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it's not allowed to add item in sandbox solution so i developped a client script to complete this action


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listToLoad.Update() is not required to add an item. newItem.Update() should be enough.


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For information it's possible with powershell With this you can choose permission you want and if you want only add you can do this like this: Add-PSSnapin "Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell" -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue $url="http://mysp" $web=get-spweb $url #check permission level doesn't exist if($web.RoleDefinitions["AddOnly"] -eq $null){ ...


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This is not possible. SharePoint expects user to have permissions to view those items which are added by the user. However, If you want to ensure privacy by not letting users to view others items then go to List/Document Library Settings -> Advanced Settings and then set options for Read Access as "Read items that were created by the user".


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You can add a filter to the view. Filter it down to the user who created the file. Reference:- How can I allow users to add documents to a library but not be able to open other documents listed?


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Out of the box I don't think there is anything you can do to achieve this. However, if you have access to SharePoint designer you can create a workflow to move submitted documents out into a separate document library with restricted permissions.


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when the master page was deployed by a sandbox solution please make sure that the master page is checked in and approved. SharePoint doesn't check in and approve files that was deployed by a sandbox solution. Also make sure that the correct content type is assigned. because otherwise you won't see it too. To set the content type of the master page on ...



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