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Try this: =IF([PO Date]="", "", IF(NOT([Balance Qty]=0),"OPEN","CLOSED")) You can chain the 'IF' statements inside of each other, since the IF function for calculated columns takes true and false arguments (IF(<conditional>, <evalIfTrue>, <evalIfFalse>)) -- you just replace an entire <evalIf...> argument with another IF Here is an ...


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Maybe something like the following? =IF(AND(NOT([Balance Qty]=0),NOT([PO Date]="")),"OPEN","CLOSED")


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It seems that for your particular case the OOTB email alerts is the easiest option. If you cannot see the option, maybe you need to configure alert settings for a Web application by using Central Administration: Verify that the user account that is performing this task is a member of the Farm Administrators SharePoint group. On the SharePoint Central ...


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If it is a Workflow Task list, then the OOB Alert feature should work nicely for this. Go to List > Settings > Advanced Settings > E-Mail Notification. It works with custom fields, too. If this is not your scenario, then I would use workflow. Regarding SharePoint Designer permissions: since you are a farm admin, add yourself as a site collection ...


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Eureka! There's still way to migrate this custom list with attachments. :) Here's what what i did in my 5000+ data w/ attachments custom list: Migrate all first the data from Old to New Custom List by copying data from Old Custom List and pasting it to the New Custom List via Data Sheet View. Create an excel spreadsheet and copy paste the ID column of the ...


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No, this is not possible. My first idea was to use list templates, where you can include content, but those files are not compatible between 2003 and 2013. A 3rd party tool like Sharegate can export/import between SharePoint sites. The only other way to get the attachments is by opening the list in explorer view. The attachments are in a hidden folder.


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You could either go with multiple App-parts and use audiances like Benny sugested or take advantage of "Me" in the filter like described down under. The advantage of using "Me" is that if someone new comes around and gets issues/tasks assigned to them you wont have to make a New App-part and go through with the audiance-procedure. Using 1 App-part for ...


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It looks like you need to make use of audience in SharePoint. Add the different groups or members that need to have issues filtered in different ways. Then add App Parts to the page. You can add more than one App Part of the same list, assigning different audiences and filters the way you want. When you have all the App Parts in place, add audience to ...


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If you do the CSS modification or item height modification using JavaScript, you can pinpoint it to the actual item and not to all items with same CSS class throughout the Site Collection. Either add Script Editor Web Part (or CEWP) to page and add the required script there, or include it in your .master page and perhaps limit the scope by only modifying ...


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You need to find the CSS class. Then you can set the height attribute to your desired value. Keep in mind that this will change it everywhere.


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You don't need to create new field. Use out of the box Created By field for that. If you don't want to use that then create a new User field and set Default Value as [ME]


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Simplest way will be to create a view which shows only those items in which Created By= [Me] or Team Member =[Me] filter. This view will shows only those items which are created by current logged in user or if the training is assigned to that user. So other managers will not see other training which they have not created. Make this view as the default view. ...


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Is this 2010 or 2013? You are correct to use the On Item Created, this is only the condition for the Workflow to start and isn't related to what causes the rest of the workflow steps to trigger. You just need to use the "Wait for ..." activities so your workflow doesn't stop it's execution or, alternatively, start a Task Process for the HR team to ...


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You can check with sharepoint online manager . You can try the free trial version to check the events. https://store.office.com/sharepoint-manager-2013-online-WA104025157.aspx?queryid=6e5f213e-1ae8-4d5c-85f0-83712736e194&css=sharepoint%20manager&lc=en-us&assetid=WA104025157&ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US Otherwise you need to use client ...


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I don't think there is a native way to list the previous versions on the same view. You can try using JSLink to change the way the list view is rendered. When drawing the new view use the solution from This Thread to query the previous versions and display them. I do not see this behaving with acceptable performance for more then a few items though...


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In the 2013 version click on the Library tab on the Ribbon, Library settings, click on the view to edit, expand Group By, Group by version.


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Multi-line text field is not available in column picker of Validation Settings page since it is not supported in formula expressions. But you could consider the following client-side approach. How to validate Multi-line text field in SharePoint Probably one of the best ways to apply client-side validation in SharePoint 2010 and 2013 would be to override ...


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AllItems.aspx is only the web page of a view. But you want to restrict the items, which users can see. Got to List Settings - Advanced Settings - Item-level Permissions. Here you can select the options "Read items that were created by the user" and "Create items and edit items that were created by the user". People with Full Access (Manage List Permission) ...


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Troubleshooting steps: Go to your custom List. List Settings --> Permissions for this List. Click Check permissions on the Ribbon.Check if the site user is having Contribute permission. If not , break inheritance (Click Stop Inheriting Permissions). Then Click Grant permissions , give those users Contribute permission. Now these users will only have ...


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I would recommend creating two lists and using a Lookup column. In List A you could have the content that you are okay with other members editing. That list would then look up to List B with the column of information that you would grant Read too only. Unfortunately permissions in SharePoint are not so granular. Using JavaScript is not secure in that you ...


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The Question contains a workable solution to make List Attachments clickable. But it isn't feasible when loading dozens of columns and rows, the performance is noticeably affected. Instead, the link should be generated on demand, when the user clicks. Here is a modification on the above code to make it work. This shaved about 3.5 seconds of my loading and ...


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I believe it occurs since the Entity Type that you've specified via $itemProperties['__metadata']['type'] is ignored since in the previous version of library it was not supported to specify Entity Type explicitly (it was generated from List title). So, you could grab the latest version from GitHub repository, it contains some fixes including the ability ...


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SharePoint Online doesn't support this functionality OOB, but using 3rd party solutions you can do it. Please check out link "How to Create HelpDesk on SharePoint Online" it describes very similar use case.


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You have to midify alerts template. Read this article: http://www.alectang.com/blog/archive/2012/05/16/how-to-customise-sharepoint-alert-email-template.aspx And MSDN documentation: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb897925(v=office.14).aspx


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Try this to force SP that new look. On that list click: Gear > Edit page Edit web part Under Appearance > Chrome Type change from Default to None Click OK Again Edit web part Under Appearance > Chrome Type change from None to Default Click OK Stop editing/Save page Now you have new 2013 look. :)


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I was looking for a way to access current page field values in SP 2010 and came across this question. There are basically two ways I found to use fields of the current PAGE: Just use the web control field value rendering as you would in any page (if you only want to display/check a value). console.log(' < SharePointWebControls:TextField ...


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Forcing different "View style" than "default" in list view, results in old, 2010 look. For example: <ViewStyle ID="17" /> changes view to "Shaded" style.



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