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Here is a simple overview of how this code might look in designer: Set Variable: emailAddress to Current Item:Client Email then Add 60 days to Today (Output to Variable: pauseUntilDate) then Pause until Variable: pauseUntilDate then Email Variable: emailAddress So what's happening here? For simplicity sake I am using variables to manage the date we are ...


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There are 3 types of date attributed to a file, the date created, the date accessed (only shows in properties dialog box I believe) and the modified date. Creation date and modification date are very important but needs to be turn on or off to be able to view. By default Explore shows the created date when files in a folder are viewed by way of details as ...


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Ok, I deleted the previous answer. Now I'm back in the office in a SP environment where I can test. This worked for me: =IF(OR([Project ID]="A1",[Project ID]="A1",[Project ID]="A1",[Project ID]="A1",[Project ID]="A2",[Project ID]="A2",[Project ID]="A2",[Project ID]="A2",[Project ID]="A3",[Project ID]="A3",[Project ID]="A3",[Project ID]="A3",[Project ...


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there is a limitation for no of if statements for SharePoint calculated field. refer this article : http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-sharepoint-services-help/introduction-to-data-calculations-HA010121588.aspx and best alternative to overcome your issue will be use choose statements or to use multiple calculated columns.and keep in mind that there ...


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You can try following code: public static string GetXOMLFromWorkflowInstance(SPListItem item, Guid wfInstanceId) { SPWorkflow wf = new SPWorkflow(item, wfInstanceId); SPWorkflowAssociation assoc = item.ParentList.WorkflowAssociations[wf.AssociationId]; XmlDocument doc = new XmlDocument(); doc.Load(new ...


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I use a hidden field (i.e. FinalSubmission) and set that to "Y" as the first action on the Form Submit rule. You need to set the form to Perform Custom Action Using Rules in the Submit Options dialog to do this. Then, until the user submits it, the field will be blank (or whatever the default value you choose)


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You can use out of the box export to excel feature for this: In your SharePoint site, on the top link bar, click Documents and Lists. On the Documents and Lists page, click the list that you want to export to Excel. On the page that displays the list, under Actions, click Export to spreadsheet. In the File Download dialog box, click Open. In the Opening ...


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this can be fixed using the compatability view. can you see the broken document after the url, click that and it will fix the rich text exitor. a close up: issue mainly occures in new browsers for legacy versions of sharepoint e.g. ie 11 for sharepoint 2007


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I think the best solution will be to write simple PowerShell script which will bypass all workflows and look for custom namespaces and custom workflow actions. As the basis for your script you can check out the following link


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the main point that fix my problem which occured after moving to new farm was the following Is your Exchange server allows SharePoint to Send Mails? In Exchange Server, If anonymous Relay settings is not enabled, then you must add your WFEs in the relay list.? M**ake sure your ALL Sharepoint WFE'**s IPs are added in allowed Relays or Receive connectors in ...


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I figured out a way to take care of the renaming issue. From our SP homepage I clicked Site Actions > Manage Content and Structure. Then navigated to the parent folder in the document library. The offending folder was listed. So I clicked the down arrow and Edit Properties to update the name. Voila, all fixed!


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For future reference, we finally found it. It was added directly through JavaScript embedded in the view (hello best practices!), not through XML or code and that's why I couldn't find it. You can add actions into the Item Menu through JavaScript with the following SharePoint functions (available 2007 through 2013): CAMOpt(m, actionLabel, navigateUrl, ...


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There are basically 2 methods for moving documents in SharePoint 2007. 1) Using Windows Explorer 2) Manage Content and Structure Both of the them is well explained in this blog: Moving files in SharePoint 2007 This blog has detailed steps to move files within SP 2007 including picture illustrations as posting detailed steps here would be too long.


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You can open the document library as a windows explorer folder and move the files within the document library in bulk. I believe you are using SharePoint 2007 (as tagged in the post)?. Navigate to the document library -> Click on actions -> Open with windows explorer. See Here


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That all depends on whether you want a code solution or not. If you do then have a look at MSDN for SPFile.MoveTo() MoveTo. If not you could use WebDAV and just cut and paste.


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"You cannot use Calculated columns to update on the viewing time. It only gets updated when you are adding or editing the item. So stop any further reading related to calculated columns." I disagree here. try pasting the exact line ="<button onclick=""alert('Hello World!')"">Click Me</button>" In one Calculated Column. SET THE DATATYPE TO ...


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Try renaming the folder in windows explorer.


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There are some special charatere which SharePoint do not like at all. In your case you are using the + in your folder name which is again special characters. You cannot use these characters in your site name, site, groups, List, fodlers etc. Check the complete list here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/905231 While SharePoint allows you to name a folder ...


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Malin is partly correct.... you cant just use [today] as sharepoint cant update on the current date of today as it needs another column that is updated on a daily basis.... you can try: 1) create a column and call it 'today', set it to date only, set it to todays date and save that column. 2) create another column called 'leaving date', this is for the ...


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You could do this as a view. Just set the view to be filtered on Leaving Date < [Today], which will only show those who have left. I'm assuming you have a flag saying "Returned" or similar, which can be checked and then filtered out as well. It would be highly visible, as only the non-returned equipment/leavers will be displayed.


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You cannot use Calculated columns to update on the viewing time. It only gets updated when you are adding or editing the item. So stop any further reading related to calculated columns.


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It looks like there isn't a way that isn't modifying each item in the list. Sigh.


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If it happens in SharePoint 2013, try an play with your browser compatibility mode.



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