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Update multi valued properties in SharePoint User Profile withSharePoint Object Model (SSOM)

I have a wrote post on updating SharePoint user profile with SharePoint Server Object model (SSOM) which is as below and this sample of code ellaborates on how you can update user profile properties of multi-valued. Update below link with the latest  https://kushanlahiru.wordpress.com/2017/02/11/update-all-user-profile-properties-in-sharepoint-server-side-object-model-ssom Update multi valued property <pre class= "brush: csharp" > //Higher permissions requires anyway to access secure data! So elevate SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges(delegate() { SPServiceContext serviceContext = SPServiceContext.GetContext(site); UserProfileManager userProfileMgr = new UserProfileManager(serviceContext); ProfilePropertyManager profilePropMgr = new UserProfileConfigManager(serviceContext).ProfilePropertyManager; // Retrieve all properties for the "UserProfile" profile subtype, // and retrieve the property values for a specific user to udpate ProfileSubt

Update all user profile properties in SharePoint Server side ObjectModel SSOM

using Microsoft.Office.Server.UserProfiles; using Microsoft.SharePoint; using System; using System.Data; namespace SSOM_UserProfileUpdate { class Program { // Central Admin URL static string siteUrl = "http://win2012:1412/"; static void Main(string[] args) { SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges(delegate() { using (SPSite site = new SPSite(siteUrl)) { try { SPServiceContext serviceContext = SPServiceContext.GetContext(site); UserProfileManager userProfileMgr = new UserProfileManager(serviceContext); ProfilePropertyManager profilePropMgr = new UserProfileConfigManager(serviceContext).ProfilePropertyManager; Console.WriteLine("Start Working on update user profile poperties . . . "); Console.WriteLine(""); #region Build profiles to update to Datatable // This could be implemented with a CSV reading, reading Excel or any method you prefer // Since Account name is act like primary key, it should the query key for the updates DataT

SharePoint Framework (SPFx) Essentials

Yep this is in RC (Release Candidate) Full Guide on SPFx Microsoft SharePoint team will be discontinue the updates on msdn.com  (i.e. Microsoft Developer Network) and will be move to office.com and  techcommunity.microsoft.com for forums. https://dev.office.com/sharepoint SPFx Reference https://dev.office.com/sharepoint/reference/spfx/sp-webpart-base-module SPFx Samples https://dev.office.com/patterns-and-practices-resources#?filters=sharepoint%20framework%20app

IoT Sample with NodeRed functions and HTTP request handlers

Scenario : "/time" GET request returns server time in JSON format(Format: {"time" : "hh:mm"}).   "/random" GET request returns generated random number in JSON format(Format: {"random" : number}).   "/page" GET request returns last request date & time, generated last number in HTML format. Output values as below; when the last time was requested when the last random number was requested the value of the last random number generated Twist: Work with HTTP requests and responses Generate random numbers and work with those Switch responses based on logic Mustache view templating   Code as below:   [{"id":"ad8758cf.4b2dc8","type":"tab","label":"Flow 1"},{"id":"2b2cf6bf.d6f44a","type":"template","z":"ad8758cf.4b2dc8","name":"ContainsHistory","field":"payload","fieldTy

NodeRED flow to generate a random number and logic based on that

Scenario NodeRED flow to generate a random number between 0 and 10 Number generation start without user interaction and generated every 10 seconds Generate condition for log to debug based on generated value Message should be "Number <the generated random number> is a <Number status> number" Logic : if number is less than 5 then <the generated random number> = "low" else it should be "high"   Sample code [{"id":"ad8758cf.4b2dc8","type":"tab","label":"Flow 1"},{"id":"9cde778f.2b6da8","type":"inject","z":"ad8758cf.4b2dc8","name":"Inject","topic":"Random","payload":"","payloadType":"str","repeat":"5","crontab":"","once&quo

Communicate with cloud services from IoT device

Scenario: Send sensor temperature to cloud through a gateway If measured temperature is higher than 29ÂșC then switch warning light that is maroon lights switch on LED If less than that, switch green LEDs If no commands received from the cloud switch black LEDs Show sensor temperature with silver color; Number of tens in tens area i.e. if its 10 => 1 LED, if its 25 => 2 LEDs First digit of the reading in units area i.e. 25 => 5 LEDs, 31 => 1 LED Notes: SenseHat has been used a sensor for temperature RaspberryPI has been used as the gateway for the sensor Bluemix is used for the back end cloud Application architecture Solution: Gateway workflow Solution: Cloud flow Node red export Communicate with cloud services from IoT device-Gateway flow Note: Copy below code in to import section in the NodeRed [{"id":"f0c435a1.0388b8","type":"exec&

Installation of Bot Framework (Preview) SDK to Visual Studio as a Template

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