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If you have created ManagedProperties for each of your column than, use simple js to build your query. So lets say user entered Title, DocumentId than build your query like Title:Value Or DocumentId:Value For All scenario you can do Title:Value Or DocumentId:Value Or Sort:Value .... Other approach for All scenario is, create a managed property and include ...


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I'm assuming you're talking about using the FilterField and FilterValue query string parameters: You can filter on fields that are not displayed in the dataview. I would actually probably make a seperate querystring parameter for your data view in SP Designer, then you can use an OR condition in the list filter and not make any new fields (you also avoid ...


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You can make use of Calculated columns, create your column 'TitleDescription' with 'Calculated Column' as type and use the below formula to concat the Title and Description, =[Title]&[Description] The above code will concat the two column value. EDIT: Calculated columns in SharePoint 2010 are similar to formulas in Excel spread sheet. Their result ...


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I found the answer to my problem. By default, grouped lists are set to be collapsed. If you change this to expanded by default, the list filters as expected. Another wonderful hidden feature of SharePoint maybe?


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I have deployed and tested on SharePoint 2013 SP1 package and have some noticeable improvements (Please refer to my list). Filtering is now working. Sorting is now working. However, if I filter other fields other than metadata, upon sorting, all these other fields will reset. (still a bug, but already improved) N/A Just to side track a bit. The ...


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Give specific permissions for the items in the list which the lookup field looks up in. Set group Green to be the only ones with read permissions on all the items in the list with the shade of green and they should only be able to see those in the lookup field.


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I fixed it by removing the "multiple values" check! Who knew?


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their is no OOTB way to filter the LookUp. Their are couple of options you can try. Use SharePoint designer with a text column to get this Applying Filters to Lookup Fields with the SharePoint 2013 REST API their is codePlex solution for this


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Here I am going to fill DropdownList 'ddEmp' with all the values present in the List 'EmpInfo' where userID is equal to current userId. if(!Page.IsPostBack) { using(SPSite siteColl= new SPSite("http://hjkdh.com")); { using(SPWeb web1=siteColl.OpenWeb()); { List mylist= mywb.List("EmployeeInfo"); ...


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Do I understand correctly that you want to limit your search results to wiki pages only containing a specific enterprise keyword? If so, that is quite easy - just add a query rule:


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Or you could use something easier, like allowing folders in your list, then setting permissions for each folder.


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Here is the script that I use : <script type="text/javascript"> function recolorThis() { var t = document.getElementById("{6638F2B6-64E3-4D26-BE78-24E38C8F3847}-{B150AAD8-6D16-46ED-98BF-8CFBC3E4BF20}"); //First, we cycle through the rows for(i=1; i<t.children[0].children.length; i++) { //Now we cycle through the each field in one row ...


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@BrandonC. var t = document.getElementById("{6638F2B6-64E3-4D26-BE78-24E38C8F3847}-{B7E882E9-A099-47D1-95C9-9E8CAF00E5B7}"); for(i=1; i<t.getElementsByTagName("tbody")[0].children.length; i++) { It doesn't "enter" in the loop, I wrote something wrong? My ID is too long, that's why I created a variable. ...


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There are two ways: Create a view where you filter for the value of the last modified field, and compare it to the value of [today-7]. Create a view with calculated column with filter =[Modified]+7, and its return type is DateTime, which will returns the documents changed within the last 7 days more information on creating view and filter is here ...


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Create a new view and click the 'Make this the default view' checkbox. This will be your default view from now on and obviously you can build it according to your requirements.


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Okay, I solved it. And you can't tell me it doesn't work, because I can see it with my own eyes :) So, that javascript you are running from that guy is unecessary, and it makes things more difficult that they should be. So you have three columns. One column has the status, one column determines the color, and the final column has the div tags. And it's ...


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there is no out of the box method that will do what you want. You have several methods you can do. 1) the least ammount of coding possible would be to query the list based on user to only display items attached to that user only! this would be done using sharepoint designer to add the query directly to the allitems.aspx page for the list view. You could ...


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Okay, this is a very verbose answer, only because I cannot think of another way around this. I will try to answer this as easily as I possibly can (no offense to you, I don't mean to make it sound like I am trying to speak down to you, it just involves a lot of steps that involve arguments that will be different for me as they are for you. To answer your ...



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