The ECB (Edit Control Block) menu is a menu associated with the title column of document libraries and lists, and allows special controls specific to an item to be accessed through a popup menu.

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Get ctx based on list GUID

I want to get list ctx based on GUID. My requirement is to develop a context menu security webpart. I want to display the list/library context menu items in my application page which is user ...
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Links to local files from a SharePoint List

Ok, I am new to server side development (especially SP development) and I don't know if this is possible but here goes: I have a custom list which I populate from a local folder on my file system. ...
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Enable ECB only for particular extension

I have created an ecb on document library. I want it to show only for particular extension, I know it could be done by editing core.js but is there any other way of doind it ? Thanks
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Adding ECB to search results

I need to add the ECB functionality to the results of a document search (Core Search results). Does anyone know if this is possible? I was hoping to add this through the XSL of the web part but ...
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Start a workflow from the ECB

I want to add a custom action to the ECB to start a workflow automatically. To get to the workflow page I can do something like: <UrlAction ...
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Accessing full url of 'View in browser' link in document library

I'm trying to get the url of the 'view in browser' link that appears in the context menu for a document in the document library. I have a custom command on the menu that I have created which calls a ...
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Getting custom actions of a context menu to display on a content query web part

I have a situation where a SharePoint site has some custom actions on its document library context menu – both 3rd party and a simple bespoke action I have developed. Now, the custom actions work ...