When users access SharePoint 2013 site using IE 11, they often are haunted by the following errors:
SharePoint 2013 calendar SCRIPT5009 and SEC7111 errors
- SCRIPT5009: ‘HighlightText’ is undefined
- SEC7111: HTTP security is compromised by (null)
In addition, you may also see that the “Edit Page” doesn’t render the page in Edit mode, etc.,
However if you try the same URL in chrome it works fine, which is an irony that the opposite would have been understandable!!!
The issue is due to SharePoint 2013’s incompatibility with IE 11, which can be fixed by performing the following:
GoTo IE 11->Tools->Compatibility View Settings -> “Add your site host name”
The above hack would ensure that the site when rendered uses the IE 10 mode (i.e., run in compatibility mode).
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If for some reason you had to change the Service account password (in AD) used by SharePoint 2013 internally to execute the services, application pool etc., then you need to run the following to make sure that SharePoint is updated properly on the new password changes, otherwise you may get the below errors :
The password for the account domainName\AccountName, as currently stored in SharePoint, is not the same as the current password for the account within Active Directory
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This blog provides step-by-step instructions to develop a basic “hello world” SharePoint app. If you are new to the SharePoint app world, then please read my previous blog to get an intro to the “App Architecture” and its benefits before proceeding further. For those who has an understanding on the SharePoint App model, please read further :
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What is an App?
An app in SharePoint is a solution that connects to a SharePoint server/installation via client-side API’s (JSOM), CSOM or REST. It can either be embedded into a SharePoint page or can be deployed as a seperate application that leverages OAUTH 2.0 protocol to authenticate and access SharePoint functionality. They are managed through the “App Management Service” to manage, secure and license apps. Since the interaction between the App and SharePoint is controlled through OData-compliant REST interface, remote .Net client API’s and OAuth security protocols, an app can be developed in any language with any development tool. Apps can be developed either through Visual Studio 2012 or by using web-based development environment called Napa Office 365 Development Tools available free of charge. Apps can be purchased from SharePoint store (a public app marketplace) where users can find free and premium apps that can be installed onto individual sites (or managed through the App catalog).
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