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You describe the migration of data from the subsite to site collection as being trivial, but typically this type of change is Not trivial -- unless you are using some sort of migration tool such as ShareGate -- but if you are planning to use built-in export/import or backup/restore, you are probably not going to be able to move a subsite to a top-level site ...


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This works for me using Office Dev PnP. Set-PnPField -List "Library" -Identity "Document ID" -Values @{Hidden=$true} This way it's no longer visible on the DispForm.


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You can do as the followings: Create a column named "custom ID" in your list Create a SharePoint workflow with SharePoint Designer 2010 Insert "Set Field in CurrentItem" and set it like the below: set the workflow automatically start when an item is created: Publish the workflow


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Reason of the above error is: If we go to the “/_admin/FarmServer.aspx” page from the central administration and if we have multi severs farm – we can see one server status shows as “Upgrade Blocked” while another one shows as “Installation Required” as below: I will explain what are these two status means. Upgrade Blocked The server is blocked from the ...


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The first letter of the sharepoint list when passed into item should be capital letter. In this case the 'C' in the name is capital. var item = { "__metadata": { "type": "SP.Data.**C**aseListItem" }, "Title": "updated title" };


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You said "I am able to login to the application from the server. However, when I am trying the login from a different server." What is the different server you are referring to? Another SharePoint server? Can you ping the different server from the SharePoint server? Check whether other users can access to the site from the issued server.


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As far as SharePoint content database migration is concerned using the detach and attach method it will migrate everything - all designer workflows along with infopath forms. And we can not migrate directly from SharePoint 2010 to 2019. The sequence is 2010->2013->2016 ->2019 Few key points to remember: Complete all running workflows in SharePoint 2010 ...


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You would need to do some custom logic on your form using js or server side code. First query the list for all approved requests in given year. Use the value to populate label on form That will give you the amount spend. Then it is simple check in js that the number entered is lower than the funds left for that person in the tax year.


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