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I don't think you need the "javascript:" prefix bit, or quotes around the whole thing because that turns it into a string of the function call you are trying to make, and not the function call itself. Maybe try: <a onClick={()=>{OpenPopUpPage('http://sp2019/sites/test/Lists/testcalendar/DispForm.aspx?ID=24')}}>Show more!</a>


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you can use 'RenderListDataAsStream' endpoint for lookup columns in other web. you can follow the solution provided in https://sympmarc.com/tag/renderlistdataasstream/


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According to my research, Lookup column does not support cross-site collection query in SharePoint, it is by design. Howerver, Lookup column supports cross-subsites under the same site collection. For more information, please see "How to Create a Lookup Column to another SharePoint Site?".


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Is it an internet facing deployment? Are the Workflows working correctly? 401, basically means Unauthorized Access Exception. Could it be that the Workflow Manager Backend service has become misconfigured somehow? Have you tried re-installing the Workflow Manager Backend service? You should, also, check that there are no forgotten services with outdated ...


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I can add alerts on site page without any problem. I am trying this in normal page mode & not edit mode. You can only send alerts based on following changes to the site page: You cannot send page changes information to list/library web parts on page using alerts functionality.


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@LookWest99 they do exactly that but they are confused because the date changes as soon as they click on the specific rooms calendar


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Could it be something as simple as having your users look at the overlay calendar to see what's available, but when they want to book something, click on the specific room's calendar & then add the item?


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