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Make the Content Type (which has the site column in question) the default content type. Source - http://sweechingho.blogspot.com/2008/07/sharepoint-site-column-default-value.html


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I recently hit the same issue which prevented me from adding an association column to a reusable workflow. As with Mikhail and Thijs I checked and tried many things, including rebooting the SharePoint servers. Deciding that the problem was SQL-related I decided to restart the SQL server. While this is not an ideal solution it does resolve the problem. At ...


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When you add a page content field it will created as sealed column and by default sharepoint doesn't allow to delete sealed columns. So to delete it via pwoershell. $web = Get-SPWeb “https://sharepoint.comm/” //this will get site collection reference $list = $web.Lists["List Name "] //get the list / library where Column is added $field = ...


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You can existing site column using powershell: $site = Get-SPSite -Identity "http://serverName:4001/" $web = $site.RootWeb $field=$web.Fields["Custom Site Column"] $field.Type= "Choice" $field.Update($true) $web.Dispose() $site.Dispose() But i think is the good practice as Joseph mention above is to create a content type which inherits from the issue ...


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I would create a new content type that inherits from the issue content type. You could then remove and use the fields you need from issue content type. The created modified fields are system fields. These are usually defined in the base type item. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/ms472236(v=office.14).aspx


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You can try using the below way: 1) Navigate to List Settings: 2) Click on the column 3) Check the URL parameter "Field" This is the internal name.


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If you go into the list settings for the list and click on the field you created, you will see the internal field name in the URL. If you created it as MyColumn, it would be MyColumn. If you created it as MyColumn and renamed it to My Column or something different entirely, it will be MyColumn still. If you created it like My Column, it will look like ...



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