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: bruno farmaceutici clomid good sample sat essays viagra online without generic cialis in the uk help writing a compare and contrast essay bactrim over the counter walgreens cialis burnham simple 5 paragraph essay template axiron and viagra source site essayer teso gratuitement les generiques du viagra generic researching and writing a dissertation download how to write a thesis by umberto eco pdf levitra dosage strengths of lotrel restating the thesis in the conclusion follow site go site lamictal augmentation go to site phd thesis topics in mass communication depo provera national drug code go here melting pot essay rubrics in essay writing exemple dissertation urbanisation top research paper editing for hire usa go ~site – Web site (SPWeb) relative link.

~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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