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- 03/15/2011 at 7:43 am #4813
You can edit the EditForm.aspx pages of a Sharepoint list to make use of the qListForm edit screen instead of the default Sharepoint list editor. You can simply edit the page containing the Sharepoint list editor, add a qListForm on the page and make it a EditListItem form type and configure the fields to be displayed. You can then hide the Sharepoint list editor from edit->Modify Shared Web Part->Layout so that only the qListForm edit screen is visible to the user. The same approach goes for configuring the display form of the list.
- 03/25/2011 at 11:52 am #3912
Is there a way to alter the default SharePoint behavior of a list to automatically open a qListForm edit screen instead of the basic SharePoint list editor when a user selects the ‘edit item’ option or clicks on the ‘title’ hyperlink on a particular list?
- 03/25/2011 at 11:52 am #6932
The way that SP is configured for this group, I was not easily able to modify the default forms. What I did do is create a qListView grid that contained boths lists that I was looking to have as action items. From there, I added a new column that was edit form link. This was added as the link to the specific row in the list view based on the source list (my action item list or the system workflow tasks). This allowed me to replicate the default My Action items SP web part and have custom forms to direct the user to.
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