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SharePoint offers this functionality OOTB (by default). It's located in the List Settings for the list, under the "Versioning Settings" category. Here's what the setting looks like: However, if you don't want this feature enabled for all items in the list, and ONLY want approval required for specific items (based on criteria) or items created by the ...


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The location attributive "CommandUI.Ribbon.ListView" will make the button appear in List view only. Its CommandUI.Ribbon.DisplayForm which shows it in Display form. You have perhaps some old artifact in the site. Try it on a new site collection and see what happens.


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I found a solution to my problem here. You have to remove the GetItems function from the AnonymousRestrictedTypes via powershell. Hope this helps others with this issue.


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In On Premise environment, we can disable the “Require Use Remote Interfaces permission” to let anonymous users access Client Object Model in Central Administration. If it is an Online environment, you can use SP.Site.updateClientObjectModelUseRemoteAPIsPermissionSetting Method to do the trick. <script type="text/javascript"> ...


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Make sure you are using field internal name. You can find the field internal name by opening the List Settings. And then right click the field and copy the URL. Paste the URL in notepad and check the query string value for Field=



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