SharePoint 2019 On Prem – Modern experience – Conditional Formatting not working

All Excel-style expressions begin with an equal (=) are only available in SharePoint Online (not in SharePoint 2019).

In SharePoint 2019, you have to use the Abstract Syntax Tree (AST) expressions.

So try using below JSON:

{
  "$schema": "https://developer.microsoft.com/json-schemas/sp/v1/column-formatting.schema.json",
  "elmType": "div",
  "txtContent": "@currentField",
  "attributes": {
    "class": {
      "operator": "?",
      "operands": (
        {
          "operator": "<=",
          "operands": (
            "@currentField",
            0
          )
        },
        "sp-field-severity--good",
        "sp-field-severity--warning"
      )
    }
  }
}

You can change the inner operator (<=) as per your requirements/conditions.
For Example: To set the class attribute if number column value is equal to 0, use:

"class": {
  "operator": "?",
  "operands": (
    {
      "operator": "==",
      "operands": (
        "@currentField",
        0
      )
    },
    "sp-field-severity--good",
    "sp-field-severity--warning"
  )
}

Output:

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external data refresh failed on Sharepoint 2019 and office online server

I have a sharepoint 2019 server on premise that i’m trying to refresh reports connected to SSAS, for this i have installed office online server and followed the unclear guide from microsoft docs, but it seems that nothing works.

-Both servers reach each other

-I have configure server to server authentication

-I have run a couple scripts on OOS to configure additionals features for BI purposes.

We are trying to moved out from Sharepoint 2013, where everything works just fine, but this issue with the sharepoint 2019 is just a complete headache.

I would appreciate any help on this.

thanks guys,

broadcom – How do I install wireless adapter for ubuntu 21.04 on Macbook pro 2019

I’m new to these forums and am a super noob to linux/ubuntu (I’m not sure how to do most things yet) and I’m having trouble finding help for this problem I’m having.

In the settings it’s showing “No Wireless adapter found”. I’m dual booting from my Macbook pro 2019 13.3 in with touch bar.

I’ve searched for previous solutions to this problem but none seem to work in my case. I ran sudo apt-get install --reinstall bcmwl-kernel-source and rebooted but it didn’t work. (I’m currently on ethernet direct connection but would like to move to wireless)

When running lspci -nn -d 14e4: I get:

01:00.0 Network controller (0280): Broadcom Inc. and subsidiaries BCM4377b Wireless Network Adapter (14e4:4488) (rev 04)

How exactly do I go about installing the proper drivers for my wireless network adapter?

I’d be happy to provide more information or run any commands if need be.

licensing – Where can I find official Windows Server 2019 Standard Edition and SQL Server 2019 Web Edition ISO files that can be licensed through server providers

I am working with Servermania. They have bulk license option.

Windows Server 2019 Standard edition is monthly 20$ and

SQL Server 2019 Web edition is monthly 20$

However I don’t want to use the ISO files they provide. I want to download from official MSDN / Microsoft Source and install myself

So where can I find ISO files suitable for such licensing?

Also how does bulk license procedure works after the installation?

They provide a key or something?

Yes I am talking with their support but I can’t say I am learning much from there

scdpm – DPM 2019: Consumed storage of protection group does not shrink after deletion of recovery points

I had a protection group with a retention range of 20 days. I already had 20 recovery points available. I decided to reduce the retention range to 14 days. Over night, the amount of recovery points was reduced to 14. Surprisingly, the amount of consumed storage for this protection group did not decrease at all!

With less recovery points, I expect the storage consumption to decrease. Am I wrong? How can I successfully shrink the consumed storage after removal of recovery points?

database – How to best setup SQL 2019 with 6 drives?

SQL 2019; Dell R710 2×2.93 GHz x5670; 144 GB RAM; 6 – 2 TB drives

Derived from a previous question (posted here 10 years ago), I figure 3 x RAID 1 is the best way to go. Please correct me if I am wrong or if you think there is a better way. Assume that there are no more available drives to be had…Pulling data mostly from Medical EHR/Practice Management (scheduling) software.

What elements of SQL should go where? From my limited understanding, I think, with the amount of RAM I have, I can install OS on 1st RAID 1 volume and, given that the I/O should be minimal with that much RAM, I could put TempDB/Backup on that volume as well.

Leaving 2nd RAID 1 volume for Data and 3rd RAID 1 volume for Logs. Thoughts/suggestions?

Just fmi, how much room do Logs and TempDB occupy (as a general rule as compared to the DB)?

display – External screen is black – no signal – macbook pro 16 2019

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