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Jul
30
comment Sharepoint multiple line of text char limit
One quick addition: in order to truly enforce a character max using this method, you need to specify the max character limit in the slice call, not just -1. Although -1 will take out the very last character in the text area, if you get close to the limit and then hold down a bunch of keys all at once, you can get more characters in because the slice won't happen until keyup. So for a very hard limit, use $(this).val($(this).val().slice(0, 1000));
Jul
29
comment Can I add a start workflow link to a column in a list view?
You are correct there, you would have to use Powershell or some other method to set the JSLink property on an SPField object, AFAIK it is not exposed in the UI.
Jul
29
accepted Will a calculated column formula interpret number strings as numbers?
Jul
29
comment Will a calculated column formula interpret number strings as numbers?
Interesting. So the formula will do Javascript-style implicit conversion, but only if you add a number to the string value. So strange.
Jul
29
answered Confused with how created views work
Jul
29
comment Can I add a start workflow link to a column in a list view?
Actually, using CSR you could define the column you want the link to appear in as a site column, then attach the JS file to the column using the SPField's JSLink property, then all you have to do is add the column where you want it and the script will follow along. No more difficult than adding a calculated column wherever you want that functionality.
Jul
29
answered Change the order of images in a Picture Library - Sharepoint 2013
Jul
29
comment Will a calculated column formula interpret number strings as numbers?
@DannyEngelman, not like any other programming language. Javascript will do implicit conversion, so 1 == "1" is true and 1 + "1" is 2. Hence the reason for my question.
Jul
29
asked Will a calculated column formula interpret number strings as numbers?
Jul
27
answered Site collection upgraded to 2013 - help me identify what's missing
Jul
27
comment How to use 3rd party JQuery file uploader with SharePoint
Why the downvotes? OP stated "Any help or suggestion to achieve this will immensely help.", I think suggesting to look into using SP's web services is perfectly reasonable.
Jul
23
comment The condition Greater Than (>) cannot work in my jquery code
Agreed. But I answered it anyway. :)
Jul
23
answered The condition Greater Than (>) cannot work in my jquery code
Jul
23
comment The condition Greater Than (>) cannot work in my jquery code
Why do you think that it does not work?
Jul
23
comment How do I add a lot of contenttype aliases to a new Content Organizer Rule using Powershell?
@AsadRefai, again, not really sure, sorry.
Jul
23
comment How do I add a lot of contenttype aliases to a new Content Organizer Rule using Powershell?
@AsadRefai I am not familiar with the Powershell cmdlets available for SP Online, so I couldn't really say, sorry.
Jul
21
comment JSLink doesn't “work” when limiting the items in a list view
Great, glad it's working! I can't see your update right now, so I can't comment directly to that, but here's how I would handle that situation: first, I would try to avoid it :) If possible I would try to restructure things so no asynchronous callbacks were necessary. But, if I had to, I would probably use the item override to "tag" the items that need to be colored (with a fake css class), then fire the async call from post-render, then in the success callback, find the elements I tagged and apply the background color.
Jul
21
answered JSLink doesn't “work” when limiting the items in a list view
Jul
20
comment JSLink doesn't “work” when limiting the items in a list view
Is there a reason you are not using the Client Side Rendering / View Override framework in order to achieve this? By using CSR, you could have code run per list item, as it is being rendered, that checks to see if the item meets the conditions for your highlighting, and apply it to that item. This should, in theory, work with paging, as the code would run as each item is being rendered, and that includes re-rendering the next batch (page) of items.
Jul
20
answered modifying a site column using powershell without affecting its child list columns