just click retry The app is now being installed After the installation try to remove the app again This now should remove the app After this you can deploy your app again by using Visual Studio SharePoint App

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/error-occurred-in-deployment-step-uninstall-app-for-sharepoint-value-cannot-be-null-parameter-name-value (2016-02-18)
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  • Error occurred in deployment step 'Install App for SharePoint' There were errors when validating the App Package - Blog - Mavention
    like Error occurred in deployment step Install App for SharePoint There were errors when validating the App Package If you get this generic error this could be de following Check is the app image has the exact dimensions of 96 x 96 pixels I keep this post updated for more App package validation errors SharePoint App accessing data from host web By using an example to show how to access

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/error-occurred-in-deployment-step-install-app-for-sharepoint-there-were-errors-when-validating-the-app-package (2016-02-18)
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  • Blog - Mavention
    or change the masterpage of the site and all its subsite Aangemaakt op 27 10 2015 door Ralph Noordanus SharePoint App accessing data from host web By using an example to show how to access the SharePoint host from a SharePoint App This example will print all the names of the lists on the host web Aangemaakt op 30 9 2012 door Ralph Noordanus Error occurred in deployment step Uninstall

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog?k=PublishingContactNameOWSTEXT%3a%22Ralph+Noordanus%22&start=5 (2016-02-18)
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  • Stay in the know of the relevant content in sites you follow - Blog - Mavention
    list of bookmarks that you can use to quickly access your sites Luckily we still have access to the API that we can use to turn the ability to follow sites into something useful Particularly when combined with the recently released Office Graph it offers invaluable insights in what the particular group of people is working on at the moment Stay in the know of the relevant content in sites you follow Mavention Trending in My Sites is an App for SharePoint that shows you what content is trending in sites you follow After starting the app you will see on the left hand side the list of sites you follow After selecting a site all trending documents will be shown as the familiar Delve cards At a glance you will see what the members of that particular site are working on currently Not only it will allow you to stay in the know of the work that s being done but you will also be able to proactively help your colleagues and make a better use of existing knowledge Below the list of the sites you follow Mavention Trending in My Sites also shows you the list of sites recommended to you to follow By selecting each of them you can see whether the members of that site are currently working on something that might be relevant to you and if it would be useful for you to follow that site as well How it works Mavention Trending in My Sites combines the information about the sites you follow and information stored in the Office Graph to show you trending content in the particular site By getting the list of members of the selected site it queries the Office Graph for content stored in that site trending around its

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/relevant-content-sites-follow (2016-02-18)
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  • SharePoint Apps and Modal Dialogs - Blog - Mavention
    using the responding properties on the Custom Action CustomAction Id c8ed2e62 b6dd 431c 8587 c7d38e130d56 SelectTemplate RegistrationType List RegistrationId 101 Location CommandUI Ribbon Sequence 10001 HostWebDialog true HostWebDialogHeight 500 HostWebDialogWidth 800 Title App Sample When selecting images for the button you can also specify an image map and position of the image By using the out of the available image map you can use existing images and do not have to worry about the image size Button Id Ribbon Documents New AppSamplesClick Alt Sample Click Sequence 100 Command Invoke AppSampleClick LabelText Sample Click TemplateAlias o1 Image32by32 layouts 15 Resources core Language images formatmap32x32 png Image32by32Top 171 Image32by32Left 443 Image16by16 layouts 15 Resources core Language images formatmap16x16 png Image16by16Left 145 Image16by16Top 74 And finally you will need to have your handler in place that opens the actual page that contains the logic You can work with the URL parameters here CommandUIHandler Command Invoke AppSampleClick CommandAction remoteAppUrl Pages AppSample aspx StandardTokens amp Source Source amp ListId ListId As you could read in the you can use a function to close the dialog However we also had the requirement to redirect to a different page once the user finishes his actions For example there is logic in place that moves a document to a different location and if it is successful the user has to be redirect to that location In that case you can use the postMessage functionality as well but with a post message that contains a NavigateParent rather than a CloseCustomAction By redirecting the parent and providing the URL the browser will know that it has to redirect to another page and thus the dialog will be closed mavention AppSamples closeParentDialog function refresh var target parent postMessage parent parent document postMessage parent document undefined if refresh target postMessage CloseCustomActionDialogRefresh else

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/sharepoint-apps-modal-dialogs (2016-02-18)
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  • Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls and Context - Blog - Mavention
    web you will get errors because it s using the wrong context This can be fixed by using SPControl SetContextWeb but be awar that this will change the entire conext of the page It will show your page but the menu and site actions think you are on the web of the listitem There s no prefect solution for fixing this but one approach is to create an applicationpage and

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/microsoft-sharepoint-webcontrols-and-context (2016-02-18)
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  • Office 2010 Technical Preview - Blog - Mavention
    Program I started backing up my data right away and installed Windows 7 RTM major improvement over Vista and the Office 2010 Suite The first thing I noticed was that all applications now use the ribbon which results in a better user experience The TP is actually very stable The Office 2010 Server bits are great unfortunately that s all we are allowed tell at the moment All i can

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/office-2010-technical-preview (2016-02-18)
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