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It works on jsfiddle because you have only one link. Look at this example: $('a[title="Add"]').attr('href', function(i, href) { return href = "http://share/Lists/Calendar.aspx?P=P1"; });


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I got solution on following link. http://vishalmarnepune.blogspot.in/2013/02/how-to-add-attach-file-control-on.html


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Check this blog post out, it should cover all the bases you need to use user or group field while sending email to all users contained in such field: http://brainstorage.wordpress.com/2013/06/14/sending-workflow-emails-to-users-or-groups-from-a-person-or-group-field/ tl;dr: Need to get comma delimited Display or Login Names from the field :)


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Edit the page in Advanced edit mode, then in Split mode, click on the XSLTListViewWebPart tag. The List View Tools tab will open. Click on Design > Customize XSLT > Customize Entire View. At this point, the default XSLT code will be shown and you can start editing.


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This is probably due to your master pages putting the browser in IE compatibility mode. Look for <meta http-equiv="x-ua-compatible" content="IE=8" > in the master page used. But I'm afraid it is not as easy as changing this, see for example here, the people picker acts in a bad way if this is changed. Also, there is a hotfix you must install for ...


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Now it's working! I will share my finding: If we have SSRS 2008 or 2008 R2, we have to run the SQL Reporting Services Configuration followed by SharePoint Settings for the SSRS, which is available under General Application Settings. In case your reporting server is on SQL SERVER 2012 you don't need do any configuration in Reporting Services Configuration, ...


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Take a look at SPManager, you can navigate the SharePoint objects and see XML of ListViews, fields etc. Here is the CodePlex page: http://spm.codeplex.com/ And here a direct link to the 2010 version: http://spm.codeplex.com/downloads/get/526736


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You can use the 3rd party tool Column/View Permission to manage permissions based on conditions which in your situation is to display comments field only when the value in field Approved is No, with no code. BTW, I work for this tool's provider and I mentioned our own product because it works for your issue. Hope it helps :)


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I have designed a similar solution using jQuery, the only downside being that my filters will work only for data loaded within the page, However it is good for the connected filtering. Please refer to my post jQuery - cool filter for SharePoint lists


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If you're asking what I think you're asking, you need the ability for users to perform an advanced search on custom columns, with the user selecting a value from dropdowns in order to search on using fixed values (rather than the default free-text experience). If that's what you need, you should look at the SP Search Extension webpart on Codeplex. We had a ...


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This issue has been resolved. The site where the workflow was imported did not have SharePoint 2013 Workflow feature activated. Once that feature was activated the workflows showed up in designer and worked perfectly.


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This is the best and shortest solution Go to Edit web part and select "Miscellaneous" property and click on Server Render checkbox. then you will able to see that in designer hope it helps!


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I agree with Per Jakobsen and wish to add that there also intelligent scanners (I have seen such models from HP) that even have the required button on the scanner's menu and are capable of scanning and doing OCR before sending the document to the designated document library.


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You can easily copy WF to another site, so back it up that way. Select wf, copy, go to another site to Workflows, click paste. Then all you need to change (in case of list WF) is the associated list ID in .xml.wfconfig.xml file. source: http://mikessharepoint.wordpress.com/2013/01/17/moving-sharepoint-designer-workflows/


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I can't really provide a sensible answer to why this is happening (I can confirm I'm experiencing the same weird behavior. I'm sure this is related to the fact that they cut out the designer part without properly thinking about the consequences this would have had). What I can offer is a dirty workaround that proved to be almost always working in my case. ...


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I think I found the answer. I'd created the page as a 'non-webpart' page. When I created a webpart page I was able to add the webpart and then amened it according.


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I would use (timer) job which would run (every day) only on specific date (5 days before month ends) check for running workflows in specific list/library/site. If any WFis running -> get WF item and send email to approver.


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I'm not sure if it can be done with code. You can edit the properties of the web part in the browser, and deselect the Timeline option there, but the option is not available in the properties window in Designer.


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Depending on the scanner it may be able to send scans as emails either directly or through an app. If that's the case then you can email enable the document library and then configure the scanner to send to the email address of the document library.


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In short you could declare them as varchar as you asked. However, BCS will create your mapped fields (for your external list through the External Content Type) based on the column types (e.g. if your database column for "Name" is varchar(50) then your ECT field "Name" will be a single line of text). Also, you won't get any built-in validation support if you ...


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The fastest way to do this is using an event receiver. There you can choose if the permissions need to be set when an item is added (ItemAdded) or only when a user updates an item (ItemUpdated). I made an event receiver in a feature that set permissions based on a metadata field (column A). If this field had value A, it gives people that are mentioned in ...


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You can use a full bootstrap theme for SP2013 and it will have all the resources for what you need. You can get a theme from here. http://bindtuning.com/cms/sharepoint/sharepoint-2013/theme/TheBootstrapTheme Once installed and applied to get and accordion in the Quick Launch you just need to edit the master page and add a css class to the the MenuV. ...


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You can do some branding changes by creating a custom survey list definition. This blog post describes how you can create the list definition and how you can modify NewForm and EditForm: Hide save and close buton in survey The modification here is to remove the save and close button, but you can add your own branding instead. The DispForm.aspx can be ...


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One way at least is to use this CSS: .ms-formtoolbar { display: none; }


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Use Mozilla Firefox or IE developer tool and find for the exact tag for "Home". Try to search for "breadcrumbs" in master page and remove the corresponding tag. I think the Home is placed under <div id="s4-bodyContainer"> of v4.master.


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This looks like the master page has been modified. Edit the site's master page with SharePoint Designer and remove the text. Save and re-publish the master page.


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Unfortunately this is not possible, even in 2013: http://wehatesharepoint.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/sharepoint-designer-13-preview-still-no.html I need to do research whether it's possible to write a custom add on (just like Office ones) for SharePoint Designer 2010/2013 as it's a pain to scroll through a lot of code you are not interested in whilst using SPD ...


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For existing documents, you can create item level permissions. You need to go to the list permission page and click on Stop Inheriting Permissions. This will allow you to select individual items and assign groups or individual permissions for that item by clicking on Item Permissions on the ribbon (or the context menu). For new items, you can create a ...


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Workflow. SharePoint designer 2010 workflows have actions to add/remove permissions to do exactly as you're describing.


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I'm indebted to this exchange Publish missing in Sharepoint Designer 2010 where @webdes03 explained: "SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure" must be activated on the site collection and the actual subweb you're working with, it is set in both places (two separate features, one in Site Collection Features and one in Site Features). All looks good ...


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According to the section Workflow limits in Software boundaries and limits for SharePoint 2013 For variables Maximum workflow definition (xaml) size Description: Attempts to publish xaml files that exceed the size limit will fail. Max value: 5,120 KB Limit Type: Boundary Workflow variable value size Description: The maximum amount of data that can be ...


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Here's something that will get you started. function GetKeywordFromUrl() { var hashValue = window.location.hash; if (hashValue) { var k = hashValue.split('#k=')[1]; if (k) return decodeURIComponent(k.replace(/\+/g, " ")); //For executing keyword/filter search from a textbox var txtSearch = ...


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When I run into an issue like this, I create a list of the categories that stands on its own and use it to populate the dropdown. I have a list that shows in the field of Title: Hazardous Waste NonHazardous Waste Universal Waste and others.... This limits user input to only those authorized categories.


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If you use SharePoint 2013 all described functionality without creating list level workflows. You can use just single site level workflow. SharePoint 2010 workflows don't support loops, but SharePoint 2013 workflows support. I would recommend 3rd party products developed by my team: SharePoint workflow Scheduler Workflow Actions Pack I would ...


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If you're on SPD 2010, you can do this conveniently from the UI. Under List View Tools > Options > Parameters, create a new parameter, then add a filter which uses the newly created parameter. (In SPD 2013 it's similar, but getting the UI to show the List View Tools can be a bit trickier) You can do this manually too: add a ParameterBinding (the example is ...


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Finally I got the solution from this blog http://sharepointkids.blogspot.in/2014/04/two-level-cascading-drop-down-in.html


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How to get rows count in List View <xsl:value-of select="count(/dsQueryResponse/Rows/Row)" />


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for checking, if a file name is valid in SharePoint, you also must prevent consecutive dots in the filename and a dot at the beginning or at the end of a filename. Please see also here http://support.microsoft.com/kb/905231/en-us (there is also the plus sign "+" and a starting "_" mentioned as forbidden, but that works for SharePoint file names. These are ...


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You need to remove it as there is no need to download a stand alon installation. On the SQL server installation disk for 2012 it contains a feature that inclueds ssrs, ssas and ssis. follow this instead: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj219067.aspx EDIT step by step guide: ...


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You have to Edit the page in Advanced Mode. Edit the page in SP Designer and in the ribbon you can Advanced Mode option. Then Add your script in PlaceHolderAdditionalPageHead.


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The issue is resolved by making the below change in my web.config wshttpbinindg to basicHttpbinidng( <endpoint address="18.15.158.125:186/CustomDataList.svc"; binding="basicHttpBinding" contract="SPListData.ICustomDataList"> Also one more change which i made was for my web service in IIS instead of Apppool account i have given windows user account.


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Use SPservices as only SharePoint Designer is enough for it to work. It may not work if list item exceeds list view threshold in some cases. Also it depends lot on browser compatibility of jQuery. But this is simplest method that you can use to do cascading dropdown although its not very reliable $().SPServices.SPCascadeDropdowns({ relationshipWebURL: "", ...


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since it has already been more then 24 hours I bet that this post is somewhere around the 15th page so this is never gonna get answerd is it?


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It's not possibile OOB so you have to implement it with javascript or you can use SPServices to do that: https://spservices.codeplex.com


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Elena, If you are looking for Out of the box way, you can use Grouping to achieve some level of Tree view.. But if you want folder wise structure as a complete Tree-view till n-levels, there is no Out of the box feature available. You will need to create a custom Web Part, already shown here: Document Library Tree View Web Part for SharePoint Or Add a ...


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Just in case someone has the same question, here is how I resolved it: I had to republish the .xsn form, promoting the appropriate fields. The fields I needed were not being promoted by default so I had select them manually when I republished with the publish wizard.


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One of my colleagues found out a solution for this. First we have to create a Site workflow for this.Not a list workflow for site feed. In the site workflow we have to create a loop. In the workflow first we have to create an infinite loop and wait for a item adding event for Microfeed list. Then in the email action we can add lookups for the ...


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You need to use static name aka internal name of columns in value pairs. The internal name of column Employee Id may be Employee_x0020_Id and for Employee Name it may be Employee_x0020_Name StaticName StaticName (as opposed to DisplayName) means the underlying column name, e.g., Region_x0020_Name. This is also sometimes called the 'internal ...


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When using passthrough as the authentication scheme, you need to configure Kerberos Delegated Authentication for most real world scenarios. When BCS attempts to use NTLM Windows authentication there is no mechanism for BCS to pass the current user's credentials on to the WCF service. This is why you get the authentication error, because your WCF service is ...


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Below Code worked for me public Vendor[] GetVendors(string strFilter) { string siteName = "http://myappserver.com/myname/"; string webName = "Susite2"; string listName = "Vendors List"; string fieldTitle = "Title"; List<Vendor> listVendor = new List<Vendor>(); ...



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