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Here is a link to all of the information you will need for creating validation on columns. This link goes directly to Microsoft's site where it explains how to format your validation statements for whatever it is you are trying to do. It also explains what they do and how they work. EDIT: If you have column validaiton on, like the Title field is required ...


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1) For showing the language switch with localized content the one approach you can choose is content translation using Resource Files. Reference Link : Link 2) The other approach you can go with using the below code block : int intLCID = System.Threading.Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentUICulture.LCID; if (intLCID == 1025) { ...


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You could try to search for the error message span with class .ms-error and append the column title to your message element in the top of the form. Could be something like: $(".ms-error").each(function(){ $("#myValidationMessage").append($(this).closest("td.ms-formbody nobr").text()); }); You can add this to $(document).ready(), because the page ...


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Here is your required function function validatenumber(el) { var regex = /^[0-9]*(?:\.\d{1,2})?$/; // allow only numbers [0-9] if( !regex.test(el.value) ) { alert('invalid value'); } } Check this jsfiddle for more details Please let me know if you have any question?


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I believe what you need is to pull Modified date into the Excel, since it effectively shows the exact date when Survey was completed. And there's no way for a user to change it. It can be done pretty easily with SharePoint Designer. Open up SharePoint Designer, navigate to your Survey list, and click "Overview" under Views box, find <ViewFields> in ...



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