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You should change the order in the schema.xml of the list template that uses the content type. Or remove the content type from your list and re-add it (after you changed the order of the columns in your content type)


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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 can get the variable from the querystring using JSRequest.EnsureSetup(); var id = JSRequest.QueryString["School_id"];


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You could use something like jQuery autocomplete to help with this. You'd want to get a dynamic data set by using web services and a CAML query to filter your contacts based on the selection of the school id. Once that is fetched and bound to your form field, people just start typing the username and options will appear.


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The error: Only properties specified in $expand can be traversed in $select query options. Property . occurs since it seems the $expand query option syntax: $expand=<lookupfield>/<projected property> is not supported in SharePoint 2010 REST Interface. Solution Use the following query instead: ...


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In order to make a lookup column work for a user with contribute permission level on one list, that same user need to have at least read permission level on the list to lookup. Probably, this is a system list which is intended to be used for functionality rather than content. To save admins from unintended edits, the permission inheritance was broken on the ...


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If you are interested - it was necessary to set up the field, then values ​​began to persist. UPDATE: That was i mean. This is cut of public partial class LookupFieldProperties : UserControl, IFieldEditor. public void OnSaveChange(SPField field, bool isNewField) { var lookUpField = (LookupField)field; if (lookUpField == null) ...


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There no problem to show additional fields of lookup list in List C. When you're adding lookup field to List C just select additional fields from List B that you want to show in List C.


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There no higher site collection in SharePoint. Maybe you mean web in higher level. In SharePoint 2010 one of the ways to do it is to create site column in root web: http://bramnuyts.be/en/2011/04/11/creating-a-cross-site-lookup-field-without-code/


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You cannot do that, what you need to do is use a cascading lookup field (a custom field that enables filtering one lookup according to the value[s] selected in the parent loookup. Then you can set up two lookup columns in your Features list, the first looking up the Initiatives list, the other - Themes list. Once you select a value in the Initiative, only ...


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Need to set the WebId attribute when deploying declarative.. Assuming the root site contains the Parent List, following should work: List="Lists/Cars" WebId="~sitecollection" ShowField="Title" PrependId="TRUE" If the list is also declarative and generated via List Instance.. Need to make sure the List exists before the Lookup column is created..


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I've noticed that setting LookupList and LookupWebId does not always work. Therefor, I have a function that replaces XML attributes in field's schema. Take a look at the following code: public static string ReplaceXmlAttributeValue(string xml, string attributeName, string value) { if (string.IsNullOrEmpty(xml)) { throw new ...


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When you say your custom property is blank, you mean when you look at the result of the Search Results template using your modified Display template ? It may seem far fetch but have you tried "Using a single template to display items" and specifying the modified template in the Search Results Web part configuration?


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This is the default behavior of SharePoint. This is how it works. You will not get the Image URL or FileRef as a lookup column from picture library. Here is an ARTICLE that explains about Using the Lookup column to display an Image. Another ARTICLE that might help you but it would create a custom lookup through JavaScript.



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