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I have created a document library which contains an unique content type named Project (based on the Document set content type). I have created a flat view that only shows documents contained within the different Projects. However, I can not see with this view to which Project each document belongs. Is there a way to add this information into my flat view ?

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Please following steps:

Step1 Create a Flat view

  • Library settings >> scroll page to the "Views" section >> click Create view
  • On the Edit View page, scroll page to the "Folders" section >> check "Show all items without folders" option>> check "In folders of content type:" option

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  • Ok
  • Go back Documents Library and select Flag view, you will see the below effect figure:

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Step2 Create Path filed

  • Open SharePoint Designer 2013
  • Go to Documents Library, select Flat view, and then click Edit File in Advanced Mode

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  • Add the following field reference in between the opening ViewFields and closing ViewFields

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  • Save it
  • Now you will notice there is a new column being displayed “Path” in the Flat view

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