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In my BDC Model, I added "cast([Quantity] as int) as" before [Quantity] : And it display correctly Quantity as an int: Problem Solved :D


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I eventually solved this by adding this to the link #InplviewHashfda8118a-f32f-48f1-8782-f48da3428ba7= With causes SharePoint to remember the settings as the user adds more filters, where fda8118a-f32f-48f1-8782-f48da3428ba7 is the list id. So a complete url would be ...


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Finally I found the solution, it was with the _doPostBack function. It should be removed and then handled with help of two functions: • $('input[id^=' + controlID + ']').autocomplete({... • $('input[id^=' + controlID + ']').keypress(function(e){... The correct code is then: <script> $(document).ready(function(){ var itemSource = []; var ...


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Utilize the "Additional Filters" of the content query webpart, and use the following string for matches to the column you want to match on : [PageQueryString:filtervalue1]


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I had this exact issue and never found an answer, but in continuing to just "try stuff out," I stumbled across a solution. Go to "Edit View" and scroll down to the "Folders" link (or if you're creating the view for the first time, be sure to scroll down after setting your parameters) Click the plus sign next to Folders Click the radio button next to ...


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Remove the width and text-overflow:ellipsis from the CSS on the object Or overrule it with your own CSS


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Ok all... after going down all sorts of paths yesterday, I have a solution that I'd thought I'd add in case it helps anyone else. Actually I think this is pretty simple. I use Powershell scripts that run via the Windows task Schedule to overcome and do many things in SharePoint. So for me, the TRUE solution to never running into the 5,000 limit on any list ...


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Man I thought I was onto something big.... my comment above mentions that the Expired date for an Announcement Library would work except for the fact that it only gets set when the item is first created. However, if I follow that same logic but as a Calculated Column (not a Calculated Default Value) I can set it to return a "Date and Time" Value. Then I can ...


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Solution for 2nd Problem: I guess your database table column type as decimal(18, 20). If you correct it into decimal(18, 0) then you will not get decimal value in suffix. Solution in SharePoint By default external list have Read List.aspx view. By editing view in SharePoint Designer you can control the decimal value. Step 1: Open the list in SharePoint ...


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This may be related. Check your form for hidden fields. I had the same situation doing autofill on select boxes. There is one value for what is displayed and another for what is actually kept in the form data. ex. Select box is: But the values are actually stored in: so if you get the values from the Hidden id field you should be set.


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Yes this is the wrong track. You can create your own kind of "view" in Infopath with filtering your data connections directly. Here is a link which explains this with a User-Field from SharePoint http://www.bjw.co.nz/developer/sharepoint-2010/100-infopath-filter-data-shown-in-dropdown-list Let me know if you need further help.


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I would recommend something like this. I know you said your not great with JavaScript, but I think this is going to be your best option. I have found from personal experience that InfoPath is easy to start with, and powerful to an extent, but you will soon find its limitations and flaws. If/when that happens you will be going back and starting fresh with ...


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To return files use: _api/web/lists/getbytitle('Documents')/items?$filter=startswith(ContentTypeId, '0x0101') To return folders use: _api/web/lists/getbytitle('Documents')/items?$filter=startswith(ContentTypeId, '0x0120') I have tested this against SP2013 Online (O365), it should work against SP2010 as well. This works against all child content types as ...


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The View Filter can not do (x OR y) AND z it does: x OR y AND z So you have to move part of the logic into a Boolean type Calculated Column DocumentTypeFilter =OR( [DocumentType]="Dashboard" , [DocumentType]="Supporting Detail" ) And use DocumentTypeFilter=True in the View Filter You can not use [Today] in a Calculated Column, because those ...


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So I was able to solve this problem using a Content Query webpart and a Page value token. Instead of using the Data view I switched to a Content Query webpart and selected the page list in my subsite in the properties of the Content Query webpart. Then in the same properties area I set the filter values to the column I wanted to filter on "Functional Area" ...



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