Category: Lists

Changing the URL in a Links list: How To

Problem: You’ve just copied a link list template to another site collection, or performed a 2007 to 2010 migration and have realized that the all the urls in…

Displaying a rich text field in a view

There’s a couple of 3rd party products out there.. But the simplest way to do this is to use a DVWP and convert the field to a label

A bizarre error I encountered yesterday: End users cannot see web parts on the top-level site.

After a roll out, admittedly this feature was not tested….The ability for users to add web parts to a page. Cause:   Users don’t have read permissions on the…

What is SOAP?

Microsoft’s IIS has a feature called (Simple Object Access Protocol) SOAP.  Which allows a user to connect to a web service over https/https with an authenticated AD User/group. …

Working With Large SharePoint Lists

“…the recommendation is that a single list should not have more than 2,000 items per list container. A container in this case means the root of the list,…

Click column

In the previous post I explained how to open an InfoPath form in the iframes of SharePoint.  This post will explain how to open an InfoPath form in…

Limiting a multi value field in a view

 Often you want a view to be nicely formatted and be a set height amount.  This is how to do it.  =IF(LEN(Description)>140,CONCATENATE(“<DIV>”,LEFT(Description,140),”<a href=’http://SPSite.com/Site/ListName/_layouts/FormServer.aspx?XmlLocation=/ SPSite.com/Site/ListName/”,Title,”&Source=’http://SPSite.com/Site/ListName/Item&DefaultItemOpen=1′>… (click here for more)</a></DIV>”),Description)…

Dealing with large SharePoint Lists and documents Libraries

Best Practices for large SharePoint Lists and documents LibrariesSharePoint lists and document libraries are not designed to handle large numbers of items, in fact as soon as you…

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