#Office 365 #Microsoft Graph #K2 #SmartObject #Swagger #OfficeDev #Planner

Connecting K2 Five to Microsoft Graph

Update (07 Oct 2019) I discovered two configuration issues with the guidance in this post which I have now corrected. The V1 EndPoints must be used rather than V2 Include https://graph.microsoft.com in the resource parameters Without these adjustments, K2 does not store a refresh token and it will expire daily. For those organisations that use K2 Five and Office 365, the ability to use Microsoft Graph APIs in your forms and workflows is compelling. ...

#SharePoint 2010 #Archive

Tools described in my Tech Ed session for troubleshooting Kerberos issues

During my Tech Ed Australia session (#auteched #DAT417) DAT417 | Solving the problems of SharePoint and SSRS Integration, I demonstrated a number of tools which can be used to troubleshoot reporting services, particularly Kerberos issues. This is the list of those tools. Tool Description Powershell and PowerGUI (http://powergui.org) Powershell is your friend. If you are using SharePoint 2010, you should start getting used to using PowerShell. I am still getting to grips with it myself, but it is incredibly powerful. ...

#SPFx #Formik #Office 365 #Office UI Fabric React #OfficeDev #React #SharePoint #Form

Formik form in an SPFx web part

I set a goal to do two things in the past two weeks. The first was to get to grips with React Hooks which was the topic of my previous post. The second was to build a custom form in an SPFx web part with React. Co-incidentally, Chris O’Brien published a post last week about ‘tips for building a custom SPFx form’. I want to provide a working example of a custom form in a web part. ...