When adding new wiki pages i would like that they are automatically added to the PlaceHolderLeftNavBar (left menu).
How can i perform this option?
Thanks in advance
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We have internal sharepoint site for the staffs which also has wiki pages. We want that wiki pages as public; publish some data from wiki pages.
To do this, one of my friend suggest me to do this:
"For exposing stuff publicly from SharePoint, you can do it using the SOAP interface from SharePoint and using .NET to make an app to read it. "
I'm just beginner of the sharepoint and I'm unable to follow his suggestion. This is not the easy step.
Is anybody has some thoughts, ideas and some samples, if possible that would be great ?
I really appreciated. Thanks in advance.
I am working on a SP site (MOSS not WSS) which is heavily customised away from the OOTB layout. I need to create a Wiki site, which was going well - I've created a master page which displays the miniconsole (this was not visible with our customised
layout), and made it the default master page for the site. This has been applied to the two standard pages that come with the Wiki site, however when a new page is created, it seems to inherit the default.master, rather than my custom master page - thus not
showing the miniconsole.
When I have created a new page, I am able to use SharePoint Designer to attach my custom master page to it, which works perfectly, however this will not be a viable option going forward as end-users create their new wiki pages.
How can I get the new pages to inherit my master page when they are created?
I created a wiki page library and when I change the mode to Actions----->Edit in data sheet,it opens in Data sheet view.
But I am not able to edit the data sheet.The data sheet is frozen.
Am I missing something? Is it possible to do that.
We recently upgraded SharePoint 2007 SP2 farm to SharePoint 2010 farm uisng in-place upgrade. The upgrade was successful execept the Wiki pages library pages showing unusal behavior.
All the content in Wiki pages library under the SP 2007 site were upgraded to Wiki pages library under the same site after upgrade to SP 2010. But the WIKI tool bar is not showing the Edit button on Wiki pages and hence the Wiki content is non editable.
We did not receive any error or informtaional message in the pre-upgradecheck on prior to upgrade.
I would highly appreciate if some could help get the issue resolved.
I have recently upgraded (In-place) SharePoint 2007 farm to SharePoint 2020 farm. Everything went well except the Wikipages libraray.
The Wiki library page are upgraded & render properly in SP 2010 but they are not editable. The
Edit|History|Incomming links tool bar doesnt appear on upgraded WIKI pages and hence no one can edit them.
I would highly appreciate if some one can help me resolve this issue.
I'm using SharePoint Foundation and there is no option to save a wiki library as a template, and the Download a copy control is disabled for the wiki pages. Is this normal? Is there anyway to save a wiki as a template?
Or, is there a different way to move an entire wiki library to a new site collection? The old, easy way was save it as a template and use that template in another site. Am I missing something?
Thanks for your time.
I'm looking for a way to import a MediaWiki site into a WSS 3.0's Wiki app.
I've found two ways to export wiki data from MediaWiki (the wiki engine used by Wikipedia).ÃÂ There is the MediaWikiDump (a relatively simpleÃÂ XMLÃÂ format).ÃÂ And then there's InstaView, which I've customised toÃÂ export intoÃÂ WSS' Wiki format.ÃÂ The latter does not offer version history, but that is not a killer problem in my case.
So, now that I have my wiki data exportable, how do I import that into WSS 3.0's Wiki database content?
I've looked for some stored procedures that are specific to the wiki data, but I'm guessing a standardized document-oriented stored-proc is being used instead.
What would you do at this point?ÃÂ Are there any docs out there regarding the internals of the WSS 3.0 wiki data?ÃÂ Is the doc-oriented proc (perhaps proc_AddDocument) the right way to go?ÃÂ Where is the documentation on how to use proc_AddDocument?
This seems like a trivial problem that would be immensely helpful to all those "legacy" wiki-ers out there that want to transition to WSS 3.0 for their team collaboration.
Thanks in advance!
I would like to allow users "contribute" permission - but only for the Wiki pages within a site. For the other parts of the site these users have only "read" access. I have de-inherited permissions for the Wiki from the site and now
I am seeing the following message:
"Permissions to view and edit files uploaded to wiki pages are controlled by the library the file is uploaded to, not the wiki page library."
What library is this refering to? Where do I control the permission settings for the Wiki pages?
When I execute, "l["Category"].ToString();"
and the field is a lookup field it returns, "Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.FieldLookupValue", on the other hand when I execute "l["Description"].ToString();"
which is a normal string field I get the string(multiline) value back, any idea what could be going on here? I have tried, static/internal/displayname all with the same result(lol moment,