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This blog will explain the how inplview parameter works in SharePoint 2013 Custom List View Web Part Refresh


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if I understand you correctly, you want to create a view where only specific items from a list are shown? if you can filter the item list according to specific entries this can easily be done in the view settings menu, or you can create an additional column and set that to a value that you can filter for, you don't even have to display that column in the ...


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After Ruslan Dayanov's hint I have now the answer for this case. Predefined filter parameter in the url should not set as valid query string parameter like AllItems.aspx?FilterField1=Topics&... because they will not be replaced while filtering via AJAX and always have a higher priority than the filter parameter, which are set by SharePoint logic and ...


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The new page added in layouts folder "inplview.aspx". When paging, sorting or filtering happens there is an AJAX call to the inplview.aspx and it returns a JSON based result set. That is the rows of the defined list view webpart. The "inplview.aspx" generates the "inplviewhash" tag and appends it with "#" in url.


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I thik it will be better to create 6 independent columns, 2 content types in list: hardware product - Dimension, Weight and Interfaces software product - OS, Version and Volume/Size And create 2 different views with columns for each product type. All of this can be done in standard list settings.


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The Double Encoding Bug has been fixed in the September 2014 CU of SharePoint 2013. Source: http://www.toddklindt.com/blog/Regressions/sp2013sep2014cu.aspx


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You can add several list filters through sharepoint designer but you cant do this through the front end web page


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Probably the "Double Encoding Bug". You can find a workaround here: http://thesharepointfarm.com/2014/06/workaround-ms14-022-double-encoding-bug/


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To increase the width of a particular column in the List View Web Part Add a Content Editor Web Part in your page Add the below css text in it and save. <style type='text/css'> .ms-vh-div[DisplayName='<ColumnName>'] { width:250px; } </style> You can get the <ColumnName> from the source of the table. [F12]


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SP 2013 uses clienttemplates.js to create the those views control. You can either create a JSLink or add the following script using the script Editor webpart to the page where your list view resides. <script type="text/javascript"> ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(overrideSurfacePivotCount, 'clienttemplates.js'); function overrideSurfacePivotCount() { ...


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1) You can edit the page that contains each view (Site Actions > Edit Page) and then insert a Content Editor Web Part. Within this web part, you can add links to each of your views and format/style them as needed. 2) The property that controls the default value is hidden by the XsltListViewWebPart control, so unfortunately we can't modify it to be a value ...


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You can try this out. let me know if it solves the purpose. http://spcolumnpermission.codeplex.com/ Also another solution with Item level permissions for pages library. you can set the pages with the different views and assign them the item level permissions. Refer the below link: ...


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There is a nice solution to manage permissions for views and fields: https://spcolumnpermission.codeplex.com/


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Edit the page and edit the web part. On the right hand side of the page edit the current view and deselect modified and modified by checkboxes. Save view, save web part, save page and publish (if applicable).


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Go to Edit web part. Then click Edit the current view. Then Uncheck the modified and modified by. This will hide your columns.


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Use the CSR function. You can insert a script in the view, the steps are: Go in the view you want to edit. Click "Settings" which is next to the user name in the upper right corner. Click "Edit Page". In this part you can already edit many things. In this part you can already edit many things. To insert a script in the view click "Edit Web Part" ...


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Firstly just to warn you that trying to hide the "Share with" option in SharePoint 2013 can be a bit like playing 'whack-a-mole'. The following CSS will hide this option on the context menu and also the ribbon bar (which was probably going to be your next question:-)). We normally have this in a CSS file that's loaded by a custom master page used in all ...


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Try creating a view. Navigate to that view, and "Edit" the page. Then edit the List View Web Part, expand advanced, and add your audience. This does not hide the view in the dropdown however.


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If the number of Agents + Brokers are static and limited, this can be achieved using having multiple calculated fields for each person. Other than that, there is no proper OOTB way. However you can do this with some effort if you can use a Content Query Web Part by modifying the XSLT in it. There you can display it as much as you like. If both of these ...


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You need a different data structure for that. Two lists with parent child relationship. Transaction list with Transaction ID and other transaction specific details that occur only once per transaction, e.g. Date. Fees list with Transaction ID, Name, Role (broker or agent), and fee amount. Then you can sum fee amounts by Name.


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Sums in Sharepoint is primiiitive and you can't do that OOTB. The only way I could thing of is to use jquery to add the values. If they are many items, web part.


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I've used a technique like this in the past to handle the execution of jQuery after webparts ajax load or ajax refresh, http://stackoverflow.com/a/7062485/318776. Basically after the ajax call/postback is complete, it will execute your code. <script type="text/javascript"> Sys.Application.add_init(function () { ...


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I find setting the JSLink in the Web part properties unreliable. I could only get it to work by storing the .js in certain places. What you should try is, attach it to the view itself and not the web part. Run this powershell script to set the JSLink, then refresh your listview's View again in Web Part Properties. (I like storing my .js in _layouts but it ...


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Try wrapping your override function within ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded() so that it loads after clienttemplates.js is loaded. function registerRenderer() { var overrideCtx = {}; overrideCtx.Templates = {}; overrideCtx.Templates.Fields = { 'LinkToFile': { 'View': renderFileLink } }; ...


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Try to run the maintenance job on the content database of the web application.


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So upon your feedback try this one on. The divs will float and it will add a new div based on the category. You need to order items first by category. Then Display order. $(document).ready(function() { $().SPServices({ operation: "GetListItems", async: true, listName: "navigator", CAMLViewFields: "<ViewFields><FieldRef Name='Title' ...



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