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Why create a new checkbox when you can take advantage of the default SharePoint functionality. var ctx = SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var items = SP.ListOperation.Selection.getSelectedItems(ctx); for (var i in items) { alert(items[i].id); //do manipulation here } You do any manipulation with the returned item collection.


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JSLink is one possible solution for your scenario. Just create a site column and add it to the CType that has been added to the doc libs and write your custom code inside .js file to change the site columns rendering in the view. Let me know if your have any questions.


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I found a few things that could potentially be the issue. It could be browser setting or Office corruption. You may also want to check to make sure that datasheet view isn't read-only. Check these links for more details. SharePoint Datasheet view in Read-only mode ? Try these Solutions Unable to enter new item in Task list through Data sheet view


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By "unsightly HTML" do you perhaps mean something like this? <nobr><span><a href="/yoursite/_layouts/userdisp.aspx?ID=1">Some User</a><img border="0" height="1" width="3" src="/_layouts/images/blank.gif"/><a href='javascript:;' onclick='IMNImageOnClick(event);return false;' class='ms-imnlink'><img name='imnmark' ...


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Turns out: Quick Links are different between different people/groups. The Library wasn't showing in the Quick Links so I assumed that I couldn't access it. Document Version Draft Item Security was set to Approve + Author only. When following a direct link, it would take me to an empty library. Solution: Setting Draft Item Security to 'Any user who can ...


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If you have prepared your environment to use SharePoint Apps, you can use the free Download Multiple Documents app from the store.


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I forgot to check-in the documents. Thanks kesava


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Check in - check out feature in the document library needs to be turned OFF.


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However, there is another way to handle your problem using a list and placing the document as attachment. This only if you do not need any feature on the document (versioning, approval etc). This is a workaround if you want to avoid depending on a workflow. I have tested and if you send the link to a person that does not have rights to view the entry, even ...


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There is a workflow feature in the standard SP designer 2010 template (you have it if you are on sp 2010 or 13 or online, you do not have it if you are on SP 2007) called impersonation step. This is one of the many pages that explain it http://blogs.sharepoint911.com/blogs/jennifer/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=91 If you google sharepoint workflow ...


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Possible the problem caused by property promotion for Office documents. It hopes that metadata inside document is correct and overrides it. It ussualy happens when you upload a document that is already taken from SharePoint and it has some server property information inside. You can solve this with different approaches: Change steps how you work with ...


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I have used One Drive for coping files from a site to a site collection and didn't have any problems with that. I had to ask users to close all documents first and I've disabled 'Edit' rights for everyone except Admin to avoid any syncing problems. Also, if you have Check in/out enabled you need to disable this for the move and enable it again after all ...


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How about drag/dropping files into the document Library (opened in an HTML5 browser) from the Windows Explorer? Or mapping the network drive from the Newtork node in the Windows Explorer?


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Steps: 1)Open SharePoint Designer 2)Navigate to All Files. 3)select your document library and right-click library > rename. 4)Url is changed accordingly.


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Instead of uploading CV to different document library, you can attach it to list item. Click on new item In the ribbon, go to EDIT tab & click on Attach File, then you will get Browse.. button for uploading. Upload the CV file & click OK. Other way: Create lookup column in list on document library In your list, Go to List Settings > Create ...


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Could not find any real help online or from M$, but I replaced all my image tags with the following and it seems to stop the image corruption: <img id='imgsmall0' src=""></a><script>var imgSrcData0 = "img data here instead of in the src of img"; document.getElementById("imgsmall0").src = imgSrcData0;</script>


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You Just need to change the name of Page to something else other than default or Home. Your Issue will be resolved.


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To achieve this goal you can use JSLink in SharePOint 2013 or SharePOint Online. You need to do that: Set JS Link property in List View Web Part We can use JSLink property included in SharePoint 2013 List View Web Parts – Create a new Standard view – Edit main page of the view – Edit XSLTListViewWebPart properties – Set JS Link property as ...


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Researching your error message I found the following link from a user with the same issue, which appears to have resolved the problem for them - Server error: The URL is invalid. It may refer to a nonexistent file or folder or refer to a valid file that is not in the current Web However, I also found the following from Microsoft which provides a solution ...


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You can write an event receiver for document library and check on itemupdated or updating event if the publishing state has been changed. You can use the ModerationInformation to see if it is in a published version or not. Approved is published. If you don't have approval, you can go for "Level", where 1 is published and 2 is unpublished. Example: ...


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This is the Minimal Download Strategy feature. Simply go to Site Settings, Manage site features, and deactive Minimal Download Strategy and you'll get normal URLs again.


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If the list items are getting created by custom forms then create a column that can have a concatenated value of first two level of filters(in your case Technology and app_status). Index the column, now you should be able to use that column in your CAML Query.


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This is one big disadvantage, well there is no way to increase that threshold in SharePoint Online, all you can do is create different views and query them or split the list into multiple. ClientContext context = new ClientContext("http://sp2013sps/sites/test"); List list = context.Web.Lists.GetByTitle("List66688"); context.Load(list); ...


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The simplest approach is to secure the document to just yourself. Then it will only appear in YOUR results and no one else.


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Adding to jkandiko's answer (which worked for me), If the URL of the page containing your document list web part is http://www.mySharePoint.com/SitePages/Home.aspx, append the text ?RootFolder=((Path to target folder)) to this URL. The ?RootFolder=((...)) can be found by navigating to the target folder in the document library, then checking the ...


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If it is just one document in a document library of many files, I would go into Central Admin and create a Search Exclusion rule for the file and it won't appear in the index. It might be listed as Remove Search Results, I only have 2010 on prem atm and 2013 delivered via Office 365 so I can't verify the exact language in Central Admin of 2013 on prem. An ...


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This problem is most probably with ASP.NET Impersonation. Solution: Disable the ASP.NET Impersonation at the Server level and "SharePoint Web Services" level. Via: IIS > Authentication > ASP.NET Impersonation https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2291790?wa=wsignin1.0 IF no ECS configured in the farm then check this ...


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I faced similar issue, my Excel documents opened in Client inspite of setting to open in browser. In my case problem was with the file format. The Excel file was saved as .xls, so we saved the file in .xlsx format and then it opened in browser.


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1.In SharePoint Central Administration, navigate to: Application Management > Manage Web Applications > [Web Application] > General Settings. 2.In the Browser File Handling section, choose Permissive. Users now have the option to open a file as well as save it.


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I don't know if this workaround yet works (seems to be obsolete based on the comments here), but you should be able to map the document library as a local drive, for example, O:, and then use the Copy-Item cmdlet to copy the entire folder structure recursively (see here): Copy-Item O:\ –destination '\\GRAPE\Documents\migrated' -recurse -container


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To open the Office docs in browser itself: Go to Library setting--> Advanced Settings --> In section Opening Documents in the Browser, set Open in browser .


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Fix was to use an XML space escape for the library name <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <Elements xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/"> <Receivers ListUrl="Test&#032;List"> <Receiver> <Name>DocumentFactoryItemAdded</Name> <Type>ItemAdded</Type> ...


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Hiding Upload files using Windows Explorer instead is not the best practice. SharePoint takes care of view permission OOB provided we set it correctly. SharePoint do not show any item or document to a user who does not have permission to view. Coming to your case, where in document library you have 2 folders confidential and public. We can set item level ...


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Hiding does not resolve a security issue. He can still enter the webdav URL into an Explorer window by itself. However, if he is able to view and alter the Folders in the Explorer-mode, he does have rights to do so, so he can do the same Thing in many other ways (via the UI or the Client-Object model through Javascript or C#-API) if that is a security ...


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It depends on your requirements. The webpart that displays that image is just a static link to an image, so the only way that could change is if you created several distinct document set content types and changed the image for each content type. So, you'd have a Finance Docset content type with one welcome page image, an HR docset content type with ...


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You can disable this with css by setting the drag and drop div style to display: none !important. The !important is required to override the inline styles which are set dynamically. For pages with a single document library use the id or class e.g. #ms-dnd-dropbox{ display: none !important; } .ms-dnd-dropbox{ display: none !important; } For pages with ...


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You can check that in library setting under "Manage files which have no checked in version"


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There are some third party solutions like SharePoint Cascaded Lookups from Codeplex, or using jQuery or Cross site and cascaded lookup from Virtosoftware.


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Since displaying an entire document library to unauthenticated users doesn't seem to be possible, as a workaround I created a page where I can add documents to be displayed to users as required.


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Make sure you have followed each steps rightly 1)Enabling the anonymous access to the Web application from Central Admin 2)Enabling the Anonymous permissions in Web application settings. Go to Site Permission screen http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/569965/GrantingplusAnonymousplusAccessplustoplusSharepoin


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Looks like this feature is not supported but still you want their is one workaround for this but not supported .doing unsupported things generally equals "trouble", if not immediately, then later, so even if you can actually get this to work Read the reply from Peter Jamieson on Mail Merge from SharePoint 2013 ...


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Recommended approach is to use Custom Action and push it through Feature Receiver Another option is to edit page and add Script Editor Web Part then hide required elements using jQuery('.ms-cui-ctl-menu').hide();


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It's a setting on the web application: General Settings --> Resource Throttling. You can then disable the daily time window. I can't say I have ever used it but I would expect your indexed views or metadata filter navs to work regardless. I'd be interested to know if turning this off has any effect.


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It's a metadata model for Electronic Document Management (EDM) specifically for biopharmaceuticals. Details can be found here: http://www.diaglobal.org/zh-CN/News-and-Publications/Publications-and-Research/EDM-Corner.aspx With some work you should be able to set this up as managed metadata.


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As per your link I assumed that you have done following process. you have created column in your list and same column you have added in the document library. that means you have created Multi Line of text(with rich text) site column and added same column to list as well as library and you are creating document from template(in template you have added ...


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When you define Column Default Settings for a Library or folder, this information is included in any list template that you save on this basis. However, when instantiating a new library from your list template, the Defaults you have entered previously remain linked to the OLD (original) library. So, the reference isn't updated to match the newly created ...


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If you could use SharePoint Desiner you can export the library view webpart (as List and library view pages are web part pages - they have “Edit Page” in the Site Actions menu"). After simple upload exported webpart to webparts gallery, and after add that webpart to every subsite like you add any other webparts (it will be in Custom webparts section).


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Instead of having a "copy" of the library in each sub-site, It would be a good approach to follow the below steps to keep things simple and OOB: Give the link of the document library to users of sub-site Give permissions to users on the library.


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You can use Content Query webpart for this.The CQWP is part of the Publishing feature which is only available in the Enterprise plans and not in the Small Business plan.


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Issue resolved using PowerShell. As "User1100" suggested I did need to set maximum list template site using following command stsadm -o setproperty -propertyname max-template-document-size -propertyvalue 367001600 Then also list template was not being saved then I realized that default maximum size for document in document library is 50MB by default (as ...



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