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Multi-User Editing on Sharepoint Wiki

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 28, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

I have created a Wiki library for an internal sharepoint site, and have the problem that if multiple people are editing the same version of the wiki page, then one of them will lose their edits when they try to submit them.  I have since required a check-out of the wiki page prior to editing, which the dialog asks for when you click on edit.  However, for the check-in process, the user seems to have to go to the library and select the check-in from the drop-down.  I would prefer that this be asked when the user tries to commit their changes, so they do not need to navigate into the library.  Any decent way to work through this?

We're running all 2007 versions of our software here, if that is of any concern.


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