Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

To get around it with the client Object Model you can use this code snippet, it uses item pos to leverage getting more than 5000K items. if you need VB.NET or more in-depth breakdown this is the site for you here The Snippet is from here List list = ClientContext.Web.Lists.GetByTitle("Assets"); ListItemCollectionPosition itemPosition = null; while (true) { ...


0

You can use SharePoint Designer to create a DataView, Firstly you need to create a Linked Data Source where you can choose more than one List and create a Linked data source you can either merge or join the Lists. After creating the linked data source create a dataview using the linked data source and your view will be ready with more than one lists.


0

I would like to understand why you would do all this work to make a web part that is viewable by only a few users where all users can see the content, if the content has not been granted unique permissions. What is the requirement? Also, I have, for SharePoint 2010, lately been seeing lots of permissions issues where customers are setting unique permissions ...


0

I don't think it is possible, judging by the lack of answers, the out of the box search feature on the List View web part should be okay for this, however we are having some issues with this so will have to debug that problem


0

I just wanted to add to this old question as this issue still occurs in SharePoint 2013. Adding the following jQuery to your masterpage will fix the issue globally: $('.ms-summarycustombody td.ms-vb:first').css('white-space', 'nowrap'); Thank you to the OP for figuring this out... the &nbsp: doesn't show up in firebug so this was doing my head in ...


0

I got it figured out. Simply going into the library settings and clicking on "per-location view settings" will do this. Even if you click on it and then click cancel. I have not found a way to reverse this.


0

Please trace the CSS classes responsible for the look and feel of the list view web part using any browser's developer tool. Override those CSS classes in a custom stylesheet. Then either refer it in the masterpage (to make it effective globally) or refer it in specific contols (web part / app part).


1

Yes you can do this in master page. The only downside is it will have a global effect. Below is the CSS you can try with .ms-vh2 { background-color: green; } You can also look into the option of creating a JSLink and tie it to the ListTypes in question.


0

Another method is to open your list in Sharepoint Designer, and then do 'Export Sharepoint List'. This will end up creating another list, and you can access it from your sharepoint website under Lists.


0

I'm a complete idiot. Permissions were trimmed for the list and I overlooked that. Once I added the new group directly to the list everything worked. No mystery to solve here.


0

Forgot to give an answer to this last year, but here it is anyway. It was indeed a corrupted list. Recreating the list as a new one solved the problem.


0

(function () { var ctxForm = {}; ctxForm.Templates = {}; ctxForm.OnPreRender = preTaskFormRenderer; SPClientTemplates.TemplateManager.RegisterTemplateOverrides(ctxForm); function preTaskFormRenderer(overrideCtx) { modifyHeaderData(overrideCtx); } function modifyHeaderData(overrideCtx) { var ...


2

that's weird, you should have no problem with group by that type of fields as I show in the picture below As you can see Im filtering by a custom field called friends. Could you tell me how you created the field?, Could you upload an image of the field, like this:



Top 50 recent answers are included