I have 1 Document library where few fields/columns are NON MANDATORY, when i am trying to add new item in it, the fields which are non mandatory comes with Asterisk mark and not
allowing to save any item in it.
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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!
I have a situation that has foxed me!! I have a site level content type that has 8 fields... I use this to create more content types at the site level and use these in multiple Document Libraries (I have 40 doc libs). This works fine for 38 of
the libraries. But for 2 of them... 2 of the columns are not showing up on the document libraries. These are user lookups fields. I am not sure why it's not working in these libraries only! When I use the same content type in another
library... the inheritance does not break for these fields!
Anyone please provide some guidance on this? I am using WSS 3.0 and SPD to do workflows.
On another note... the content type has a template (in excel) attached to it. When I create the content manually using the content type from the New menu option, the template is used... however, when I try to add it using an SPD workflow, it creates
a blank template... the content type template is not being used.
Please help... I am in a fix and need to release this application today!!!
I have created a webpart that generates a xlsx fil with data from some lists on a sharepoint 2010 site using open xml 2.0.
So far I save the generated xlsx file on the servers harddrive just for test purpose. What I want is to save the generated xlsx file to a document library, but I feel it is a little stupid to save the file on the harddrive and afterwards upload it to the
Can't I skip the "save on harddrive"-step somehow?
when you create a document in a SP 2010 document library (of a particular content type, by clicking new, letter (content type name) in sharepoint for example) which has default values set on in in the library (set by using library settings -> change
default column values), the default values do not show up until you create the document , save it and reopen it again. Is this a bug or by design. If it is by design, it is horrible since if some of the column default values are mandatory in the
content type then you actually have to type them in before you could possibly save the file which defeats the whole point of having default column values. Also it is tremendously clunky for a user to have to create file, save it , close it, and reopen
it just to view the default metadata in the document information panel that is supposed to be there.
Anyone have any thoughts/solutions to this problem?
I have created a Document Library in My portal. I am able to access, create and upload document when I am in connecting to the portal from my office (Intranet).
I am able to access the Document Library when I am connecting using Internet (external). But I am not able save Documents into Document Library. I am getting Below error Message.
"Documents in this folder are not available. The Folder May have been moved or deleted, or Network porblems may be preventing a connection to the server".
I am using Microsoft ISA as proxy server.
Please suggest me what might be wrong.
I want to add a Data View WebPart to upload a new document to a SharePoint Document Library.
What I'm aiming to do is to have a list item displayed on a page and then upload related files to a document library rather as list item "attachments". So the user would come on to the page, see the list item and have an upload box underneath
with all the document's metadata next to the upload Can this be done using SPD?
I've had a quick look around and I'm suspecting the answer to this is "NO" but I thought I'd ask anyway.
(I'm thinking custom webpart)
I am using Sharepoint 2007 (MOSS).
I want to hide/remove "Alert Me" action menu item from Custom List/Document Library for my Sharepoint site.
any help will be appreciated.