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Yes, you can over-ride SharePoint's column widths for any list. Unfortunately, you can't change this within "List Settings". There are basically 2 options: SharePoint Designer jQuery (my preference) jQuery method: Edit your view aspx by adding a Content Editor Web Part Insert something like the following jQuery into the CEWP and save your changes ...


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You can add the attribute ToolbarTemplate="None" in the View element <View BaseViewID="1" ... ToolbarTemplate="None" ...


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Yes, you can create custom views through browser with out using SharePoint Designer. Please follow below steps. Select any Survey list-->Survey Settings http://********/InvIncidentReporting/_layouts/survedit.aspx?List=%7BBF870743%2D9654%2D4E19%2DB4B1%2D35527D4BE942%7D Edit URL with viewtype in place of Survedit ...


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Use a workflow and craft the e-mail yourself using lookups to get exactly the data you wish to display. The ootb alerts are very specific in what they are useful for, your situation is not one of them.


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You can do this by creating new calculate column, get numerical values from your SPFieldMultiColumn to this calculated column and then summarize by this new calculated column like in this post


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I ran into this issue. The problem seems to be XSL transform caching. Specifically anonymous / vs authenticated users. An alternate solution is to add your xsl inline with the view. Just after the closing DataFields tag, add your XSL. </DataFields> <Xsl> <!– Add your custom xsl here –> </Xsl>


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With External lists the BDC Identity IS what you want you want in lieu of the traditional list item ID. This is actually in an MSDN reference that I am failing to find to provide a link too. I was still dealing with the problem of each BDC Identity being duplicates - which is why the getSelectedItems was not working. We resolved this by correcting the ...


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You can also change the SPViewScope in C#: SPView view = list.Views["YourViewName"]; view.Scope = SPViewScope.RecursiveAll; //more ViewScopes are available view.Update()


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It depends how List View web part has been customized. XsltListViewWebPart class exposes two properties for setting XSL: XsltListViewWebPart.Xsl XsltListViewWebPart.XslLink In addition SPView class exposes two properties to set XSL: SPView.Xsl SPView.XslLink Please refer an article XsltListViewWebPart – several XSLT tips for a more details. I ...


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Alternate Custom solution . Copy the OOB “ViewPage.aspx” and place it in the same folder as “CustomViewPage.aspx” Create the custom web part which shows the items of the view with your custom approach. Create a feature to provision the “CustomViewpage.aspx” along with your custom web part. Create a custom list definition. In the schema.xml file of the ...


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You cannot achieve this by using your "Fruit" column alone. The best workaround i can think of is to try creating another Calculated column called say "Order". Set formula in the calculated column to such that if Fruit Column is Orange , Set "Order" column as 1 etc , depending on the order you want to specify. Now in your view OrderBy that calculated ...


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No, there is not. (I'm assuming that with "drop down menu" you mean a choice column) If you order by the choice column, the view will always be ordered alphabetically, either ascending or descending. The only workaround that comes to my mind is adding a numeric prefix before each value, eg: 01 - apple 02 - orange 03 - banana 04 - grapefruit


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You can create a boolean calculated column which will check the length of the field value of particular column or whatevet correct logic is and then update boolean value. Then create a view to filter by the boolean field.


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Thanks for the reply. It was much appreciated. However, instead of going for the workaround, I have simply turned off "Allow content type management" on the root site list, then exported webpart to gallery and imported it onto the subsites. Once I had completed all of the imports I switch content type management setting back on at the root site. All works ...


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You say you are editing a web part, have you made sure that the page this web part is living on has been checked in, published, and approved (if necessary)? If the user goes to the newly modified view directly do they see the changes you made there? It sounds like you are modifying a web part page where a view to the list lives and it has not been published ...


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There is not a way to change how lookup values are stored within a field. That is how it works it uses an id for the value and semicolons to separate the values.


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Perhaps you've seen this, but it works for me. Beware the gotchas at the bottom. Go to the site that has the list view you want. Add a content editor webpart with the following: <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.6.4/jquery.min.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> ...


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Create another list which will store ItemIds (id's of the list item whose details needs to be in mail.This field can be multi look up), and the user/group to whom the email needs to be sent and another column EmailBody(contains the details of the items selected). Attach a workflow to this list which will send mail to the user/group with that EmailBody ...



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