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Setting permissions on a field in a list

  Asked By: Charan    Date: Jul 23    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1350

Forgive my lack of knowledge but I'm still in the learning curve with
SharePoint Services 3.0.

I've created an issue tracking list with custom columns and it's working
fine so far. There is one drop down field that I want all users to be
able to view but only specific users to be able to change. I've
searched for solutions and I've found nothing that seems stable or easy
to understand/deploy. Can any of you recommend a product or a method to
accomplish this? I'd be very grateful for any help or advice.

The environment is SharePoint Services 3.0 (no MOSS). I do have
Designer if that's needed.

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3 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Destiny Lewis     Answered On: Jul 23

You'll have to develop a custom  drop-down field  type that does that.

The following links can be used to make a custom text box private:
www.u2u.info/.../Post.aspx?List=6f246d9a%2De4e7%2D484\
6%2Db776%2Df9a62112ffb7&ID=17
www.u2u.info/.../Post.aspx?ID=36

The following links are used to create a custom lookup (Even with master/detail
filtering):
datacogs.com/datablogs/archive/2007/08/26/641.aspx
http://blog.12thwave.com/?p=7

I recommend taking the code from the private text box and applying it to the
custom drop-down to get the solution you want. It wouldn't take much to do -
just debug the heck out of it. Once you do, these custom columns  can be applied
to any SharePoint list.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Tanisha Rowe     Answered On: Jul 23

You'll have to develop a custom  drop-down field  type that does that.

The following links can be used to make a custom text box private:
www.u2u.info/.../Post.aspx?List=6f246d9a%2De4e7%2D484\
6%2Db776%2Df9a62112ffb7&ID=17
www.u2u.info/.../Post.aspx?ID=36

The following links are used to create a custom lookup (Even with master/detail
filtering):
datacogs.com/datablogs/archive/2007/08/26/641.aspx
http://blog.12thwave.com/?p=7

I recommend taking the code from the private text box and applying it to the
custom drop-down to get the solution you want. It wouldn't take much to do -
just debug the heck out of it. Once you do, these custom columns  can be applied
to any SharePoint list.

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Sierra Lewis     Answered On: Jul 23

You want the system send a email when the task status is changed, and
the following solution may be helpful to you, just have a try.
www.sharepointboost.com/permissionworkflow.html

When any items are changed, the workflow will be trigged to send a
email including the status change.

 
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