For example: in the following survey the user likes "Spa" and "Cooking class" in the same level so he gave them the same rating:
The problem is that SharePoint does not support that, so you cannot enforce unique ratings in Rating-scale questions.
After upgrading the IE browser to IE10, all SharePoint 2013 sites stopped working.
Almost every page in SharePoint threw this error. In Chrome and FireFox by the way – it worked perfectly.
While I couldn’t figure out why or how to fix it – I found a simple workaround: disable the IE10 local storage feature (which I believe is a part of the HTML5).
Simply go to internet options –> advanced, scroll down to “Enable DOM Storage” and uncheck it’s checkbox:
And all done – SharePoint works again, even MDS (or partial page rendering which is how I call it) works!
I encountered this error today, along with a log message in the ULS saying: cannot find site lookup info for request uri
When browsing directly to the site home page or any other page it worked perfectly. Just this page /_layouts/15/start.aspx returned access denied error.
I googled googled, and even binged but could not find a solution.
Until it occurred to me – alternate access mappings!!!
It appears I didn’t set the site URL as an alternate access mapping for this web application.
A quick trip to central administration fixed that:
Client on “Configure alternate access mappings”:
Change to your web application:
Click “Edit Public URLs”
And add your new header in any of the text boxes:
done! now it is working as expected.