Does changing regional timezone settings alter the “Modified” and “Created” fields on every list to fit that new timezone?

I realized that I was entering data into Sharepoint when the timezone settings was PST rather than EST. I changed it, but now it’s taking a while for the automatic datetime fields (“Modified” and “Created”) to reflect that change in the lists. I really do not want to have to reenter all my data so that they reflect the new standard.

I’m not just asking about new entries, but also entries that have already been made.

When should an order be created in a webshop [on hold]

Let’s say I want to make a webshop, which sells custom mugs (for the sake of simplicity). In the shop, you go through 3 steps:

  1. Select cup size
  2. Select color
  3. Add a logo

And then finally it is added to a basket, which then leads to a check out procedure. That means that there, at some point, will be a class Order, which contains Order Lines. The Order also contains a Customer whom should reviece his/her mug.

My question is this: Is there some sort of standard for how to solve this (like a “design pattern”)? Should it be at the very beginning of creating the first mug? Or should I store all the mugs (which are also classes) somewhere else, until checkout and then move them to the order? This isn’t just about finding “any” solution. But rather, if a solution to the problem already exists (I cannot be the first one to have this issue).

Edit: Just to make it more confusing. There is also a scenario, where you can create 3 different mugs, compare them, and then only select the one you like better. How does this affect my issue?

Edit 2:

If I were to ask the question again, I would ask something like: “How to use customizable objects in a shopping cart/order”. And the answer to myself would be to ‘complete’ the object first, then add it to a cart and don’t even start thinking about orders, until the shopping is complete. Sorry for the confusion.

In SharePoint 2019 under site content types – can i edit a group i created?

I created a content type called Contractors, the parent is ITEM and i created a custom group called Cre-hub.

I want to delete the Content Type called Contractors that i saved under the Cre8 Hub Group. When i go to do that i get the following error message:

The column that is the ITEM field which came with the list is the only item in the column / site content type. I want to delete this content type and it is not letting me. I renamed the item to Employee Last Name.

So i went back into content types and noticed

Under site settings: Content types i noticed that the following was created by the system and it is using Cre8 Hub as the source:

Display Template Content Types JavaScript Display Template

I am unable to delete this one as well.The error i get is the following:

The content type “JavaScript Display Template” is part of an application feature.

Any ideas on what could be going on here and how i can fix it?

‘Content Type and List Modification’ Audit not showing who created a field

I wish to find out who created a particular column in a SharePoint Online document library, and auditing is enabled. When looking at a ‘content type and list modification’ report of the affected library, I can see a wealth of details on when something was changed – including who and when.

The only thing I can’t seem to determine is what occurred during each event in the audit report – that is, I cannot find who created a particular field. When looking at the Event Data column in the audit report, every row appears exactly the same, except for the Office Online version number at the start of the value (e.g. “”).

What am I missing here? Am I reading this report right?

Thanks in advance for any insights.

Created POST route, but resulting in RoutingError (No Route matches POST)

I am setting up a new route “/api/v1/example_two” that I can POST to (create), however it is resulting in No route matches [POST] RoutingError

I have tried explicitly stating post, try to create the route through resources


Rails.application.routes.draw do    resources :roles, only: [:index], defaults: { format: :xml }    defaults format: :json do     scope :v1 do       resources :example_one, only: [:create, :show], param: :uuid       resources :example_two, only: [:create], param: :uuid     end   end end  

and I have a controller: app/controllers/example_two.rb

class example_two < ApplicationController   def create     ...   end end 

I expect it to return whatever is in example_two#create, however it is resulting in ActionController::RoutingError (No route matches [POST] \"/api/v1/example_two\"

How to automate the mounting of a Samba shared directory ith each reboot (fstab already created)

I have two Linux/Ubuntu boxes.

  • Box A ( works as a file server, with Samba installed. It’s always switched on.
  • Box B: workstation with my office tools, which I reboot each time I need to work with it.

In Box B, I have ‘/etc/fstab’ modified:

// /mnt/SambaFiles cifs username=tom,password=foo,rw,iocharset=utf8,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777 0 0 

However, each time I reboot Box B, I have to do ‘sudo mount -a’ to mount the file directory of Box A.

Is it possible to automate it to avoid mounting it with every reboot? Thank you very much.