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comment How to access the property bag in Javascript?
You can create your own custom property bag for your site collection. I am trying to access that property bag. I got it figured out, see the question sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/37198/… for more details
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comment Grab a specific property bag using ECMA script
You can create your own property bag, which is what I did in this case. When I call on it from allProperties, it returns xml that contains keys (element names) and values (element values). I can just parse the xml and get the value that way. I don't even know if you can return a specific property bag using the JavaScript COM, I haven't found any code or documentation how to do so yet.
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comment Grab a specific property bag using ECMA script
I have multiple property bags, and when I call one of them from myPropBag.get_fieldValues()['propbagIwant'], it returns xml. Will I have to parse that xml to get the specific value that I want? Or is there a way to grab that specific property bag, then grab the specific value of that property bag?
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comment Grab a specific property bag using ECMA script
Also I know which property bag I want to grab, I still don't know how to grab it. I have tried: var myPropBag = this.props; var myPropBag1 = myPropBag.get_fieldValues()['propertyBag']; alert(myPropBag1.get_fieldValues()['myPropBagKey']); With no luck.
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comment Grab a specific property bag using ECMA script
This is great, thanks. Is there any documentation on SP2010 JavaScript client object model? I couldn't find much.
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comment How to access the property bag in Javascript?
Is there a way to access a specific propertybag as opposed to allproperties?
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