Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

I have two possible options for you to consider: Using the existing list, remove the permission setting, and filter the view to Created By equals [Me]. Then, edit the web part on the page and in the Advanced or Misc section (can't remember off hand) disallow the user to switch views. This is a soft security solution, which might work for say IT but ...


0

Actually i was able to update the Created, Author, Modified and Editor fields for the Discussions and Replies. It turned out to be pretty straight forward. Below is the code snippet of how i did this. newSPReply[SPBuiltInFieldId.Created] = replyResultset.GetDateTime(1); newSPReply["Author"] = getUserIDByLogonName(repliedBy); ...


1

Consider setting up permissions right after the topic is created. In simplest case you can do it manually: click Manage discussions link, select discussion and click Shared With: Or you can create a workflow for that, that would pick the settings from the field. This opensource project provides a set of workflow actions for setting permissions: ...


0

I don't see a way to achieve this with the community feature. How you might achieve this is to have discussions lists in your blank site (rather than the community feature), have unique permissions on each list and "share" this list with the people you wish to participate on a given topic. The question is, is a separate list for each topic overkill for your ...



Top 50 recent answers are included