Thursday, May 7, 2015

Enable advanced search for custom columns SharePoint 2010

Enable advanced search for custom columns SharePoint 2010

In this article we will show you how to configure new search metadata and add it to your advanced search properties, for example we have a custom site column with name “ReferenceNo” that we used in many content types and we need to add it in our search properties that the user can use it to filter search results so what we will do is create a SharePoint search “managed property” that refer to this site Column.

1- From the central administration application management page click on manage service applications
Adding custom search metadata in your advanced search SharePoint 2010
2- Click on Search Service Application or select it then click manage from the ribbon bar
Adding custom search metadata in your advanced search SharePoint 2010
3- In the left hand bar click Metadata Properties.
Adding custom search metadata in your advanced search SharePoint 2010
4- Then click new managed property.
Adding custom search metadata in your advanced search SharePoint 2010
5- Enter the property name and the description. In the use in scope section check the Allow this property to be used in scopes option.
6- On the same page click Add Mapping. The following screen will appear.
Look for Reference NO, select it, and then click ok.
Adding custom search metadata in your advanced search SharePoint 2010
Note: you must fill this site column with any value and did a full crawling search that we can find our custom column here if we didn’t make these steps you can’t able to find your custom column here.
You will be back the previous page. Click ok then.
Adding custom search metadata in your advanced search SharePoint 2010
7- Go to your advanced search web part then click edit page.
8- Select “Edit Web part” from the Edit menu on the advanced search web part.
Adding custom search metadata in your advanced search SharePoint 2010
9- Expand the Properties section and then click on the XML in the Properties box. You should be able to expand the view of the XML by clicking on the ellipse button.
Adding custom search metadata in your advanced search SharePoint 2010
10- Add the tag of your property in the property definitions section modify the DataType attrbuite with your property data type “your site column data type” and add another element in the result types section “this will appear in the advanced search properties dropdown list” of the XML as it’s shown below. Then when you finish click ok.
Adding custom search metadata in your advanced search SharePoint 2010
Note: add your property element in as the first element inside result types section in your XML.
11- Now go to the search page. You will find the Reference NO is added to the properties as below.
Adding custom search metadata in your advanced search SharePoint 2010
Note: you must start full crawling again after these two properties added that you can test after crawling is finished the advanced search with these two properties .
Thanks !

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Configuring My Site in SharePoint 2010

Configuring My Site in SharePoint 2010

SharePoint My Sites are commonly referred to as “Facebook for the enterprise” and are personal site collections providing each user with the ability to store private and public information such as documents, pictures, status updates, etc easily and efficiently.  My Sites in SharePoint 2010 takes social enterprise computing to the next level and builds upon what we have come to love in previous versions.  Microsoft saw the need to continue to invest and enhance SharePoint’s social networking capabilities, and as web 2.0 technologies continue to sprawl all over the world wide web, Microsoft have again successfully set the bench mark in the enterprise by introducing an array of social computing features to enhance end user collaboration in SharePoint 2010.
Prerequisites
Create the My Site Web Application
We begin by first creating a Web Application that will eventually house our My Site Host and subsequent site collections.
Navigate to Central Administration / Application Management / Web Applications
Click New
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Authentication: Select either Claims or Classic depending on your requirements.  I will select “Classic”
IIS Web Site: Create a new IIS web site (enter your details as per your requirements)
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Authentication Provider: Select your preferred provider based on your requirements.
Public URL: Specify the URL that users will type to access their My Sites.
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Application Pool: Create a new application pool and give it a descriptive name
As we have been utilizing the least privilege model whilst configuring our SharePoint farm in this series, we will click on Register a new managed account and enter the details for our My Site Application Pool Identity.  Note: This account will be required to be provisioned in Active Directory before you can proceed. e.g. In my example I have created an account called DOMAIN\sp_mysite.
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Click OK
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Database Name and Authentication: Specify your Database server and Database name.
Failover Server: Specify your failover server if you are utilising SQL Server database mirroring.
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Click OK
You should receive the below confirmation that the Web Application has been successfully created.
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Click on our newly created “SharePoint – My Site” Web Application and click on General Settings.  Proceed to fill out your Web Application specific settings such as the Default Time Zone etc.
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Create the My Site Host Site Collection
Now that we have successfully created our My Site Web Application, we can now proceed to create our My Site Host Site Collection.  This will be the top level site that will house our individual user’s site collections.
Navigate to Central Administration / Application Management / Create site collections.
Ensure that the recently created My Site Web Application is selected, enter in a Title and click select the My Site Host Template located under the Enterprise Tab.  Lastly, specify your site collection administrators and click OK.
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You should then receive confirmation that the top level My Site Host has been successfully created.
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Setup My Sites
Now that we have successfully provisioned our My Site Web Application and Top Level Site Collection that will host our My Sites, we can continue to configure our My Site Settings.
Navigate to Central Administration / Application Management / Manage service applications.
Click on User Profiles.
Click on Setup My Sites located under My Site Settings.
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Enter the details of your Preferred Search Center if you have one setup already.
Enter the URL of your My Site Host that we have just created in the previous step and the personal site location.
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Finally, select your Site Naming format, configure your Language Options, Permissions and My Site Email Notifications.
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Click OK.
Add our Managed Path
Because we have specified “personal” as our Personal Site Location, we will need to define our managed path against our My Site Web Application.
Navigate to Central Administration / Application Management / Manage Web Applications.
Click on your My Site Web Application and click on Managed Paths from the Ribbon.
image thumb13 Configuring My Site in SharePoint 2010 sharepoint 2010 sharepoint
Add “personal” as a Wildcard inclusion, click Add Path and click OK
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Enable Self-Service Creation
Our last configuration step provides our users with the privilege to provision their own My Site’s by enabling the Self-Service Creation.
Navigate back to Central Administration / Application Management / Manage Web Applications.
Click on your My Site Web Application and click on Self-Service Site Creation.
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Select On and click OK.
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If I now browse to my My Site URL I will be presented with the following “What’s New” Page.
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It is only until I click on “My Content”, that SharePoint will proceed to create my personal site as per SharePoint 2007.
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My Content
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As you can see, we have now successfully completed our setup of a My Site Host which will house our user’s My Sites.

“Master Page” option from site look and feel is missing

“Master Page” option from site look and feel is missing

To enable master page under look and feel section, do the following :

  1. Inside the current site's Site Settings, navigate to Site Collection Administration > Site Collection Features.
  2. Activate SharePoint Server Publishing Infastructure if it's available... if it's not, you may be using SharePoint Foundation. "SharePoint Server Publishing Infastructure" setting shown after it's been activated.
  3. Navigate to Site Actions > Manage Site Features, and activate the same feature (which should now be visible.
  4. Return to Site Settings. Under Look and Feel, "Master page" should now be available.
(This is under the assumption the "Server Publishing Infastructure" feature can be enabled in your version of SharePoint.)

Hope this Help,
Oumaima

Create community sub site under publishing site collection

Create community sub site under publishing site collection

To create community site under publishing site collection you'll first need to go into Site Settings and set "Community Site" as an allowed subsite template.

Site settings > Page layout and site template settings > Subsite templates
Move "Community site" across the right, then scroll down and hit ok. You'll also need to activate the Site Collection feature "SharePoint Server Standard Site Collection features" - this makes the community site available to create a subsite with.
Next, visit "Site content" and click "new subsite". You can now create a Community Site from the "Collaboration" tab.
As a side note, you should select "use unique permissions" for the community site, which ensures everyone has the right access levels.

Hope this Help,
Oumaima

Add Key Filter Field Sharepoint 2010

Add Key Filter Field Sharepoint 2013

I want to add "Title" as a key filter field in metadata navigation settings.

Single line of text field is not listed as available field for Key Filters. Fields that are available for use as navigation hierarchies include columns on this list that are one of the following types:
- Content Type
- Choice Field
- Managed Metadata Field
- Person or Group Field
- Date and Time Field
- Number Field
If you would like use single line of text field for key filters, here is the workaround:
  1. Change the column type from single line of text to Choice(menu to choose from)
  2. Add it to key filter
  3. Change the column type back to single line of text
  4. It will retain to be key filter


Hope this help,
Oumaima

How to Apply Metadata Navigation Filtering in SharePoint 2013

How to Apply Metadata Navigation Filtering in SharePoint 2013

In this post I will show how to set up Metadata Navigation Filtering in Share Point 2013. This is one of the most powerful features available in helping users quickly find what they need without writing any code, it really just needs to be turned on and configured.

I start on the Home Page of the Site which is at the top level site of the site collection created and configured in the previous posts. Metadata Navigation and Filtering is a Site Feature that has to be activated for this to work.
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On the right side I click on the site Actions Gear and go to Site Settings where I will activate the Site Feature, Metadata Navigation and Filtering.
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This site feature is not activated on the Team Site Template so I click Activate.
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When I see the blue icon that says Active, I know I’m good to go.
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I click the link in the Quick Launch bar to get to the gdpByStateReports Library I configured in previous posts.
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I click the Library Tab.
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I click the Library Settings Icon.
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We are going to use th Metadata navigation settings that is now available on the Library to pivot on these two Metadata columns.
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This will allow users to find reports immediately based on Metadata regardless of which older they are in.
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I click the Metadata navigation settings link. This link was not available on the Library Settings page until the Metadata Navigation and Filtering Site Feature was activated.
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This is the Metadata navigation settings page.
Here we see two main areas: Configure Navigation Hierarchies and Configure Key Filters. These two work hand-in-hand to basically give users multiple levels of filtering in an amazing UI that gets added just below the Quick Launch Bar. (I highlighted some areas of particular importance).
The Navigation Hierarchies and only use: Content Type, Single-value Choice fields, or Managed Metadata Fields and the Key Filters can only use Content Type, Choice Field, Managed Metadata Field, Person or Group Field, Date and Time Field, or Number Field. Between the two if you do some planning with this in mind you can create very powerful User Interfaces out of the box.
We are going to use the StateOfOrigin and YearOfReport choice fields in Both areas and we are going to leave the Folders in the Navigation Hierarchy Fields.
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To configure the controls, you select the columns on the left side and click the Add button which moves them over to the right side. When you are done your page should look like the figure above. When it’s ready you can click OK at the bottom of the page. Clicking OK Not Shown.
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Now that its all configured we can click the gdpByStateReports link in the breadcrumb where we will see our amazing U.I.
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Just below the Quick Launch, Share Point has added the Navigation Hierarchy and Key Filter Controls. I will start by clicking the State Of Origin in the top control.
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This expands to show the available fields (the options in choice column) I click on AR (Arkansas)
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Immediately the content area of the web page shows all the reports that have the value AR in the StateOfOrigin column, REGARDLESS of which folder they reside in!
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With the state of Arkansas Selected in the Hierarchy control (AR) I go to the key Filters click the drop down menu for YearOfReport, You may have noticed that the StateOfOrigin Drop down disappeared because I already filtered on that column.
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I select 2010 and click Apply. My results are immediately apparent. I now see all reports for the State of Arkansas from the year 2010, regardless of which Folder the result set resides in.
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If I click the link to go back to the Document Library I can see that it resets my controls to their original state an returns the YearOfReport drop down to the U.I.
That’s it! Users can now quickly and efficiently parse through folders with out of the box functionality.

Monday, May 4, 2015

Custom date formats with XSLT

Custom date formats with XSLT

The default format of a date field is something like 2012-01-01 00:00:00 – this is dependent on the language of the SharePoint installation. It is a very common requirement to display a date field in a different format.
Example
 2012-01-01 00:00:00

Example code
<xsl:value-of select="@ArticleStartDate"/>

Solution

1. Open the ItemStyle.xsl in SharePoint Designer or your favorite editor.
2. To be able to use the FormatDate function, add the DDWRT name space reference in the top section.
xmlns:ddwrt=“http://schemas.microsoft.com/WebParts/v2/DataView/runtime”
3. Use the code below to display the date field in the location you want the date shown. Every language has a different country code. The example in this article uses the UK country code (1033).
<xsl:value-of select="ddwrt:FormatDateTime(string(@ArticleStartDate) ,1033 ,'dd-mm-yyyy')"/>

Result
 01-01-2012
There are many different ways to display dates, take a look on MSDN for all the format specifiers. The country codes (supported locale identifiers) can also be found on MSDN.
Hope this help,
Oumaima

SharePoint 2013 Group by content type

SharePoint 2013 Group by content type

Just like SharePoint 2010 it is not possible with SharePoint 2013 to create a view with a ‘group by’ or ‘sort’ for the content type column with the help of the the user interface. Fortunately we can create the ‘group by’ content type view with the help of SharePoint Designer and a bit of code. Sorting the view on content type is not possible with this solution. When using this solution be aware of the following downside. When the view is modified through code, you should no longer edit the view through the user interface. When you edit the view through the user interface the code will be removed automatically.
Solution
1. Create through the user interface the view you need.
2. Set the Group By on the column Created.
3. Save the view.
4. Open the view with SharePoint designer in the advanced mode.
5. Find the following code.
<GroupBy Collapse="TRUE" GroupLimit="30"><FieldRef Name="Created"/></GroupBy>
6. Change Created into ContentType
8. Save the changes.
Result
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Hope this help,
Oumaima

Reference list for SharePoint internal field names

Reference list for SharePoint internal field names

Much used reprinting of list of fields with internal names for easy reference:

Document Library fields
Display NameInternal NameGUIDType
IDID{1d22ea11-1e32-424e-89ab-9fedbadb6ce1}Counter
Content Type IDContentTypeId{03e45e84-1992-4d42-9116-26f756012634}ContentTypeId
Content TypeContentType{c042a256-787d-4a6f-8a8a-cf6ab767f12d}Text
CreatedCreated{8c06beca-0777-48f7-91c7-6da68bc07b69}DateTime
Created ByAuthor{1df5e554-ec7e-46a6-901d-d85a3881cb18}User
ModifiedModified{28cf69c5-fa48-462a-b5cd-27b6f9d2bd5f}DateTime
Modified ByEditor{d31655d1-1d5b-4511-95a1-7a09e9b75bf2}User
Has Copy Destinations_HasCopyDestinations{26d0756c-986a-48a7-af35-bf18ab85ff4a}Boolean
Copy Source_CopySource{6b4e226d-3d88-4a36-808d-a129bf52bccf}Text
Approval Status_ModerationStatus{fdc3b2ed-5bf2-4835-a4bc-b885f3396a61}ModStat
Approver Comments_ModerationComments{34ad21eb-75bd-4544-8c73-0e08330291fe}Note
URL PathFileRef{94f89715-e097-4e8b-ba79-ea02aa8b7adb}Lookup
PathFileDirRef{56605df6-8fa1-47e4-a04c-5b384d59609f}Lookup
ModifiedLast_x0020_Modified{173f76c8-aebd-446a-9bc9-769a2bd2c18f}Lookup
CreatedCreated_x0020_Date{998b5cff-4a35-47a7-92f3-3914aa6aa4a2}Lookup
File SizeFile_x0020_Size{8fca95c0-9b7d-456f-8dae-b41ee2728b85}Lookup
Item TypeFSObjType{30bb605f-5bae-48fe-b4e3-1f81d9772af9}Lookup
Effective Permissions MaskPermMask{ba3c27ee-4791-4867-8821-ff99000bac98}Computed
ID of the User who has the item Checked OutCheckedOutUserId{a7b731a3-1df1-4d74-a5c6-e2efba617ae2}Lookup
Is Checked out to localIsCheckedoutToLocal{cfaabd0f-bdbd-4bc2-b375-1e779e2cad08}Lookup
Checked Out ToCheckoutUser{3881510a-4e4a-4ee8-b102-8ee8e2d0dd4b}User
NameFileLeafRef{8553196d-ec8d-4564-9861-3dbe931050c8}File
Unique IdUniqueId{4b7403de-8d94-43e8-9f0f-137a3e298126}Lookup
ProgIdProgId{c5c4b81c-f1d9-4b43-a6a2-090df32ebb68}Lookup
ScopeIdScopeId{dddd2420-b270-4735-93b5-92b713d0944d}Lookup
Virus StatusVirusStatus{4a389cb9-54dd-4287-a71a-90ff362028bc}Lookup
Checked Out ToCheckedOutTitle{9d4adc35-7cc8-498c-8424-ee5fd541e43a}Lookup
Check In Comment_CheckinComment{58014f77-5463-437b-ab67-eec79532da67}Lookup
Checked Out ToLinkCheckedOutTitle{e2a15dfd-6ab8-4aec-91ab-02f6b64045b0}Computed
Document Modified ByModified_x0020_By{822c78e3-1ea9-4943-b449-57863ad33ca9}Text
Document Created ByCreated_x0020_By{4dd7e525-8d6b-4cb4-9d3e-44ee25f973eb}Text
File TypeFile_x0020_Type{39360f11-34cf-4356-9945-25c44e68dade}Text
HTML File TypeHTML_x0020_File_x0020_Type{0c5e0085-eb30-494b-9cdd-ece1d3c649a2}Text
Source Url_SourceUrl{c63a459d-54ba-4ab7-933a-dcf1c6fadec2}Text
Shared File Index_SharedFileIndex{034998e9-bf1c-4288-bbbd-00eacfc64410}Text
Edit Menu Table Start_EditMenuTableStart{3c6303be-e21f-4366-80d7-d6d0a3b22c7a}Computed
Edit Menu Table End_EditMenuTableEnd{2ea78cef-1bf9-4019-960a-02c41636cb47}Computed
NameLinkFilenameNoMenu{9d30f126-ba48-446b-b8f9-83745f322ebe}Computed
NameLinkFilename{5cc6dc79-3710-4374-b433-61cb4a686c12}Computed
TypeDocIcon{081c6e4c-5c14-4f20-b23e-1a71ceb6a67c}Computed
Server Relative URLServerUrl{105f76ce-724a-4bba-aece-f81f2fce58f5}Computed
Encoded Absolute URLEncodedAbsUrl{7177cfc7-f399-4d4d-905d-37dd51bc90bf}Computed
NameBaseName{7615464b-559e-4302-b8e2-8f440b913101}Computed
File SizeFileSizeDisplay{78a07ba4-bda8-4357-9e0f-580d64487583}Computed
Property BagMetaInfo{687c7f94-686a-42d3-9b67-2782eac4b4f8}Lookup
Level_Level{43bdd51b-3c5b-4e78-90a8-fb2087f71e70}Integer
Is Current Version_IsCurrentVersion{c101c3e7-122d-4d4d-bc34-58e94a38c816}Boolean
SelectSelectTitle{b1f7969b-ea65-42e1-8b54-b588292635f2}Computed
SelectSelectFilename{5f47e085-2150-41dc-b661-442f3027f552}Computed
EditEdit{503f1caa-358e-4918-9094-4a2cdc4bc034}Computed
owshiddenversionowshiddenversion{d4e44a66-ee3a-4d02-88c9-4ec5ff3f4cd5}Integer
UI Version_UIVersion{7841bf41-43d0-4434-9f50-a673baef7631}Integer
Version_UIVersionString{dce8262a-3ae9-45aa-aab4-83bd75fb738a}Text
Instance IDInstanceID{50a54da4-1528-4e67-954a-e2d24f1e9efb}Integer
OrderOrder{ca4addac-796f-4b23-b093-d2a3f65c0774}Number
GUIDGUID{ae069f25-3ac2-4256-b9c3-15dbc15da0e0}Guid
Workflow VersionWorkflowVersion{f1e020bc-ba26-443f-bf2f-b68715017bbc}Integer
Workflow Instance IDWorkflowInstanceID{de8beacf-5505-47cd-80a6-aa44e7ffe2f4}Guid
Source Version (Converted Document)ParentVersionString{bc1a8efb-0f4c-49f8-a38f-7fe22af3d3e0}Lookup
Source Name (Converted Document)ParentLeafName{774eab3a-855f-4a34-99da-69dc21043bec}Lookup
TitleTitle{fa564e0f-0c70-4ab9-b863-0177e6ddd247}Text
Template LinkTemplateUrl{4b1bf6c6-4f39-45ac-acd5-16fe7a214e5e}Text
Html File Linkxd_ProgID{cd1ecb9f-dd4e-4f29-ab9e-e9ff40048d64}Text
Is Signedxd_Signature{fbf29b2d-cae5-49aa-8e0a-29955b540122}Boolean
MergeCombine{e52012a0-51eb-4c0c-8dfb-9b8a0ebedcb6}Computed
RelinkRepairDocument{5d36727b-bcb2-47d2-a231-1f0bc63b7439}Computed

 Custom list fields 
Display NameInternal NameGUIDType
IDID{1d22ea11-1e32-424e-89ab-9fedbadb6ce1}Counter
Content Type IDContentTypeId{03e45e84-1992-4d42-9116-26f756012634}ContentTypeId
Content TypeContentType{c042a256-787d-4a6f-8a8a-cf6ab767f12d}Text
TitleTitle{fa564e0f-0c70-4ab9-b863-0177e6ddd247}Text
ModifiedModified{28cf69c5-fa48-462a-b5cd-27b6f9d2bd5f}DateTime
CreatedCreated{8c06beca-0777-48f7-91c7-6da68bc07b69}DateTime
Created ByAuthor{1df5e554-ec7e-46a6-901d-d85a3881cb18}User
Modified ByEditor{d31655d1-1d5b-4511-95a1-7a09e9b75bf2}User
Has Copy Destinations_HasCopyDestinations{26d0756c-986a-48a7-af35-bf18ab85ff4a}Boolean
Copy Source_CopySource{6b4e226d-3d88-4a36-808d-a129bf52bccf}Text
owshiddenversionowshiddenversion{d4e44a66-ee3a-4d02-88c9-4ec5ff3f4cd5}Integer
Workflow VersionWorkflowVersion{f1e020bc-ba26-443f-bf2f-b68715017bbc}Integer
UI Version_UIVersion{7841bf41-43d0-4434-9f50-a673baef7631}Integer
Version_UIVersionString{dce8262a-3ae9-45aa-aab4-83bd75fb738a}Text
AttachmentsAttachments{67df98f4-9dec-48ff-a553-29bece9c5bf4}Attachments
Approval Status_ModerationStatus{fdc3b2ed-5bf2-4835-a4bc-b885f3396a61}ModStat
Approver Comments_ModerationComments{34ad21eb-75bd-4544-8c73-0e08330291fe}Note
EditEdit{503f1caa-358e-4918-9094-4a2cdc4bc034}Computed
TitleLinkTitleNoMenu{bc91a437-52e7-49e1-8c4e-4698904b2b6d}Computed
LinkFilenameNoMenu
TitleLinkTitle{82642ec8-ef9b-478f-acf9-31f7d45fbc31}Computed
SelectSelectTitle{b1f7969b-ea65-42e1-8b54-b588292635f2}Computed
Instance IDInstanceID{50a54da4-1528-4e67-954a-e2d24f1e9efb}Integer
OrderOrder{ca4addac-796f-4b23-b093-d2a3f65c0774}Number
GUIDGUID{ae069f25-3ac2-4256-b9c3-15dbc15da0e0}Guid
Workflow Instance IDWorkflowInstanceID{de8beacf-5505-47cd-80a6-aa44e7ffe2f4}Guid
URL PathFileRef{94f89715-e097-4e8b-ba79-ea02aa8b7adb}Lookup
PathFileDirRef{56605df6-8fa1-47e4-a04c-5b384d59609f}Lookup
ModifiedLast_x0020_Modified{173f76c8-aebd-446a-9bc9-769a2bd2c18f}Lookup
CreatedCreated_x0020_Date{998b5cff-4a35-47a7-92f3-3914aa6aa4a2}Lookup
Item TypeFSObjType{30bb605f-5bae-48fe-b4e3-1f81d9772af9}Lookup
Effective Permissions MaskPermMask{ba3c27ee-4791-4867-8821-ff99000bac98}Computed
NameFileLeafRef{8553196d-ec8d-4564-9861-3dbe931050c8}File
Unique IdUniqueId{4b7403de-8d94-43e8-9f0f-137a3e298126}Lookup
ProgIdProgId{c5c4b81c-f1d9-4b43-a6a2-090df32ebb68}Lookup
ScopeIdScopeId{dddd2420-b270-4735-93b5-92b713d0944d}Lookup
File TypeFile_x0020_Type{39360f11-34cf-4356-9945-25c44e68dade}Text
HTML File TypeHTML_x0020_File_x0020_Type{4ef1b78f-fdba-48dc-b8ab-3fa06a0c9804}Computed
Edit Menu Table Start_EditMenuTableStart{3c6303be-e21f-4366-80d7-d6d0a3b22c7a}Computed
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