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SharePoint provides Out of the box Issue Tracking List template. You can use this list as a bug tracking system. You can add columns to the list based on your requirements. We have been using Issue Tracing list in SharePoint for one of our projects quite successfully.


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If i remember it right, add the Posts web part, edit and select Summary View, apply and save and then select a Post Layout from the Blog Tools webpart, then you should get it looking like the blog again. ( Any HTML will render when you save the page. ) For you second question i cant really understand what you mean. What web part is missing? A picture might ...


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I just created a new site collection with the project template, and as you mention the 2 list are not added by default. Add the lists and you get them as web parts. If you ever are missing out any of the lists, just activate the Team collaboration list feature. Team collaboration lists provide the following: Libraries Form Library Picture Library ...


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You have two scenarios: Create view where show at only items with attachments. Plus: fast implement without code programmatically. Minus: You can only see the elements and not the files that are attachments. To see what attachments you have of inputs on each element separately. Create a webpart with view all attachments list (you can use a sandbox ...


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Sounds to me that you are looking for a SharePoint Designer workflow. What i can think of is this logic. When creating a workflow you get to choose the Start Options. Selecting both "Start workflow automatically when an item is created" - should check for User A in the assigned to column when the items is created, and email him/her. "Start workflow ...


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There are several ways by which you can guarantee that the target server has the necessary lists and schemas but leveraging STP package is a good practice. Package the lists into STP packages So let’s package SharePoint Issue Tracking list into a STP package. You can do this via either server UI or SPD UI as shown below. Then, you will see the ...


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Try going into the List Settings -> Advanced Settings and check the box to manage content types. You should then be able to click on the content type and have an option to hide selected columns and I think you can also reorder the columns. Changed made here will affect your Edit and Create views.


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You can create a Lookup column in one list that pulls data from another list. This will automatically create a drop down of values the user can select from.


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The most obvious thing would be to remove the previous value section from the appropriate template in the AlertTemplates.xml file. However, I cannot advise strongly enough to leave this alone. Customizing SharePoint alerts is both a black art and a Pandora's Box. It takes a fair amount of work to open it and once you do you regret it for as long as anyone ...


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SharePoint hides that section for: 1) Document Library 2) List created from issues list template 3) External lists. Your options: 1) Set ReadSecurity = 2 of your issues list programatically. I have not tried it but this is what SharePoint does behind the scene if that section was available in advanced settings page. Also set SPList.WriteSecurity as per ...


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Create a new view and set the filter Created By equals [Me]. Set that as the default view.



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