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Audience Targeting would be your best bet if you're using a web part since it will only load the part if a user falls into specific groups.


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After some research time I found the way to show that little dropdown :) You have to include in your custom form this: <SharePoint:ChangeContentType runat="server" id="ContentType_" ControlMode="Edit"/> In order to be able to select the content type you want for your item


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You can use PreSaveAction() function to do your custom validation. This function is executed once you click on the submit button. return true to submit the form or else return false to stay in the same page. Add a js file to the page and insert the code as follows: function PreSaveAction(){ if($('#someid').val() == ''){ alert('Required field'); ...


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There is no possibility to return to the form from an Eventhandler. I had the same issue like you trying to validate something on editform. It is not so easy when you are trying to make asynchronous calls like you would need to do. Maybe take a look at Jslink and formvalidation: ...


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The form will still be compatible, and the digital signatures will remain in tact. (see caveat at the bottom) Why? The user's form (an .xml file) contains no references to the form template's form id, so it's none-the-wiser. The form id is used, however, for caching purposes on the local machine. Your computer will check its cached versions of the form for ...


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I've found simple solution. Here is step-by-step guide: Download jquery.min.js and put it, for example, in Assets library. Open Document library (one where you want to have preview on editform) and on ribbon click Library - Form Web Parts - Defalut Edit Form On Edit Form page click Add a Web Part and insert Content editor Web Part. Click Edit Source and ...


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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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You can use the custom solution provided by SPGuys. It will allow you to set permissions at View Level as well as Column Level. SPGuys Column and View Permissions


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Create a sharepoint group for Manager (i.e. Corp_Manager) and Employee(i.e. Corp_Employee). Then on each view, do the following: Go to the SharePoint View. Edit the Page. Edit the Web Part of the view. Under Advanced Options, there should be a Target Audience field there. Put the name of the SharePoint Group that should have access on that view. Click ...


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SharePoint is not the best choice for this sort of application. Lists are not suitable for this type of storage because you will need lookups and then the item limit throttling will become a problem. If you must use lists then I see three lists Product lists Orders list, looking into products Items list looking into orders. This list is going to reach ...



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