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I solutionned the issue with a workflow and an action replace list item permission I test on wich content type i'm and i set the related permission


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When you add a list or library to a page, you can choose default view for that list or library on that page. Go to "Edit Web Part" section on the page you add the library.


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Taking a quick look at it (since this is a wall of a post :P), there are a few things that I noticed that MIGHT have an impact on this working or not. I looked at your xml file, and it seems you have the ViewStyle and ViewBody tag, but no ViewHeader and ViewFooter. They are required to create a custome ViewStyle. Another point, that may be the more ...


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As you can see in this question 2013 - Where is Timeline task color stored? - SharePoint Stack Exchange all the configuration of the timeline is stored in one property of the list. Therefore it is not possible to use different timeline webparts for one task list.


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Retrieve All Items view by using $myList.DefaultView if it is a default view or by using the index $myList.Views["All Items"]. Then add fields to it and finally update it. $defaultView = $myList.DefaultView; // Repeat this line for all fields $defaultView.ViewFields.Add($myList.Fields["FieldName"]); $defaultView.Update();


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Get the web and list: $w = Get-SPWeb http://localhost $l = $w.Lists["My list"]; This is how you select the view "All items": $view = $l.Views | ? { $_.Title -eq 'All items' } Then just add fields: $view.ViewFields.Add($hereGoesFieldName); And update view: $view.Update();



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