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Is it SharePoint Online (Office 365) or On Premises? If it's on premises, a timer job can be built that reads all user profiles and updates the list. However if it's Office 365, the options are limited. One of the ways is - Develop a Site Workflow that uses a REST call to fetch all site users, loops through site users, gets user profile info for these ...


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You can write Calculated Formulas to do Column Validation; the result needs to be a TRUE or FALSE value For example: =UPPER([column])=[column] Returns true when the entry is all Uppercase =AND( UPPER([column])=[column] , NOT(FIND(" ",[column])) ) returns FALSE if the entry contains a space as well All (Excel like) Functions you can use in ...


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For Security Reasons, the browser does not allow Code to Access the local file System. Paths to local files require to be given by the user directly (eg. calling it using the Address-Box or selecting it for file upload).


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As you can see in msdn, the value inserted in the URL property cannot be a path to a local file. Instead, a valid value is a relative path to the site. Example: newUserCustomAction.set_url('/_layouts/create.aspx'); In your case, once you have the list populated with the files, the url action should point to the list item, not to the local file. Please ...


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You can use PreSaveAction() function to do your custom validation. This function is executed once you click on the submit button. return true to submit the form or else return false to stay in the same page. Add a js file to the page and insert the code as follows: function PreSaveAction(){ if($('#someid').val() == ''){ alert('Required field'); ...


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There is no possibility to return to the form from an Eventhandler. I had the same issue like you trying to validate something on editform. It is not so easy when you are trying to make asynchronous calls like you would need to do. Maybe take a look at Jslink and formvalidation: ...


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It sounds like others have had problems with editing pages in SharePoint 2013 and the page just refreshes instead of opening in edit mode and web part properties can't be changed. This is related to Internet Explorer 11 not running in compatibility mode. Read this article and the comment from Waseem Khan in the comments section: ...


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You don't add web parts to a list, you add them to a page. A good thing to keep in mind is that lists and libraries are where you store and manage your data, pages and web parts are for presenting it out. To add a web part, go to the page you want to add the web part to, then edit the page (you can do this using the Page tab in the ribbon if it's there, or ...


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Not sure but have you edited the page. Once the page is in edit mode then you would be able to see the Add a Web Part section.


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User with Site Collection Permission will be able to grant you back your lost permissions.


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Ask to someone who has higher permissions on the site. Or if you can access to the centra admin, set you as site collection administrator for that site.


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ask someone who has permission to the site or the site collection administrator. There is no other way


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If you're using SharePoint Foundation 2010, then this is a known issue where a custom list has a lookup field to another custom list that contains more than 20 items. If you set the value of the lookup field to "None," then you'll get the error. It looks like you'll need to apply an update to SharePoint to resolve the error. Here's more info: ...


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You may refer this link, if you can consider using the info-path form based solution. https://basquang.wordpress.com/2010/03/29/cascading-drop-down-list-in-sharepoint-2010-using-infopath-2010/


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I found two articles that looked useful. This first article did work with some caveats. While I was able to hide the Custom List and Document Library options from the catalogue, I could still search for it in the search bar, and if I sort the list differently, the apps would appear again. ...


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As per what Daniel suggested; #Add SharePoint PowerShell Snapin which adds SharePoint specific cmdlets Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell -EA SilentlyContinue #Load in the CSV $delimeter = "," $csvData = Import-Csv C:\CustomerData\customerspend.csv -Delimiter $delimeter #Site Collection where you want to upload files $webURL = ...


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SharePoint is not the best choice for this sort of application. Lists are not suitable for this type of storage because you will need lookups and then the item limit throttling will become a problem. If you must use lists then I see three lists Product lists Orders list, looking into products Items list looking into orders. This list is going to reach ...


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You need to use the Import-Csv to import the CSV data into PowerShell, and then you can loop through it. So if you have a specific value you want to compare against and then update a list item in SharePoint, in your case comparing Money and then updating the list item matching the Customer number, the following can be an inspiration: # Load in the CSV ...


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I pulled some scribles out of my OneNote, several options: CSS Add some extra styles to the existing CSS classes .ms-vb2 .ms-rtestate-field{ max-width:250px; max-height:38px; overflow:hidden; } .ms-vb2 .ms-rtestate-field:hover{ max-height:none; } In Chrome I use the StyleBot plugin to fool around with ...


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AFAIK There is no "Clicks and Done" way. If you know sharepoint desinger. Open your home page in SPD Insert custom new form webpart in webpart zone Save the page Please see if below mentioned links help Display New Form of a List in a Web Part page ...


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Keerthi's solution didnt seem to work for me, so I modified theirs and used the following: =CONCATENATE(TEXT([Work Date]-(WEEKDAY([Work Date],2)-1),"mm/dd/yyyy")," - ",TEXT([Work Date]+(7-WEEKDAY([Work Date],2)),"mm/dd/yyyy")) Breakdown: =CONCATENATE( TEXT([Work Date]-(WEEKDAY([Work Date],2)-1),"mm/dd/yyyy"), " - ", TEXT([Work Date]+(7-WEEKDAY([Work ...


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Duplicate: Issue with calculated column ID is 0 for newly created items because it gets its value from the database after the Formulas in Calculated Columns are evaluated. The only way to use ID in a Formula is to start a Workflow on Item creation, read the ID (the Workflow is executed after the item is created) and write the value to your Column CustomID ...


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Your right breakRoleInheritance will break everything. Test it out in front end UI. breakRoleInheritance : List will not inherit anything from sitecollection. You may need to add the remaining Groups in powershell again.


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Change the pagination of list views to how you want and copy the changed URL. The next time you paste this URL, you'll see your pagination persisted. Some background info on how this works: If you notice the URL when you change the page of the list view, you'll notice something like #InplviewHash appended. This is because in SP 2013, inplview.js handles ...


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I would create 3 different views with filters: View1 to display 1 to 35 items View2 to display 36 to 70 items View3 to display 71 to 100 items Add webparts to each column and select each webpart properties to display View1, View2 and View3. Tada...



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