SharePoint Error 0x800700DF: The file size exceeds the limit allowed and cannot be saved

SharePoint has nice feature, that allows you to open document libraries in classic Windows File Explorer. This lets you upload, move, copy files or folders in document libraries from File Explorer. But when you try to copy folder, that has files greater than 50MB, an error occurs: Error 0x800700DF: The file size exceeds the limit … Read moreSharePoint Error 0x800700DF: The file size exceeds the limit allowed and cannot be saved

Ambient Light with AmbiBox + Arduino + Bluetooth HC-05 + WS2812b

Introduction From the first time I saw ambient light on tv, I always wanted to do something like this. Luckily, components required to do your own ambient light are not expensive, and it requires a bit of IT thinking and problem solving. In this tutorial, I will try to describe you the whole process of … Read moreAmbient Light with AmbiBox + Arduino + Bluetooth HC-05 + WS2812b

Visual Studio Service Reference is not generating DateTime Specified fields

I have added a Service Reference to my local SOAP wsdl file in Visual Studio. The datetime properties in service wsdl were marked with minOccurs=”0″ like this: But in generated Reference.cs class was no field like validToSpecified or validFromSpecified. In Reference.svcmap you need to specify this two attributes (Note: in most cases the Serializer will … Read moreVisual Studio Service Reference is not generating DateTime Specified fields

SharePoint SPWeb object Bad Language

If you are running your C# code in different thread (e.g.: async EventReceivers or TimerJob), sometimes you may notice, that your SPWeb object is initialized in different language. You can use SPUtility.SetThreadCulture method to set CurrentThread.CurrentUICulture and CurrentThread.CurrentCulture. MarekCurrently working as SharePoint Developer combining both back-end & front-end development scenarios. Also enthusiastic about Office 365 … Read moreSharePoint SPWeb object Bad Language

SharePoint Foundation 2013 Developer Dashboard – MicrosoftAjax.js

Recently, I have set up Developer DashBoard in SharePoint Foundation 2013 via powershell like always. The strange problem was, when I opened the dashboard, there was only blank page staring at me. First resolution that I found was to enable and provision SharePoint “Usage and Health Data Collection Service Application”, but this was a dead-end. … Read moreSharePoint Foundation 2013 Developer Dashboard – MicrosoftAjax.js

SharePoint Create New Folder Programatically – 0x8007007b Exception

When you are creating New Folder in SharePoint list through UI, SharePoint automatically trims white-space from folder names. But, if you attempt to create New Folder programatically, an Exception can occur: This error means: The file name, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect. You can simply trim white-space from folder name and the … Read moreSharePoint Create New Folder Programatically – 0x8007007b Exception

Move existing SPListItem to new location

Almost every SharePoint developer knows popular SPFile.MoveTo method. But, in certain cases, you have only SPListItem, and you need to move it to new destination. One of the possible solutions is to make a fake SPFile from this SPListItem, and move the fake SPFile. Another solution could be to create new SPListItem in desired location, copy metadata and remove … Read moreMove existing SPListItem to new location

SharePoint REST GetItems with Anonymous Access – ApiBlockedException

When you have your SharePoint application enabled with Anonymous access, often can occur the exception: This is, because some Rest methods can be disabled on web application scope. You can run this commands, to show list, which methods are not approved: Line MethodNames indicates, that GetItems and GetChanges are forbidden on SPList object. You can … Read moreSharePoint REST GetItems with Anonymous Access – ApiBlockedException