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Then you don't need some fancy javascript to load in values etc. You may bash on JavaScript all you want; it is the preferred solution here from an End-User point of view because he/she triggers the cloning in the Browser. You have to let go of the old-school SharePoint back-end approach and poplulating controls. All you have to do is create a new item ...


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What you need to do is create a new Edit form, not create a new New form. You can reuse all the Edit form markup from the original Edit form from the list, but you will have to add some custom codebehind to override the Save mechanism. I've found that these 2 blog posts describe quite well how to do this; given they describe it for a custom Display form, ...


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Nothing worked for me except this solution here: How to: resolve ‘Server Error: This file may not be moved, deleted … ‘ when working with SharePoint master page In case link is broken, below is the answer: SharePoint 2013 has an *.HTML file associated with each *.master and you’re really supposed to edit the *.HTML file and not touch the *.master. ...


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Each WebPart should have its own ID, and you can iterate over all WebParts in the manager (I don't do backend, but conceptually the same as front-end) As for best pratice; don't mess with styles. Transfer all your display logic to CSS classes, and only set those Classes in your code. That way your presentation is a lot more loosly coupled with your backend ...


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Something here doesn't make much sense. You have a server where a hired SharePoint developer installed SharePoint for you on this server and set it up using some scripts (most likely PowerShell). SharePoint is so much more than just an ASP.NET website. The reason why your friend (I'm assuming he doesn't know SharePoint) can't find anything at \wwwroot is ...


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As a whole you can not convert or move Asp.Net application in to SharePoint, still if you need to move some modules you have to create web parts and then you can integrate these modules in SharePoint site as features which you can activate and deactivate as desired on page wise and site wise. SharePoint known for its document collaboration and management ...


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Instead of using an event of the hidden field, after setting your hidden field's value in code, in document.ready check the hidden field's value and call the function. Since server code runs before client code, this will work.


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You need to create the HTML <select> <option value="volvo">Volvo</option> <option value="saab">Saab</option> <option value="mercedes">Mercedes</option> <option value="audi">Audi</option> </select> So you have to append the OPTION DOM elements



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