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Two options Using an EventReceiver capture ItemAdded and ItemUpdated events. Then get the additional information and save it to the required fields Using JavaScript Object Model and jQuery, capture the change event of the picker control and get additional details. Populate the text fields. On save this goes to the list. Option 1 is easier to implement, ...


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As I commented: "Calculated fields can only be used to set a value in the current field (the field the formula is on)". No value assignment is necessary in the formula, the result of the formula will be used as the field value. Make sure the column ProcessStatus is a calculated column and enter the following formula: IF(NOT(ISBLANK([ECOSubmitActualDate])), ...


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If you want to choose the multiple value you will run into a SharePoint limitation. Basically SharePoint Designer isn't smart enough to figure out that you have multiple values and will only give you the first one (hopefully this will get fixed sometime in the future). A workaround might be to make 2 fields and call them primary and secondary. Then it is ...


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Using the Set interval javascript function and calling your variables again you should be able to hind the time as required. After you have called your variable do a statement to check if it has been set previously so as to not wrap the div again. You set the variable v by assigning it again to the variable


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With @Vince2322589 help, I found the solution to this by just using setInterval method and minor modification on my script.


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I have experienced something similar when attempting to create a connection to send a filter value from one web part to another, in a customized display form. The error is given when attempting the connection - "No provider schema." This occurs only when attempting such a connection on a form other than the original form - i.e. it only happens with new forms ...


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Better solution using XSL here. http://valygreavu.com/2014/11/27/customizing-the-links-sharepoint-app-to-open-links-into-new-window-using-xsl-link/


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Here is one script which I use often $url = "Enter URL" $listname = Read-Host "Enter List Name" $web = get-spweb $url $list = $web.lists[$listname] #delete existing forms $files = $list.rootfolder.files $form1 = $list.RootFolder.files | ?{$_.url -match "dispform.aspx"} $form2 = $list.RootFolder.files | ?{$_.url -match "editform.aspx"} $form3 = ...


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In the second page use two filters separated by OR condition. Id = 0 Query string filter Now Id = 0 will not return any values by default. When query string is present, the view works as exi.


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If you are uncomfortable using Macros, you can try the below. I used =clean(A1) in excel to create a friendly chunk of text to copy and paste into SharePoint. That way the text gets cleaned from Excel first, before pasting into SharePoint. I used Excel 2013 and SharePoint 2013.


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Use a calculated column and the Contains formula. Create a calculated column. Enter the Contains formula. Below is a template to get you started. Replace [ColumnName] with the name of your column and Text with the choice value from the column. Match the choice entry with the number you would like the entry be associated with for sorting. ...



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