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Fantastic!!!!! Thanks a lot PirateEric - Rama


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Well it has been few years from the question was created, but it can help others. I created another column as lookup and referred the original column, then modified the view unchecked the original column, that's it.


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You can add that column directly from the Sharepoint list itself However to add it using Visual Studio refer following code using (SPSite oSPsite = new SPSite("http://Web-URL")) { oSPsite.AllowUnsafeUpdates = true; using (SPWeb oSPWeb = oSPsite.OpenWeb()) { oSPWeb.AllowUnsafeUpdates = true; /* get the SPList object by list ...


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You can use SharePoint designer to quickly and easily add columns to a list, if you have it installed. Open your site in SharePoint Designer From the left click Lists and Libraries Select the relevant list Click Edit List Columns under the Customization section From the ribbon at the top choose Add New Column


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You can create column in List without Visual Studio. from GUI you can follow these steps: In the ribbon, click the List or Library tab. In the Manage Views group, click Create Column. In the Name and Type section, type the name that you want for the column in the Column name box. Under The type of information in this column is, select the type of ...


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You can consider the approach of Creating Content Type and then associating content type to document library. In this approach, however, you will have to create document libraries for each clients and then associate content type to document library. But the benefit here will be that once when you have created content type, change management will be easy ...


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The following simple formula should work: =IF([Single]="Yes", "No", "Yes")


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You can try using powershell as the following: $siteUrl = "http://YourServerName/sites/testsite" [system.reflection.assembly]::LoadWithPartialName("Microsoft.Sharepoint") > $null #get the SPSite $site = New-Object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSite($siteUrl) #Get the root web $RootWeb = $site.RootWeb #Find the list in the root web $mylistname ...


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This could be because you may have set the workflow incorrectly. This happened to me before when I enabled a workflow with wrong functionality in a list.


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I would suggest creating an event receiver on the item added (or item updated) event of the list. You can then quite easily acces the profile manager in code and populate your column with whatever profile value you need. As an alternative you could probably also do this in client side script attached using the jslink property of the list but there might be ...


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You can actually do this in two requests. You can upload the file to SharePoint and get the returned URL. Then use the returned URL to update the Title. The example below uses JavaScript, but you can see the required headers you need to set in order to update the title. You can also see the other steps you need to take if you do not want more than one ...


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This is how i make a POST to document library right now.. documentLibrary = sharepoint server url to document library http://industrial-ex/sites/tifdemo/enovia/ enoviaDocument = local path to a file D:\tif-destination if (enoviaDocument.isFile()) { FileInputStream fileInputStream = new FileInputStream(enoviaDocument); ...


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I'm guessing you are using Gson. If so, try this: String title = asJsonObject.get("d").getAsJsonObject().get("results").getAsJsonArray().get(0).getAsJsonObject().get("Title").getAsString(); It's just about following the layout. You can also do ?$select=Title&$top=1 in your query if you simply want the first items Title as you hint at (even though it ...


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my supervisor made me a Site Collection Administration, and now I see the input boxes. Thank you ECM4D for your thoughts.


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SharePoint 2013 is using Client Side Rendering by default, so form controls are rendered on client side on some other internal javascript events. It is possible that jQuery.ready() handler is firing too early while controls are not rendered yet and that could be main problem. My suggestion would be not to use jQuery.ready, where normal jsLink with CSR ...


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If you don't have any feature deactivation code to delete the list, it is going to remain and still contain your typo. If you don't have any feature activation code to check if the list exists and fix it, the typo will remain. If you've updated your feature, deactivate it and delete your list. Then activate the feature to provision the list again, and the ...



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