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This is an old question but I'd like to share something because I experienced same issue and spent some time to figure out the issue. What I noticed is, the summary links become visible only after checking in a page. I am not sure why it is. Arun


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Please switch from custom .master page to default one, and test if it works then. Looks like your custom master page has some MOSS specific styles and even JavaScript that is not compatible with SP2010. Start from default master page and copy custom styles/JavaScript and other customizations one by one to determine which one is breaking the functionality. ...


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What i checked and looks like the chart web part does not have any settings to change the color of individual data points or plot data points of a series in different colors. As a workaround check this: ...


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Not, for do work in SharePoint from Visual Studio is required have install SharePoint (2010, 2013) in you local machine. For know how to install SharePoint in Windows 7/8 read this: Installing Sharepoint 2013 Windows 7


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In order to develop SharePoint solutions (farm or sandboxed), you must have SharePoint server installed. You can develop SharePoint apps without SharePoint Server, but you may need the Office Developer Tools, depending on your version of Visual Studio (the latest version of 2013 may have them installed already). SharePoint 2013 does not support Windows ...


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There may be a simpler way for this, but I got it working by changing the Data Source Details to 'Recursive All' and then adding a filter on Path for the correct directory via query string so now I just add: ?Path=/sites/xxx/yyy to the end of the URL to show a specific directory. If anyone has a simpler way, I am all ears.


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Use below script <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function(){ var oTable = document.getElementsByTagName("table"); if (oTable != null) { for (i = 0; i < oTable.length; i++) { var table = oTable.item(i); if (table.className == "ms-acal-month") { for (var c = 0; c < table.rows.length; ...


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Thanks Devang for your help. Here I'm just posting the final solution provided by Devang. 1) Below workflow need to create. 2) This important while doing entry in Previous Balance Column - When you are adding new record- set Previous Balance=0 or empty. - While you are editing the record second time, Set Previous Balance= Old value of Qty. Also I got one ...


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You can click on the Start Approval Activity. Then from there you can see "Change the behavior of a single task" "Change the behavior of the overall task process" You can click on those where you can see the "Send Email" activities. Click on Send Email Activity for editing the Email Subject/Body etc.


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You could utilize Regional Settings REST endpoint: /_api/web/RegionalSettings/TimeZone to retrieve SharePoint Time Zone settings and then get time for that time zone: function getSPCurrentTime(webUrl) { return $.ajax({ url: webUrl + "/_api/web/RegionalSettings/TimeZone", method: "GET", headers: { "Accept": "application/json; ...


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You can use a Sharepoint function to do it that is called GetPickerControlValue. You'll need to known the HTML ID of the both fields. Then just use GetPickerControlValue("ID_of_the_UserField", false, false) to get the value.


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You need SharePoint Designer. If you have not used it before, it may be a bit daunting. Here are the general steps: Open the site with SharePoint Designer, then open the list. In the Settings page, find the panel for the Workflows and add a new workflow. Edit the workflow and add an action that sets a field's value. You may need a few steps to extract the ...


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You can have a .css file included in your page layout. <asp:Content ContentPlaceholderID="PlaceHolderAdditionalPageHead" runat="server"> <link id="cssLink" href="<% $SPUrl:~SiteName/LibraryName/cssName.css%>" runat="server" type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" /> </asp:Content> In the cssName.css file you can do something like this, ...


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Add a new list workflow using SharePoint Designer and then use If conditional check Create a new variable and set value = 0 If currentitem:column1 equal "Yes" Set variable value = 1 If currentitem:column2 equals "Yes" Set variable value = 1 After completing this for all 30 columns. You can check If variable equals 1 Sent Email This ...


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Das I've used a combination of workflows in the past and then used additional functionality to make elements that are a bit tricky - reminders for instance - using other methods. In the past in SP 2010 and 2007, there was a bunch of excellent capabilities which used to add some really useful extra Actions to the options for a SP Designer Workflow - ...


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In order to get the content editor web part to work, you must first create a web part zone and place it on the page. Then you can add web parts to that section. Now when i go to the page in edit mode, i am able to add content and save.


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SPUtility.js is free javascript library which does this very well. Example You need to add the js reference in your master page. // Get the field var peopleField = SPUtility.GetSPField('Assigned To'); //here "assigned to" is field name spservices.js also supports this. Example var salesRep = $().SPFindPeoplePicker({ peoplePickerDisplayName: ...


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If you want calculate then you column type as calculated column and write formula of deducting column which you from 100. For eg: Column a is 40 and you column b as 60(100-40) then u can create column b as calculated column and write formula as : =100-[a]


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You should be able to do what Devang said to start the workflow when the item is updated/changed. If the workflow just needs to calculate a total value for a column why don't you rather create a view and set the Total value to calculate the sum for that column? Are you using the correct variables when doing your calculation? You are deducting from the ...


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Is your workflow set to trigger on Item Update? I doubt on this. There are checkbox in the Edit Workflow page. you should enable "Start workflow automatically when an item is changed" Please let me know in case more help is required. EDITED ANSWER as per OP's Comment. Devang / Vince - Yes after select "then update item in current list" but "Start ...


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There are two types of column-level security: (1) Data in certain columns on items/documents are visible/not visible to certain users. (2) The whole item is visible/not visible to users based on a value in a certain column. Not sure which one you are going for, but if option 1, you will have to implement custom code or get a third party solution. Bamboo ...


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Pause activity require to know how long it should Pause. So once it entered the Pause state it will wait till the time frame mentioned as part of initialization. In your case if the date field changes you should start another workflow which basically kills the previous and start a new Pause activity based on the new date.


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The workflow will pause till the original date only but will run with the updated data.


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Yep it is possible. I use this for a little Timesheet application. First, the list setup: Timesheet - The parent, contains metadata Timesheet Entries - The child, can be many entries per parent Has a "Timesheet" lookup column back to the parent list The Column shows the ID of the parent Timesheet You can't delete the parent Timesheet if there are ...


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You need to some how trap the new item created event. An this is not possible through JavaScript. The best option you have is to create a custom form and custom save button. On the save button click use JavaScript object model to insert the list item and then use copyTo for creating the attachment.


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You can't trigger 2nd workflow automatically (for now, maybe MS will solve recursion issue in the future), but there is a workaround to call it manually from 1st workflow described here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/sridhara/archive/2014/08/19/fix-sharepoint-2013-workflow-recursion-prevention-part-1.aspx You need to have at least May 2014 CU for this to work. I ...


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SharePoint Foundation In case of foundation you can add a Task App. And add that app into the site home page. Then use it to manage activities of employees. Manager can create task and assign it to employee Employee can create there own task to keep track The task list comes with due date and automatic reminders SharePoint Server You don't need to ...


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First of all triggering email on a daily basis is not fall into the workflow category. Workflows are there to automate business processes. For this type of requirement you should develop a SharePoint timer job. And schedule it to run every night. The job should pick up the events for next day and sent it to respective persons. This approach has following ...


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In edit mode you should click on the box. That will bring up the ribbon tools for text editing. Another alternative to your approach is by using RichHtmlField instead of content editor <PublishingWebControls:RichHtmlField InputFieldLabel="centercontentbox" FieldName="6946f02c-c941-452e-be99-14126eb266ef" ...


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I don't know about any OOTB solution, but this could be solved with JavaScript. Get list item count with JSOM or REST. Add links/buttons to page for each page (item count / items per page). On page link/button click refresh browser page with correct page number. Refresh would look like this: function refresh(page) { page = page * 30; var firstRow ...


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There is no out of the box way to achieve this. You need to custom develop and use SPGridView control http://blogs.msdn.com/b/powlo/archive/2007/03/23/adding-paging-to-spgridview-when-using-custom-data-sources.aspx


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Otherwise, you can add a HTML form web part on your home page and edit the source to look like <script>window.open(...)</script> See window.open documentation for details.


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To achieve that in a supportable way you need to add a javascript CustomAction to your Web's UserCustomActions property. Pop-up can be implemented by using either the standard javascript window.open() or SharePoint's SP.UI.ModalDialog. See, for example: http://github.com/OfficeDev/PnP How to use SP.UI.ModalDialog.showWaitScreenWithNoClose to display ...


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Are you working SP 2013 online or SP 2013 server. Because I have created a workflow and published using SPD 2013 in SP 2013 online from text based designer.


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Instead of adding a second view can't you redirect the user to a page in SharePoint which has the mentioned message Redirect a user after submitting an InfoPath form


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If you are in the advanced edit mode in the designer you can change the WebPart XML: <WebPartPages:XsltListViewWebPart runat="server" ShowTimelineIfAvailable="False"> The ShowTimelineIfAvailable Attribute will hide the timeline when you set it to false


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You should use the following formula in your calculated column: =SUM([CommunicationNumber],[CompetenceNumber],[MeetDeadlineNumber],[PriceQualityNumber],[ResponseTimeNumber],[ResponsivenessNumber])/COUNT([CommunicationNumber],[CompetenceNumber],[MeetDeadlineNumber],[PriceQualityNumber],[ResponseTimeNumber],[ResponsivenessNumber]) You didn't specify what ...


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The answer for this question depends on where you need the value. If you would like to show in in an app, it is rather easy to get (compute) it via JavaScript + Client Object Model / REST. If it needs to be displayed in a web part, it is even easier to get the value calculated on the server side. If what you need is a value in the summary row of the list ...


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I know it has been long, but none of the solutions above worked for me (even Aron's nuclear option!) Aron, you have my +1 and I hope that anyone experiencing the same problem can fix it easily by using your escalation system. I will just leave here a brute force option which worked for me. Look at your markup. You will see that webparts are placed within a ...


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Out of the box there is no settings to handle this requirement. One possible solution is to add JavaScript to pages and check the user agent string to identify the device and probably redirect to Access Denied page. This solution is not fool proof.


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Check out the out-of-the-box SharePoint Project Site template. It tracks assignments, tasks, team effort and can be customized further to your requirements - Understanding SharePoint 2013 Project Site Templates


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There are two ways to do this Option #1 using a hidden panel Move the Content Placeholder as below <!--- --- --- Hidden Placeholders --- --- ---> <asp:Panel visible="false" runat="server"> <!-- Place unused Content Placeholders here --> <asp:ContentPlaceHolder id="PlaceHolderSearchArea" Visible="true" runat="server"> ...


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You have to reapply the masterpage to the page after making changes to the masterpage. BTW you should not modify the out of box masterpages but create the new one base on existing one.


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I have the same issue. After convert the webpart to "Server Render", the filter works well. However, the interface of external list is witched to SP 2010, not 2013. Any solutions?


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In the end I added this to a content editor web part as I could not find how to refresh the web part only... <script> function refreshPage() { window.location = window.location; } setTimeout(refreshPage, 9000); </script>


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You can do this SharePoint Designer. I assume you have SPD Approval workflow set on your item. Start Approval process on Current Item with Head Click on Approval then Change Behaviour of Single Task then under When a task completes Modify this step to store check in comment. you can read Current tasks comments using this action Set Variable: ...


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OK so the only way I can get this to work is to create a calculated column based on the external data column, then group using the calculated column I have marked this as answer just in case another else has this issue


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For Doing this .. you must navigate it to The Whole URL.. so Do this .. Get ID of the current Item. create a Rule or you can use Code for button click event. .. on Button Next Click user clicks the button it will Redirect the page to other URL along with the Current ID + 1 .... Same process for the Previous button ..


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Looks like you have some custom solution in your farm which is causing the issue... Solution 1: Open web.config file path : C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS Change the following in web.config <customErrors mode=**"Off**"/> In your site go to site actions->site settings->site administration ...


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You should be able to just click "Edit links" on the start page of the public web and then create and drag-n-drop the items to create a hierarchy. This is a very easy way to build a hiearchy in the URL but still keep the pages stored flat in a library



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