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How can I create a new library/list using sharepoint data services (SDS)? I'd also like to add items in the newly created library programmatically using SDS? Is this possible at all?
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After I create a "REST Collection WCF Service" project, it contains one service "service.svc". Can I add multiple services to this project? There must be a way to do so. Otherwise, it does not make sense to create one project for each service.
My question is how to add a new service to an existing "REST Collection WCF Service" project?
Thanks a lot.
Is there a way to approve / reject a file that has been published on sharepoint 2007 using web services only?
Say there is a document 'A.xls' that was published as a major version by the author. I want the admin to be able to approve/reject it from a site outside the Sharepoint application. I know there is a workflow involved in this, but is there a web service
that exposes the functionalities attributed to this workflow?