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Go to Advanced Settings and Enable the Allow management of content types. Now you will see the content types associated with the list under the Settings section. Click on Item. Select the column. Check the Required radio button.


You must type a location ( preferably a local location on the server or a shared network location ) and then a filename for your export. For example: C:\backups\backupFileName.cmp


Based on previous answers the approach I can think of is to add an event receiver which checks who the user is as denies the change if they are not allowed. You could use the SPListEventReceiver FieldUpdating event. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/microsoft.sharepoint.splisteventreceiver.fieldupdating(v=office.14).aspx You would need to ...


If the Issue Status field does not meet your requirement you should not use it and use a custom column instead. If you envision this list being used in multiple places and across site collections I'd suggest using a Managed Metadata field, because once your users start using it they will find they need additional choices.


You need to use Column Validation. Open List Settings Click on the field Scroll down and expand Column Validation Use Formula - Replace SiteColumn with your column name =NOT(ISBLANK(SiteColumn)) Enter Error Message. For Ex: Required Field Click OK


For SP2010/07, the internal name of Title cannot be modified, yet you can change displayname for Title. use field.DisplayName = "Last Name" Here, the internal name is Title and display name is "Last Name".


To get an item value, modify it, then update the item your call will have to change a bit because you will need to load the item, executeQueryAsync to retrieve the item info, use the item info to make a change, call update, then run executeQueryAsync again... (function () { var id = 1; var listName = "YourListName"; var ctx = ...

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