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SPJS Charts for SharePoint v6

I have released v6.0.0  of SPJS Charts for SharePoint.

The reason for skipping to v6.0.0 for this release is that the loader has changed to ease the setup process. Unfortunately this version is NOT directly backwards compatible with v5.0.0.

This means that if you have v5 already installed, you must add v6 side-by-side and manually add new chart pages and import the “old” charts from v5.

Refer the updated user manual for details.

Please post any questions or comments in the forum.

I want to send a big thanks to Rudolf Vehring for help with testing the new version.


DFFS now with built in check-out for list-items

I have previously show how you can use DFFS rules to require check out of list items before editing.

This worked reasonably well in most cases, but if you had a large form with lots of rules, the loading would take twice the time because all the DFFS rules would have to run before the check-out action could take place – and then the form was reloaded.

To overcome this, and also make the setup easier, I have now built support for requiring check-out of list items into DFFS. You find the settings in the Misc tab when editing the EditForm of a list item.

Please note that this is in BETA (v4.3.68), and I need your feedback to ensure it works as expected before releasing it in the production version.

You find the DFFS package in the DFFS_BETA folder in the download section.

Please post any findings in the forum


Extension to the hit-counter for logging hits to files linked in the quick-start

This is an extension to this solution:

I got a request for a solution to add hit counter functionality to a set of custom HTML pages in a document library. While you can add the hit counter code to the page, it will be a bit cumbersome if you have pages not inheriting from the master page.

I will here describe a possible solution to the problem, but this requires you to access these files from a link in for example the quick launch. It will not work if you go to the document library directly and open the file.

The code

Add a web part page to a document library in your site. Add a HTML form web part, or a SCRIPT editor web part to the page, and add this code:

<div style="font-size:25px;color:green;">Please wait while we open the requested page...</div>
<script type="text/javascript" src="/SPJS/DFFS/plugins/jquery.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="/SPJS/DFFS/plugins/SPJS-utility.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">

var hitCounterListName = "HitCounter";
var hitCounterListBaseUrl = "";

function spjs_logHitAndRedirect(){
	var redirTo = GetUrlKeyValue("goto"), res, data = {};	
	if(redirTo !== ""){
		data.Title = "Hit";
		data.URL = unescape(redirTo);
		data.User = (typeof _spUserId !== "undefined" ? _spUserId : _spPageContextInfo.userId);
		data.ReferringURL = document.referrer;
		res = spjs_addItem({
			location.href = redirTo;
		alert("Append \"?goto=[url to page] to the URL to log a hit, and redirect to the page.");


You must edit the code and add the correct link to jQuery and spjs-utility.js. You must also provide the correct name and path to the HitCounter list in the variables “hitCounterListName” and “hitCounterListBaseUrl”. This should be the same as you use in the “argObj” in the hit counter setup.

How to use

The link to the HTML page you add to the quick start must be on this format:

The above will log a hit on “” and redirect you to this file.