Skip to content

Finding the Id (Guid) for a SharePoint List | Nick Grattan’s Blog

29 januari 2017

Handig deze update!

Update: See Ken’s Comment for a simpler solution (thanks!):

A (slightly) easier way if you have MOSS 2007 is to go to the List or Library settings as described above, then right-click on the “Audience targeting settings” or “Information management policy settings” links and choose Copy Shortcut.

You can then paste the URL and there’s no need to decode the GUID. For some reason these links aren’t URL encoded.

Update: These techniques work for SharePoint 2010 Standard/Enterprise editions as well. Using Ken’s tip does not work for SharePoint 2010 Foundation as these list settings options are not available so you’ll need to use my first suggestion in this case.

Update: And it works for SharePoint 2013 too!

There are times when you need to find the Id (a Guid) of a list – for example, when setting the Task list to be used with SharePoint Designer Workflows (see my blog post here). Here’s a simple way …

Bron: Finding the Id (Guid) for a SharePoint List | Nick Grattan’s Blog

Advertenties

From → Geen categorie

Geef een reactie

Geef een reactie

Vul je gegevens in of klik op een icoon om in te loggen.

WordPress.com logo

Je reageert onder je WordPress.com account. Log uit / Bijwerken )

Twitter-afbeelding

Je reageert onder je Twitter account. Log uit / Bijwerken )

Facebook foto

Je reageert onder je Facebook account. Log uit / Bijwerken )

Google+ photo

Je reageert onder je Google+ account. Log uit / Bijwerken )

Verbinden met %s

%d bloggers liken dit: