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Depending whether taxonomy field is single-valued or or multi-valued use the corresponding method: single-valued taxonomy field: SP.Taxonomy.TaxonomyField.setFieldValueByValue by specifying SP.Taxonomy.TaxonomyFieldValue object multi-valued taxonomy field: SP.Taxonomy.TaxonomyField.setFieldValueByValueCollection Method by specifying ...
In JSOM API use SP.Taxonomy.TaxonomyFieldValue.wssId property to get the list item ID of the list item containing the taxonomy field value that is encapsulated by the TaxonomyFieldValue object. Example var listTitle = 'Contacts'; var listItemId = 1; var taxFieldName = 'Country'; var ctx = SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var web = ctx.get_web(); var list ...
I had the same error yesterday. Open the elements.xml that defines the SiteColumns and delete the WebID and ListId properties of the SiteColumn. This works fine because the TaxonomyHiddenList gets found without the correct GUID. There's no need for the properties to get the sitecolumn to work.
I just finished a project downloading 20.000 doc's from Hummingbird(!), convert them to docx and uploading then to sharepoint. The metadata were in a csv file - we used tzunami for the export I tried to find a tool like yours but with no avail, so I went to c#. I could upload the project (V.S. 2013) if you want. If you don't have weird fields (like lookup, ...
Typically people will have accounts on something like GitHub, pastebin, jsfiddle, etc to share things like this. The sharepoint.stackexchange site isn't necessarily the place for it. The way around promoting your code is to ask a specific question, then answer it with your code and point to your github repo.
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