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Create the list view with A Status column only. Then open the view in designer and drop B Status field inside A Status field (inside the same td of A Status)


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You can use the [Me] variable when you configure a filter on a view. It's valid to People type columns. It will not show the row when the AssignedTo column is targetting a Group. For that you need to go to a more complex solution of using SharePoint designer to configure the filter for the list view.


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For further reference, if you delete/overwrite (good, that this is possible from e.g. Word) your AllItems.aspx view, there are two good possibilities to get you out of troble:; You have access to SharePoint Designer? Go to your library, delete the faulty AllItems.aspx and create a new view via SharePoint Designer. Open your library in Explorer View and ...


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Since your list is based on a SharePoint list template you cannot have access to these tabs. Although, you can create lists based on custom content types from visual studios and then you will have access to views and fields tabs Hope this helps


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What I ended up going with is javascript hosted on the page that queries the Workflow Tasks for all tasks for the loaded list assigned to the person in question (or a group they are in). Create buttons in each row that has a task (and hide the other rows since I couldn't easily find a way to filter to only rows that have a task associated with them), and ...


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Current view dropdown from ribbon can be hidden through current view created in InfoPath. See this link and follow the steps: http://ovaisashraf.blogspot.in/2011/02/hide-current-view-dropdown-from-ribbon.html Note: It will hide only current view dropdown i.e. other views will have view dropdown in ribbon.


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I don't think this is possible from InfoPath rule perspective. There are some convulated methods for setting up lists with groups and checking that in your info-path form on load or page change and controlling which page actually is seen. I would probably just look at embedding some JavaScript on the page (either directly in the page via SPD or with a ...


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In SharePoint 2013 View Selector Menu is rendered using the ClientPivotControl control (clienttemplate.js) How to control View Selector Menu in SharePoint 2013 The parameter SurfacedPivotCount determines how many view items are displayed in List View header, it is declared in ClientPivotControl control: ClientPivotControl.prototype = { ...


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You could utilize the jQuery.SPServices wrapper for Workflow.asmx web service and its GetToDosForItem and AlterToDo methods starting from this SPServices story if you need an example of how to call the web service for multiple items. In short, use SP.ListOperation.Selection.getSelectedItems method to get items marked with checkboxes, then for each item, ...


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Not sure if this would work but try: Browse to your list Go go List-->List Settings Click on "Advanced Settings" Scoll down, there is a quick edit option to switch on or off and test this link Ghosting, Unghosting, Customized, and Uncustomized Ghosted = Un-Customized, The asp.net parser renders the page. Unghosted = Customized, Controlled by the ...


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I found the answer, and apologies to all for "answering my own question". Googling more brought up suggestions about using the "XSL Link" option available in the List View Web Part. The examples I found had hand-coded XSL to stuff in there, but you can copy the XSL right out of the view's .aspx page in SPD. Presume you have a view named "Foo" (use your ...


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The solution I had to use was SharePoint Manager. Change the secondary columns to Read Only: False Delete the column directly in SharePoint Manager I would stress that this was my solution and is not recommended by Microsoft


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You will need a custom page that will allow them to select the tasks they would like to approved and then you will need to have a service that will do the approvals for you. You should be able to accomplish this completely using javascript and this service implementation. Public Function CompleteExpenseTask(ByVal approvalItemID As Integer, ByVal ...


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In Chrome the code was exectued before the load of the DOM. I used this to solve my problem: <script src="//code.jquery.com/jquery-1.11.0.min.js"></script> <script> $(document).ready(function(){ ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(myFunc, "sp.js"); }); function myFunc(){ ...


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Go to 'Tasks' List Settings > 'Name' Lookup column Under Additional column settings, you might have 'Add a column to show each of these additional fields' , there choose the 'Person Involved' and Save. Now modify the view, under Filter > Choose 'Name:Person Involved' column and the save the filter as it is equal to [Me]


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What I ended up doing was to create additional calculated column that returns either "yes" or "no" values. In your case the formula would be similar to: =IF([Year]>=TEXT(YEAR([Today])-3,"0"),"Yes","No") In order to be able to use [Today] in the formula you need to create a single line of text field called "Today". After your calculated column is ...


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Add below javascript on the page. "MSOZoneCell_WebPartWPQ2" is the ID of listview wepart div. And I'm assuming titleAbc is the 4th column. This will work and you can modify script as per your requirement. <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function () { var titleAbc = ""; ...


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In SharePoint you cannot group/Search on some columns. Please find this additional information in this Post : http://sharepointsolutions-sudheer.blogspot.in/2014/09/cannot-group-by-or-filter-view-having.html


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You can have a try with below jquery if it helps you for checking the values and updating the row colors: <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function () { $Text = $("td.ms-cellstyle.ms-vb2:contains('Open')"); $Text.parent().css("background-color", "#FF9900"); });


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You can use JavaScript for that, a new property called "JSLink" is introduced in SharePoint 2013 list view webpart properties. Write a JavaScript inserting html on a conditional basis can solve your problem.


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try this, it works for me, as I deployed solution using Visual Studio, <JSLink Default="TRUE">../_layouts/15/myFeaturesFolder.Features/myJSLINKFILE.js</JSLink>



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