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These are available in Form libraries and users with "edit" permissions will see them. If users don't need to edit items, grant them "read-only" permission instead and those should go away. If you are not hosting InfoPath forms than you don't need a form library. Use a document library/app instead and move your documents there - you should not see those ...


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I really hope you already have figured out a solution as this question is a little old. Anyways if it helps what I would do to resolve it is simply use a SharePoint Designer Workflow to copy the value of the "BA Tech" column to the "BA" column. As the BA value should be created in your other list, it's crucial to include this instruction on your Workflow. ...


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You are right you don't need to use both approaches. For some reasons the JS is not firing. In my experience it's generally down to it firing too early before SP scripts have loaded. I have a blog post which gives a good example of setting up the JSLink and display templates for a Sharepoint list, hopefully the example code will help as it shows how to ...


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Put your JavaScript in separate file and upload it to some common library, like Site Assets, Style library or Master Page Gallery. Go to your view and edit the page. In the web part properties specify JSLink property to your JavasSript file, like ~sitecollection/Style Library/MyFile.js. Check that you file loads in the view. Now your CSR should be working. ...


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You can complete this using JSLink. JSLink is a property that controls rendering of fields, items and even Web Parts through a JavaScript file. It will overwrite supply a header and footer and then a JavaScript method (function pointer) to execute for each list item. Please look at this post for more details. Example how to overwrite item, footer and ...


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Yes you can do this Using jQuery to dynamically change this on document.ready event Recommended way - Using JSLinks Option #2 you can use JavaScript to specify how a field should be rendered. For more check this article. http://zimmergren.net/technical/sp-2013-using-the-spfield-jslink-property-to-change-the-way-your-field-is-rendered-in-sharepoint-2013


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You'll have to edit the page in SharePoint Designer. Browse to the view you want to add the treeview to. Edit the page in SharePoint Designer — then Click Advanced Mode. Add a table to PlaceHolderMain with one row and Two Columns Move the Existing Webpart Zone (the one that contains the view) and allits content to the second ...


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I have come up with a solution! On the page, I place two web parts: WP1 - XsltListViewWebPart shows the 'flat' view of the Document Library which contains the document sets. So it would show ALL* files within the doc lib, which satisfy a Query within the view, which basically says "give me all documents which contain the {Param} folder in their folder ...


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You can simply modify your custom form of Displaying item using SharePoint Designer or else you can place rendering JavaScript file(CSR/JSLink). Designer Option In SharePoint Designer you can go to your list and then create custom form and then you can specify the value of video as src of iframe. Refer this MSDN - SharePoint 2013: Building Custom Forms ...


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Just had to confront myself with the same problem (seems to occur only with filter webparts lol). I solved it by overriding the $3r_1 and making sure that the css class 's4-wpcell' is NOT being removed from the webpart. This works fine for me (even with 2 listview webparts it allows multiselection and the ribbon behaves correctly and it deselects items ...


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Generally in SharePoint 2010 list view is customized via XSLT based approach. Since pagingButtons template is used for rendering pager, below is demonstrated how customize list view to render an additional pager on top of list view. Steps 1)Create a custom list view template and save it as ViewWithPagingButtonsonTop.xsl file <xsl:stylesheet ...


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This MSDN question has an answer to that with an edit to the AllItems.aspx page moving the ms-paging element around in the XSLT. Open you site in designer and go to list folder. Select the particular list and check out the AllItems.aspx page. Right Click on list design and click "Convert to XSLT view". Just find below tag


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To begin, go to List Settings > Advanced Settings Select Yes on Allow management of content types Click on one of the existing content types under the Content Type section Next, click on the column you intend to hide, and choose the option Hidden. Click OK Go to the New Item tab and select the Edit form. You will see that, on both the New Item and Edit ...


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You can do a Group By on any of the two fields. By default SharePoint allows you to Group By only by two columns under the Modify view section.


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You can modify view and use grouping feature. Open list settings and click on the view. In the view settings page scroll and expand Group. Select country from the list.


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You have several options to achieve this: Create a custom action with server-side control. You can create a ribbon custom action, add it to list and handle the code in your code behind. Here is the sample of such custom action. Create a custom action with JavaScript using JQuery AJAX call to HTTP endpoint, that executes your C# code. Here is the sample ...


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You can use Query String Parameter. Add query string Status=Saved or Status=Update Now use below JavaScript code jQuery(document).ready(function(){ var param = getParameterByName("Saved"); if(Status == "Saved") { SP.UI.Notify.addNotification("new item has been added", false); } else if(Status == "Update") { ...


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You can customize the edit form and configure the atribute "ControlMode" to the value "Display", see: <SharePoint:FormField runat="server" id="ff1{$Pos}" ControlMode="Display" FieldName="Title" __designer:bind="{ddwrt:DataBind('u',concat('ff1',$Pos),'Value','ValueChanged','ID',ddwrt:EscapeDelims(string(@ID)),'@Title')}"/>



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