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Make the list a template and don't include the data. You can make new lists from this template and even add additional columns to the new lists without affecting the original.
No, If a column 'A' associated with a content type 'X' is deleted in the list settings page, the column will be removed only in the list level and will not be removed from the site content type. So if you delete the column 'A' in list settings and go to Site content types, you will be still able to see the column 'A' in content type 'X'.
Single line of text can store 255 characters. So you will be good even in case of IPv6. One drawback of storing interger in text field is that you will lose the out of the box ability to apply mathematical functions like SUM etc.
Finally hunted down the error: I had the column indexed. Once I removed the index, it changed nicely, then I re-added the index.
Using either PowerShell or the SharePoint UI, Just add a site column to the content type, remove it, and then add it again. it propagates properly.
Try to find your previously created site column using powershell, if exists then remove it using Powershell. You get more info from below links: https://shipoint.com/2012/06/07/removing-a-corrupted-site-column-in-sharepoint-2010/ http://blog.sharepointsite.co.uk/2011/05/corrupt-site-column-cannot-be-deleted.html
Give some time after deletion of your column, then create a new column with same name If you still face the issue, take a template of the list and delete the list. Recreate the list and try creating your column
Your question is pretty vague, so I can only give some basic instruction. First of all, try and see if the content type you are searching is under another category from the "Select parent content type from" dropdown. I think this is pretty obvious, but it is still worth to check. Second, know that some of the available content type are provisoned by ...
Open SharePoint Designer. Open the website that contains your list with the calculated column. Click on "Lists and Libraries" in the left column (under Site Objects). On the right, click on the list that contains your calculated column. Under "Content Types", click on the content type where you want to hide the calculated column In the content type screen, ...
To hide any list column follow these steps: 1. Go to List Settings > Advanced Settings 2. Select option 'Yes' for Allow management of content types? 3. Now, in List Settings, go to 'Item' content type in Content Types section. 4. In Columns section click on the column you want to make hidden. 5. In Column Settings > Select Hidden option > OK EDIT:...
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