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comment Update template and reapply that template to old lists
I will check, but I think that even PowerShell should just give you the info about the server template the custom one was created from (example: basic list, document library, survey etc..). Are you sure they weren't talking about that? Anyway give me so time to confirm this.
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answered Update template and reapply that template to old lists
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reviewed Close SharePoint 2013 License
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reviewed Leave Open How do I download documents from SharePoint Online?
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reviewed No Action Needed How to add/create categories in a SharePoint wiki?
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reviewed Close Booking System for Resources
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reviewed Approve Booking System for Resources
Feb
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answered Set list column content type based on condition
Feb
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comment adding content type programmatically null reference exception
is by chance "newList.ContentTypes" null while you debug?
Feb
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comment SharePoint 2010 not Accessible
Seem something went wrong in your database machine. Probably it isn't the best choice from a security point of view (you should try to fully understand what happened to the environment before acting) but the situation seem pretty critical... have you tried to had the Local Service account to the allowed users from SQL Management Studio?
Feb
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revised Disallow Manual Filtering
minor rewording
Feb
3
revised Create subtasks through workflow
added 1 character in body; edited title
Feb
3
comment Sharepoint - Link to other list with filter
Also confirm that you are using a Calculated Column and that the result type is set to either number or datetime. BTW, I had to fix the reply above - I tested the formula in my environment and noticed that I had the two parameters in the query string wrong. It is FilterField1 and FilterValue1 - notice the added "1" at the end
Feb
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comment Sharepoint - Link to other list with filter
That would be the generic "Something went wrong" error page, right? You get it when you are creating the column? I have tried using a formula like yours on my standalone SharePoint 2013 development environment and it worked as expected. Notice that your sample in the comment above is incorrect - you are missing part of the tag. Try with =CONCATENATE("<a href='......' >","Test","</a>")
Feb
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revised Sharepoint - Link to other list with filter
fixed error in query string parameters
Feb
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answered Sharepoint - Link to other list with filter
Feb
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revised can sharepoint hosted apps use the office graph?
corrected tagging error, added more tags
Feb
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revised How to make getpeerurl function always work even if ribbon is hidden in JSOM?
retagged, removed the VAR tag
Jan
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revised reference ctx.CurrentFieldSchema with 'this' unsafe in CSR code?
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Jan
31
comment reference ctx.CurrentFieldSchema with 'this' unsafe in CSR code?
thanks Danny, probably I was a tad unclear. It is not like I am against any usage of "this". Your example is indeed a situation where "this" is actually advised. My point was avoiding it when all the gain is just a few less characters (see the original question) and the code will probably be used by junior developers as a learning resource.