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I was able to get it working. I found the SP.JS file in the Layout folder of Sharepoint. With this I was able to Google about Sharepoint s REST API with OData at https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/fp142385.aspx and about OData Query parameters at http://www.odata.org/documentation/odata-version-2-0/uri-conventions/#SelectSystemQueryOption . This ...


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I see you are using an on-prem version, so I suggest using out-of-the-box ways of achieving this. In the masterpage there should already exist tools to help you achieve this. In SharePoint 2010 (I haven't fooled around with Masterpages in 2013 a lot) the way to solve what you are asking for was to do this: <div name="onetidProjectPropertyTitle"> ...


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Mark, See if this can help you. If you are writing the custom code this can set you the starting point.


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Do you have the missing fields in the CAMLViewFields parameter of GetListItems? The only time you can skip them is if they exist in the default view, otherwise you need to explicitly use CAMLViewFields. Someone may have changed the default view? Structure of what you need in CAMLViewFields: Example: var viewFields = "<ViewFields><FieldRef ...


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You have some qualitative question there - hard to give a definitive answer. The first place I would start is going back and being sure you really understand what the requirements are in full. You need both the technical and business requirements, and should understand what they are using this form for. Then you can help them understand the benefits of ...


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I decided to to do it with web SharePoint's Rest API for a few reasons. SPServices is being depreciated (Well SOAP is) It was much easier to debug. Using the /_api/ to look into events created by the actual SP Events list (as opposed to my app) was much easier to work with than SPServices. In the end what I discovered was that I was missing several ...


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You can set the person(People picker) value by setting userID+";#"+Prefferedname var user = get_user_profile_by_login(); var userName=_spPageContextInfo.userId+";#"+user.PreferredName; //=================================================================================== function get_user_profile_by_login(login) { var user = {}; var params = { ...


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The setTimer function didn't work in the long run, because I couldn't get the PreItemSave action to continue after everything was done. I tried to do a Deferred Object to respond back with a final TRUE value to the PreItemSave at the end of the updates, but I found that it would just continue on after the initial Task creation. My final solution was to use ...


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Are you checking how many options are in #events before you add them (in queryEvents)?


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Try selecting id using jquery selector For example To get those that end with "ckbxEmp" $(document).on("change", "[id$='ckbxEmp']", function () {



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