New answers tagged metadata
Two things: Your metadata type is wrong. It should be SP.Data.ChangeOfAddressListListItem. The format is SP.Data.(list name)ListItem or SP.Data.(library name)Item when adding or updating an item. You are missing some headers. A POST request signals an add but you want to do an update. To tell SharePoint that you really want to do an update you need to send ...
Calculated columns can't go "vertically". You cannot create a calculated value that derives from another list item. You can only go "horizontally" meaning that you can only look at the data about the current item. The only other way to do it would be with a workflow or event receiver.
Note that all fields properties that have a return type of boolean, are set binarily (i.e. 1 = true, 0 = false). I would recommend looking at the return types of each of the properties you are trying to set on MSDN, SP Field Properties. It looks to me as though all your Boolean values are being incorrectly set. Set thusly; <Field ...
I don't think there is a quick and easy way to do this. You will need to do at least the following in your approach: Disable the Make New Folder buttons (otherwise people will use folders). Remove all existing folders. Create taxonomies with your users and subject matter experts Tag the existing files with the metadata terms. Develop ways users to find ...
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