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Copy copy = new CopyService.Copy();
document library in sharepoint site.. I need upload only MS Documents like extension with .doc,.docx,.txt and prevent from extension with .img,.gif...I mean to say dont upload image files into the document library in sharepoint site..
what is the maximum limit for creating document libraries in sharepoint 2010, is there any limit? if so can you give me the number and details where do i find it.
Thanks in advance.
When using sharepoint services with word 2003 on an XP machine, everything works fine. We bought some new computers where we now have windows 7 and office 2007/2010. These work perfect too. Even the 64-bit computers.
We are very happy with the new office version, so we decided to upgrade the entire company. As a test, we upgraded 1 PC. But this is not working. So we upgraded office, later we reinstalled it. But nothing helps. This is the problem: I surf to the document
click it to open it, and then Word hangs. "contacting server". This is not always the case, sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. This even with the same document.
We would really like to upgrade to office 2010 entirely. But we're not going to buy licences we cannot use. Anybody got a solution?
in somewhat of a twist to the previous kb 943280 I have clients accessing my wss 3.0 site over ssl.
they attempt to go into their document libraries and are able to receive the ms type documents and their associated icons show up.
however in attempt to get to the pdf documents they're asked to login again, and if they bypass the login they can access the pdf file fine, it just doesn't draw the pdf icon.
I do have the icon correctly installed, for me as site owner the icon displays fine and I do not get asked to login again.
What I have seen with the other users is that they're using Vista home and/or business with the 256bit encryption while I am using the 128 bit encryption.
This site was also previously on a hosted site, not requiring ssl, but no one had the second login issue which makes me think I am missing a server option that should be on my machine.
Thanks in Advance!
How to get item of document library from sharepoint site using C# without using microsoft.sharepoint.dll.
If we have to use microsoft.sharepoint.dll then how can i get that dll as I don't have sharepoint server, My application is based on WPF and C# only.
Kindly reply me ASAP.
I want to retreive the url for the folder in the document library using visual studio.And I also want to retreive the subfolder url.Pls help me.
I have created sharepoint site using MOSS 2007 and am using
After Successfully logging into site, when I attempt to open an MS office document from the document library, It pops up an authentication window. Once I close the authentication
window, the document Opens, if I don’t close the authentication window, the document does not open.
This is happening only in Internet Explorer.Documents are opening without entering credentials in “google chrome” and “Mozilla”. The authentication pop-up
itself does not appear.
...also when Office documents are saved to document library they open as Read-only and cannot be saved back to the same document library.
This only happens in my production SharePoint 2007 environment from client XP and IE7 machine. It does not happen in developement environment (which mirrors
production) from client XP/IE7 machines.
Save works fine to SharePoint document libraries from client Win 7 and IE8 machines in both production and development environments.
This only happens when attempting to save to a My Site Personal Documents document library. Any other document library this behavior does not exist from XP
or Win 7 machine.
What settings controls ones ability to save to a personal My site document library. What setting could be different between prod and dev installations?
It only happens
WeÃÂ have created a MS InfoPath form with it's corrsponding SharePoint Document Form Library, but would like toÃÂ restrict the access to the SharePoint Document Form Library. After the user completes and submits the forms then he/she should not be able to go into the SharePoint Document Form Library and view the form. In order to allow users to fill out and submit an InfoPath form, Contributor level access is required to be granted. But Contributor level access allows them to view not only the form he/she has created but everyone else's which is not acceptable in this particluar situation. The solution we've come up with is to grant Contributor access to the SharePoint Document Form Library when the Submit button is pressed using stsadm grant the user Contibutor role. Then remove the access once the submission is completed.
We would be interested to know if there is a better process to accomplish this task. And, of equal importance, the coding that is required to execute this task.