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I am in the same situation and would have thought this feature would be present in a product such as this. Your link was quite interesting although like you I didn't really want to have to delve into too much code (especially JavaScript) to get such a simple thing working like this. I basically came up with a crude method myself of creating a custom column ...


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The rich text field will contain html markup, which by default may be displayed "as-is" on the xslt view. A solution for this problem - should this be the case - is to render the value of that field as html and not as plain text, which will cause the following example: <div class="ExternalClass13B6DE041BA246688B35022ED990042A"> <strong>test ...


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I think I would create a content type that handled the fields and then build a list based on the Content Type. From there you could write a couple filter web parts or use the SharePoint Search Services to handle the list queries for the user. Search is much faster than other access methods. (Actually all this is easier in 2013, but you probably guessed I'd ...


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Check-in/ Check-out is only available for document libraries. The physical check in/out process is done on the SPFile (document) and not the list item. List items can be tracked using versioning. sharepoint does not allow entry of values concurrently, meaning if you are modyfying list item 1 and user 2 also trys to do it, only after user 1 changes are ...


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So this is the way, that I ended up doing it. It works, it's been tried and tested and no issues of errors. Caml Query with an ID column for comparing using (ClientContext clientContext = new ClientContext("https://mydomain.sharepoint.com/")) { SecureString passWord = new SecureString(); foreach (char c in "mypassword".ToCharArray()) ...


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Since CSOM supports Request Batching that allows to minimize the number of messages that are passed between the client and the server, it matters how operations are submitted to the server using ClientContext.ExecuteQuery method: ClientContext.ExecuteQuery method performs the actual request to the server, it could contain single or multiple operations. So, ...


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You can do this just adding the Look up column in the Calendar list, which will pull the Birthday column for the list and display in calendar. here is detail who you can do this(they use the task list but you do it according to your need). ...


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Firstly, you have to create a Calendar View for the First List having birthdays. Then you can use the concept of 'Calendar Overlay' to achieve your requirement. Details : http://deannaschneider.wordpress.com/2011/09/28/calendar-overlay-a-simple-sharepoint-2010-ootb-master-calendar/


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Here is the script that I use : <script type="text/javascript"> function recolorThis() { var t = document.getElementById("{6638F2B6-64E3-4D26-BE78-24E38C8F3847}-{B150AAD8-6D16-46ED-98BF-8CFBC3E4BF20}"); //First, we cycle through the rows for(i=1; i<t.children[0].children.length; i++) { //Now we cycle through the each field in one row ...


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@BrandonC. var t = document.getElementById("{6638F2B6-64E3-4D26-BE78-24E38C8F3847}-{B7E882E9-A099-47D1-95C9-9E8CAF00E5B7}"); for(i=1; i<t.getElementsByTagName("tbody")[0].children.length; i++) { It doesn't "enter" in the loop, I wrote something wrong? My ID is too long, that's why I created a variable. ...


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You can use server side object model to add items to your list on button click: SPWeb mySite = SPContext.Current.Web; SPListItemCollection listItems = mySite.Lists[TextBox1.Text].Items; SPListItem item = listItems.Add(); item["Title"] = TextBox2.Text; item["Stock"] = Convert.ToInt32(TextBox3.Text); item["Return Date"] = Convert.ToDateTime(TextBox4.Text); ...


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Okay, I solved it. And you can't tell me it doesn't work, because I can see it with my own eyes :) So, that javascript you are running from that guy is unecessary, and it makes things more difficult that they should be. So you have three columns. One column has the status, one column determines the color, and the final column has the div tags. And it's ...


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Okay, this is a very verbose answer, only because I cannot think of another way around this. I will try to answer this as easily as I possibly can (no offense to you, I don't mean to make it sound like I am trying to speak down to you, it just involves a lot of steps that involve arguments that will be different for me as they are for you. To answer your ...



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