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You are currently overriding a field. You can instead override the entire view, and display the fields you wish in whatever manner you wish. You need to set a few extra properties in the overrideCtx.Templates object, but it's rather simple. Here is an example: (function () { var overrideCtx = {}; overrideCtx.Templates = {}; ...


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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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