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Try following steps: Create a SharePoint Designer workflow. Add IF condition in your workflow. Check if your column (CAB Advisory to Release Manager) is empty or is not empty. If the field is not empty that means the decision has been made and then you can send an Email to your targeted users. Example: Considering my column name is "Approval Status".


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This is pretty easy to do if you using sharepoint site template xml definition. Just apply a template that contains: <pnp:WebSettings RequestAccessEmail="" NoCrawl="false" WelcomePage="myurl" SiteLogo="" AlternateCSS="" MasterPageUrl="{masterpagecatalog}/seattle.master" CustomMasterPageUrl="{masterpagecatalog}/seattle.master" ...


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We can create custom HTML forms for SharePoint using jQuery Plugin. The solution with source code: sp-forms Article: Create Custom HTML Forms for SharePoint with this jQuery Plugin We can also create Custom List Form using Angular JS and Bootstrap. Refer to: SharePoint 2013 Custom List Form using Angular JS and Bootstrap


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Use SP.SOD.executeFunc('clientpeoplepicker.js', 'SPClientPeoplePicker', function () { var neededPeoplePicker = SPClientPeoplePicker.SPClientPeoplePickerDict[GiveTheIndexHere]; var usrObj = { 'Key': 'i:0#.w|domain\user' }; neededPeoplePicker.AddUnresolvedUser(usrObj, true); }) Adding my complete code below. The requirement was to auto-populate ...


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Through trial and error, I figured out how to resize the area without having to go into the code... it was as simple as going back into infopath and resizing there and re-publishing.


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Try using below code: //Display name of your field var fAssignedTo = "Assigned To"; $(document).ready(function(){ BindPeoplePickerWithLoggedinUser(fAssignedTo); }); function BindPeoplePickerWithLoggedinUser(ppTitle){ setTimeout(function(){ var _PeoplePicker = $("div[title='" + ppTitle + "']"); var peoplePickerEditor = ...


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17k is well above the List View Threshold. If you are not getting List View Threshold errors, it is likely that someone has already configured list view filtering to solve the list view threshold problem. With this large of a list, you are going to run into all sorts of issues with views and querying. You will likely need to do some kind of query against ...


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While you can trigger your workflow whenever an item in the list is modified, Out of the box, SharePoint Designer workflows have no way of telling which field in that item was changed. But, with a little trickery, you can make it work. Add a hidden column to the list named previousETA. Make sure it is hidden so that end users cannot update this value on ...


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Did you, by chance, try to open it using the Visio Designer? (DO NOT DO THIS FOR COMPLEX WORKFLOWS) I have done this for a complex workflow and it broke the Text-Based Designer. I'd also look to reinstall SharePoint Designer, as reinstalling fixed this for me.


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Please check this other post here, they suggest installed Service Pack 1 to clear the issue. https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/2817441/description-of-microsoft-sharepoint-designer-2013-service-pack-1-sp1


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If you use SharePoint Designer to set the single line of text column to store lookup column email addresses, you don't need to set the text column. In SharePoint Designer workflow, we can return the lookup field as "Lookup Values, Comma Delimited" (works in 2010 workflow and 2013 workflow). You can send email using this look up column value.


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Ok, so there are two parts to this: Get the data from the SharePoint list Put that data where you want it to go in your table For retrieving the data from the list, I would recommend looking into using the REST API from Javascript code you put on the page where your table is, because then you will have the data in a place where you can easily then turn ...


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I don't think that it is possible to sync( or display) SharePoint 2013 calendar with SharePoint 2016 site page without coding. But you can copy all events from your existing SharePoint 2013 calendar to SharePoint 2016 calendar. To achieve it follow next steps: Open "All Events" view of your SharePoint 2013 Calendar Click on Quick Edit icon Copy all events ...


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'this list' is not available because it's in the parent site. This only works when creating a list item at the same level not parent to child. That is the issue, connecting to the child list from the parent list in the workflow when using 'Create list item'


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When we try to open the workflows in the SharePoint Designer, sometimes we receive the below error: Symptoms: You can access the workflow from the SharePoint UI. Other workflows in different web applications are editable. Cause: Cannot be same in all the scenarios but should be specific to the features Capture a fiddler trace while opening the ...


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Modify the code as below. function getUserInfo(peoplePickerElementId) { try{ var toSpanKey = peoplePickerElementId+ "_TopSpan"; var peoplePicker = null; var ClientPickerDict = this.SPClientPeoplePicker.SPClientPeoplePickerDict; for (var propertyName in ClientPickerDict) { if (propertyName == ...


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instead of $(document).ready() function, declare a variable above to it. Example: var txtAppArchitectId = ""; $(document).ready(function(){ //Do your stuff }); function getUserInfo(peoplePickerElementId) { try{ var toSpanKey = peoplePickerElementId+ "_TopSpan"; var peoplePicker = null; var ClientPickerDict = this....


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You could use PreSaveAction function. PreSaveAction function used for client side validation commonly. Here is my test code : <script src="https://cdn.bootcss.com/jquery/3.4.0/jquery.js"></script> <script src="https://xxxxx.sharepoint.com/sites/dev/SiteAssets/sputility.js"></script> <script> var isSelected=false; $(...


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You can try this: Create a flow in Power Automate by applying a condition on the trigger, if the condition is satisfied then fill the column.


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The only OOTB way that I know of to do this is to have to create a list content type for each of your status values, and include the column in only one of the content types.


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It turns out this was related to the Oslo.master page. This was the only difference I could find so I switched it to Seattle.master under site settings and the tag properties worked immediately. I was able to create the wildcard parameter for my list. I hope this helps someone.


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You don't specify in you question what mechanism you are using to associate project document dependencies, but assuming you are using metadata of some sort on your document libraries to indicate which project(s) they are associated with, I think your best bet is to use the Highlighted Content WebPart: In the settings of your WebPart instance, under the "...


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Typically, the scenario will be that a custom component that resides in SharePoint calls WCF service over HTTPS on the same or different server. The reason for this is that SharePoint implements its own certificate validation policy to override .NET certificate validation. Fix is to setup a trust between SharePoint and the server requiring certificate ...


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If else condition will be the best choice in designer workflow while nested if condition may be complicated if you have more conditions. If you have access to Flow, there are much easier way to do it with a switch condition to handle occasions like this.


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SharePoint does not natively provide rollup totals for calculated columns, but you do have some options on-prem. You can get the total number of days between the two dates for each row with the following calculated column formula: =DATEDIF(Modified,Created,"d") To emulate a rollup value, you will need to do some JavaScript trickery. This article ...


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If you are using Designer Workflow, per my knowledge you may need to use some custom converter to convert documents to PDF. If you have access to MS flow, you can do it OOB. There is an action called Convert file in OneDrive for business which enables you to convert file to PDF. Below is my sample flow. You can refer these threads for detailed articles: ...


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Go to site settings->site permissions->check permission, check if the user have "Add and Customize Pages". If not, edit the user permission level with "Add and Customize Pages" permission.


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I have mentioned a lot of new things to solve this problem. You can read more here open bak file Required System. For example: C:\Backup\site_name.bak.


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