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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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You can add the following to an .xsl file and link to it in the "Miscellaneous" options when you edit the web part. By doing it this way, you can reuse the same style sheet over and over. This xsl basically overrides a couple of templates located in the "vwstyles.xsl" file, and removes the lines that add the header. (This code works in production, but I ...


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I would create a new column for the lookup field, then set the Title column's value to the lookup field's value using a small workflow in SharePoint Designer.


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As Waqas Sarwar MCSE mentions, this is very easy to do programmatically. You need someone with the following skills: HTML, CSS, XML/JSON, Javascript. Create a script webpart on the SharePoint page and give your developer the following piece of code: _spBodyOnLoadFunctionNames.push("myCustomFunctionName"); function myCustomFunctionName() { ...


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Unfortunately, SharePoint doesn't provide this sort of functionality out of the box. Luckily, SharePoint is flexible enough to allow for custom solutions that can solve this issue. You have to write your own piece of code to get this done.


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I have come across similar problems to the one you're facing now. And in pretty much all cases I did the following: I created an additional person/group field made a view containing the entire list with only the two different type of user fields used the "quick edit" functionality on this view Copied the contents from this list to excel Used an Excel ...


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from my understanding there is no ootb method for what you want to achive! the coded method could utalize JavaScript to show hide dependant on the column values like the ids. The simpler solution would be to create a webpart, within the visual webpart add a SPGridView. With that you can then do a checkup on the items. iv already shown how to create a ...


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You can achieve this by modifying\creating views and changing the sort columns to meet your criteria. Manage Existing Views in SharePoint 2010


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Try this- Worked for me. Convert your multiple lines of text field to a Single line of text. Create the view using the "is not equal to" and then leave the criteria blank. Once the view is created change the field back to multiple lines of text.


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Finally, I've finished with creating console application. I'm not great in C# so it is a bit bulky but this solution works. If there is any mistakes, i will be glad to hear about it. var reader = new StreamReader(File.OpenRead(@"C:\temp\views.csv")); List<string> listA = new List<string>(); while (!reader.EndOfStream) ...


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I'm a couple years late, but I think read only on the list view just says that the view itself (what fields are shown, filtering/sorting options, etc.) are read only. It has not control over the data being displayed.


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I found that I'm adding wrong list template. var list = web.Lists; lists.Add(TasksListNameListName, "", SPListTemplateType.Tasks); I should have used TasksWithTimelineAndHierarchy insted of Tasks! Then you get the checkbox out-of-the-box :) var list = web.Lists; lists.Add(TasksListNameListName, "", SPListTemplateType.TasksWithTimelineAndHierarchy);


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I don't know why this column is missing in your view editor, but you could just make a new column as a calculated field with formula =[% Complete]>=1 (like in the original one) and return type is yes/no. Can you try that and look if this column would appear in your list view Editor?


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Inserted a XsltListView Webpart as child list and used the filter option to filter by ID passing the query string to Child form (as shown in this video) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MiI-EJYTEp8


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Did you try to set the view to Basic style.. then reset them back to "Default" ? It did the trick for our environment. And also make sure you have applied the latest Microsoft SharePoint patches. Otherwise I think the problem is that check boxes don't show up on the view . Why don't you make the column drop down list with to option Completed or not and I ...


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I have discovered the solution to this problem. If I add $outWeb.AllowUnsafeUpdates = $true before the $outWeb.Lists.Add() call, the list gets created correctly and completely. I also set this property back to $false immediately after the list creation.


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Can't you use Ribbon to do the same functionality OOTB, also if you want fast deletion you can use Datasheet view or go to manage content structure.


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If I understood your question right, that you only want to see the sold iPhones when you click on iPhone in the Products List, then I would recommend you to use WebPart Connections. This blog post shows (with screenshots) in Part 5 how to connect the WebParts. Use Connected WebPart Feature in EditForm.aspx Prepare List for changing EditForm.aspx Go ...


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There is no out of the box way of changing that order. You can of course define sort and filter rules on the list view itself. If you want to get creative you could add some sorting buttons to the list view page the re-load page with query string params that change the sort order. Example add the following to your list view page URL: ...


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You could change the view of your List View WebPart in the Webpart Settings and set the filter to: Show items only when following is true -> Person contains "A" OR Person contains "B".... You can add more statements by clicking on "show more columns". Does this work for you? If there would be a meeting with 1 person only, it would show up anyways. Is this ...


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if I delete AllItems.aspx from the designer, I get it on the recycle bin: /_layouts/15/RecycleBin.aspx with the name "(no title)" and the origin "Lists/mylistname" you can also try /_layouts/15/AdminRecycleBin.aspx and /_layouts/15/AdminRecycleBin.aspx?View=2


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Try this for creating list and view in sharepoint using powershell : http://nkelkar.wordpress.com/2011/06/21/powershell-create-lists-add-columns-set-new-default-view/


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Use SPList.SaveAsTemplate for your source. Should be the same as the GUI. If that doesn't work, access the SPList.Views collection and copy the views over to the new list after creating it from the template.



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