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Can you deploy a Skybow solution to a modern communication site?

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  • Matthias Walter

    Hi Michael Cummins,

    yes this is definitely possible. As you said it will be a mix of classic and modern, but it all works.

    Just stay tuned, during the next weeks we will support modern list views having action links as SPFx webpart and being able to extend the modern command bar.

     

    Regards

    Matthias

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  • Michael Cummins

    yes this is definitely possible. As you said it will be a mix of classic and modern, but it all works.

     

    Presently I can't use a modern site when setting up a solution.  This is a future feature and not a present feature, I believe?

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  • Matthias Walter

    Hi Michael Cummins,

    what exactly doesn't work on your end? Creating a new solution in an existing communications site or deploy a solution build on a classic site to a communications site?

    Can you provide a screenshot of your issue?

     

    BR Matthias

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  • Michael Cummins

    I create a new solution

    I point it at a brand new communications site that has not been modified and choose the admin account as the SharePoint user.  This is the same account I created the communications site with.

     

     

    It tells me that the Scripting capabilities are turned off, but when I go to the SharePoint admin center, I see that they are not.

     

     

     

     

    Is there something else I should have done?

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  • Taras Lozynskyy

    Try do following:
    To enable scripting on a particular site collection immediately, use the following PowerShell command

    Connect-SPOService https://yoursite-admin.sharepoint.com
    Set-SPOSite -Identity https://yoursite.sharepoint.com -DenyAddAndCustomizePages $false


    To disable:

    Set-SPOSite -Identity https://yoursite.sharepoint.com -DenyAddAndCustomizePages $true


    Maybe this can help you.

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  • Michael Cummins

    This worked.  Thanks!

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