Category Archives for "SharePoint Client Object Model"

25+ SharePoint .Net Client Object Model Examples (CSOM)

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In this SharePoint tutorial, we will discuss SharePoint client object model, what are various SharePoint client object model techniques available. How can we work with the client object model in SharePoint Online/2013/2016? We will also see more than 25+ examples in the SharePoint client object model. Here, we will focus purely on SharePoint .Net client […]

[Solved] Cannot set Column ‘ID’ to be null. Please use DBNull instead in SharePoint Online

.net cannot set column to be null. please use dbnull instead

In this SharePoint csom example, I will explain how to solve error “Cannot set Column ‘ID’ to be null. Please use DBNull instead” which comes while working with client side object model (csom C#.Net) in SharePoint Online Office 365. I have written some code to retrieve all the SharePoint list template and bind SharePoint list template to […]

Create SharePoint Workflow History list using csom programmatically

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This SharePoint tutorial explains, how to create a workflow history list using csom programmatically in SharePoint Online. Basically, we will use here .Net managed object model (C#.Net) code in SharePoint Online. This particular example, I have created a console application using visual studio 2017 and connecting to a SharePoint Online site. Create workflow history list […]

[Solved] Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.IdcrlException: The sign-in name or password does not match one in the Microsoft account system error in SharePoint Online

the sign-in name or password does not match one in the microsoft account

This SharePoint Online tutorial explains how to solve error “the sign-in name or password does not match one in the Microsoft account system” which comes while working with csom in SharePoint Online. Recently I was trying to bind list templates to a dropdown list using client-side object model (csom) in SharePoint Online using visual studio […]

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