This will fix the problem where the form is opened in the sidepanel without DFFS when you click to view, edit or add a new item from a modern list view.
December 12, 2020 – v184.108.40.206
Changes how the site URL is written in the content type form URL to ensure it still works if you save the site as a template after installing DFFS. In v220.127.116.11 the site URL was hard coded and resulted in a broken link to the forms if it was restored on another site URL. To ensure you don’t have to reinstall DFFS to fix this I have now changed it in both the normal DFFS installer (published November 25, 2020) and in this tool.
July 31, 2020 – v18.104.22.168
Fixed a bug where only the first 100 DFFS configurations in the SPJS-DynamicFormsForSharePoint list were checked. Also changed a jQspjs (jQuery noConflict namespace in DFFS) reference that made it only work when loaded in a DFFS form and not in a standalone page with plain jQuery loaded.
Microsoft is investigating the ticket i submitted yesterday regarding the breaking change or bug that was released for first release customers on Office 365 – link to my post from yesterday.
I have been able to create a script that fixes this problem on all DFFS enabled lists within a site (it must be run once for each site) by writing the NewFormUrl, DispForUrl and EditFormUrl to the content types for these lists. A big thanks to Earl Libby from SPMarketplace for helping me figure out this workaround!
I will release a new version of DFFS this weekend (August 8-9) where the DFFS installer is updated to include this fix.
This is what it does
- Gets all lists in current site to use in step 2
- Gets all stored configurations from the DFFS config list “SPJS-DynamicFormsForSharePoint” and gets all unique lists – finding the list GUID from the lists gathered in step one.
- Looping over all content types in all the DFFS enabled lists and checks if the NewFormUrl, DisplayFormUrl and EditFormUrl matches the current content type scope (the current list path) and if not update it.
How to use it
This script is designed to be dropped directly in the console of any page within a SharePoint site, but it needs jQuery to run so it may be best to open a list NewForm by typing in this in the browser address bar:
The open the console and paste the script there.
I recommend using Google Chrome or the new Edge (chromium) as these have better console than Internet Explorer and the old Edge.
The script will log to the console so you know what is going on.
Please note that you need at least manage lists permissions to use this script. Also note that this only fixes lists that already have DFFS installed. This means that any new lists you install DFFS in might still fail unless you re-run this script. This will be fixed when I release a new version of the DFFS installer sometime later this week.
Get the script here
Please let me know if you have any question in the comments below.