How to programmatically import .FLD (Federated Location Definition) file in sharePoint 2007?
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I have a Word document that is located at non-Sharepoint location XYZ. This word document has multiple hyperlinks contained within the body of the document. When I try and load this document to a document library it first changes the XYZ location of
the original document to the location where Sharepoint resides. THEN, it modifies ALL of the hyperlinks to a subset of the Sharepoint location. I am at my wits end as to how to stop this from happening.
Original File location Z:\Power\Procedures\somedocument.doc
After upload http:\\ap15\power\procedures\somedocument.doc
The ORIGINAL document is basically a Table of Contents that is several pages long and has several hundred links pointing to different file locations embedded within the body.
I am totally baffled as to how to stop this from happening. At some point all of the documents will get moved to the Sharepoint server, but in the interim I just want to link to the old document, in the old location, with the original links such that everyone
isn't going crazy that our procedures are missing in action. HELP.
I am unable to open an excel file in Sharepoint (MOSS 2007). All other documents work fine. As far as I know there was no change on the Server at all.
Excel found unreadable content in 'stuff.xls'. Do you want to recover the contents of this workgroup? If you trust the source of this workbook , click Yes
When I click YES >> It says "Excel recovered your formulas and cell values, but some data may have been lost." And then a link to an xml file , which reads :
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes" ?>
- <recoveryLog xmlns="http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/spreadsheetml/2006/main">
<summary>Errors were detected in file 'http://server_name/Project_name/Shared Documents/abc - def/Phase 5/Track/stuff.xls'</summary>
<info>Excel recovered your formulas and cell values, but some data may have been lost.</info>
Now this has resulted in huge loss of data and I can see New numbers in the cells which is very strange!
Is there a way I can get it back ? I do not have a
I cannot find any way to do it.
I also asked on Stack Overflow.
I am using sharepoint 2007 sp2, it has been workig fine for the past 8 months but since one of the developers installed .net 4.0 framework, every time we create a new sharepoit publishng site or extend and existing application the home url displays an "Unknown
File Type" security warning message and asks users to download the file. If i manually tupe in the full url
http://www.mysite.com/pages/default.aspx it is displayed correctly. I have uninstalled .net 4 from the server but i still have the same error. I have tried to replicate this error on
a development server but sharepoitn works fine on that even with .net 4.0 installed.
Has anyone had the same issue ? I would appreciate any suggestios or help with troubleshootig this issue.
i hope your understood my problem...
please suuggest me with your coading skills.....
thanks & regards
Silly question, but how do you add a file description to the Description field in a library?
I can see the field, it’s just empty and I can’t update it!
I thought it was done with the ‘manage properties’ option on the drop down menu that each file has – but no.
Can anyone help please? I’m sure it’s something obvious!
i have development server for sharepoint and three days back i freed some space in c: drive. Today i see increased in size of SharedServices_Search mdf file to 33 GB .
Could anyone pls adivse why it is happening and how can reduce the size of mdf file..
I want to create programmatically a workflow like SharePoint Designer does, it works for the actions and the creation of the *.xoml workflow file but I can’t upload or create an *.xoml.rules file for the conditions, immediately
after upload it disappears and I don’t know why. Any file with the extension of .rules is not accepted by SPD, is there something that forbids the upload?
Any help would be greatly appreciated,