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Custom action with javascript doesn't navigate in DisplayForm

I have a strange issue, basically, I have the following custom action: <CustomAction Id="Navigate.DisplayMenu" Title="Navigate to:" RegistrationType="ContentType" ...
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2answers
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Custom action with custom code doesn't work properly

I have an action in my document library, but it doesn't work as it supposed. So I have here definition of my custom action: <CustomAction Id="MyProject.Google" Title="Go to google" ...
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1answer
54 views

SP2007 using Source token in link

In SharePoint 2007 in some occasions i see that when im redirected to some pages etc, i see a source in query string, and this i can use to be redirected back to the original page. I've read on msdn ...
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2answers
345 views

LinkButton with click method doesn't work

I have an issue with LinkButton in my toolbar, basically i deployed a custom action which adds a link button to the menu, this link button on click should do some task like adding an item, but this ...
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2answers
213 views

Custom action doesn't appear

I have an issue with custom action in SharePoint 2007, basically i have the following custom action declaration: <Elements Id="CF60B88A-783A-44f8-A49D-43659AB51G7E" ...
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2answers
230 views

Custom action or a specific list in SP 2007

I have a question regarding the custom action, basically I would like to create a custom action in ribbon for only ONE SharePoint list, this list already exist and i cannot and i dont want to modify ...
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0answers
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Hiding Custom Action for Just one document library

I have a custom action deployed for a site collection, now if I want to hide it for a custom document library is it possible. Also this is what I am doing actually, can you think a better way of ...
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1answer
185 views

MenuItemTemplate calling a method instead of URL

How can I add my method instead of URL of a website, I can see another option as "ClientOnClickScript" but not sure how exactly I can do it tho, here's my code public class MyUserControl: WebControl ...
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1answer
219 views

Custom Action Safe Control 2007

In extension to this question of mine, If I put location of custom action as "Location="Microsoft.SharePoint.StandardMenu" it gives me error Failed to create a control from assembly '', class ...
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1answer
312 views

Custom Actions all document libraries

I want to develop a "Custom Action" for all of document libraries in a site collection, I tried looking on Google but couldn't find any relevent tutorial. Custom action has to be in "Actions" and ...
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1answer
56 views

Microsoft Sharepoint 2007 - Having limit of max absence (MC,Leave) function?

I've just joined a company, and they threw me their sharepoint website which had functions up and running, including the Absence and Leave Calendar. Currently the absence and leave calendar functions ...
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How do I programmatically disable (i.e. “grey out”) a custom action menu item?

Obviously, this is something I need to do just in certain circumstances (determined by the current contents of a list). The reason I want to keep the action visible is to set its description to say ...
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1answer
355 views

Custom workflow activity for SP 2007 appears in Designer's action picker but won't add

This is SharePoint 2007. I created a custom workflow activity in Visual Studio 2008 (using this and a few other blogs as a reference). I deployed it properly, I think. I can go into SharePoint ...
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4answers
845 views

Add Menu Item To Actions Menu UrlAction

I am attempting to call an .aspx page from a custom "Actions" menu item that I have added using xml. However, I cannot get the UrlAction path setup correctly. Everything I try fails with the ...
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2answers
970 views

Creating custom Actions within an Retention Policy

Does anyone know, either via the object model or through xml, if you can create custom actions for a retention policy, which is defined as part of an Information Management Policy? I know that you ...