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Should this field be editable to SPGroupA and not editable to SPGroupB? You can use javascript scom to find the SP group that the current user belongs to : http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22122139/check-if-current-users-belongs-to-sp-group-using-javascript-client-side-object-m And then make the field read-only : ...


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I have code I use to upload files using the filereader object. The uploadFile function is called on the event change of a file input and passes the event.target.files to the function. If you are using IE you will need to use a polyfill to provide the same functionality. I have used https://github.com/Jahdrien/FileReader. Event Object: jQuery('#' + ...


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Assigning permissions at the column level is not possible. My workaround: Create a calculated column (for example "Column001_copy") and give it the formula: "=[Column001]". Display this column in the list view for your user instead of the editable column.


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Probably the most simple option would be just to hide List View Toolbar Open the page in Edit Mode Go to XLV web part properties and specify Toolbar Type: No Toolbar That's it. P.S. Of course, you could accomplish the same task using CSS or JavaScript , but what for..


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Edit the page and add the following CSS inside the content editor webpart: td.ms-list-addnew { display: none; }


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Can't you just click the actual link instead?


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This is a file that's located on the server's file system. Microsoft definitely doesn't recommend changing this file for the following reasons: Having multiple web front ends means you will have to change the page layout on each of these servers. If the different servers are using different files on their file system, different users will get different ...


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Version numbers are controlled by the system and there is no OOTB way to change it to 0.I don't think you can change it via coding. I think may be event receiver works for you but you are going to lower number which i believe not possible at all.


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I found that I'm adding wrong list template. var list = web.Lists; lists.Add(TasksListNameListName, "", SPListTemplateType.Tasks); I should have used TasksWithTimelineAndHierarchy insted of Tasks! Then you get the checkbox out-of-the-box :) var list = web.Lists; lists.Add(TasksListNameListName, "", SPListTemplateType.TasksWithTimelineAndHierarchy);


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I don't know why this column is missing in your view editor, but you could just make a new column as a calculated field with formula =[% Complete]>=1 (like in the original one) and return type is yes/no. Can you try that and look if this column would appear in your list view Editor?


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Did you try to set the view to Basic style.. then reset them back to "Default" ? It did the trick for our environment. And also make sure you have applied the latest Microsoft SharePoint patches. Otherwise I think the problem is that check boxes don't show up on the view . Why don't you make the column drop down list with to option Completed or not and I ...


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I would do this way. Create SharePoint User group for each department so that i can easily manage the permissions. as each department have own site collections, I will create a Shared Docuemtn library in each site collection. Then break inheritance and give full control to the department which it belongs and add reset department groups as read only. Always ...


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I would say that if there are going to be multiple lists for each of your scenarios, I would go with creating a sub-site with that permission set. Otherwise, if you know that there will only ever be one list/library with that permission set, a list with a broken (custom) permission set seems more appropriate.



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