You can use the following formulas in SharePoint site columns. You can place any of the following formulas into a calculated site column. AcknowledgeDate1 = End date Created = Start date
When playing with Business Connectivity Services (BCS) in SharePoint 2013, I found the following issues that other folks who are further ahead on this road than I am have documented: In SharePoint 2013, you can use BCS to perform basic CRUD operations.
Comparison of different versions of SharePoint 2013 https://blog.blksthl.com/2013/01/14/sharepoint-2013-feature-comparison-chart-all-editions/
1. When compiling the project, if you run into a conflict with features during deployment in Visual Studio while developing the Web template, consider moving different elements, such as lists, site columns, and so forth to different features. Don’t try to put all the elements of the Web template solution in one feature. 2. In […]
Use these references to move a .wsp file for a site to a different site collection. This process can take a few hours and requires Visual Studio.
Great article http://www.sharepointdiary.com/2011/01/sharepoint-solutions-best-practices.html
External assemblies Should be packaged in own .wsp in some situations. Package Designer > Advanced Tab
The following items can help your Nintex workflows run more reliably and efficiently: 1. Disable Nintex history logging in the workflow settings 2. Create one Nintex database per Web application in SharePoint 3. Run the Nintex purge workflow script every six months or more often, depending on your farm https://community.nintex.com/docs/DOC-1218 4. Use workflow constants. Best […]