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You probably didn't add these properties to <List> in Schema.xml: ThumbnailSize="160" WebImageWidth="640" WebImageHeight="480" And these fields to View: <FieldRef Name="DocIcon" /> <FieldRef Name="PreviewOnForm" Explicit="TRUE" /> Without them the thumbnails aren't shown.


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I do not think that can be done. It shows the 4th view only once we click on it. (Dynamic HTML) But I found a workaround. Go to Edit Page. Click on Add web part and add a content editor with the links to all 4 views. Edit list view web part and disable the view selector menu. Also if needed, set tool bar to no tool bar and remove search. (Look where to ...


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Try to run the maintenance job on the content database of the web application.


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I dont think you can get this OOTB. You have to play and do some coding for this. Below blog talking, how to display all version but you can change/ code to get your results. How to display all versions in a SharePoint list view page How to display all versions in a SharePoint list view page – part 2


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Again, in case anyone else encounters this issue.... I've just found the same problem having un-installed Office 2007 from my work machine. I found this page Describing the problem and a link to a Microsoft Driver for '2007 Office System Driver: Data Connectivity Components' which fixed the issue without needing any repairs or restarts.


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Both should be exactly the same. Do you have a custom masterpage activated? If so, could you try using an Out of the box masterpage?


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finally it turned out, that the following caused the problem: the structure of the site collection its contained libraries was created semi-automatically by Windows PowerShell scripts and some settings were not set correctly and lead to that problem


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Finally, I've finished with creating console application. I'm not great in C# so it is a bit bulky but this solution works. If there is any mistakes, i will be glad to hear about it. var reader = new StreamReader(File.OpenRead(@"C:\temp\views.csv")); List<string> listA = new List<string>(); while (!reader.EndOfStream) ...


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It's because you ARE modifying an item on Frodo's view - when you set the "Assigned To:" field to a certain value the item is still within the view where all the items have that field blank. Think what the software is doing: An item on Frodo's view is modified, therefore an email will be sent Process the change - in this case, the field is not blank ...


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I think problem is that view does not refresh on page SPSite siteColl = SPContext.Current.Site; SPWeb site = SPContext.Current.Web; SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges(delegate() { using (SPSite ElevatedsiteColl = new SPSite(siteColl.ID)) { using (SPWeb ElevatedSite = ...


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Note that Views are quite static things in SharePoint. If you want to query the document library dynamically from your web part then you may consider using the KeywordQuery class. This uses SharePoint Search to find the matching documents but you need to display the results yourself. Also you will need to filter the results to your document library. Here is ...


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When you add the new view, you have the possibility of marking it as default view: public SPView Add( string strViewName, StringCollection strCollViewFields, string strQuery, uint iRowLimit, bool bPaged, bool bMakeViewDefault, SPViewCollection.SPViewType type, bool bPersonalView ) from MSDN. As you can see, by setting ...


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In MS tech forum, other user taught me the solution. so I'll share it in here too. in the Default style view, we need to use linkToItem=”TRUE”. However, in Basic Table style view, we need to use LinkToItem=”TRUE” instead.



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