Has anyone been able to receive alerts after renaming files in Explorer view? I don’t know if it is an known issue or not.
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Hello all. Alerts are not being triggered when renaming a file in Explorer view. They work when a new file is created.
Is this expected behaviour or is there a fix.
We are using SP 2007
1. I had some files in a document library that were visible in SharePoint UI and Explorer view.
2. Tried to create a links to the sub folders in the quick launch area.
3. While doing so, "something" happened and then I could not see anything in the folder in the SharePoint UI view. HOWEVER, I can see the files in the Explorer view.
Please help as folks need access to these file sin the SharePoint view.
I am using MOSS (SharePoint 2007).
I am working with a desktop application developed in C#. A form in this application lists all files/folders from the computer drives. Users can drag/drop files/folders between the windows explorer and this form. The users can also drag files
from this form (that contains virtual files list in a dot net listview control) onto [Adobe Actobat Professional] main window and the Adobe Acrobat opens the file in it properly.
But when I the users drag files from the form and drop them on the [Combine Files] window of adobe professional, it shows a cross (X) mouse icon that defines that the dragged items cannot be dropped on this window (Combine Files form).
The possible reason what I thin
The Web-style interface is the default Explorer folder view for the Desktop Update in Windows 2000. The Desktop Update uses HTML-based hypertext templates to create the Web view, and you can customize these templates to include your own views and commands. This article shows you how the Explorer Web view works and how to build your own custom templates for it. You'll see how to add a command prompt and task buttons to a new folder view using HTML, script, and ActiveX controls. The shell object model and thumbnail shell extensions are also examined, then used to build a simple icon viewer for Explorer.
MSDN Magazine June 2000
When try to open a folder in a moss 2007 document library in Explorer View, the folder does not open.
I am using IE7 and the path of the folder does not contains more than 100 characters.
Also it opening on few on the machines which has IE7.