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There's an easier way: ... list = listCollection.getByTitle("yourListTitle"); var defaultView = list.get_defaultView(); var defaultViewFields = defaultView.get_viewFields(); defaultViewFields.add("Title"); defaultViewFields.add("Modified"); defaultViewFields.add("NewField"); defaultViewFields.add("Attachments"); defaultViewFields.add("Status"); ...


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You can't do this with the out-of-the-box view. I think you will need to either program it yourself or look for third-party solution. BTW: I agree that duplicating the documents is out of the question. This will only lead to major confusion.


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Since you have selected Kunde as the column by which grouping is done, All the values entered in Kunde column will be a particular group. That is the default behaviour of grouping by columns. Now if you want to have document present in both group, add the document twice, one by selecting BBraun and next time by selecting SealTest. Or if you wish the user ...


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I have tried using this caml query, but it does not work. I guess it is the caml itself. There is no effect in the list view called "All Items". var viewContext = SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var web = viewContext.get_web(); var listCollection = web.get_lists(); list = listCollection.getByTitle("yourListTitle"); viewCollection = list.get_views(); ...


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NVM. Found I can just filter on if the column Compliance is blank. Please find clarification. I went to Edit the View in my list. Within the View settings there is a Filter Setting. I set the filter to the Compliance column to show items that "is not equal to" and left the bottom text box blank.


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At least I typed my own text LOL In the Filter settings of a View you can only use [Today] as is, you can do simple +- calculations but you can not use Functions. So you need to add two Calculated Columns calculating january1st =DATE(Year([YourDate),1,1) and december31st =DATE(Year([YourDate),12,13) and then compare in your View Filter if [Today] ...


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You can try this workaround: 1) Create a calculated column StartYear = DATE(YEAR([your date field]),1,1) 2) Create a calculated column EndYear = DATE(YEAR([Expiry Date]),12,31) 3) Create a View and Filter: StartYear is Less Than or Equal to [TODAY] AND EndYear is Greater Than Equal To [TODAY] Source.


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You will need to use some workaround as mentioned below. 1) Create two calculated columns Start Year and End Year 2) Start Year = DATE(YEAR([Expiry Date]),1,1) 3) End Year = DATE(YEAR([Expiry Date]),12,31) 4) Create a View and Filter Condition will be Start Year is Less Than or Equal to [TODAY] AND End Year is Greater Than Equal To [TODAY]


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Actually you need to access the site collection using Site Collection Admin account. Then on root site go to, Site Settings --> People and Groups --> From Menu, List Settings --> Down, you will find Detail and List Views. Select Your current view & find Item Limit settings on the page. Expand the Item Limit & replace the value from 30 to 100 ...


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Click > Site Settings > People and Groups (under User and Permissions). Check and confirm the default view. Click > Settings > List Settings. On the List Settings page select your default view (example: Detail View). Find Item Limit and increase the number of items to display. Default it should be 30.


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You would use CAML inside your JavaScript, here's how to use it: http://blog.bonzai-intranet.com/analysthq/2014/10/adding-an-xsltlistviewwebpart-with-a-custom-view-using-javascript/


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The error was produced because in masterpage layout Calendar was not nested in the following tag: <div id="s4-workspace">


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The List is viewed from the one Domain, so you can't do anything with the domain-name in the URL, that will be the same for all. Unless you give them one URL to accesss the List with their Company Name as QueryStringParameter so you can use a filtered WebPart Otherwise the user-domain information might be extractable from the users account info in the ...


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The problem was Library Settings -> Versioning Settings -> Draft Item Security -> Who should see draft items in this document library? I found the answer in some replies to a closely related issue posted on Technet. I thought it was a permission problem with anonymous users and lookups but it affected all new data entry in the libraries. My lookups were ...


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Is there any custom columns added to the list? Try to create a new view and select one or two columns and see if it this is going to work? Do this happen in any other web applications? Try to use SPD to dissect the view and see if you find anything different?


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You can create a view based on a calculated column or using [Today]. So, if you create a calculated column that stores the month and year extracted from the document library, you can create a view that filters the items based on the calculated field!


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Do you have publishing enabled? Do you require check-in and check-out on the page that contains the web part? If so, you may need to check-in the page and publish it.


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If you've got a developer on staff, this can be done with code. Would advise creating a timer job to run once a month with the update code. This should put you on the right track: http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/blogs/how-to-create-a-view-in-sharepoint-2013-using-csom


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Make sure your anonymous user can browse to and view both lists - the list in question here and the list where you're creating the lookup from. There is a special setting to allow anonymous users to view list contents that can only be set in powershell.. SPList.AnonymousPermMask


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I just found the answer from the following blog. https://prashobjp.wordpress.com/2014/02/14/managed-metadata-column-values-not-visible-for-users-in-sharepoint-20132010/ I am not sure what happened but I added nt authority\all authenticated users and now everything is working.


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I believe these are all related to the Compliance Center roll out, that shows as previously released on the roadmap, http://fasttrack.microsoft.com/roadmap. The Office 365 Compliance Center is one place to manage compliance across Office 365 for your organization. You can define central policies that apply across your data in Office 365, such as ...



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