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Aug
20
comment How to Upload File to Sharepoint Via Commandline?
Well, what is your commandline?
Aug
14
comment Updating a username in a List - false positive
Also, the function works fine if I use the script to update an entry with an account I just created - and that doesn't insert the `-1;#' part. I'll try it and say what happens.
Aug
14
comment Updating a username in a List - false positive
Really? That -1;# is what you get when you fetch a value from a lookup column.
Aug
14
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Aug
14
revised Updating a username in a List - false positive
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Aug
14
revised Updating a username in a List - false positive
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Aug
13
revised Updating a username in a List - false positive
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Aug
13
asked Updating a username in a List - false positive
Aug
10
comment Fetch Username from Lookup-Column using Powershell
Pardon again, but how can I get that value returned in username format and not display name format?
Aug
10
accepted Fetch Username from Lookup-Column using Powershell
Aug
10
comment Fetch Username from Lookup-Column using Powershell
Uh, never mind that. It's supposed to be null when the field is empty... Thanks! It works! I appreciate it a bunch, fellow.
Aug
10
comment Fetch Username from Lookup-Column using Powershell
I'm having trouble with that. $lookup seems to be fetching null.
Aug
10
comment Fetch Username from Lookup-Column using Powershell
So you would tell me that using the $Lookup that way would return the real lookup value instead of the funny return string? I'll try that out.
Aug
10
asked Fetch Username from Lookup-Column using Powershell
Aug
7
comment Choose Username column in Content-Type
There's no way to know what is being returned by [Me]. I started a thread here in an attempt to find that answer: sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/74470/… As far as the workflow, I can get whatever I want out if it - that is, I can format the text any way I want, but I can't figure out what it is supposed to look like in order to match [Me].
Aug
7
comment Textual resolution of [Current User] and [Me]
I understand that it returns the "current user name" - my question is: what is the format? What does it look like when it gets returned. Your link doesn't help me any here.
Aug
7
revised Textual resolution of [Current User] and [Me]
bump
Aug
7
revised Page Field Filter displaying 1;#ColumnName instead of ColumnName. Bug?
...using Sharepoint Designer...
Aug
7
comment Inconsistent matching with XSLT match
Ah, yes, anytime there is a space in the title name, it gets swapped with _x0020_. Also, if someone renames the column titles using the Sharepoint GUI, the code-behind names don't get switched along with it. Firebug is our friend!
Aug
6
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