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Instead of using the Relevant Documents Web Part, you could you a List View Web Part and filter the list view for the current user. Then you could easily add/remove whatever columns you want from the list view. To do this, edit the List View Web Part properties and then under Selected View click on Edit the current view. Under the Filter section, set the ...


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If I understand correctly, could you not just add another list view and set it as a "Personal view", edit the view in your Library settings and then add that to the Web Part or wherever you want to place it?


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Creation of a content type should fulfill what you're looking for. Creation of a content type can then be scoped all the way to list level. Alternatively, you could create a feature to be deployed, deploying at site or site collection level.


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Custom Field Types are deployed to the Fram and are available for the sites to make use of it by creating site columns of that field type. So, when you create the site column for a particular site, it becomes visible only to that site (and subsites, if its root web). Once you create your site column of that custom field type its very easy to change its ...


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My issue was when i created column. After selecting your list lookup you have to select the field where you want searching. In my case i had a list with an id and title. So i select title like this when you'll start to write something it'll search in this column.


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I found the solution for my issue. I've to update the document library definition Schema.xml too. Something like this <Field ID="{F9BD72AE-1DB2-4D10-AF6D-A2F12B8D0408}" Name="DUMMY" DisplayName="DUMMY" Type="Choice" Format="RadioButtons" Required="TRUE" Group="DUMMY"> ...



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