Thanks for the great library, Marc! It's enabling me to build something my client thinks is pretty cool. So far, I'm using SPArrange Choices, SPCascadeDropDowns and SPLookupAddNew without a hitch.
I saw an invitation somewhere in the discussions to suggest other functions that might be of universal interest - which I'll take you up on in due course.
I'm now trying to implement SPRedirectWithID and am stuck on something that is probably obvious but, eludes me at the moment - probably because I'm returning to SharePoint after a good few years away from it!
My client is running SharePoint 2010 and I'm using IE 11(.0.9600.17207).
I'm using content types to create a staged workload funnel and would like be able to have the user redirected to the edit form, after creating a new list item: the standard case for SPRedirectWithID.
It's not working and I suspect that it's because there isn't a redirect in place already, as per your comment "there must be a redirect in place, as rdoyle78 points out in the comments below"
The address bar reads:
(i.e. no ID reference)
My question is, how do I put the initial redirect in place?
Btw, I'd like to use SPRedirectWithID in three ways on the site:
- Staged entry of data into the Ideas List (so that customer department users don't freak out at the sight of too many fields when they come to suggest an idea - instead they enter a small subset of the required information, click save and are redirected
to the edit form for the newly added item where they can add supplementary information optionally: standard case for SPRedirectWithID).
- Within department users click on Add new beneath an Idea List lookup in the Funnel list and are directed to a different custom New Item Form, which redirects them to a different custom Edit Form.
- Some users/user groups are redirected to the All Items list after adding a new item. Others are redirected to the edit form which had a bigger set of fields.
Thanks very much!