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According to the documentation: MSDN Use this simple code to set value people picker: //Get people picker Object var peoplePicker = this.SPClientPeoplePicker.SPClientPeoplePickerDict["peoplepickerID"]; // where peoplepickerID is ID of the element people picker that you could set value. peoplePicker.AddUserKeys(user.DisplayText); // set value, where ...


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Eventually, I gave up and did it manually. Since the field was just a text field linked to a person/group picker in an InfoPath form, it was a bit more difficult than I hoped. To do it manually, I just opened the XML files for the forms and deleted any instances of DOMAIN\.


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Probably you can add onblur event on the hidden textarea feild and check if it is empty or valid and do your logic. $("textarea[id$='_UserField_downlevelTextBox']").onblur(function(){ <do your stuff here> });


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This is the very good article which is for MOSS 2007. But I am sure it will work for SP2010 and SP2013. It shows how to create custom people picker inheriting OOTB people picker control. Hope it will help you. http://karinebosch.wordpress.com/sharepoint-controls/peopleeditor-control/ You can use this PeopleEditor control when developing application pages ...


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Is the problem on a specific application? See http://habaneroconsulting.com/insights/Trusted-domain-users-not-resolving-in-Central-Admin-People-Picker#.U9kgOPldUQd Is a separate account used for searching for users? Check using stsadm.exe -o setproperty -url http://yourapp.com -pn "peoplepicker-searchadforests" See ...


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I tackled this problem from the other direction. I created a plain text field in my List called "UserName". I then created a Name (With presence) field, called "NameUser". Next I created a Workflow on the list to copy the plain text from "UserName" into the "NameUser" field. When I generated a WorkFlow email from the list, the bit that says "Dear ...


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In my listdefinition (schema.xml) I had some CT's. Like <ContentTypes> <ContentTypeRef ID="0x01"> <Folder TargetName="Item" /> </ContentTypeRef> <ContentTypeRef ID="0x0120" /> </ContentTypes> This was added when I used the "wizzard" in visual studio, where I added custom list. just remove all those if you ...


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You have to add your field to the content type. See this post for more details. It describes your issue.


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Try adding the attribute ShowInNewForm = "true" to your Field-Definition (Field ID=....) Reference : http://jasear.wordpress.com/2011/12/28/sharepoint-2010-list-fields-not-showing-up-in-edit-display-or-new-forms/



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