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Custom field types provide a powerful way to define a reusable SharePoint column definitions.
MSDN Magazine May 2009
I am working on a SP site (MOSS not WSS) which is heavily customised away from the OOTB layout. I need to create a Wiki site, which was going well - I've created a master page which displays the miniconsole (this was not visible with our customised
layout), and made it the default master page for the site. This has been applied to the two standard pages that come with the Wiki site, however when a new page is created, it seems to inherit the default.master, rather than my custom master page - thus not
showing the miniconsole.
When I have created a new page, I am able to use SharePoint Designer to attach my custom master page to it, which works perfectly, however this will not be a viable option going forward as end-users create their new wiki pages.
How can I get the new pages to inherit my master page when they are created?
I have a relatively small project to build a class sign up portal for my company.
I am about 90% done and this is one I have so far:
1 custom list off all classes called “Classes” (Class name, Data, teacher, etc, ..)
1 custom list of employees who signed up called “Signup sheet” (Employee Name, Class
What I want is when you display a class information from the “Classes” list, I want a button on the bottom called “sign up for this class” that brings me to the new item page of “Signup sheet” with the class already filled
in for you. Seems easy on paper but I have been trying to do this for weeks.
I am ok with share point designer and am open to any suggestions.
Thanks in advanced,
I created several forms (Create/Edit/View) for a SharePoint list, using Custom List Forms. I'm using Content Types in the list to ensure that each item only has the necessary fields. When I created the ASPX forms, and inserted the Custom
List Forms, I selected the correct Content Type, and I got the right fields inserted in the form.
Now, for some reason I can't identify, every time I create a new form, and insert a Custom List Form, SPD is bringing ALL fields from the list, instead of just bringing the fields included in the selected Content Type.
I have tried many different things to solve the problem, including creating new lists/content types/forms, etc. but SPD is doing the same thing all the time.
Can somebody tell me what may have gone wrong in SPD or MOSS?
If one has created a custom site definition in sharepoint 2007, Once the whole site is migrated to sharePoint 2010 will that "custom site definition" created in 2007 will work without breaking in SharePoint 2010?
If No, what has to be done to make it work on 2010.
I have this "requirement" that I need to create a "Survey" like assessment. Its suppose to look like this way:
PART A ANSWER PART
Question 1: O O O O O
O O O O O
Question 2: O O O O O
O O O O O