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Define attribute 'ID' with curly brackets in RemoveFieldRef

The attribute 'ID' in elements of type 'RemoveFieldRef' should start and end with '}'. Otherwise they may not work correctly.

CheckId SPC016603
TypeName DefineValidIDInRemoveFiedRef
Severity Error
Type RemoveFieldRef

Add characters '{...}' at start and end of attribute 'ID' in element RemoveFieldRef. The field ID is the string representation of a GUID, including braces. The value is case sensitive. See sample below:

   <RemoveFieldRef ID="{67df98f4-9dec-48ff-a553-29bece9c5bf4}" Name="Attachments" />
   <RemoveFieldRef ID="{f1e020bc-ba26-443f-bf2f-b68715017bbc}" Name="WorkflowVersion" />

To suppress this violation in XML SharePoint code add the following comment right before the XML tag which causes the rule violation. Learn more about SuppressMessage here.

<!-- "SuppressMessage":{"rule":"SPC016603:DefineValidIDInRemoveFiedRef","justification":"Provide reason for suppression here"} -->
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