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Make sure your anonymous user can browse to and view both lists - the list in question here and the list where you're creating the lookup from. There is a special setting to allow anonymous users to view list contents that can only be set in powershell.. SPList.AnonymousPermMask


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You need to get the value as below: model.Status = ((SPFieldLookupValue)listItem["PRF_Status_Lookup"]).LookupValue; You can refer the members of SPFieldLookupValue from here.


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I assume that this was a crawl issue. I don't have access to the Tenant Admin so I couldn't force an update. I came back to this later and all values were displayed as expected.


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One of the ways of doing this (for all three forms) is to modify how the field itself is displayed. That is, go to list settings -> select your "Person or Group" field to open its edit field page. Now there should be a drop-down at the very bottom saying something like "Specify which information to display", and there you will get options like "Email", ...


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I thinks that the SPService is the way to go, it looks like something easy enough to implement, and there seems to be alot of guids on how to. Another question. If one wants to go a step further and populate some of the lists with some external data (make them dynamic), instead of manually create the items. Maybe use some Navision tables to derive data from ...


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It is not possible to have cascading dropdowns (behavior that you are describing) in OOTB SharePoint forms. There are third party solutions (both farm solution and add-ons) that add this functionality to lists. You can also have a look at SPServices jquery library and add this functionality yourself to the form. This does require some javascript development ...


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Yes. You can use custom list for your purpose. Steps: Create List A as a custom list. Add your data (A1 to A24) in list. Create List B and create new lookup column, set the name of the column. Choose "List A" in Get information from dropdown list. Choose the column name which is in List A in In this column dropdown list. Now you can see the values of ...


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You can take the following approach: Create a list (let's call it the Master list) with a single Title column (or more if required). Create an event receiver which would handle ListAdded event. Develop your event receiver so that every time a list (or a library) is added to the web site a corresponding item is added to the Master list - for example the ...


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You cannot create a lookup for a "List name" in SharePoint. Possible alternatives would be creating a choice column which has a list of values, or customizing the new item page (using JS link) to fetch a set of lists inside current web and display them in a drop-down.


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And then do what? Are you going to call that list items afterwards? Please elaborate your requirement. If you just want the list/library names in a look up field you can create a separate SharePoint list with all List Library names in a column and then call it as a lookup value.


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Create calculated column in SharePoint list. =CONCATENATE(Code," ",Status) Update secondary data source with adding new calculated column in InfoPath form. Set calculated column as data source in dropdown property in InfoPath form.


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You seem to be running into the 2000 item limit for BCS, which you could increase but may still not be able to resolve your issue completely. First Option Here is a similar question: BCS External Content Type with 20,000+ items (O365) The accepted answer says: I had a similar issue this morning, with an external dataset with around 100,000 records. ...


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I use Chosen.js Easy to implement, and I used this week with a lookup with more than 500 itens, works really fast and easy. you will need: jquery-1.12.1.min.js chosen.jquery.js chosen.css


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To resolve the issue of contacts filter criteria, you need custom development. But if you leave that aside, you can opt for this solution: 1) Create a list of Contacts 2) Create a list of Events 3) Add in the event list a column called Contacts with two characteristics: A) Field of type LOOKUP B) that accepts multiple values Option B allows you to ...


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For parts 1 and 2 of your question: Not sure if this helps (I'm on SharePoint Online [2013]), but try using the SharePoint:CreatedModifiedInfo tag as suggested here to show properly hyperlinked version rather than all of the HTML tags. It worked for a custom field I did, though I had to remove an extra line of code from the original answer to avoid a ...


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I'm assuming this is SharePoint Designer, which you must use a dictionary in that case. Your lookup will return only one item, but if you want you can build a dictionary to house multiple items from a list using a view. Check out this link (Source of image): ...



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