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Is it crucial for a UX designer to learn the principles of Object Oriented Programming?

As a designer and sometimes coder myself, I have been exposed to the idea and principles behind Object Oriented Programming, and having a knowledge in this area definitely helps when it comes to conceptualizing screens for proposed software applications. Developers would immediately get the gist of the screens.

I’m curious though if the knowledge of a designer of OOP would have a big impact when it comes to User Experience Design? What kind of scenarios would it be a huge factor in the effectiveness of a design? Are there any instances where it is?

Is it crucial for a UX designer to learn the principles of Object Oriented Programming?

As a designer and sometimes coder myself, I have been exposed to the idea and principles behind Object Oriented Programming, and having a knowledge in this area definitely helps when it comes to conceptualizing screens for proposed software applications. Developers would immediately get the gist of the screens.

I’m curious though if the knowledge of a designer of OOP would have a big impact when it comes to User Experience Design? What kind of scenarios would it be a huge factor in the effectiveness of a design? Are there any instances where it is?

Sharepoint Designer 2013 authentication problems

My company uses O365 SharePoint sites that I would like to be able to edit using SharePoint Designer 2013, however I am experiencing some problems making it work. I open SharePoint Designer 2013 and I go to Account and click on Add a service, then storage and select the option for Office 365 SharePoint. I am then asked for my email address, which I provide. The next screen asks for my password, which again I provide. Once that is done I see that 2 services are added, OneDrive – My company name and Sites – My company name. Both these entries state that to connect I’ll need to provide my user name and password. So I click on the connect button and it brings up a sign in window, already populated with my email address as the user ID. When I enter the password and click Sign in it fails with a pop up error message saying “The username or password for Sites – My company name isn’t correct. Please try again”

I know the password is correct, and I’m not the only user experiencing this exact same problem. Can anyone explain why this would be and how to fix it?

Sharepoint Designer 2013 crashes when I publish a workflow with a approval process action

From a few days I can no longer publish with the SharePoint Designer old and new Workflows that contain a simple approval process Action, like this

->    Start Approval (7) process on Current Item with Alessandro Cosi 

I am now receiving this error when attempting to publish:

An error occurred while trying to fetch data from your Sharepoint site.

SharePoint Designer 2013 Workflow HTTP Web Service on POST: Error – The given key was not present in the dictionary

Thank you for reading this. This is a bit long, but I’m trying to be as detailed as possible. Any help would be greatly appreciated. If more info is needed, please let me know. As info, I am not a (JavaScript) developer. I’ve been tasked to do as many things as possible OOTB.

Environment: SharePoint Online and SharePoint Designer 2013 (for workflows).

Scenario: Have a Team Site and a Subsite to it. When an item is added to a Custom List in the Subsite, the workflow is to find the matching task in the Task List on the Parent Site and mark the Task Status as “Completed”. (A variable is created in the workflow to match the item added to the list with the task.)

Success: Using the HTTP Web Service action to GET Task items via the Workflow. Evidenced by logging the response in a custom list using Create Item in List workflow action.

Issue: Using POST to add or update a Task to the task list. Continue to get the error {“error”:{“code”:”-1, System.Collections.Generic.KeyNotFoundException”,”message”:{“lang”:”en-US”,”value”:”The given key was not present in the dictionary.”}}}

Pre-conditions: Because we were going between site and subsite, we followed the articles to create elevated workflow permissions for use of the App Step. Did this on both the site and subsite. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/jj822159.aspx, http://www.fabiangwilliams.com/2014/06/19/gotcha-on-sharepoint-designer-workflows-in-app-step/

Because this error seems to sometimes be illusive, decided to create the workflow on lists within the same Team Site to remove any possibility of authorization issue. Therefore the example shown below is not using APP Steps.

Trouble-shooting: Used Fiddler with Chrome to walk through and did not receive any errors. https://cann0nf0dder.wordpress.com/2016/09/12/getting-fiddler-to-work-with-sharepoint-online/. Viewed many, many articles also.

Workflow:

  1. Hard-coded a Variable = TempMatchString to match with a value in the Task List to bring back specific Task(s). Ignore first two lines of the workflow – will be used once the issue is resolved.

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  1. Get Matching Task(s)

    • Build GET_RequestHeader Dictionary. Accept = application/json;odata=verbose as String and Content-Type = application/json;odata=verbose as String

    • Perform the GET HTTP Web Service request with URL: https://mycompany.sharepoint.com/HumanResourcesTS/_api/web/lists/getByTitle('ProgressReportTasks')/Items?$ filter=(Title eq [%Variable:TempMatchString%]

    • Create Item in the SPListGETContent list to view the response.

    • Store the array returned in Variable “ListDataSet”. Note: I am using Get valueinstead of d/results. If I do the GET Call from the subsite I get the JSON returned with d/results as seen in most all articles online, but value when used on the parent site. I am not sure why this differs.

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  2. Get FormDigestValue

Read several articles stating need to set the X-RequestDigest to the FormDigestValue to POST.

  • Build ContextHeaders Dictionary. Accept = application/json;odata=verbose as String and Content-Type = application/json;odata=verbose as String
  • Perform the POST HTTP Web Service request with URL: https://mycompany.sharepoint.com/HumanResourcesTS/_api/contextinfo
  • Create Item in the SPListGETContent list to view the response
  • Get the FormDigestValue and store it as a Variable = digestValue enter image description here

    1. Add Task (ERROR occurs here)
  • Build ADD_Request Header dictionary. Accept = application/json;odata=verbose as String and Content-Type = application/json;odata=verbose as String and X-RequestDigest = [%Variable: digestValue%] as String
  • Build ADD_Metadata dictionary. Type = SP.Data.ProgresReportTasksListItem as String where “ProgressReportTasks” is the list name.
  • Build ADD_Parameters dictionary. __metadata = [%Variable: ADD_Metadata%] as String and Title = Created by WF on Parent Site as String
  • Perform the POST HTTP Web Service request with URL: https://mycompany.sharepoint.com/HumanResourcesTS/_api/web/lists/getByTitle('ProgressReportTasks')/Items

    Set the Properties to ensure the RequestHeaders, ResponseContent, and ResponseStatus Code were set to the correct Variables.

  • Write the responseContent to the SPListGETContent list. Get: {“error”:{“code”:”-1, System.Collections.Generic.KeyNotFoundException”,”message”:{“lang”:”en-US”,”value”:”The given key was not present in the dictionary.”}}}
  • Write the ResponseStatusCode to the SPListGetConent list. Get: InternalServerError enter image description here

    1. Update Task (ERROR occurs here)
  • Build POST_Request Header dictionary. All set as String. Accept = application/json;odata=verbose and Content-Type = application/json;odata=verbose and X-RequestDigest = [%Variable: digestValue%] X-HTTP-Method = MERGE (NOTE: Also tried PATCH) IF-MATCH = * Content-Length = 0
  • Build POST_Metadata dictionary. Type = SP.Data.ProgresReportTasksListItem as String where “ProgressReportTasks” is the list name.
  • Build POST_Parameters dictionary. __metadata = [%Variable: ADD_Metadata%] as String and Title = Updated by WF on Parent Site as String
  • Perform the POST HTTP Web Service request with URL: https://mycompany.sharepoint.com/HumanResourcesTS/_api/web/lists/getByTitle(‘ProgressReportTasks’) /Items(22). Hardcoded the Item ID for this first round of testing.

    Set the Properties to ensure the RequestHeaders, ResponseContent, and ResponseStatus Code were set to the correct Variables.

  • Write the responseContent to the SPListGETContent list. Get: {“error”:{“code”:”-1, System.Collections.Generic.KeyNotFoundException”,”message”:{“lang”:”en-US”,”value”:”The given key was not present in the dictionary.”}}}
  • Write the ResponseStatusCode to the SPListGetConent list. Get: InternalServerError InternalServerError enter image description here

Thank you!!