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Another way to tackle the issue, if your using webparts is to just filter from within the webpart, then you would not need to create more than 50 views.


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I can tell that there is another web part on the page "Search in Clearing Companies,..." which is the reason your breadcrumb doesn't display the views dropdown. The Page has to detect the List in order to present the view options, and since there is another web part that exists on the page PRIOR to the list, that page won't provide the view options since ...


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You get errors because you are trying to compare Dates with Numbers You can use [TODAY] in a View Filter Using Today() in a Calculated Formula has a side effect you do not want here. Today() works today but not after today because the Calculated Column is calculated on item change. So TODAY() will evaluate to 19/1/2015 And tomorrow that calculation will ...


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This is not the problem with Webpart rather this is the problem with the View. Change the view settings -> Style -> Default


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You can do this using JavaScript. Here you need to handle three events Page Load Next Page Click Previous Page Click On all these events execute following function jQuery('#WPQ2_ListTitleViewSelectorMenu_Container').append(jQuery('#scriptPagingWPQ2').clone()); Where scriptPagingWPQ2 is the div element id of the pagination controls. And ...


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You can solve your problem using another field of type Computed. In your computed field schema you can add FieldRef's to another fields you need, like: <Field ID="{4390ef57-8fc6-4e39-a047-81de3d262907}" Type="Computed" Name="MyFieldComputed" StaticName="MyFieldComputed" DisplayName="MyFieldComputed" Description="MyFieldComputed" ...


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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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Best Practice Found: Create the list Open up Sharepoint Designer 2010 Open List and select view (on the right hand side) Select the list in Design view (you will notice if you are in split view that the code will be highlighted in blue Select Webpart ribbon Select "To Site Gallery" Title it and load it. Go back to website and add the webpart that you ...


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issue is how many views displayed in the dropdown, if you just want to use UI then in the drop down you will get 1st 50 views. Even you can create more than 50 views. But i think with development /programming, you can access the more than 50 views( calling by view name).


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The official Software Boundaries and limit from Microsoft - https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262787(v=office.15).aspx As you can see the limit of Views per List is not specified. But from this discussion (SharePoint 2007) http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3293299/moss-2007-maximum-number-of-views-for-one-list Its mentioned as 50 views per ...


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For filtering out blank dates you can add more conditions to the existing filter. Planification Start Date "is not equal to" __ (Keep blank) AND Planification Start Date "is less than or equal to" [Today] AND Planification End Date "is not equal to" __ (Keep blank) AND Planification End Date "is greater than or equal to" [Today]


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Go to the list that is lacking the link Select the view that doesn’t have the link appearing Select Edit Page from the Site Action menu Edit the list web part properties Note the current Toolbar setting Change the Toolbar setting and click Apply. Any selection other than No Toolbar should cause the link to appear after you click Apply. Reset the Toolbar ...


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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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I had the same issue. In my case it was a combination of 2 things...each which caused the issue. 1) A COMMA in the URL in a hyperlink field. Took out that URL (moved it to a non hyperlink field) and I was back in business. 2) A column that had column validation turned on, but that did NOT have that column in the datasheet view. Once I put the column in ...


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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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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 disable list throttling at the list level. You must have Farm Administrator privileges. $web = Get-SPWeb http://url/to/web/with/list $list = $web.Lists[“BIG_LIST_NAME”] $list.EnableThrottling = $false Some links about the topic: Techniques for managing large lists Manage lists and libraries with many items List Throttling Disable list throttling


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I displayed the list in DVWP and replaced the "Rows" variable in "dvt_1" xsl template section using the below XSLT: xsl:variable name="Rows" select="/dsQueryResponse/Rows/Row[not(@Columnname=following::Row/@Columnname)]"/> This helped me to display the unique values from the choice column and i used sorting to display the items as i required.


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Step 1 : Delete all the fields except First Name, Last Name and Birthday Step 2 : Create a "Calculated Field" of Type "Date and Time" and choose "Date Only" for formatting options and call it "Next Birthday" and the add the following formula =DATE(YEAR(Birthday)+DATEDIF(Birthday,TODAY(),"Y")+1,MONTH(Birthday),DAY(Birthday)) Step 3 : Create another ...


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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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If anyone experiences the same problem, I solved with the following JQuery snippet: $( document ).ready(function() { if ($("div[field='LinkTitle']").length>0) { $("div[field='LinkTitle']").attr("onmouseover","OnItem(this); PPFix()"); var onmouseoverParent = ...


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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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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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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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&IncludeVersions=TRUE appears to do the trick - I'll have to add the modified by and when fields to a view though


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Renaming the views will not help move them to the top. The problem appears to be a unique ID number assigned to each view as it is created. Once you hit the max, no new views appear in the dropdown view selector. I have tried to use designer to modify the view ID number, but that did not work or I did not find it in all places. My work around for this ...


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The GUID display on audiences is by design. I have also had the same problem where the first item in the list is displayed as GUID - I even tried different lists.. There is a link here http://www.vishansondhi.com/?p=36 which confirms that is an issue which Microsoft have not fixed (& I believe they don't intend to either)


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Since you are using SharePoint 2013 I would recommend you to consider the following approach. In SharePoint 2013 was introduced a so called Client Rendering Mode (CSR) which is intended for rendering of List Views and Forms using HTML and JavaScript and which is a default rendering mode. About View selector menu ClientPivotControl control ...



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