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Set Site Content Type Read Only in SharePoint using JSOM

The example in this topic show how to use JSOM to Set Site Content Type Read Only in SharePoint
  • You can use Content Editor or Script Editor web part on your site, put Html and JSOM (Java Script Object Model) code and that's it. You can perform any action supported by JSOM APIs

How to execute JSOM code in SharePoint?

  • Note: This is just a sample, you can go ahead with your implementation.
  • Open your Site. Create a webpart page.
  • Put a Content Editor Web part and a Script Editor Web part on it.
  • Webpart page content editor and scipt editor
  • I have added below Html in Content Editor webpart. You can replace MainFunction with your actual method name.

    <button onclick="MainFunction();" type="button">Click me​</button>

  • And below references in Script Editor Webpart. You can keep jQuery reference as per your need. ScriptFile.js is a JavaScript file where you can keep below function i.e. your actual logic.

    <script src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-2.2.4.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

    <script type="text/javascript" src="/_layouts/15/sp.runtime.js"></script>

    <script type="text/javascript" src="/_layouts/15/sp.js"></script>

    <script src="https://MyServer/sites/SiteCollection/style library/js/ScriptFile.js"></script>

  • Once you are done with setting your page, click on the button and your method should get executed.

  • var oSiteContentTypes, clientContext;
  •  
  • function SetSiteContentTypeReadOnly() {
  •     // You can optionally specify the Site URL here to get the context
  •     // If you don't specify the URL, the method will get the context of the current site
  •     // var clientContext = new SP.ClientContext("http://MyServer/sites/SiteCollection");
  •     clientContext = new SP.ClientContext();
  •  
  •     var oWeb = clientContext.get_web();
  •  
  •     // Get Site Content Type collection object
  •     oSiteContentTypes = oWeb.get_contentTypes();
  •  
  •     // Load Site Content Type collection to Client Context
  •     clientContext.load(oSiteContentTypes);
  •  
  •     // Execute the query to the server.
  •     clientContext.executeQueryAsync(onsuccess, onfailed);
  • }
  •  
  • function onsuccess() {
  •  
  •     // Iterate through Enumerator
  •     var oEnumerator = oSiteContentTypes.getEnumerator();
  •  
  •     // Counter variable to be used to break below loop
  •     var counter = 0;
  •  
  •     while (oEnumerator.moveNext()) {
  •         // This line of code is written to break the loop
  •         if (counter == 1) {
  •             break;
  •         }
  •  
  •         var oContentType = oEnumerator.get_current();
  •  
  •         // Specify the Content Type Name here
  •         if (oContentType.get_name() == "New Title") {
  •  
  •             counter += 1;
  •  
  •             // set Content Type read only
  •             oContentType.set_readOnly(true);
  •  
  •             // Update content type
  •             oContentType.update(false);
  •  
  •             clientContext.executeQueryAsync(FinalQuerySuccess, FinalQueryFailure);
  •         }
  •     }
  • }
  •  
  • function onfailed(sender, args) {
  •     console.log('Failed' + args.get_message() + '\n' + args.get_stackTrace());
  • }
  •  
  • function FinalQuerySuccess(sender, args) {
  •     console.log("success");
  • }
  •  
  • function FinalQueryFailure(sender, args) {
  •     console.log('Failed' + args.get_message() + '\n' + args.get_stackTrace());
  • }

Thank you for reading this article. This code was tested in SharePoint 2013

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