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We are creating a custom list where we allow customers to post questions. However we really don't want customers to see each others questions in those lists. There are way to many customers/users to create seperated lists. I've
read most of the topics already included on this forum. So I know permissions on views aren't possible. I also read that the best way to go ahead is to work with event handlers to set custom item level security on the
Also, what if you wanted to use groups for achieving this? You create groups for each company that will use this list. So when a user from one specific company creates an item, you want to allow that his whole company is able to read
the item. You don't want anyone from another company to have any access to this item.
I'm not a developer and I'm wondering whether I can accomplish this with SharePoint Designer in an easy way? Is there an alternative without having to write code?
I'm in the process of migrating from a WSS 2 site to WSS 3/MOSS. On the old site I used an Infopath 2003 form for absence requests. During the migration I now use Infopath 2007. There wasn't any problem initially when the form was stored with the SharePoint form library. However, when I published the form as a content type from Infopath 2007 and then added that content type to the form library, there are two columns for each piece of data from the form. (One from the content type and one from the form list.) I relinked each old form (list content type) to the new AbsenceRequest content type and removed the original one from the list. However, the duplicate column names are still there. Since they came from the Infopath form, they are not editable or deletable from the SharePoint list management interface. The duplicate column names make it tough to build views since it isn't apparent which column to use in the form building UI. It can be determined form the overview display, but it is very cumbersome.
Does anyone know a way to get rid of the old, absolute, columns?
I have modified the html display code of some lists and content query web parts in SharePoint designer. This works well when modifying a few lists, but I have many lists and different views with these many lists.
Is there a way to modify the template code for a site so that all my lists, views and CQWPs display identically with my modified code? Managing these individually is not practical.
Hi can somebody help please.
I am using Sharepoint Foundation 2010 and I need to use the "navigate function" that you use to have in MOSS 2007.
Basically I want to be able to move lists between different sub headers on the quick launch bar. In MOSS 2007 I use to be able to go into manage site settings and choos "navigate and then move the lists up and down between the sub headers that i created
on the quick launch bar.
Anyone got any ideas