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You can do this with a little bit of custom code. The ideal solution will be either to place a custom action in the Item Context Menu or in the Ribbon. Then clicking that will do the copy of the current selected item and opens up the edit form of the newly created item. ...


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Are you using SPList.GetItemByID() ? If yes, try using SPList.Items.GetItemByID(). Also, check following: check that the data and log files for your content database (and the other databases as a mater of fact) are not full - autogrowth should be enabled for them if autogrowth is enabled check that there is enough space on the disk they are on if you ...


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The above issue is actually a bug. This can be observed on a Stand-alone server installation. Repro: Run: Set-SPFarm | Format-List * A part of the info will return Servers : {MyDomain.loc, MyOwnCorrentServerName} Unlike in the case of a farm installation, there is an extra entry MyDomain.loc While enumerating servers in the farm ( SPFarmTopology.cs, ...


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Create field on list 1 to store value -> Create a workflow so when you create item on List 1, it creates item on list 2. Then waits 1 minute, then updates List 1 with ID from List 2. This way the pause will allow the ID to be generated before attempting to update it. This works if you don't need immediate access to the ID link and can wait 1 minute for it to ...


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Why not submitting the second item first using REST or JSOM, and when it's submitted you get the ID and use it to link and submit the first item.


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One way to do this can be by creating an ItemAdded event handler in the first list. In the event handler code add an item in the second list and retrieve the ID of this newly created item and then finally update the lookup column in the first list using above ID.


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No you cannot do this. But you could restore it and then copy the list item to another list with powershell or code.


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Add Active Directory users group to the Contributors group of the list. And add active directory "Admin" group to the Owners group of the list. Then go to List settings and select Advanced settings. In Create and Edit access, select Create items and edit items that were created by the user


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This can be done through Power Shell. Below is a sample snippet $site = Get-SPSite http://<<Site URL>> $web = $site.RootWeb $list= $web.Lists["Documents"] $list.WriteSecurity = 2 $list.Update() Refer these links for more information about WriteSecurity Property - ...


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Can you open the list in sharepoint designer and create a new edit form and see if it works?



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