Yearly Archives: 2013

Removing Left Navigation Bar in SharePoint 2013 Master Page

When using PerformancePoint 2010 and 2013, you are given the option to create a dashboard which stores reports and filters. Another option that you are given is the option of assigning the dashboard to use a specific master page. This

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Connecting an Excel Sheet to SharePoint

If you were lucky enough to attend the Microsoft SharePoint Heartland conference last month, then you were able to see the keynote speaker Dux Raymond Sy present. He was very entertaining and insightful regarding how a business uses SharePoint. During his

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BI Semantic Model?

With the release of SQL Server 2012, Microsoft offers a second new data model to their BI solutions. They are calling the overall OLAP solution the BI Semantic Model. It’s a framework to give companies more options for offering their

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CSS Sheet Limit in Internet Explorer?

The Issue I have recently come across an issue that is both annoying and hard to detect. Let me give you a little background, I was testing my visual web part in a SharePoint standard farm. Part of my visual

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Microsoft SSIS Package Configurations

My name is DJ Maley and I’m going to be contributing to this blog more from a Microsoft BI perspective and how to utilize their BI stack for your organization. Some of these posts will be dealing with the reporting

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How to Export Excel File Data to a SharePoint List

The other day I was working in an Excel file in which I created a few rows of data. I realized that I wanted to put the data into a SharePoint list without having to deal with copying and pasting

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Deploying PowerPivot and PowerView in SP2013

Search for Power Pivot Configuration Tool on the server under the start menu and open it. Click Configure the “Configure or Repair PowerPivot for SharePoint” Let the PowerPivot Configuration Tool run. Click validate in the bottom right to see if

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