Microsoft SharePoint periodically releases newer versions with advanced features. There is value-add in every release, making migrating to newer versions beneficial for customers. The migration process can be executed using a manual approach or with a tool. in case a tool is preferred, it is important to note that there are several tools available today that support SharePoint migration from… Continue reading Comparing SharePoint Migration Tools
Introduction SharePoint Sprawl explains a situation where an excessive number of unattended or rarely used SharePoint sites and content, farm. A perusal of such sites will have outdated information or unknown ownership. SharePoint sprawl happens when an organization implements content management in the enterprise without rethinking it’s usage or plan structure. Generally, a SharePoint site… Continue reading What is SharePoint Sprawl?
Content Query Webpart in SharePoint is a feature of Enterprise Content Management functionality. The Web Part helps to aggregate and display list items within a site collection. Content Query Web Part also has caching and query optimization capability for SPSiteDataQuery. The Content Query Web Part can display items such as any ‘list’ or ‘document library’… Continue reading Customizing Content Query Web Part and ItemStyle
What is REST API? REpresentational State Transfer Application Program Interface (REST API) is an architectural style which consists of a set of constraints applied to components, connectors and data elements within a system. REST-based systems typically communicate over HTTP, using verbs such as GET, POST, PUT and DELETE. SharePoint 2013 supports REST service which helps in executions… Continue reading Introduction to REST API with OData Operators in SharePoint 2013