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Follow these steps: Navigate to C:\inetpub\wwroot\wss\Virtual Directories\your web app's virtual directory here. You can also open IIS Expand Sites Right click on your SharePoint site Choose explore proceed to step 2 Copy and paste the web.config file (making a backup) Open web.config using notepad Search for “CallStack” , set this equal to true Search ...
In this post you can find a detailed explanation on how to find the real error message: 4 Steps to Get the Real Error Message from SharePoint 2013 Log Files Maria Grazia Merlo www.mariagraziamerlo.com
Answered here: Customize Error/Alert Messages on New/Edit/Display Forms Using the SharePoint PreSaveAction and a yielded function (when the Form can't be saved)
That String is not available in the Strings Resource object, so you can only get it after it is displayed in the Browser. That is possible by using SharePoints own PreSaveAction function where you can do your own checking. This function must return a boolean. A true tells SharePoint to go ahead and save the form. So: if you return true and SharePoint ...
Open the newform.aspx in sharepoint designer convert the form to xslt form, where you can change the value if you are xslt expert , otherwise it will be mess up or use the jquery code suggested in your link
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