in windows sharepoint server 2007 when i create word file in document libary after i created it
file dont appear in list
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My MOSS 2007 environment fires OutOfMemory exceptions when attempt to launch a custom Document Converter on files larger then 50 MB (Video files) . Because my Document Converter is implemented by a standalone executable, I'm figuring these exceptions are fired by Sharepoint Work process, on downloading/uploading from/to temp folder, not byÃÂ my custom converter.
If this is theÃÂ case, can I apply any workarounds on server configuration ? I tried with /3GB switch without luck. Maybe SP1 will address this issue too ?
We are having an issue with an Excel spreadsheet that is linked to several Excel documents in a document library. Mutliple staff members update several "sub" spreadsheets with information that is rolled up to the "master" spreadsheet. Excel appears
to behave correctly in that if I open both the sub and master spreadsheets in my Excel window at the same time, the data in master gets updated. If I just open the master, I have stale data. I'm not sure SharePoint is to blame here, so I'll post
this in the Excel forums as well, but any information or experience anyone has had with this would be fantastic.
Thanks in advance for any help/advice!
Hi, I've ran in to a challenge with the standard Request for Proposals (RfP) template. Due to the number of proposals
we use, the huge number of documents per proposal and a need to keep historic results I have had to add folders into the "request documents" library for each RfP to reduce the number of documents shown in the list when creating an RfP and confusing users.
works fine, however when I create a new RfP, I see additional files in the "request documents" list instead of just the folder names. It looks like it is also readin gthe contents of each foldr, but not all files are listed. Versioning is turned on for major
and minor releases as default.
As I am unable to view the details of the standard new RfP page I am struggling to work out how to fix this.
Hi , i search in google , bing , cuil and all of searchs provider for the solution of this problem :
I get HTML content from HTTPWebRequest(because is much requests and if i use WebBrowser control directly i get a lag and video processing unnecessary)
And i need set System.Windows.Controls.WebBrowser.Document with this text.
"Solution" , use new methods call NavigateToString() or NavigateToStream()
Navigates ONLY read and process content INSIDE this tags , no external files (like 'something.js')
Solution i encountred after two weeks of search
Process the text and replace the files by the content of that.
But this i think that is no real solution. (i tested , work , but not perfectly) * I write my own code because that post dont have source code.
for why you need to do that?
because i need interact with users after search , and use html's input to re-search again and process this file with all extern files is too slow
Sorry for bad english, i'am brazilian.
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.
We have a farily large SharePoint site, (>20,000 Office documents), and we are running low on disk space. I would like to write a VBA program that walks through the tree (including subsites) and deletes all the document library history files
that are over 1 year old. I can't seem to find a way to access the history files unless I open each document; opening each document would cause my program to take months to complete. Does anyone know a way to get access to the history
files using VBA without having to open the Office file whose history I want access to? The only way I've found to access this history files is to use the DocumentLibraryVersions object, but it requires that I open the file (that I know of). I have
no problem walking the file tree and I have access to SharePoint Designer 2007, Excel 2007, and Word 2007 typelibs, object models, etc.. Due to policy restrictions in my company, I cannot install development tools on my machine, so I'm stuck with VBA.
Also, I won't be allowed to create a web service; although I can access one that already exists on our server in case any come with SharePoint.
P.S., I have lots of good VBA code that I've written over the last 15 years to do all kinds of tasks with Office and SharePoint that I'm happy to share if anyone can benefit from it.&