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Yes It shares this quality as SharePoint online also has lookup column threshold of 8. https://community.office365.com/en-us/f/148/t/11914


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From experience : As stated by others, you can have a view that returns more than the threshold (default 5000). There are three things that can be used to achieve this : Paging. Flat view with no filer/grouping/total. Filter/Grouping/Total, but you cannot use one of those on columns that are not indexed. If you need to do so, do it before reaching the ...


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Posted comment answering the question The limitation is on page views. 1 page view can max contain 5000 items. If you have 150 items per page view, you should be fine.


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You have to add two permission levels on the site. One level needs Add Items and View Items permissions. The other level needs View Items. Then assign the level to two different groups and it is done. User permissions and permission levels in SharePoint 2013 If you want to hide the Edit button in the quick edit mode, I would suggest you to use Javascript ...


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Then in your list, you would want to make sure that the permissions are set so that only your administrators have Contribute, Edit, or Full Control access and everyone else has Read. This can be found by going to the List tab and selecting List Settings and clicking on Permissions for this list. You might have to break permissions inheritance and set ...


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This should do it: Download jQuery and save it to /SiteAssets/ Create a JavaScript file named comma-break.js and save it in /SiteAssets/ with the contents of: $(document).ready(function () { var str = $('.ms-listviewtable').html(); //; $('.ms-listviewtable').html(str.replace(new RegExp(", ", "g"), ",</br>")); }); Add a Content Editor ...


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Actually, it doesn't matter that much if the end result is one item, a dozen or 4999. The SQL database must have fewer than 5000 items in the subset to be returned by the first filtering operation in the query to avoid table lock escalation. In your case, if the requirements don't change, you're fine, because the database shall filter documents by folder ...


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Updated Answer after question was updated with more understanding. Well as you have said that we can remove the Quick Edit link via list setting in Advance Settings option, but unfortunately that hides link for all users irrespective of admin or not. So I doubt you have any OOB solution which will take care of your requirement. You need some custom ...


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In past I notice when a client had more then 5000 documents with many attachments 1. The performance was so slow 2. It was hard to navigate the right document for users. 3. For some reason the MS SQL Index was broken and items were not coming up search terms. it was just like asking for trouble. Its an issue your better of splitting it into folders or ...


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It has been a while since I did this. I agree with taking out the $Resource part. And yes Formulas use DisplayName as references, I have never used the ID in the FieldRefs And try it with an existing field first <Field> ... <Formula>=Title</Formula> <FieldRefs> <FieldRef Name="Title" /> </FieldRefs> </Field> ...


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First, I would remove the "$Resources" part in the Display Name of your definitions (if you don't use resource files). Check this question : How can I provision a list with a calculated field? (there is a comment saying that InternalNames are required, and there is this link http://www.hekstra.org/how-to-deploy-a-calculated-field/ saying that Site Column = ...


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Just wanted to add to this... BEWARE... So the idea is sound.. Index the Modified date then for the view, only show N number of days that will return < 5000 items. Modified (Indexed) >= [Today]-90 The problem is that the moment you add a Formula into your view's filter box, that view will no longer show up for Alerts Subscriptions. Modified ...



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