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Allow users to add items to list from custom web part - On default new form put a script to navigate to page which says - "New item cannot be added from here" or alternately add content editor on new page with text " New item cannot be added from here" and hide (not delete) the existing web part on page Prevent same group of users to view/edit items ...


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Design the HTML needed in the body Create a new HTML page from File > New > HTML. In the new pane, select Split view from the bottom left corner of the screen. There are two considerations when you use HTML in workflows : Consideration 1 Workflow e-mails do not support class-based styles. All the formatting must be done using inline styles. If you ...


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Add similar code in your mail body <style type="text/css"> P.FontStyle { font-weight: bold; } </style> use the class name in your mail content. For Ex. <p class="FontStyle">Hello User</p>,<br/> <p> Your other body text goes here</p> So finally your code should look like <style ...


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You can set up retention policy to start a workflow when any condition (in your case closing data is today) is satisfied. In that workflow you can set step to delete the item. This way multiple items can trigger workflow to do the required functionality.


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The general rule is SharePoint workflows can only be opened with SharePoint Designer if the workflow was originally built with SharePoint Designer. This applies to both SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013 platform workflows.# Those workflows that are not built in SharePoint Designer, such as those built with Visual Studio, Nintex, K2, etc. - although most ...


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SharePoint uses the default URL for links in alerts and workflows that are automatically kicked off. The workflow system doesn't have any way of knowing which alternate access mapping any given user would use when logging into SharePoint, so it just builds the link using the Default zone since it has no other info to go on. Without diving into fully ...


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Try this link Hope this link will help. Also you can find various tutorial on google.


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Here's the deal. You can create a default view with access to only a specific user group. There are ways to implement this. Also, from all views, remove link for new item and remove column with context menu. Additionally you can put some javascript to not allow advance ribbon except admin group or something. Alternatively. You can put some javascript to ...


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Remove the NewForm and EditForm from the list. This way nobody can create or edit list items.


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To Solve this issue activate the SharePoint 2007 Workflows Feature using the following steps: Open the problem site collection in Browser. Click on Site Actions > Site Settings > Site collection features. Activate the feature called SharePoint 2007 Workflows. Open the problem site collection in SharePoint Designer 2010. Open the problematic workflow and ...


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I don't see any solution with SP 2010 workflow. Using SP 2013 you might be able to resolve. Solution is to create dictionary - A of the existing people picker control. Then take current user name in variable, user that initiated the workflow. Create another dictionary - B. Loop all items of dictionary A to find the match of current user in dictionary. If ...



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