I won’t to integrate a 3rd party forum in to my existing SharePoint portal.
Do you know a good/easy one?
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Please forgive me if this is posted in the incorrect forum, but I didn't see another that was a better fit. We are on SharePoint 2007. Here are the following items that I've asked our in house SharePoint people to answer and they have not been
When in a workflow an email notice is sent to multiple people that a document needs to be reviewed is there a way to do the following:
If notice is sent to 4 people and person #2 accepts the task, can a file be “checked out” or “locked” in some way so that the other three people cannot edit the
document or accept the task? Is there a way to notify the other three that that person #2 has accepted the task?
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.
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.
I have created one WIKI in SharePoint 2010 and uploaded some documents in the WIKI. Also i uploaded some images in the SharePOint 2010 Blog.
Now I want to download all the attachments to the each wiki as well as download the attachments for each blog.
I have a problem with my custom webpart pages which are inside sitedefinition. I have a sitedefinition defined for creating sites and sitedefinition contains the master pages and .aspx pages. My pages have webpartzone defined to with the custom webparts
added in it. From the browser, when I try to add third party webparts or sharepoint webparts or my custom webparts, it's failing with
"Unable to add selected web part(s). The operation could not be completed because the Web Part was deleted by another user or is invalid."
Does anyone have the same problem? Please help me. Why the pages are not allowing to add any other webparts to the page. Also I double checked my pages and webpartzones if I am blocking to add webparts via AllowCustomizations=false but I am not. If
I create a site with the sitedefinition, isn't it possible to add webparts to the page manually? I haven't found any information about this. Any ideas please.
Thanks in advance,