List of SharePoint URL tokens

Following is a list of tokens available in Sharepoint to use in your URLs. Be aware that Sharepoint only replaces the value of a token once for a given string, so if you have used the same token twice, second occurance will not be replaced by the token value. I will post a solution to do it in my next article:

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~sitecollection – site collection (SPSite) relative link.

In addition, you can use the following tokens within a URL:

{ItemId} – Integer ID that represents the item within a list.

{ItemUrl} – URL of the item being acted upon. Only work for documents in libraries. [Not functional in Beta 2]

{ListId} – GUID that represents the list.

{SiteUrl} – URL of the Web site (SPWeb).

{RecurrenceId} – Recurrence index. This token is not supported for use in the context menus of list items.


4 thoughts on “List of SharePoint URL tokens”

  1. Can you tell me just what the RecurrenceID is used for? I can’t find any information on teh web concerning this.

    Thank you.

  2. Hi Namwar,

    I stumbled upon this article hoping that there is a token for a user ID. You see, here’s what I’m trying to accomplish: I created a custom mysite left nav using Microsoft’s XML data source provider referencing a site.webmap. I need to add in my site.webmap a link to a user’s document library (e.g.…aspx).

    How can I do this?




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