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Choice field maximum value : 255 & size of column: 30 bytes Choice (multiple selection) field maximum value: 350 & size of column: 22 bytes Reference: Software boundaries and limits for SharePoint 2013


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There's an easier way: ... list = listCollection.getByTitle("yourListTitle"); var defaultView = list.get_defaultView(); var defaultViewFields = defaultView.get_viewFields(); defaultViewFields.add("Title"); defaultViewFields.add("Modified"); defaultViewFields.add("NewField"); defaultViewFields.add("Attachments"); defaultViewFields.add("Status"); ...


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If all you want to do is create a whole lot of columns, Powershell is the way to go. You can use this script to create a column. $site = Get-SPSite -Identity $row.SiteCollectionURL $web = $site.RootWeb # Assign fieldXML variable with XML string for Site Column $fieldXML = '*Your XML here*' # Create Site Column from XML string ...


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This is not really a good use of a list. The number of columns in a list should ideally be fixed. why don't you build your list with the following columns? User/group, subsite, access rights granted, you need to add the same user or group more than once (once for each subsite), but you could report the data in excel by using a pivot table. And speaking ...


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I have tried using this caml query, but it does not work. I guess it is the caml itself. There is no effect in the list view called "All Items". var viewContext = SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var web = viewContext.get_web(); var listCollection = web.get_lists(); list = listCollection.getByTitle("yourListTitle"); viewCollection = list.get_views(); ...


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This works for me: =[Today]+14 And this is end result:


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You would want to use [Today]+14 for this.


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Try below mentioned code field.TitleResource.GetValueForUICulture(cultureName)


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Yes. Either You have to set default content type to shown content type columns while adding new item OR you can select the content type while adding new item from ITEM TAB --> New item --> Select Content Type in Ribbon. Thanks,


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Create a column called remainder in the list as calculated column and formula as Modified + 2 Create a designer workflow to send a notification email In workflow settings click on chekc box start workflow automatically when an item is created condition if any value equals value For first value select workflow context and for field select Association:item ...


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My suggestion is to create a view instead that filters items that has not been modified in 2 days and the manager has to checking the page daily.


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I agree with teylyn. Please use the below link to show you how to do this. It's pretty easy once you get the hang of it. If the information is loaded into the user profile you can call it with a Designer workflow. http://blog.bonzai-intranet.com/analysthq/2011/04/user-profile-data-in-sharepoint-designer-workflows/ Respond if you have any other questions.


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This depends on the technique you use to show the user's job title. It would help if you could update your question with that detail. In general, if you want to capture circumstantial data at creation, you may want to use a workflow that fires when an item gets created. Let that workflow discover the data items you want to capture, e.g. the user's job ...


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You can set the webpart to a static width and then set the width of any column that you like with a script editor webpart. <style type='text/css'> .ms-vh-div[DisplayName='<ColumnName>'] { width:250px; } </style> Just insert the display name of the column instead of <ColumnName>.


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Please try below css: .ms-listviewtable td:nth-child(4) { width:600px; } Here, in nth-child() you have to pass number of column. Here it's for 4th column. And if its width cannot be overridden then use width:600px !important; in upper code. Hope this will help you.


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Required fields do not carry over to folders by default. If you want that to happen, you have to create a new folder content type, that inherits from folder. Add this folder content type to your library. Create your desired columns in the library and tell it to add the field to all content types. Then when creating a new folder, you'll be forced to supply ...


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I found another way to use a reusable workflow and still link it to a content type. I found an article on technet that says it's possible. Instead of going to the workflow menu and click there on reusable workflow, go in the upper corner to file and click on reusable workflow right there. You will see a menu to the right, where you can select your ...


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Ok, let's get over it. The error report at on-premise solution was not so clear, but after test on cloud solution I've got an useful answer: This operation is not supported because the destination document library contains a list data validation formula or has the EnforceDataValidation property set. So if you plan moving with files, don't make a ...


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Perhaps the only way is programmatically disable, copy file and enable validation.. e.g. http://pastebin.com/fn6AVfJ3


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Here are some possible causes for your issue and resolutions Are you using 2010 WF or 2013 WF (I know the tag is 2013 but just to confirm which template you are using). Anyhow this is what I found searching this issue: Do you copy list item action placed in Impersonation step? If so, the workflow will run with the account which you used to create the ...


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Here's a example based on a jsLink-boilerplate I created. Because of the boilerplate origins there still is some code that is not used but for an example this will be enough. Install it on your list following these steps: Edit the provided snippets and fill in your variables such as fieldname, listName, jsLinkPath, defaultValue, etc. Create a file ...


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I am having a solution but it may be not the only solution. Here is my approach. Create a Workflow which will trigger when a new item is added or existing item is changed In the workflow check CurrentItem whether your ImageField is null? If it is null then Set the value of your CurrentItem's ImageField to the default image URL Make sure that you should ...


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Sorry to re-open an old thread. I'm trying to get this to work but I find two problems. The workflow only launches if you double-click the button. A single click displays the Notification but does not start the workflow. Ideally, this should also trigger a page refresh at completion to show any changes to the list made by the workflow. I am using ...


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You can use a calculated column and use a formula like this =CONCATENATE("<a href='mailto:",[email],"'>",[Name],"</a>")


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I think so. Best approach is to read (all) SharePoint Formula Functions (there are not that many), read the Description & examples and see what matches your need http://viewmaster365.com/365coach/#/Calculated_Column_Functions_List


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Go to Library Settings. Go to Advanced Settings. Click "Yes" radio button for the field "Allow management of content types" Click OK button. This should bring you back to the Library Settings page. What is different is Content Types section displaying. Under Content Types, click Document. Scroll down to click Title under Columns. Under Column Settings, ...


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I believe this can be achieved by providing the site column's schema when creating a field in the target list. First, the desired site column's SchemaXml property is retrieved using one of the fields endpoints: https://[site url]/_api/web/fields('[field guid]')/SchemaXml https://[site url]/_api/web/fields/GetByTitle('[field title'])/SchemaXml This can ...


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If you don't already have a lot of data in the list, I would make it 6 columns total Team Name Month work demand planned work demand Actual overtime demand planned overtime demand Actual You will have to enter an item for each month for each team but it will make pivoting with that data much easier when you export it into excel.



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