Okay – yet another weird issue, and a hacky workaround. I was developing an app that was calling a SharePoint site through Graph API, using jQuery $.ajax call (developed in TypeScript), and ran into surprising 401 errors. I did find a workaround, but am also working on an actual fix. Description To get SharePoint site ID, which is needed when accessing SharePoint lists, the calls seemed to fail for my test accounts. Everything was working fine for my developer account, which was a global admin,…Continue reading Call to sites Graph API requires “owner” permissions for site collection regardless of app permissions
Are you getting an error like “The SPListItem being updated was not retrieved with all taxonomy fields” when you try adding or modifying values in a TaxonomyField of a list item in SharePoint, either using the GUI, or with PowerShell or even programmatically? Then read ahead, I’ve got a quick and dirty solution! Reason After quick googling and some frustration, I figured the probable reason for the issue. SharePoint went and broke the link between the internal Note-field and the actual TaxonomyField you’re supposed to…Continue reading How to fix “The SPListItem being updated was not retrieved with all taxonomy fields” error
Localization and multilingual environments in SharePoint are an endless source of interesting issues and blog post topics. In one case, we had a tenant created originally in English, and a site collection created in Finnish. In this particular case, SharePoint somehow messed up the language settings, and ended up requiring the use of localized managed property names on the search center of that site collection. Nowhere else, though. That ended up being unexpected, unituitive and unusable for the end-users. Description of the issue Typically, when…Continue reading Alternative Languages in SharePoint forcing the (cumbersome) use of localized Managed Properties
This article describes an interesting feature of Multilingual User Interface in Classic SharePoint. So, in short, I encountered another, very interesting feature of Classic SharePoint Publishing sites, where multiple display languages were in use. When changing the web part title on a web part on a Classic SharePoint page, it seems like SharePoint saves the changes for you. In reality, only some users see the changes. So, in short: Some other users, on some devices, see the old title, whereas some see the new one.…Continue reading How to resolve Webpart title changes not reflected to some users?