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This will be hard to implement in a workflow. Because of two issues Get the list of emails - The main reason is to get all items, which require some kind of loop. In 2010 this is not supported out of the box Run every day and sent emails (I am not sure about how frequently you want this to execute. For #1 above we can solve it using some workarounds are ...


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You can create a view and set following properties Group By = Choice Field Sort = Modified Descending Order Now you can open the view using SharePoint Designer and modify the XSLT to limit the items per group to one.


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I believe you are formatting the data using CSR. In that case you have full control over how the data will be rendered. Hence the easiest way to tackle this is, add the field to the View and then using CSS/JavaScript hide the fields you don't want to display. Else you should make another service call to get the data. Here is a sample you can try with ...


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You can add additional lookup field or select lookup field as ID in field settings: To Select Lookup Field as ID instead of Title: To Select ID as well as Title


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The Visual Web Part template references the Extensions DLL that comes in .NET 3.5, but does not register all of the namespaces. This means the namespace System.Web.UI.WebControls needed for ListView is missing. Below this line: <%@ Register Tagprefix="asp" Namespace="System.Web.UI" Assembly="System.Web.Extensions, Version=3.5.0.0, Culture=neutral, ...


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Personal views would be created by the user himself, if you have a column in the list (hidden) for all items called: ViewedBy of type People Picker, then you would populate this column with the user's name for all items he would want to see, and then create a view to items where ViewedBy == TheUser. That would not be the best solution, but if you're not ...


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You can use CAML queries. These queries are executed in the server and will retrieve only the items requested for. Use Pagination to iterate through the items. For that you can use ListItemCollectionPosition Here is a snippet you are use for this ClientContext clientContext = new ClientContext("weburl"); List list = ...


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This can be done in many ways, depending on the need. Check for the following first Should this happen instantly when any new item is added in List A? Is this is a one time operation? Should this happen even when an item is updated in List A? Following are few approaches which can be followed. Event Receivers : Create remote event receivers for ...


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The formula computation in your case will be - Rule 1 || (Rule 2 && Rule 3 && Rule 4) The conditions in operators are grouped such that the higher precedence is given to 'and' operator, followed by 'or'. You can also check in the CAML Designer how the query is formed to validate your desired result before creating a view filter.



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