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You can't receive the attachments on email. Because in info-path forms all the InfoPath attachments are stored as pieces of text called base64 encoded strings within the InfoPath form itself.. So you cant attach the documents to the email. You can also use a custom SharePoint Designer action to extract InfoPath file attachments and then upload them to ...


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Just resolved my issue. I referred to this question's answer and added .attr('onclick', '') This clears the onclick attribute in the html. So my code now looks like this: $(document).ready(function(){ $("table#idAttachmentsTable a").attr('onclick', '').click(function (event) { event.preventDefault(); var ...


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using (ClientContext context = new ClientContext("http://SharepointURL/")) { try { Web web = context.Web; FileCreationInformation newFile = new FileCreationInformation(); newFile.Content = System.IO.File.ReadAllBytes(@"C:\test.txt"); newFile.Url = "test.txt"; List docs = web.Lists.GetByTitle("CustomList"); ...


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Below code is working fine for me. Yours is same except I see execute query command to be missing. Also check if the location specified in the error is accessible and correct parameters are being passed in FileName and ReadAllBytes(). var attInfo = new AttachmentCreationInformation(); attInfo.FileName = mFile.Name; attInfo.ContentStream = new ...


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Unfortunately, using this approach won't work (I don't know a way to do that using the list attachment. What I would suggest you to do (I am trying ELI5 as much as I can) is to create a document library to save the attachments in and link it to your list using a lookup column. Then you can join the 2 lists together to show documents attached to a list item. ...


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OOTB SharePoint Custom List have attachment facility which one can use through ribbon. Also you can add custom button to perform same without using ribbon. Now if you still want to go with separate column functionality then... You can use SharePoint Column type "Publishing Hyperlink" and you can directly provide provision to user to upload attachments from ...


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Problem solved. I had a JavaScript exception that was preventing validation errors from showing. Once I fixed that, the validation error showed, and when that was fixed, attachments worked as expected. (SharePoint is designed to not save anything if there is a validation error, and this includes attachments.)


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You can use SharePoint Column type "Publishing Hyperlink" and you can directly provide provision to user to upload attachments from SharePoint Itself. Publishing must be enabled by a site collection administrator for these column types to appear. To enable publishing, go to Settings Small Settings gear that took the place of Site Settings.> Site Settings. ...


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You can use JSlink to make attachment download by clicking on Paper Clip Icon representing attachment. You can use the code and explaination provided in the below link. Make List Item Attachment link clickable with JSLink It works wonder.


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You can use Event Receiver and create another list (ListA) to record your attachment link. Maybe your process is: Users add list items and attachments List event will be fired Use Event Receiver to get attachment url and then Write into ListA You also can refer to the following web site: ...


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I think this article can help you: http://fixingsharepoint.blogspot.com.br/2014/09/sorting-sharepoint-list-item.html



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