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Though I am not sure if Farm solutions can be used so I can provide you with a workaround with the help of workflows. Break permission of the list and give users Add permission. HR group can have any permission you like. On item creation on the list start a workflow which gives HR users the desired permission and remove everybody else permission. This way ...


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Technically no. There is no way to save an item without having permission on the list. Not to worry, there are workarounds. Assign HR department to have contribute access while disabling access to all other users. You may enclose your code with SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges method to open a new SPWeb context that will personify as your app pool / ...


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Hey I recommend you to create a webpart with the form as you like and insert the details into your custom list where you don't need to expose your list to anybody. Let me know if you have any questions.


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By "unsightly HTML" do you perhaps mean something like this? <nobr><span><a href="/yoursite/_layouts/userdisp.aspx?ID=1">Some User</a><img border="0" height="1" width="3" src="/_layouts/images/blank.gif"/><a href='javascript:;' onclick='IMNImageOnClick(event);return false;' class='ms-imnlink'><img name='imnmark' ...


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You may also want to look into template parts - basically, you can create a template part with these controls (using a SharePoint list for the data source for the drop downs, as suggested in Eric Alexander's reply) and add the template part as a custom control in InfoPath designer. Adding the template part to any form you work on will give you the same ...


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You create your lists in Sharepoint Online with all the necessary fields and values. In your InfoPath form, you make a data connection to pull this information in. You can then bind that to a drop down field. It is pretty straight forward to do.


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You seem to ask a couple of questions here, so I will attempt to answer as best as I can. It is possible to create a form with a question they must answer, along with an optional field. You can do it using out of the box SharePoint forms, by going to List Settings and then selecting the column you want required. You can setup validation on this field, ...


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Use the SP.UI.ModalDialog.showModalDialog function to open a dialog like this: function openURL(){ SP.UI.ModalDialog.showModalDialog({ url: "pageurl.aspx", title: "Feedback", allowMaximize: true, showClose: true, width: 800, height: 600, dialogReturnValueCallback: ...


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After few days of investigation, finally I managed to get it fixed by myself. Below the tricks to get it done: 1) Find the line of code that references your Comments field (the text field with "Append Changes to Existing Text" turned on) 2) Replace the line that begins xsl:value-of … and replace it with the following line of code: ...



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