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Client side rendering or code to set fields won't work in datagrid view. I recommend using a workflow. Using the Wait For action (run workflow on create) is a better option than checking the status every time an item is edited.


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A simple workflow could accomplish this. May need to add some additional logic to prevent due date from being set again if the item is going to be modified frequently.


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For client-side implementation, use JSLink to override field rendering. You can also add your javascript dropdown change handler to PostRender function of JSLink. Using server side, you can use event receiver to calculate Due Date on item created and updated events.


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If you already have the new, display, and edit forms in your library, and are just migrating documents, then no, do not migrate the 2007 forms.


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What you need is a formula at list item validation. Go to list settings, and find validation settings. The formula you need to use should be something like the below one: =IF([Status]="Closed",IF([Date Closed]=Today(),TRUE,FALSE),TRUE) Instead of checking the [Date Closed] to be today only, you might want to just check [Date Closed]>=Today(). Or, if ...


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You could achieve this with Sharepoint Designer. Select in Sharepoint Designer your list Create a new Form for each of your web parts (ex. newitemtest.aspx in the picture) Edit the new form removing the fields you want to hide from the userd Provide the users with the new links ex. if the list is called test: Lists/test/newitemtest.aspx Here is a ...


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Laura, you say that Parent ID is already a Lookup column. Lookup columns let you specify what the display value should be. Go to the settings for that column and look near the bottom for a dropdown of fields to choose. This will change the values in your form and will still use the ID as the actual lookup value. I would also like to note this is advice for ...


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you can create a new data view page in SharePoint designer and edit the link inside it to refer to edit form instead of display form,


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The correct and recommended way would be to use the Client Side Rendering feature of SharePoint 2013. You can refer to Item Link example here for achieving this. Client Side rendering is powerful alternative to XSLT modifications and is wonderfully explained by Andrei Markeev in the article linked above.



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