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At least three options are available: Option 1 Retrieve File Url via projected File object: /_api/Web/Lists/getByTitle('<list title>')/items?$select=File/ServerRelativeUrl&$expand=File Option 2 Retrieve File Url via FileRef property: /_api/Web/Lists/getByTitle('<list ...


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Assuming it's a Document Library, you can use $expand to bring information from the File along with the query Should be something like this: /sites/mysite/_api/web/lists/getbytitle('Rotating%20Banner')/items?$select=Id,Title,File/ServerRelativeUrl&$expand=File


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In SharePoint 2013 View Selector Menu is rendered using the ClientPivotControl control (clienttemplate.js) How to control View Selector Menu in SharePoint 2013 The parameter SurfacedPivotCount determines how many view items are displayed in List View header, it is declared in ClientPivotControl control: ClientPivotControl.prototype = { ...


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Not sure if this would work but try: Browse to your list Go go List-->List Settings Click on "Advanced Settings" Scoll down, there is a quick edit option to switch on or off and test this link Ghosting, Unghosting, Customized, and Uncustomized Ghosted = Un-Customized, The asp.net parser renders the page. Unghosted = Customized, Controlled by the ...


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There is no built-in method for retrieving List by its Url, in C# CSOM the following method could be used for that purpose: public static List LoadListByUrl(ClientContext context,string listUrl) { var lists = context.LoadQuery(context.Web.Lists.Where(l => l.RootFolder.ServerRelativeUrl == listUrl)); context.ExecuteQuery(); return ...


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Open the library in Internet Explorer. Click a checkbox in its list. Click the Library tab in the Library Tools tab at the top. Edit Library (this will open the library in Sharepoint Designer). Uncheck "Display this list on the Quick Launch" if you only need it gone there. Save. Edit list columns and delete all lookup columns. Save and ignore value range ...


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A little JavaScript employing jQuery does the job just perfectly. $(document).ready( function () { // has to be on an interval for grouped doc libraries // where the actual links are loaded only once a group // is expanded setInterval( function () { $("a[onclick*='return DispEx'][target!='_blank']") ...


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List View web parts in 2013 have the ability to be searched OOB through the web part properties. THere is a webpart property called "Display Search Box" that allows on the fly search of that list/library.


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Libraries are associated with documents, it's required to have a document in a library. If you aren't bringing over a document, there is no reason to use a library. Otherwise if you want to move the items over to a different list, the idea is to use powershell: $sourceweb = get-spweb http://sourceweb $destinationweb = get-spweb http://destinationweb ...


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I found the solution to this with a very simple workaround. I gave all users view only permissions Then i changed in the asset list to edit mode Select the web part with the specific list and click "Edit Web Part" In the Advanced settings under "Target Audiences" enter all the users/groups that should still be able to view the items in the list After ...


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You have to break the inheritance of library from site. No need to have either group or individual user in site containing "Limited Access" permission. Now, give access to user in library through library setting> library permission to user as read permission. Note the url of library, then hit the browser with that url logging with read permission user. It ...


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No. Enforcing check out before a file can be edited is a setting that can only be applied at the library level, not for a single document. The same goes for versioning. It's all or nothing.



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