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We have several pdf documents that are records and we want to maintain them in record center. These documents were not part of any collaboration sites. They are all in a shared
folder. So there is no audit history and version history for these documents which is typical of any collaboration area documents.
The question I have is, will there be any disadvantages of directly uploading the document to record center library instead of setting up routing rules and submitting the document
I have noticed that when we submit a document using Send To, Record Center's default router renames the file and makes it a unique file name by appending _uniqueId. In my case,
all the files are uniquely named and I am not worried about file name clashes.
Is it advisable to directly upload the documents to record cente
I need to crawl update of newly created/updated documents within document libraries. My understanding says i need to create the new content source and associate the crawls.. and newly created and updated documents would be crawled in the next sceduled incremental
crawl. But my question is how i can create the dadicated content source for document libraries as the content as there is no such content source type.
Any suggestion or workaround would be greatly appreciated.
Trying to verify that I've found a what I believe is fairly large weakness in the SP API: moving documents while keeping their version history completely intact as they are.
API deals with this in very incomplete way:
- SPFile.Move() does send the versions with document, but wipes out all version's comments and sets theirÃÂ Modified to date of operation and ModifiedBy to user context running code.
-SPCopy has no movement of versions available
Some posts/articles in the community on this.ÃÂ Solution givenÃÂ is to interate over the source file's versions and run SPFileCollection.Add() of the target folder for each version.ÃÂ That method has 13 overloads, but none allow you to preserve all aspects of the version - very aggravating:
- One overload allows setting of Modified and ModifiedBy - but not Version comments
- One overload allows setting version comment but not Modified/ModifiedBy.
- One allows sending the version's property bag over, but this seems to have no effect on version comments or Modified/ModifedBy on the destination file.
If anyone in possession of an approach I do not see here wo
I have searched and searched but have not found a solution anywhere. My problem is that we have a number of document libraries that require check out for editing and have mandatory fields. When users upload multiple documents the documents are kept checked
out until a value is assigned to the field and the document is checked in. The issue is, that users may not complete the process and subsequently no other users can see the document.
We tried indexing the 'Checked out to' field and allowing for users to search based on this. However, this does not display documents with no checked in version and as such does not help...
Is there some way that we can make the search indexer crawl these documents or have a web part that lists documents checked out to the logged in user? We are using SharePoint Foundation 2010 which may make this more difficult.
I am having problems with a user control. I want my solution to have a separate project for holding my user controls.
The main project can get a reference to this user control project and can import this user control dll into my main project.
Thanks in advance,
i am new to asp.net programming i am trying to create an ms excel file with charts drawn in it,
i wrote the complete code for it but the it is saying
i have set the permissions to my complete disk space and all user accounts, and i tried with anti-virus disabling also it didnt work please try to help me out and my code is :
I've generated some PDF documents.But i like to merge all PDF documents to 1 PDF document, withouth saving it first.So i would like to have 10 byes ans bound them together if possible... But how?
Code i use right now:
////Then create new pdf file
string strMime = null;
string strEncoding = null;
string strfileNameExtentions = null;
string stream = null;
Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms.Warning warnings = null;
bytes = rep.Render("PDF", null, out strMime, out strEncoding, out strfileNameExtentions, out stream, out warnings);
Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 include a new set of components called Application Services. These put a rich set of tools in a developer's bag for Office automation. We'll show you how to use Office OpenXML, Word Automation Services and SharePoint to build a simple application that merges separate status reports into a single document.
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MSDN Magazine July 2010
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MSDN Magazine October 2009
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