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comment Allow document “Move” but prevent deletion
This wasn't exactly what I did, but was the closest one. The custom move operation was already built, so I just needed elevated privileges on the SPListItem it self, AllowUnsafeUpdates on the item SPWeb and finally call SP MoveTo()
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accepted Allow document “Move” but prevent deletion
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asked Allow document “Move” but prevent deletion
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comment Create SP People Picker on the client-side
Thanks Paul, I will also take a look at your solution. Obrigado!
Oct
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comment Create SP People Picker on the client-side
By the way, any comments or suggestions are more then welcome!
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accepted Create SP People Picker on the client-side
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answered Create SP People Picker on the client-side
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comment Create SP People Picker on the client-side
I created a aspx that just renders a PeoplePicker control and I am extracting what is needed (HTML and JS) so I could dynamically create new "peoplePickers" client-side. I guess nobody have done this before (at least I couldn't find anything online) and this will be useful on the new "Windows 8 HTML/JS" sphere, so I will post my findings when I am done. But thanks for your help eirikb
Oct
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comment Create SP People Picker on the client-side
So you just had to create the proper HTML skeleton, include entityeditor.js and that's it? I check the HTML sent to generate a datepicker and it creates a bunch ridiculous JS functions like __Dialog__StupidIdName. So I was wondering how could you get this out of the box.
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asked Create SP People Picker on the client-side
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comment Force “Minor check in” when (instead of) “Major check in” occurs
I don't get any errors or exceptions, the document simply checks in as a major version, ignoring my changes. However the event is properly attached because if I use properties.Cancel = true; the event is canceled properly.
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revised Force “Minor check in” when (instead of) “Major check in” occurs
Added code example
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asked Force “Minor check in” when (instead of) “Major check in” occurs
Feb
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comment How to translate IE dialog messages (shown in document check out/discard changes)
Thanks Deepu but I tried both and sadly didn't work. Maybe installing Office 2010 language pack would solve this problem but I have to pay $25 to buy the Japanese language pack and I will not pay to try something that may not solve my problem. I will keep this question open until I find a solution.
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