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May
2
comment JavaScript OnChange for PeoplePicker or something similar in a NewForm.aspx
I don't know about 2013, but in 2010 this package exists, which could give you an idea how to do it: spcd.codeplex.com
Jan
3
comment Exporting SharePoint lists to access database
Does your list have content approval turned on? I have run into issues while using that feature.
Dec
9
comment Update KPI Lists Script
@hugh thanks for the reply, we will need to update the KPIs to go from higher values are good, warning at 20, green at 26, to lower values are good, warning at 1, red at 6. I believe we decided that moving forward our client will have to handle the changes themselves.
Oct
31
comment Approval Workflow Task Permissions
Thanks, that's what I was getting at when I said make a new workflow. This is the solution that I ended up doing since I could not find where the permissions were set in the approval workflow. I just made it a list workflow that ran on task creation.
Oct
31
comment Approval Workflow Task Permissions
Thanks. Sorry, I should have mentioned I do have access to SharePoint Designer. We modified the Approval Workflow in SPD to send out emails and such. I am failing to find when it sets the unique permissions for the Task item thought.
Oct
11
comment SharePoint Designer Workflow Condition Evaluation
Upon further testing, my example does not work. Seems that it just evaluates them in order
Sep
25
comment Clear Multiselect Lookup
awesome, thanks for your help!
Sep
25
comment Clear Multiselect Lookup
thanks for the reply, I'm trying to understand how this works. So you collect all lookups in an array, reference the button on the page that has the text 'Clear', then for each field, it selects all the selected options, then removes them? Is that correct?
Sep
5
comment Creating workflows
This might answer your question. the created by field I believe has the same back end as a people picker. technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg602075.aspx
Sep
4
comment I need to create a custom calendar in sharepoint2010 for scheduling Appointments for a Marketing Firm
I don't know what you're asking. This might help you. office.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint-server-help/…
Aug
29
comment getItemById javascript error
Your second solution worked, thanks! The failing line was the getItemById call
Aug
29
comment getItemById javascript error
Thanks for the reply, that was a question I had. I am receiving the error: Webpage error details User Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; Trident/4.0; SLCC2; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; .NET CLR 3.5.30729; .NET CLR 3.0.30729; Media Center PC 6.0; InfoPath.3; .NET4.0C; .NET4.0E) Timestamp: Wed, 29 Aug 2012 20:33:38 UTC Message: Object expected Line: 881 Char: 1 Code: 0 URI: <form url>
Jul
16
comment Status/KPI List View
Thanks for the reply! I haven't had a chance to try out your suggestions, but would it be possible to create a calculated column, set it equal to the Value, then hide the goal/value/indicator columns?
Mar
30
comment Copy data from Lookup field to Filtered Lookup
Thanks, thankfully there isn't tooooo much data to just do the migration manually
Mar
22
comment Copy data from Lookup field to Filtered Lookup
@Christophe, thanks, so you're saying that it isn't possible to just move the data to the new column? A filtered lookup is just a column type........
Mar
21
comment Copy data from Lookup field to Filtered Lookup
I'm sure copying the information between two standard lookup columns would also work for coping from a lookup to a filtered lookup. I am using SharePoint 2010, I don't have experience with older versions, so a filtered lookup could be a new feature?
Mar
21
comment Copy data from Lookup field to Filtered Lookup
Copy/Paste from when creating a new column for a List Lookup (information already on this site) Filtered Lookup (Information from all sites in site collection
Mar
21
comment Copy data from Lookup field to Filtered Lookup
a filtered lookup as in a lookup column that is able to search the entire site collection for information, and not only the current site
Feb
13
comment Delete List Views
Ah, ok. So it's basically an arraylist. The other issue I see then is that you will skip over views, where if I delete number 5, 6 becomes the new 5 but I have already incremented past that. Thanks for your help!
Feb
13
comment Delete List Views
I have found the property List["List Name"].Views, which I assume will return a collection of the views. Why is it that you will use a for loop and not a foreach?