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First experiences with SharePoint 2013 item templates

Microsoft has done a great job with pushing their search technology a step further into the central arena of creating SharePoint applications:Using the content by search webpart one can now show result sets across site collections whereas the content by query webpart was limited to the scope of only one site collection; Using display templates in order to create customized visual representations – just by editing html templates right from your favorite html design tool.Some caveats though that I would like to express, hoping to influence Microsoft product development:Web Part configuration – the configuration of all the various content search webparts across your solution can become quite cumbersome, i.e. 1) Browse to the page, 2) Toggle Edit mode, 3) Edit the webpart, 4) Edit all the various settings of the content by search webpart, 5) Save the webpart settings, 6) Save the page. I am looking forward to a tool that will make my live easier; Where is the js bundle? These display te…

Troubleshooting restoring a site collection

The following applies to SharePoint 2013 RTM and potentially to SharePoint 2010, but was not tested. Ever tried to backup and restore a site collection with PowerShell using a least privilege SPRestore account approach and bumped into some fatal errors? As a starter you should have followed the instructions that are documented on TechNet: Restore site collections in SharePoint 2013
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee748655.aspxApparently this documention is not completely sufficient, as you bumped in some fatal errors and are seeking for help. In this blog I would like to discuss two error messages and show you how to address them. Error 1: access deniedIn PowerShell: 02/26/2013 15:38:27.95 PowerShell.exe (0x2B28) 0x2B78 SharePoint Foundation General ai1wu Medium System.UnauthorizedAccessException: Access is denied. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070005 (E_ACCESSDENIED)), StackTrace: at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSite.Restore(String filename, Boolean isADMode, Boolean& readOnly…