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SharePoint Couldn't redirect to another page after document check in

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 20, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 

Hi all,

I want to redirect to other page after check in the document in the document library. So I coded in ItemCheckedIn event.

But the problem was raised:

  • When I click the Check In button, system would pop up the message "The file could not be checked in. It may already been checked in by another user." (But it would check in the document later).
  • It couldn't redirect to other page after checking in.

Can anyone help?Thx.

 




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