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SharePoint 2013: Customize a custom drop down field by using client-side rendering

Posted by Veena Sarda Articles | SharePoint 2013 December 12, 2012
This sample demonstrates how to customize the rendering process for a custom drop down field in SharePoint 2013 Preview. You can provide custom logic to control the rendering process of various template sets, such as the View, Display, Add and Edit forms.
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This sample demonstrates how to customize the rendering process for a custom drop down field in SharePoint 2013 Preview. You can provide custom logic to control the rendering process of various template sets, such as the View, Display, Add and Edit forms.

The JavaScript code that controls the rendering process is in the MyTestScripts.js file.

Figure 1 shows the selection of Custom Field

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Figure 2 shows the default values in custom field

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Figure 3 shows the custom field rendered in the view form

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Figure 4 shows the custom field rendered in the display form

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Figure 5 shows the custom field rendered in the Add New form

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Figure 6 shows the custom field rendered in the Edit form

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Prerequisites

This sample requires the following:

  • Microsoft Visual Studio 2012
  • SharePoint development tools in Visual Studio 2012
  • A SharePoint 2013 Preview development environment

Key components of the sample

The sample contains the following

SPFieldTest project, which contains the following files:

  • fldtypes_ComplexityFieldType.xml, which declares the custom field.
  • ComplexityField.cs which extends the SPFieldChoice and overrides the JSLink property.
  • MyTestScripts.js, which contains the rendering logic .

Configure the sample

Update the SiteUrl property of the solution with the URL of your SharePoint website.
 

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