Security

The content pages “Permission levels”, “Item-level permissions” and “Data containers” are related to this subject. Below, I describe my default to-go security setup. Accounts and Entra ID security groups can …

Creating lists and columns

There are situations when the internal name of a list or column is used. For example when using “Filter Query” in a SharePoint action (Power Automate). Having internal names without …

Item-level permissions

There are 2 explanations related to item-level permissions: The related SharePoint list setting This list setting is used to configure the actual read and create/edit rights on records in the …

Versioning

SharePoint supports versioning on records (lists) and files (document library). This is useful for functional/technical application management if they need to investigate who made which change when and as input …

Connector

The SharePoint connector is a much used connector and its having many triggers and actions. There are several must knows before using this connector and therefore reading the content page …

Image column

Lists and document libraries support a property (column) of type: Image As the name implies, an image can be stored in columns of that type. There can be multiple columns …

Search

SharePoint provides powerful search functionalities but do you want your business solution data to be found this way? I consider SharePoint to be a data store and do not want …

Patch

Records (Lists) and files (Document libraries) have properties (columns) and each property has a type. The function “Patch” can be used to change (Add, Edit, Remove) property values. The syntax …

Permission levels

What you can do with an object in SharePoint is determined by the rights you have on that object. There are 33 different permission possible. A permission level is a …