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This is possible OOTB. You have several options. Option 1 - JSOM (JavaScript Object Model). You can load the lists into JS arrays and do any number of joins and manipulations needed. Then a little jQuery magic to display it. Option 2 - Load the lists in separate webparts. Run some JavaScript to hide the other lists while collecting their data, then update ...


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Here is one way I found to do it: In the Additional Column Settings section, set Require that this column contains information to No, set Allow 'Fill-in' choices to Yes. You should then be able to edit the data element containing the column and choose Fill-in rather than any of the drop-down options but leave the fill-in box blank. This will wipe out ...


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Display column in descending order: Go to List Settings Modify the View In Group By >> Select column & check Show groups in descending order


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Updating this field requires the UpdateOverwriteVersion method when working on the server side (see sample). Since this method (or the SystemUpdate method) is not available in the client OM, I am a bit sceptic that you can achieve your goal. It's not clear, what you would like to achieve with this code: var userField = user.get_id() + ";#" + ...


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Since you have Append Changes enabled you'll get back null as you've found. Here's an example of using SPServices to get what you need: ...


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The following example demonstrates how to update enterprise wiki page content: function updateWikiPage(pageUrl,pageContent,success,error) { getFileWithProperties(pageUrl, function(file){ var listItem = file.get_listItemAllFields(); var itemProperties = {'PublishingPageContent': pageContent}; ...


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Deleting files is not an answer when a SharePoint library can contain millions of files without any performance issues. List View threshold is not about the number of items in a list. It is more about the views. The number of items returned by a particular view should not exceed it as it causes performance issues. You should instead look to filter your views ...


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If you're using SharePoint 2010 or newer you could possibly look into Information Management Policy. Policy and Retention in SharePoint Server 2010 - should still apply for SP2013 on-premise. It is however date based. Otherwise a timerjob is a pretty solid alternative as you control the circumstances of when to do what.



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