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Try setting ShowInNewForm, ShowInEditForm, ShowInDisplayForm to true $web = Get-SPWeb "http://test" $list = $web.Lists["listname"] $fields = $list.Fields.GetFieldByInternalName("nameofcolumn") $field.ShowInEditForm = $true $field.ShowInNewForm = $true $field.ShowInDisplayForm = $true $field.Update() $web.Dispose()


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Go to Document Library > Library Settings Click on the Advanced Settings Click 'Yes' in 'Allow management of content types?' Come to Library Settings Click on the 'Document' under 'Content Types' Click on 'Add from existing site or list columns' Choose 'List Columns' under 'Select columns from:' Add the columns which are not showing in the NewItem, EditItem ...


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Create a content types that inherits from Document that includes your additional columns. If you're creating a custom list definition in Visual Studio you can set the ShowInNewForm, ShowInEditForm etc attributes to True. Try this: https://spcolumnpermission.codeplex.com/ EDIT: 4. When creating your document library columns, under the Additional Column ...


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Do your InfoPath form controls for the lookup columns still exist as "multiple-selection" boxes instead of "list" boxes? This is what the part of the error that says "You may need to add or modify your form view to add or remove the updated fields" refers to.


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I solved it, the problem was that I was using a windows 2008 server and hasn't the desktop experience enabled, it seems that this enables webdav or so.


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You can add script to the save button, which would be as simple as: window.location.replace("your_new_page.com"); Just attach that to the save button with something like an onclick trigger, and it will redirect the user to that page. I'm not sure what you mean by "can'T get into the form's script," but if you can add code to the page.aspx form, write ...


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Yes you need to read infopath xml forms using powershell and pick up the fields you are interested in and then write each form as a CSV record. Useful resources, To Read contents of XML, [xml]$books = Get-Content C:\fso\Books.XML $books.catalog.book.title source And the build the contents in a string. Once you finish the XMl record then write it the ...


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A SharePoint list item can only have one content type (but one content type can extend another, which I will explain in the last paragraph...), so unless the fields you're trying to add belong to the content type of the item you're editing, they would never be available for that item anyway (which is why you can only add them to your infopath form as read ...


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Using Infopath, you can edit the existing new, edit and display forms for a list, or create your own ones and getting the results you are asking for. Editing the existing ones, you could be done in the matter of minutes. Customize a SharePoint List form using InfoPath Update: I saw your other post about InfoPath being discontinued in the future but add it ...


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In order to create a clean read only output for the user in multiple browsers the following needs to be performed: Hide the textarea, shown by non IE browsers. This textarea could simply be disabled and left visible but it contains HTML tags generated during rich text edit, not clean output. Hide the Rich Text Editor toolbar, shown within IE. Hide the ...


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Try this: to disable the textarea $("textarea[title^='What']").attr('disabled', 'disabled'); to hide $("textarea[title^='What']").css('display', 'none !important'); or $("textarea[title^='What']").parent().find("iframe").hide(); $("textarea[title^='What']").css('display', 'block !important'); $("textarea[title^='What']").attr('disabled', ...


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To remove resize in textarea, use resize:none CSS: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5235142/how-to-disable-resizable-property-of-textarea To disable it, use disabled attribute: http://www.w3schools.com/tags/att_textarea_disabled.asp Also, be aware that client side can be messed with: You can try doing it on $(document).ready() or $(window).load() to ...


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As Jesus Shelby mention, there is no code solution for the task that you are trying to achieve. Another useful link that can help you: http://alinimer.wordpress.com/2013/02/25/open-pages-and-forms-in-modal-dialog-for-sharepoint-2013/


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There is no "no code" resolution to that. You can create some declarative list instance that you deploy as a feature or use PowerShell to set it after the fact, but both of those are "code" solutions of one form or another. Here is an example from: http://get-spscripts.com/2010/10/change-sharepoint-list-settings-using.html #Change these variables to your ...


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Please check the list/library name given in the data connections(manage data connections) For me the document library url in the data connection was incorrect. It contained "//" instead of"/". The issue got resolved after correcting the same.



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