If you are still using the PnP-Sites-Core library (consider migrating to the new version: PnP Framework!) and using access tokens to connect to SharePoint, there may be scenarios where you will get the error message: IDX12729: Unable to decode the header ‘[PII]’ is hidden’ as Base64Url encoded string.Continue reading “IDX12729: Unable to decode the header ‘[PII]’ is hidden’”
This blog post covers an easy way to add the request body of a SharePoint event receiver into an Azure storage queue. Custom event receivers can’t be configured to add messages directly into an Azure storage queue. We will use an Azure Logic App to modify the information before it can be added to the queue.Continue reading “SharePoint event receiver to Azure storage queue”
Need to merge PDF files stored in SharePoint? Look no further!
In this article, I will show you how to create an Azure Function to merge PDF files stored in SharePoint. The Function will be a generic service, which receives a list of file paths to merge. This means that you can trigger a request from SPFx, Power Automate, Logic Apps… Or anything else really. we are going to use the PFDsharp library, so our code will be super simple!
SharePoint Framework is the new King of enterprise solutions. Since version 1.4.1, it allows you to easily connect to APIs secured with Azure Active Directory.
As a SharePoint developer, you will likely have to create Azure Web Apps or Functions to be consumed by your SharePoint Framework application. So why not use an ARM template for common scenarios?
The following ARM template will, hopefully, come in handy and save you some time.
The Evolve conference in Birmingham, UK, is less than a month away!
The conference location is superb for anyone in or outside of the UK. It will be next to Birmingham airport and the NEC, so you can come by plane, train or car.Continue reading “Evolve conference – Birmingham, UK”