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Well you can hide it to appear on forms, go to List Settings -> Advanced Settings -> Allow management of content types -> check the box Now come back to List Settings -> Under Content Types -> Click Item content type -> Under columns -> click Title -> Hidden (check the box) Now it won't appear on the forms, you can similarly remove it from Views.


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If you neither want to use InfoPath nor Workflow, then you have to use SharePoint web services to fetch corresponding data in Column B for a selected value in dropdown Column B. You can achieve this functionality using SPServices library. Its a js library used to call SharePoint web services and perform operation very easily and in efficient way. You have ...


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As part of using AddFieldAsXml you need to provide the field's internal and staticname announcementy.Fields.AddFieldAsXml("<Field Type='User' DisplayName='Created By' StaticName='CreatedBy' Name='CreatedBy'/>", true, AddFieldOptions.AddToAllContentTypes); announcementy.Fields.AddFieldAsXml("<Field Type='DateTime' DisplayName='Date Created' ...


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It's not possible to change the outgoing e-mail address today, but it's a requested feature which may be implemented in the future. I guess you where just lucky receiving another outgoing e-mail adress, since the default is no-reply@sharepointonline.com.


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dam, you didnt set the auto function off... There is a time to live on workflows that occures i think by default every 60 days... once it reaches 60 days its removed by a timer job. Its active by default as its auto cleaning after two months to save on server speed and resources. If you disable it than it would over time slow sharepoint down! to sort it ...


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You can use the [Me] variable when you configure a filter on a view. It's valid to People type columns. It will not show the row when the AssignedTo column is targetting a Group. For that you need to go to a more complex solution of using SharePoint designer to configure the filter for the list view.


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Try adding the items to the ListItemCollection rather than adding it directly to the list, like below. The try block that you have only makes the matters worst as you are getting the list object and updating it without having anything to update. SPList list; list = web.Lists["Milestones"]; for (int i = list.ItemCount - 1; i >= 0; --i) { ...


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Creating a calculated column with the following formula should resolve your issue: = TEXT([Customer Number], "0")


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You could just use SP.CamlQuery.createAllItemsQuery() as the parameter for getItems() although simply setting the scope to 'RecursiveAll' and inserting the filter that wjervis suggests should also do the trick. Example of my proposal: list.getItems(SP.CamlQuery.createAllItemsQuery()); You can inspect exactly what this does in your browser dev tools if ...



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