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Instead of the Macro, you can also use the Left and Find formulas to rid yourself of the meta data for each column containing it. This is annoying if you have several columns, but it also works like a charm without adding macros. Another drawback is that you'll have to add the formula each time. My solution: Say cell A1 has the metadata and it looks like ...


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Basically it depends on the following settings: a Default Language of Term Store selected language while creating Term Set Assume English(1033), Finnish(1035) and Russian(1049) languages are installed and the following code is used for retrieving term sets: var ctx = SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var taxSession = ...


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You can secure one library based on folders. But if the information is confidential I would use the 3 library approach just to ensure users don't accidentally reset permissions somewhere and now all of your content is shared with people who shouldn't see it. Item level permissions are not recommended as the performance takes a drastic nose dive the more ...


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Old topic but maybe it will help somone - here is confirmation that this is a bug: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/24284773/how-to-hide-sharepoint-2013-managed-metadata-column-in-document-information-pane


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The operation of setting Enterprise Keywords field value consists of two steps: first one to resolve Keyword in Managed Metadata service application (MMS), this what EnsureKeyword method from below example is intended for After Keyword has been retrieved or created if it not existed, the value of Enterprise Keyword field is set to ...


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How to set Enterprise Keywords taxonomy field value using SharePoint CSOM Since Taxonomy API is supported in SharePoint 2013 CSOM, the following example demonstrates how to set Enterprise Keywords field value: using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; using Microsoft.SharePoint.Client; using Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Taxonomy; ...


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Enterprise Keywords is just a fancy name for a special term field that you can easily enable on lists, so users have a one universal field throughout the system for classifying content. So it uses Managed Metadata Terms, which can be centrally managed, e.g., some admin may be responsible for administering the Enterprise Keywords, and perhaps pre-populating, ...


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I have been looking for the answer to this one too. The following should retrieve the extra properties: //paste code on one line context.load(tsTerms, 'Include(IsRoot, Labels, TermsCount, CustomSortOrder, Id, IsAvailableForTagging, Name, PathOfTerm, Parent, TermSet.Name)'); The following blog had some good examples that have helped me get my code ...


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PowerQuery uses REST endpoints (listdata.svc) which unfortunately doesn't support Managed Metadata. https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/vstudio/en-US/bba6f165-b012-4c5b-8e1b-a6e0093bb333/sharepoint-2013-managed-metadata-field-support?forum=lightswitch ...


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Hopefully you resolved the problem. I have had the same issue. The only way I have found around this is to go into each site's "Site Settings" and then go into "Navigation" and press ok. Every time there is a change to the home page of a site, the security goes away and I need to go through the same process



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