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You could consider the following options to determine the relative Url of the current Document Library: SP.ListOperation.Selection namespace Using SP.ListOperation.Selection.getSelectedList() Method you could get the ID of the list being selected: var currentListId = SP.ListOperation.Selection.getSelectedList(); and then retrieve List object or its ...
Get the list name using the variable ctx.ListTitle (reference: How to get List Name from JS Object Model - List Name from URL problem). Once you have the name of the current list, you can use the information from @tiago-duarte: How to find relative URL of a document library using CSOM Open up Chrome's Developer Tools and run "ctx" in the console. Inspect ...
You can modify app file before send to sharepoint. Here is steps: List item build app file with remoteUrl unzip it replace in all files remoteUrl to your needs zip it send to sharepoint If youy need to do same with app that already in Sharepoint, then you should do same with some app file on server and than send update to app using powershell
Absolute links to subsites that don't exist are treated as relative, but those that point to existing subsites work correctly. The trouble is that this doesn't change once the missing subsite has been created, so the trick is to actually remove the link and create a new one (even though its text and URL are just the same). This seems silly, so I'm not going ...
Use "../yoururl/targetlocation", with those two dots. Edit: Or you could also use the complete URL, e.g. http://sitecollection/subsite/
what you mean no body knows or access the sites? If you are talking about the site collections then you can check from central admin. Central admin> Application management > view all site collection..... On this page from right drop down select the web application and now you will see all created site collections under this web app. You can change ...
I'm assuming you're talking about using the FilterField and FilterValue query string parameters: You can filter on fields that are not displayed in the dataview. I would actually probably make a seperate querystring parameter for your data view in SP Designer, then you can use an OR condition in the list filter and not make any new fields (you also avoid ...
You can make use of Calculated columns, create your column 'TitleDescription' with 'Calculated Column' as type and use the below formula to concat the Title and Description, =[Title]&[Description] The above code will concat the two column value. EDIT: Calculated columns in SharePoint 2010 are similar to formulas in Excel spread sheet. Their result ...
I found the answer to my problem. By default, grouped lists are set to be collapsed. If you change this to expanded by default, the list filters as expected. Another wonderful hidden feature of SharePoint maybe?
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