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I don't know how many projects will be created throughout the span of your application or the background of your requirement , but i would suggest an alternative plan of considering to make your Project as a sub site instead of Document Set, since you need a separate task list,risk list, site feed etc for each project. So alternative way would be : Create ...


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Combining SharePoint 2010 – Autozoom Gantt Chart Web Part with my own code, i get this: <script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.8.0/jquery.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script><script type="text/javascript"> // By Cees Timmerman, 24oct12. $(function(){ setTimeout(function(){ ...


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I don't know if this could be considered an answer as opposed to just a comment. I don't have enough reputation to post a comment, but I can post an 'answer'. :D You can't use SP Designer to customise a Gantt View in SP2010, unfortunately. As for javascripting, I did a bit of digging on this by creating a Gantt view with a lookup, and then I copied the ...


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Each task is a single item. On default they are separated even if they are belong to one user. Probably you must use custom view (Visual Studio).


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A Gantt chart can be scalled up and down by using the ribbon. You can also use JavaScript to do this and scale down the chart when loading the chart, Add a Script Editor WebPart or Content Editor WebPart and use code like this <script src="indicate jquery.js location here" type="text/javascript"> $(function(){ setTimeout(function(){ for (var ...


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After review, it appears that the title field is a required element and cannot be removed. However it can be renamed.


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If you want, you can hide the Title column in editing item in Content Type in List Setting, and it won't appear in NewForm also EditForm. But when you do that, the first column is not display as a link and show menu edit item will be gone too.


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Yes, you cannot create an item in a document library without an associated file. Inline editing lets you fill in the column data, but does not have an interface for uploading a file, and thus cannot be used to create new documents in a library. This behavior is inherent to document libraries. Every item in a document library needs to have an underlying file ...


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Whe you are on your list page, click on "List" in the toolbar. Then Create view. Then select "Gantt View". Give it a name and select the properties you want. Ok. On your page, you select your list, "Edit Web Part" on the top right corner of your list. Under "Selected view", choose the one you just made. And Voilà!


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I doubt if it would be possible to do so if you want to use the out-of-the-box webparts. If I would have to solve something like this a the moment, I would build a small AngularJS app, add that app to the document set page and call the rest endpoint of the task list(s) to get the data. Depending on the context of the Angular app you could set a filter on the ...


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I got it figured out. You have to enable the edit column on the project task list. The "edit item" button isn't an option at any time for this list. Instead you add the "edit item" column on the list and it will give you a pencil icon in that column for each entry. Here is a walk through of how to fix it with screen shots if you need more information on ...


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What browser are you using? The Gantt view only really works with IE (unfortunately), although it seems to render just fine in Chrome and Firefox initially. It's not until you interact with it in those browsers that you'll notice it doesn't work. IE Tab for Chrome is a great solution for getting IE functions (namely, Active-X controls) without having to ...


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If you save a site that has a page on it that contains this Gannt view, you can import this exported solution in Visual Studio and see how SharePoint provisions the Gannt view. This is an example from SP2103 <View List="Lists/Taken" DisplayName="" Url="" DefaultView="FALSE" BaseViewID="8" Type="GANTT" WebPartOrder="0" WebPartZoneID="Left" ...


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Using CSS, I've been able to hide the left pane. div[id$='JSGrid_leftpane'] { display: none; }


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Ah, got it. First, fetch the dynamic controlid. For our purposes, the non-dynamic part of it is _ListViewWebPartJSGrid_leftpane_mainTable, so we'll jQuery that. var $trackingGridID = $("[id$=_ListViewWebPartJSGrid_leftpane_mainTable]").attr("id"); $('#' + trackingGridID).css("background-color", "blue"); //this will fetch: ...


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Just being trying to find an extension point for the list view web part when it displaying a Gantt Chart view. If you add a list view to a page of your list and then switch to the Gantt Chart view you get an option to override the XSLLink with custom XSLT. However, if you apply the web part properties then those options disappear. So, the Gantt chart in ...


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If you don't already have anything that is linked to that list as a lookup, you can do that manual switch. HOWEVER, be aware, that anything you already had linked into that list will change if you delete your data and reimport with the sorted values. You risk doing more harm than good that way. You're better off finding a solution that will allow for ...


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There's a Gantt View option for lists, I've tried that before and it's not bad, but I had problems when the project timeline was larger than the web part view, scrolling looked ugly. I'm sure some CSS could have fixed it up, but I wasn't looking to invest a lot of time in it, just experimenting. Definitely not comparable to MS Project or Project Server. I ...


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The first thing that comes to mind is that the destination sites don't have the features enabled to support Gantt charts. I don't know exactly which feature it is (possibly the Team Collaboration Lists feature?), but you could compare the activated features of the working site to the destination site. Beyond that, the only thing I can think of is ...



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