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The ID field is a system field. It is automatically incremented and is unique within a particular list. This field can't be changed. You can create a new field and map it to your ID column.
It's not possible to create Web Access databases in SharePoint 2013. It is, however, possible to continue to use a Web Access database created in a 2010 environment. So the answer to your question is; it can't be created, but you can continue to use web access databases created with SharePoint/Access 2010. Access web databases are supported for backward ...
In SPD, after you create the group, you need to click the hyperlink for Site Permissions to assign permission levels to the group.
Office 13 Information Rights Management will handle timed expiry of data with ease but its a big subject and requires a lot of planning. Technet Link
One way to implement this is by creating a timer job that will run periodically and modify documents permissions. You can use another list or SQL table to specify the permissions. For example that list would have the following fields: Documents (lookup field, multi values allowed) Start Time (DateTime field) EndTime (DateTime field) PermissionType (choice ...
In SharePoint, anonymous users’ rights are determined by the Limited Access permission level. Limited Access is a special permission level that cannot be assigned to a user or group directly. The reason it exists is because if you have a library or subsite that has broken permissions inheritance, and you give a user/group access to only that library/subsite, ...
This is done because access to lower level objects require some limited access to higher level objects. Please see this post for more details. Essentially, SharePoint's internal calls to lower level objects would break without the "limited access" to higher level objects. I'm assuming that this is done at the time inheritance is broken, because it would be ...
the problem was, there were some blank values at a foreign key column. I set some default value. Now it works fine.
Yes, you can provide permissions on an item-level basis. Just select the drop-down menu on the wiki page item while viewing the wiki page library and you can adjust the permissions.
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