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When try to open a folder in a moss 2007 document library in Explorer View, the folder does not open.
I am using IE7 and the path of the folder does not contains more than 100 characters.
Also it opening on few on the machines which has IE7.
I have document library with having some folder in the same ,i have displayed my library in the page as Treeview, so when i click on any of the folder in the library i need to navigate allitems.aspx page i.e default view page of the document library ,the
document library having views.Suppose when i am in other view i have selected folder from library treeview folder is changing but view not navigate to default view.
I have document library which is having folders,the document library i have displayed as tree view in the left side of the page.
Here Document library having views,suppose i have selected one view on the document library it is navigating the particular view that is good but when i am trying to click document library folder still the page in same view do not navigate the
default view .
I need when ever i click on any of the folder in document library that should navigate defualt view ,could you please help me on this.
Really its need urgent...
Is it possible to display the number of items contained within a sub-folder within a document library? When the user opens up the document library, he would like to see next to any sub-folder the number of items contained in that subfolder without having to navigate into it.
In the MSDN documentation there is a built-in field, SPBuiltInFieldId.ItemChildCount,where the number of items is kept. Can this field be used to accomplish this requirement? If so, is there any information on using the SharePoint object model on how to expose it? It is not accessible from the Document Library Settings.
Using Server-side object model, it is pretty simple to get the previous file versions. Say I wanted to view a file in its initial version, all I’d need to do
When using Client object model, I couldn’t any analogous method/property which would let me fetch the previous version of file.
Can somebody point me to a sample or the property which would serve my purpose?
When using lists, it is easy to specify that users can only see lists that they created (through Advanced Settings)... Is there a similar way to do this with document libraries? Rather than doing item level security... Thanks.
On a pretty vanilla SharePoint document library, a particular user browsing with IE8 can click on the document icon or the title link for a Word document but nothing happens. Other document types were not tested, so I can't say
if it was specific to Word documents. The user can however pull up the menu at the right of the title and select "Open in Microsoft Office Word" which will open the document in Word and is then able to modify and save the document.
The behavior has not been observed from other users using IE8. I've reviewed the users Internet Options settings and didn't see anything out of the ordinary and tried disabling pop-up blocker and other potentially interfering features without changing
the observed behavior. The user is from a different location and his configuration may or may not represent the stock configuration at that site, so I can't dismiss it without determining whether it would affect all users at his site. Word 2007
is installed on the user's machine.
Does this sound familiar? Any suggestions for troubleshooting?
A view of a document library has a setting under Folders area if the files should be shown in their respective folder or just a flat list of file. If "Show all items withtout folders" is selected, following is my observation:
- Saving the document library as a template and creating new libraries from this template takes this setting into the new library as expected
- Saving the site as a template and creating a new site from template removes this setting from the existing document libraries in newly created sites. If a new document library is created from the document library template, the setting is ON as expected.
This seems to be related to what being discussed here
I want to add a Data View WebPart to upload a new document to a SharePoint Document Library.
What I'm aiming to do is to have a list item displayed on a page and then upload related files to a document library rather as list item "attachments". So the user would come on to the page, see the list item and have an upload box underneath
with all the document's metadata next to the upload Can this be done using SPD?
I've had a quick look around and I'm suspecting the answer to this is "NO" but I thought I'd ask anyway.
(I'm thinking custom webpart)