Explore the capabilities of this handy SharePoint add-on that helps you come up with custom item and documents IDs that cater to your business' needs
|Updated||November 8 2019|
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|Crack Size||4.7 MB|
|Systems||Windows 2003, Windows 2008|
If your business requires that you come up with custom IDs for your list items and documents, a software utility such as Smart ID Pro could come in handy.
The SharePoint add-on can carry out this task for you, with the generated ID being obtained by taking into consideration constant, function, and column values. It is worth pointing out that IDs can be associated with items at the beginning, at editing stage, or strictly when specific conditions are fulfilled.
On the other hand, if you deem that necessary, you can prevent ID column editing so that you can block unauthorized access. Nevertheless, it is relevant to note that this is not equal to making the column read-only as the Datasheet view as well as Document Information Panel should let you make modifications.
Then, associating multiple patterns with a single field can be done using Smart ID Pro Crack, as is the case of transforming text columns into IDs.
Aside from that, you might be interested to know that compiling list templates based on ID rules should be a hassle-free task and is meant to save precious time when dealing with recurring operations.
As a final word of advice, in case you are planning on uninstalling a product, you may want to remove all the rules as well or else SharePoint will experience a drop in performance.
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