So you’re going about your business in SharePoint, say when you want to publish an article page. You open the page and click on Publish, and the Schedule option isn’t there! Ack! Oh the humanity! If you’re uploading a document, the schedule items appear on the edit properties (editform.aspx) dialog.
You may be asking, what scheduling option? Well, it’s the option for being able to publish pages at a future date and time and is activated at the document library level. If you have a publishing site, this feature should already be activated on the Pages library. But it can be enabled on any site/library under the right conditions. This is very likely a simple fix. Let’s review the items to check.
There’s also a Scheduling timer job, but this is likely already enabled. The last option 3c is what I had missed. After checking the box, the options appeared. So you would likely see this if you created a Team Site, then activated the publishing features. MSDN published a nice walkthrough of the above steps.
You can also enable this setting via PowerShell. PowerShell guru Phil Childs runs a fantastic blog over at get-scripts.com. He published an article on setting these options that can be found here. Enable Item Scheduling isn’t set through these normal methods, but via the PublishingWeb methods. In the comments, he posted this simple script to enable or disable item scheduling on the library.
#To disable:$web = Get-SPWeb http://portal$list = $web.Lists["Pages"][Microsoft.SharePoint.Publishing.PublishingWeb]::DisableScheduling($list)
#To enable:$web = Get-SPWeb http://portal$list = $web.Lists["Pages"][Microsoft.SharePoint.Publishing.PublishingWeb]::EnableScheduling($list)
Shubham, It does not appear to be supported with a native equivalent in CSOM for SharePoint 2013: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/microsoft.sharepoint.client.publishing.publishingweb_methods.aspx I have seen programmatic examples doing it with CSOM, but appear to manually add all of the columns, not just checking the box. Doug
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