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You should convert the webpart object to the custom object. First include the dll's which has the custom webpart. Then do as below CustomWebPart cw = wpm.WebParts[0] as CustomWebPart; Now you can access the custom properties of that webpart.


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There are four sharepoint list columns that will allow multiple entries: Choice Lookup People/Person/Group Managed Metadata Obviously, persons would not be appropriate for this scenario. But the other three can all work. Generally speaking: Choice is good if you have a small amount of products. Lookup is good if you have a separate list for the ...


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Try to use the following code to show and hide a specific based on choice 'City' value $(document).ready(function(){ //Show/hide columns based on Choice Field Selection $("select[title='City']").change(function() { if ($("select[title='City']").val() != "other") { $('nobr:contains("OtherCity")').closest('tr').hide(); } else { $('nobr:contains("OtherCity")...


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You need to create a new page layout with the custom field to display. Below is the link for creating new page layout https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj822368.aspx


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At the bottom of library settings check the all Documents view where you should add or remove columns as you need and make sure it's the default view.



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