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I got it figured out. Simply going into the library settings and clicking on "per-location view settings" will do this. Even if you click on it and then click cancel. I have not found a way to reverse this.
For REST you can refer this msdn article http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/fp142380(v=office.15).aspx A typical REST call look as below http://server/site/_api/lists/getbytitle('listname') You can use ODATA protocol for filter, select, expand, order http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/dn450841(v=office.15).aspx
To accomplish this, follow this steps: Create your date field "BaseDate" (in my case I created a Date only field) Create a calculated field "BaseDatePlus1" with the following formula =DATE(YEAR(BaseDate)+1,MONTH(BaseDate),DAY(BaseDate)) Create your other date field "Due Date"(in my case I created a Date only field) Now create a SharePoint designer ...
Here you go! This should work fine! It also includes metadata http://www.messageops.com/software/office-365-tools-and-utilities/office-365-sharepoint-migrator/
The Content Migration Wizard on CodePlex is a GUI tool and it is free, but you need to run it on the server. The GUI just generates the required PowerShell. You could open both the 2010 and the 2013 libraries with Windows Explorer, then drag and drop. That's free, but the metadata won't be retained. I doubt that there will be any free tools that do all ...
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