Seems to me it is not possible out of the box, but is there a way to make Sharepoint display searchresults from the version history of lists and document librarys?
thanks in advance
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Now , I import the splistitem data from a list to another list, but the listitem's version history disappear, Also I can get the splistitem's Version . what should I do to add each Version History of the listItem ???
Can you give me some code ?
Help me ,
I move files into different folders programmatically. If a file was changed and it will be move again the new file is the actual file and the old file remained in the verison history.
How I save the new version:
Normally when you upload the new file with changed properties manually you see the changed properties in the version history.
When I do this programmatically I have the new file with the main version but the changed properties would not be displayed.
Can anybody help me?
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I urgently need to switch back to one of the previous versions of the customized Newform.aspx form . I dont see any option when i right click on the form but in the properties i see the version as v2.0
any help is appreciated.
I am working with a multitext line for comments and I have enabled versioning. The version history shows in each item within the View Form. I was wondering if I can have the comments field list in the List View as a column with all the version
history. Right now, it shows as a link "View Entries...". I would like to be able to view all versioin history in the list view under the comments column.
Is is there a feasible solution?
Thanks in advance.
I have a whole batch of fields which trigger an automatic date entry when they are changed: if more than one field is changed then a version is created for each field that is changed. I did some more fiddling to see how many of these workflows I could cram
into one (originally built to have one workflow per date trigger) and tested again but although the changes are grouped together now the system automatic updates still trigger another version for each automatically entered date. Anyone know how to get around
that? Its not unbearable but it just offends me somehow and it might cause a problem later on.
Hello, I installed smartpart and I created a usercontrol, single one, and then I want to test the user control before using it in sharepoint, so I created a webpage and dragged the user control, when I press F5, I got this strange error never seen.
ÃÂ Could not load file or assembly 'Microsoft.SharePoint.Search, Version=22.214.171.124, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c' or one of its dependencies. An attempt was made to load a program with an incorrect format.
I commented the following web.config lines but that didn work
<SafeControl Assembly="Microsoft.SharePoint.Search, Version=126.96.36.199, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c" Namespace="Microsoft.SharePoint.Search.Internal.WebControls" TypeName="*" Safe="True" AllowRemoteDesigner="True" />
I am not even
Can SharePoint Designer view the version history of a list? I want a workflow to send an email only when a specific column has been modified.
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 a simple list that contains aa title and a number field. On the edit form, I want to show all prior updates to the number field, like so:
01/01/2010 10 Updated by: user1
02/01/2010 20 Updated by: user2
Count: <Textbox for input>
I can create a custom edit form in Designer, but by default I get a DataFormWebPart with an XSLT. I don't know how to configure the data source to pull all versions so that they could be shown in the XSLT. If I can't use the DFWP and have to
do everything custom, please provide details and/or links.
This is for WSS 3.0. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
We've got lots of users having lots of fun with Document Library versioning. Great stuff, right?
Well, some users are complaining that when they check in and close, their versions are being lost - entirely! It's hard to tell what could be the cause of this, but the version history does seem to back up the fact that *something* is going on. Here's
a sample: http://img545.imageshack.us/f/versionissues.jpg/ ....
Here are the facts:
* Working from inside and outside our VPN
* Working on a range of MS Word versions
* Show a history of correctly checking in and checking out documents, so I think they're competent enough to not have saved a blank file
Ideas, anyone? What could be going on here?
I'm trying to develop some PSI Extensions for use on our corporate network. However, I cannot copy the above DLL from the server to my development machine as it is a 64bit server!?! We don't have a 32bit instalation package to extract a 32bit version from...
Is there anywhere I can get a copy of the 32bit version so I can do some local development and succesfully build my assembly?
Any help greatly appreciated...
I want to retrive "Comments" field AppendHistory in my aspx page. I read on MSDN regarding <SharePoint:AppendOnlyHistory>, but I am not sure how do I asign value in this control. However I am able to retrive "Comments" field as mentioned below, but
not sure how do I display "Comments" field version history/comments
txtComments.Text = Convert.ToString(retrieveItem["Comments"]);
and my comments object tag code in aspx page is
<SharePoint:InputFormTextBox ID="txtComments" RichText="true" RichTextMode="Compatible" runat="server"
TextMode="MultiLine" Rows="5" ></SharePoint:InputFormTextBox>
I have looked for a few days now, and I can find countless similar questions. People want to email the person who made a help-desk request and present them with the history of the request.
Ideally, that would be accomplished by inserting all the changes into the email, as generated by the workflow. However, I am a realist, and I would be happy to send the user a direct web link to the Version History of the Help-desk request in question.
I must have seen 30 similar requests on various forums around the globe in the last two days, but I am yet to see an answer.
Thank you kindly