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When saving a file from ie. an email attachment into a sharepoint document library the files show up in explorer view of the document library but there is about a 20 minutes delay before they show up in the default view of the document library. This
is quite frustrating as because you can not see it there the users try to save as again.
This seems to work correctly in our test sharepoint environment. Does anyone have any ideas as where to start looking.
I'm looking at migrating a 3rd party document library to SharePoint 2010. After reviewing the SDK, I have some questions.
First, would it be more feasible to use the Content Migration Library or the Document Management Library to perform the migration?
Second, regrading the creation of the .CMP file. I understand the .CMP file is simply a CAB file with relevant XML files stored inside. I guess my question is, how should I procuce this .CMP file? Should I use the CAB SDK or is there an alternative
SDK I should be using? And what compression should I be using etc.
I appreciate and feedback on this issue.
Having templates here is a bit counter to what I had thought was standard practice of putting template files on a template path so that they would appear on the new file menu. Placing a template into a document library thatr should contain document instances
is really confusing. In some cases it might be prudent to create a content type linked to the template ( .dotx/potx/xltx) and assign it to the document library..
My short question -- will I screw up the template if I change the installed templates to instance documents ( e.g dotx -> docx ) ?
I am scoping out a document migration project to SharePoint 2010. I would like to ask a couple of questions about using the SharePoint SDK's to perform the migration to SharePoint from a 3rd party document management library. I would appreciate any comments or
After reviewing the SDK's there are 2 I focused on. The Content Migration API and DocumentManagement API. Am I correct in assuming that the DocumentManagement API is used primarily for accessing documents and not necessarily perform a migration?
Second, the Content Migration documentation implies that it can be used to migrate 3rd party document libraries to sharepoint. From what I've seen, the method to do this would be to produce the XML files required by the Admin tool and store them in a .CMP file,
which is just a CAB file. Yet, I don't see any methods outside the Run method for the SPImport and SPExport classes that can be used to produce the .CMP file.
Are there API's that i am missing or is this correct? If there are no other API's available to produce the .CMP using the SharePoint SDK, would it be feasible to use the CAB SDK to produce the .CMP file instead? If so, is there compression issues I need to
be aware of and so forth?
I appreciate any insight regarding these questions.
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!
Issue Description : Keywords from certain folders in the Document Library is not searchable via full text search. For example, the keyword
“4MB7106” is not searchable, even though the document is available in the document library. This is content search in a file in a document library, NOT a file name. Any ideas?
We have installed Sharepoint 2010 and Office Web Apps on a 64-bit Windows 2008 server. Excel 2010 files can be collaborated among different users (i.e. user status bar is showing the number of users accessing the Excel file) when the file is edited using
Edit in Browser option. However, we cannot get Word/PowerPoint 2010 files to collaborate in the same manner (i.e. no user status bar).
Does the collaboration feature work for Word/Powerpoint 2010 using Office Web Apps or it is available for Excel/OneNote 2010 only?
If collaboration is also available for Word/PowerPoint 2010 using Office Web Apps, any ideas why Excel 2010 works for us and not Word/PowerPoint?
Thank you in advance for your help and clarification.
If the responsibility for creating, managing, and executing routine backups is yours, these tools will make it easier. Also see how you can browse folders and files from inside Visual Studio.
MSDN Magazine May 2009
Windows SharePoint Services helps improve collaboration and workflow while protecting documents and intellectual property. But one feature is conspicuously missing - an easy way to back up and restore deleted files from document libraries. In this article, the authors take advantage of the extensibility of WSS and its server-side and client-side object models to build a restore feature that works like the Recycle Bin in Windows Explorer.
Maxim V. Karpov and Eric Schoonover
MSDN Magazine February 2005
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