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You have two options to achieve your requirements (1) OOTB Solution In the choice field settings, you can allow Fill In option to Specify your own value. Advantage of this solution: No code required Disadvantage of this solution The issue of this solution, it always shows a text box to add your own value whatever the selected value is other or not. (...


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In my opinion, No need to create a sperate list with a complex workflow to achieve your requirements, What I recommend is to do the following: Create a Custom View that filtered by DDL=Approved In Totals setting, beside any fields select Count I think the above solution should match your requirement in an efficient and simple way :)


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You don't necessarily have to even touch the list itself, just a quick modification on your data connection should do the trick. Sounds like you've successfully created your Data Connection and have set up your drop-down to pull from that Data Source correct? If so, just do the following and your drop-down will be in alphabetical order... Select Data ...


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I use Chosen.js Easy to implement, and I used this week with a lookup with more than 500 itens, works really fast and easy. you will need: jquery-1.12.1.min.js chosen.jquery.js chosen.css


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$(document).ready(function(){ if($("select[title='_title of column_'] option:selected").val() == "Choose.."){ $("select[title='_title of column_']").val("In progress..."); } }); not tested, but something like that should do it


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Mallu, This can be achieved by creating Editorpart for your custom web part. Lets say the web part that we are building is RightNav.ascx Create a .CS file under your web part (.ascx) Full code of the EditorPart.cs is as follows You may have to edit the code as per your requirements class RightNavEditorPart : EditorPart { #region ...


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Try the following: using (SPWeb web = new SPSite(siteurl).OpenWeb(weburl)) { SPList list = web.Lists.TryGetList("MyList"); SPQuery query = new SPQuery(); query.Query = "<OrderBy><FieldRef Name='ID' Ascending='TRUE' /></OrderBy>"; SPListItemCollection collection = list.GetItems(query); MyDropdown....


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Assuming is infopath, you can create a new rule in your "RAM" Field. Select the "RAM" Field Go to properties tab > Manage rules On manage rules window, click "New" > "Formating/Format" Check the checkbox, hide this control. Create a new condition for this rule, something like: if "device" field equals to "Desktop" Or >> if "device" field equals to "...


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Add below line of code under dropDep.DataBind(); ListItem newItem = new ListItem("Not a dept", "0"); dropDep.Items.Insert(0, newItem);


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You have made some spelling mistakes,like in your screen shot In SubDomains list display name for column SecondaryDomian In your script it shows SecondaryDomain, change column value use bwlow script <script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-latest.js" type="text/javascript"></script> <script type="text/javascript" src="//cdnjs.cloudflare....


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Try below steps: Create one variable in PowerApps. Let Say, Testvariable. OnChange of your first control, Update the value of this variable like: UpdateContext({Testvariable: Dropdown1.Selected.Value}) Then Set Default property of your second drop-down with this variable. Reference: Change dropdown value OnSelect.


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I take it that within SharePoint Designer you are viewing the form in a dataviewwebpart, and the form elements within that webpart XSLT are being rendered via a "SharePoint:FormField" control. The difficult part here is that SharePoint doesn't give you any real configuration options with that control in SharePoint Designer. It automatically renders the ...


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Okay, I solved it. And you can't tell me it doesn't work, because I can see it with my own eyes :) So, that javascript you are running from that guy is unecessary, and it makes things more difficult that they should be. So you have three columns. One column has the status, one column determines the color, and the final column has the div tags. And it's ...


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You should create a custom form for this. Another option is to edit the default new/edit forms and add a Script Editor WebPart. Inside that you should use JSOM or SPServices to find whether the current user is Admin. Then using JavaScript remove or add Option Tag's.


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You will need to create the structure using SPServices.CascadeDropdowns like 404 said. Also make sure you have the fields that you want auto-populated set up as required fields. If they are not required and for some reason don't want them required you can do the following (I would recommend requiring the fields, I just wrote this out before that crossed my ...


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Add Script Editor Web Part to the form with the following type of jQuery code. Note that you will need to get hold of the correct drop down, so the jQuery selector for the drop-down is just a sample: $("input[title='Computer Type']").on("change", function (e) { if ($(this).val() == "Laptop" || $(this).val() == "Desktop") { $("input[title='RAM']...


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Create a rule in RAM field. FORMATTING RULE The rule condition should be if Drop Down is equal to scanners OR if Drop Down is Blank. Then check the "Hide this field" option. You may also need to put a clear rule. You will need this if a user, for example, selected laptop then selected a RAM value. Then changed his mind and selected scanners instead. You ...


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Figured it out! You can't do it with SPServices.SPCascadeDropdowns, but you CAN do it with SPServices.SPFilterDropdown! This works perfectly! //Filter the Category dropdown $().SPServices.SPFilterDropdown({ relationshipWebURL: "", relationshipList: "TicketCategories", relationshipListColumn: "Title", relationshipListSortAscending: true,...


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Try this links , This is brief intro to how the Top Navigation (also known as Global Navigation) functions Out of the Box. Note: I am not talking about an easy solution to creating a consistent Navigation between Site Collections http://community.bamboosolutions.com/blogs/sharepoint-2013/archive/2013/11/22/how-to-configure-a-drop-down-menu-on-the-top-link-...


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you can achive this using Manage MetaData and Navigation OOTB kindly Refer below Link this will help you get your result http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/15876.sharepoint-2013-navigation-using-managed-metadata.aspx Thanks


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Regarding the error you're seeing: If you use [ValidateSet('site','webapplication')] for your Scope-argument, you can only call -Scope site or -Scope webapplication. If you use something different PowerShell will tell you by raising an exception ("The argument ... does not belong to the set ...") Explaining the script: (Be warned: My findings are from ...


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Below snippet is working fine for IE8 and later version. $("#ddlDomain option").eq(0).before($("<option></option>").val("").text("--Select--")); If you want to show selected option which you have added by above statement then you need to add one more statement as below: $('#ddlDomain').prop('selectedIndex', 0); Hope this helps you... Happy ...


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You have made some spelling mistakes. In the Scripts you're using relationshipListParentColumn: "SecondaryDomian", but your ParentColumns exact name is "SecondaryDomian". Use the scripts as $(document).ready(function() { $().SPServices.SPCascadeDropdowns({ relationshipList: "SecondaryDomains", relationshipListParentColumn: "PrimaryDomain", ...


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You can't do that with validations. All you can do is have a formula that returns true or false, as to whether that field is valid or not. You can't affect other fields. If I had to do this, I would put a Script Editor web part on the form and use JavaScript (and Jquery and the SPUtility library from Codeplex) to show/hide the second field in the "onchange" ...


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You can use SPServices to Cascade your dropdown lists if they share a lookup relationship. $().SPServices.SPCascadeDropdowns({ relationshipList: "ManagerListName", relationshipListParentColumn: "Department", relationshipListChildColumn: "Manager", parentColumn: "Department", //Internal name of the column childColumn: "Manager", //...


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Two suggestions that may help: Use jQuery's prop function: $("select[Title='Approval Status']").prop("disabled", "disabled"); And instead of using jQuery's document.ready, use SharePoint's ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded. The reason for this is that sometimes sp.js isn't finished with setting all the controls and values on the page before document.ready ...


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You are on the right track. Have you tried to using a calculated column yet? (List Settings>Create Column>Calculated Column). I think you are using a normal field (number field or text field)? The formula in these fields types is not powerful, the Calculated Column will be able to do what you need. In my example I have a field called Unit. Possible ...


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For this example, I created two lists; Representatives and Sales. In Representatives, I have a column for the Rep's name, a UniqueID (how you choose to address this part is up to you... I just manually assigned a number), and a Count (or Score) of their Approved Sales. So: Columns Name UniqueID Count In Sales, I have a column for the Representative, the ...


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In SharePoint 2013 was introduced a so called Client Rendering Mode (CSR) which represents a rendering engine for list views, list forms and search results. I would recommend you to consider the following approach for your task. Below example demonstrates how to highlight list task rows based on their status Template code: SP.SOD.executeFunc("...


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When attempting to troubleshoot something like this, remember that F12 is your friend. The CSS tab of most browser debuggers - IE, Chrome, Firefox - will allow you to select an element on the screen and see all CSS affecting it. In the case you describe, the menu element or one of its parent containers is being overridden by a style from one of the following ...


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