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The parameters binding work if the XsltListViewWebPart's AsyncUpdate property is true. http://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/a/21077/20627


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The best way I can think of to accomplish this OOTB would be to create another list rather than using a choice filter. This way the users would be saving the same item instead of it reloading every time the page loads. With this new list, create a choice field of the options you need like you would for the filter. Then create one item in that list. Use ...


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You could save the choice filter selection into a cookie with javascript, then read it on every page visit and set the choice filter value accordingly


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You need two separate web parts. For the first, Edit Web Part > Edit the Current View > Sort by Created By / filter by some sort of open value Item Limit = 3 For the second one, there is no way (without doing some custom code) to show just the remaining records. You'll have to show the whole stack in the other one, sorted as you'd like.


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I have never heard of users in filters. This will get to be a pain to manage when new users are added. I would suggest creating 2 lists: ShiftA and ShiftB. Then create 2 SharePoint permission groups ShiftAGroup and ShiftBGroup that can view their own list only. Then on the web part page you place both lists out there. You as the owner/admin will see ...


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Check Search Query Tool out... There you can see all properties of the returning results. You can refine by path or something like that, to narrow down your results.. Not tested Query, but something like that should to it... Path<>"\\fileserver\folderA" Remember: If you want to refine or sort some properties, you have to configure the Managed ...


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SharePoint exposes an API, and you can find there a service for accessing lists and the list items: ListData.svc a wcf service that follows REST protocol. Here's a link with a tutorial on how to do it: http://www.learningsharepoint.com/2010/07/09/get-list-items-in-sharepoint-2010/ If you are having trouble with the CAML query, use the CAML query builder ...


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You don't need to reinvent the wheel I believe. From your requirement we can easily achieve using HTML Form webpart. And then connect it to a List View webpart for filtering. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Use-the-HTML-Form-Web-Part-to-filter-and-display-data-in-another-Web-Part-860b681c-38ad-43ff-a036-a60868497ff7 The good thing about this ...


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It is not. Explorer opens up a connection to the library and you see everything that you can see based on your permissions (namely non-approvers not seeing drafts). The only way to filter it is to map that folder to a drive, search for whatever it is you want to filter by and then save that search in Explorer, but that won't be at the same level of ...


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Indeed, the filter expression: $filter=(AuthorId eq <UserId>) does return the error in SharePoint on-premise: Column 'AuthorId' does not exist. It may have been deleted by another user The list of expressions that are supported in SharePoint Online/on-premise: $filter=(Author eq <UserId>) ...


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A managed property against your tagging column should be enough to fulfill your requirement. Follow the below steps to get your content returned by searching against the tagging fields. Create a page by tagging -> Crawl your content source (site) -> Crawled property will be created (for tagging column) -> Create a search managed through UI or PowerShell. ...


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You need to create a Result source, a Query rule and a Managed Property mapped to Tags column. Result Source would define that Search should return values form pages directory. Use path identifier here. Query rule will define that your keyword matches managed property. Follow this link


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Start and end of month calculated columns can be used to fix this. Try this link.


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You have to create the couple of couples with Date time type and calculated type in order to get this. Check this A sharepoint list view of the current month List View: Automatically Filter by Current Day, Month or Year


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It isn't too difficult to create a Calculated Column which adds a KeyUp eventlistner to the existing Searchbox in a view; enabling filtering of items. This does not create a searchbox above all columns. Since the magic is in a Calculated Column for every listitem it is very easy to add filtering for additional Columns detailed steps at: ...


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This error occurs since filter expression could not be applied for File Collection resource. From another hand, StudyId field is a property of List Item resource and not a File. Having said that, you could utilize the following query to return File with StudyId set to 123456: ...


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Libraries in SharePoint are a type of list. So, to query the library you use the same approach as querying a list. MSDN: https://msdn.microsoft.com/EN-US/library/office/fp142385.aspx Query the list (library): _api/web/lists/getbytitle('StudyDocuments')/items?$filter=... For each item returned, get the file properties ...


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Files endpoint doesn't support filtering. Hence you should use CAML query along with REST endpoint Url - http://test-site/_api/web/lists/getbytitle('StudyDocuments')/getitems Body - { 'query' : { '__metadata' : { 'type' : 'SP.CamlQuery' }, 'ViewXml' : '<View><Query><Where><Eq><FieldRef ...



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