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After Sharepoint 365 update (end 09.11.2012) resources string in list definition start display as:

$Resources:_FeatureId{AC83475A-588E-4876-BB71-24524023F731},FieldSortOrderDisplayName;

Field definition:

<Field Name="SortOrder" 
   ID="{612ffa3a-3842-404d-a88a-f17fad13a874}" 
   DisplayName="$Resources:FieldSortOrderDisplayName;" 
   Type="Number" Decimals="0" Required="TRUE">

or

<Field Name="SortOrder" 
   ID="{612ffa3a-3842-404d-a88a-f17fad13a874}" 
   DisplayName="$Resources:_Res,FieldSortOrderDisplayName;" 
   Type="Number" Decimals="0" Required="TRUE">

The same result. How to resolve?

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If there's nothing you did to "break" that, I suggest opening a Service Request through MS online portal or hard coding the DisplayName. Hard coding is a dirty workaround if you need to get it fixed quickly, and not generally a good idea.

Or it just might start working tomorrow if you wait. Wonders of SharePoint Online.

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Hello, how to open "a Service Request through MS online portal"? –  user1167761 Nov 12 '12 at 12:50
    
+! for the "Or it just might start working tomorrow if you wait" this should be the mantra of SharePoint Online. –  Hugh Wood Nov 12 '12 at 15:51
    
Added link to Online Portal where you open Service Requests. You need to be administrator, though. –  Jussi Palo Nov 14 '12 at 12:56
    
Downvote if you like, but Online is a black box and it is impossible to provide detailed answers. –  Jussi Palo Nov 14 '12 at 13:02
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