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The question here is how to get the Add link in the new calendar. Perhaps this calendar has to be a custom list instead of one made from the default available Calendar List. (Like the one I am working with when I found this post) It has to be so because the client wants specific form behavior that I cannot get unless I alter the base Calendar List forms ...


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What error are the workflows reporting? Can you run PowerShell on the farm? Would be an easy enough script to loop through and set the field values.


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Okay so I stumbled apon a rather simple solution (though I didn't think it would actually work :D). Even though no one commented on this it did get one up vote so I hope my solution helps them. What I ended up doing was pulling up the site in Google chrome, I navigated to calendar that I was using as a test and exported one of the already created events (I ...


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This sounds like an issue we had (last year). There is (still) a bug that exists in Outlook 2007 in the synchronization with Sharepoint. We found upgrading to Outlook 2010 fixed the issue. We had extensive testing and conversations with our Microsoft Rep. It seemed to be an issue mostly with SP Calendars (in SP2007, in our case) that had a high number of ...


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EDIT: Removed original post, replaced with a non-programmatic solution A very easy thing to do is simply enable content approval. Just approve the one you want to be visible, all the other ones will stay invisible for everyone except the original contributor. You can also make a calculated field that goes true or false depending on if it's the first added ...


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SP.dateTimeUtil.js provides methods for working with dates. It is not supposed to be modified since it is a part of SharePoint JS library. Consider Regional Settings to customize the calendar, time format and etc.


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Make sure the view is correct. Check filters on the list view.


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You can do this by creating a workflow.


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Definitely! You can accomplish this using SharePoint Designer or using JSLink. Inside SharePoint Designer (free application), you can create a new list form of type New. Then you can set it as default. Then inside the form, edit the form and comment out the that you see that contain the fields that you want to hide. You can comment out each field like so: ...


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if you still need an answer for it, here is my solution (without any other app or paid solutions) : Connect your Sharepoint Calendar to Outlook, and then in Outlook, right-click on this calendar, Share, Send this calendar via email (or whatever it is in English), and send it to yourself. It will generate an offline .ics file of the current Sharepoint ...


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As far as I know it is not possible to checkout a calendar entry (I hope that is what you mean with "locked for editing"). Unfortunately I couldn't find any official statements from Microsoft or SharePoint MVPs where that was explicitly confirmed. My answer is thus based on the method of elimination as can be seen below: Checkout isn't offered by default ...


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I've come across this before. You need to use jquery and call REST services to call the Calendar after the form loses focus on the due date. The call will check to see if the request is unavailable. Another way is to use the Resources content type, and have conference rooms or whatever you are trying to book as a resource that people can use. The form that ...



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