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This looks like it's a problem: '__redirect={CxEditForm.aspx}' You aren't passing any List Item ID to the form, so it doesn't know what item to retrieve. A typical editform will have a URL like:/EditForm.aspx?ID=8. The wiring of the ListItemID should be automatically created in your custom editform, but you still need to pass the parameter. I forget the ...


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I've recently created a "Project Center" with a main site collection as the portal and each project in the company having it's own subsite. To access each of the project sites, I have a custom list running on the main site and use audience targeting on the list so people can only see projects they are involved with. These links are displayed on the site ...


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Try this- slight change in the HideColumn function function HideColumn(Column,IsHide) { if(IsHide=="True") { $('nobr:contains("'+Column+'")').closest('tr').hide(); $('nobr:contains("'+Column+'")').closest('tr').nextAll().hide(); } else { $('nobr:contains("'+Column+'")').closest('tr').show(); } }


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Try this way: Remove the inline height and move to external css Now apply your JQuery Script.


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You have to add ajax controls from the toolkit DLL in your toolbox on the left. For this, create another category in the toolbox. Click add controls and select the controls from the popup. You should be able to add ajax controls then just like you add normal asp controls via the toolbar. Should not be a problem with the target IDs then. Hope this helps


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You can make it important as .fullPageLayout,.ms-blog-MainArea { width:100% !important; max-width:74em !important; } Best practice is to load you custom css after corev15.css


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You could create a calculated column on the list that concatenates the multiple lookup values. In the Designer workflow, create a variable that will match the lookup value, then use it to lookup the intended item. Of course, you might want to hide this column since it doesn't have any use to the end-user. Example: You want to find an item based on Location ...


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If you can't see the Navigation settings link under Look And Feel in Site Settings, you'll need to turn on Site Publishing. However as it appears some has already modified the nav, it should be visible already. You should find that the Labor and Training links are either in the Structural Navigation settings further down the page, or they may be configured ...


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You don't have to do so, this step will Edit the current page. Open SharePoint Designer from any machine, and click Open Site and connect to your site collection as http://servername/sites/SiteCollection , and from there you can navigate to the workflows section and start your workflow.


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Do you have SharePoint designer installed on the server? If you do not, install it first. Once you have the SP designer, Open it and 'Open Site' and give the URL to your site, this should do it or you should get more relevant error if there is one. Also , you do nor need Internet to access a site from SP designer, if the SP designer is on the same server ...


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Go to Site Settings >> Navigation. You can see all options related to navigation. Links don't have to be subsites, you can add a link to Google if you want and it would appear just as you want.


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You can add this attachment control inside a Section control & make a formatting rule on the section to be hidden on certain condition so it would hide this attachment control with it. You can't just hide attachment control directly in InfoPath.


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Previously, I always created the columns on the SharePoint web interface. Just now I tried doing everything in SPD...and voila...it's working. I added the field and control to my form using InfoPath Designer. Then, added the columns to both applicable list and library in SPD. Adjusted the workflow in SPD, and published. Tested my form and workflow by ...


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After adding new fields. You should either close or refresh the SharePoint Designer Data. So to fix this, you can close the designer and start it. Then publish the workflow.


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One way to avoid the problem would be to retrieve the URL data via the JavaScript client side object model instead of via the lists.asmx or listdata.svc web services. ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(function(){ var listName = "My List Name"; // List title var linkField = "Hyperlink_x0020_Field"; // Column internal name var clientContext = new ...


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You can use wiki links to link pages together by simply using the page name surrounded by double square brackets. You create wiki links the same way whether you are linking to existing wiki pages or pages that do not exist yet. For example, to quickly add a link from a wiki page back to the home page for your wiki, type [[Home]]. Here are some examples of ...


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You can create a view with following filters [Created] = [Me] Or [Approver] = [Me] Then provide only Contribute permission to the users so they won't modify the view.


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I also faced the same issue in SharePoint 2013, I resolved it by opening the image in Microsoft paint then saving as PNG was fixed the issue.


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This is known issue with custom forms. Can you try replacing "<SharePoint:FormField" with <SharePoint:ClientPeoplePicker runat="server" ID="MyControlName" Required="true" ValidationEnabled="true" InitialHelpText="text" VisibleSuggestions="3" Rows="1" AllowMultipleEntities="true" CssClass="ms-long ms-spellcheck-true" /> you can also try the ...


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Just for the record, selecting the option to include content while saving the site as template solves the issue. Good to know that your issue is resolved.


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What you might try to build is a so called "stretched farm" across two datacenters. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc748824%28v=office.15%29.aspx#CfgStretchedFarm From your description, non of the requirements on bandwidth and latency are fullfilled. There are 3rd party products on the market that address your issue. You need to set up two ...


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Why it didn't work with workflows? Did you make sure that the workflow is running on item created on List1? Did you make sure you're not testing the workflow with System Account? If you've seen the workflow "In Progress", did it throw any errors?


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SharePoint is a web application and it recognized CSS style. Hence the complied sass files can be used in SharePoint. If you use Visual Studio then you can install the Compass extension to automate the process. Else you need to compile the file using command and replace it in SharePoint using Designer or Browser.


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For a user to trigger an "on create" workflow, they have to have edit permissions to workflows. Are you concatenating any fields? Specifically in the title field. Duplicate title names in the list or concatenating fields that aren't generated until after an item is created could be your culprit. Can you specify the condition and action for your workflow ...


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When I want to copy a step in SPD 2010, I just click on the step's box so it gets highlighted (blue), then ctrl+c, click where I want to paste it and ctrl+v. Works both within the same workflow and from a workflow to another...


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There are many ways to attach JsLink file to your list. If you want to add to new form only - you can specify it in the settings of the default new form from the browser: Also you can choose another way like: Use PowerShell and specify JSLink to Content Type Use PowerShell and specify JSLink to Site Column or List Column Or deploy you custom fields or ...


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How do you have the "To" field configured? Is it a lookup? I'm not 100% on that specific error but it's possible the system can't find who to send the email to.


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We had a similar requirement and discovered the following useful example for a custom display template using fullcalendar.js: https://www.pena.id/2014/06/sharepoint-aggregated-calendar-view-using-content-search-web-part-jquery-fullcalendar/ I personally found this quicker and easier to deploy than a custom app plus it integrates nicely with search for ...


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How to change the way search results are displayed in SharePoint Server 2013 about the naming conventions for automatically created crawled properties and managed properties (How to display values from custom managed properties in search results)


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When working with a Display Template you have to request Managed Properties from the Context of the current item. The general process is: Crawl content Map crawled properties to Managed Properties Crawl Content again Create a new Display Template (often by copying an existing template) Add a reference to your custom managed property in the display template ...


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This will be hard to implement in a workflow. Because of two issues Get the list of emails - The main reason is to get all items, which require some kind of loop. In 2010 this is not supported out of the box Run every day and sent emails (I am not sure about how frequently you want this to execute. For #1 above we can solve it using some workarounds are ...


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Background Unfortunately, SharePoint Online is notorious for this kind of things. They're updating something every now and then. I personally know about few situations when different javascript-based solutions stopped working because of minor changes to the page markup. So it helps to be consciously aware that such things can happen and will happen. Also I ...


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Unfortunately you can't combine Membership element with Value element. See syntax (childs element) documentation of Membership element. <Membership Type="CurrentUserGroups"> <Value>NOT POSSIBLE</Value> </Membership> If you use SP Server you can use feature: Audience targeting settings Create more Views, where every view is for ...


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This is not a SharePoint issue rather an Exchange server issue. To resolve do following on the exchange server Exchange Management Console Recipient Configuration Distribution Groups Right click the group PT.KT.Admin Select Properties Mail Flow Settings Open property for "Message Delivery Restrictions" Uncheck - Require that all senders are authenticated. ...


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If the pre-filled data is pre-determined for the date range, you could setup a lookup list that has start date, end date and field value. Then you could create a worlflow that checks the created date of your new items is greater than or equal to the start date in your lookup and less than or equal to the end date in the lookup. Then update predefined fields ...


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Take a copy of that .wsp file and save in sharepoint features folder 14 hive folder and then activate it to specific list so that it can run independently.


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You can use one of the themes that is available out of the box. To change Select Site Settings under Site Actions Click on Site Theme under Look and Feel On the Site Theme page, you can select different themes and you’ll see a preview of that theme on the left. Once you have decided on a theme, click the Apply button. To create your own theme Step 1 ...


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The workflow app, by default, doesn't have access to the UserProfile for REST calls Try following these steps to grant the workflow more rights: Go to your site collection settings and click on App permissions (/_layouts/15/appprincipals.aspx?Scope=Web) Make note of the App ID for your Workflow - it will be the GUID between i:0i.t|ms.sp.ext| and the @ ...


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I had this problem previously and I searched the whole net back and forth and found nothing. Finally I got this worked using workflow variables: Step1 Go to the Task behaviors Go to the When the Task is Pending: then Email task notification to Current Task Assigned To Yes I know this is only for the Task that we use for approval. Here is the magic: ...


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After activation you should associate the workflow with the lists For more details, refer http://www.mssharepointtips.com/tip.asp?id=1095


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What you need is to create the UL and DIV element in the control template and push your content in it via the item template. Now because you are working with display templates, this can only be done onces the rendering is complete, because at that time, the HTML is placed on the page. My approach is to add your list items and description values to two ...


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As a note to folks looking for a solution to this question for Office 365 or SharePoint 2013, you can edit the message using JS Link and CSR. For details and example code see this blog post: http://www.idubbs.com/blog/2015/jslink-csr-to-override-there-are-no-items-to-show-in-this-view/


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You can add rules to validate each field and display an error message if it fails. Adding validation rules to controls in a form template ensures that the data collected is accurate and consistent. When you add a text control, users can type anything into it. However, if you want to restrict users to entering an email address, then use a validation rule ...


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Save the source calendar as template with Include Content option selected and create a new calendar with this new custom template and that should bring all the entries.


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You have two options Using Powershell - This is easy to develop, but require and admin to perform the action By creating a visual webpart - This can be deployed into a SharePoint page so end users can initiate the synchronization For option2, you can create following logic A people picker to pick the user Source Calendar URL input box Target Calendar ...


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you need to customize the item display template, Go to Design Manger and then Go to Design Templates, download the item display template and then you can modify it and save it with a new name. here you go with an code example. ...


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You can do this whith powershell: Start a workflow: Add-PSsnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell $SPAssignment = Start-SPAssignment $web = Get-SPWeb "http://YourSharePoint/Site" $site=Get-Spsite "http://YourSharePoint" $list = $web.Lists["Your List"] foreach($item in $list.Items) { $manager=$site.WorkFlowManager ...


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I would edit the list in InfoPath. There is a lot you can do with repeating sections, required logic and show/hide logic in there.


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SharePoint disables the ability to create server-side script by default, you have to turn it on. You do that in the web.config file, in the configuration/SharePoint/PageParserPaths configuration section: <PageParserPaths> <PageParserPath VirtualPath="/_catalogs/masterpage/IndexQNewsArchive.aspx" CompilationMode="Always" ...


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I tried closing the designer and started again. But its still the same. And I have full control (Owner access) to the site.



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