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Safari / Firefox considered as Level 2 browsers for SharePoint 2007. Level 2 Web browsers provide basic functionality so that users can both read and write in SharePoint sites and perform site administration. However, ActiveX controls are supported only in level 1 browsers. It is advisable to use IE browser for SharePoint 2007. You can refer this link ...


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If it's rendered on the page and it has an ID then you should be able to manipulate it with javascript. The ID on the server control is DropDownList1 but, is it the same when it gets rendered? Inspect the DOM to ensure that the ID hasn't been appended with a toplevel control ID. If it's inside a user control you may find that the rendered ID might be ...


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Here some general steps might helps you to get this job done manually, take a backup of the content database and restore it, then create new web application and site collection in SharePoint 2013. After that remove the content database from this web application. Then select the newly created web application and click on the database which is on the left ...


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Probably the access may not be inherited to item level. Please check whether the library is maintaining item level permission.


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Perform below checklist: Is Permission inheritance broken at item level? Is default view has some filters applied to it which is returning no documents for current user? Is documents checked out?


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The answer is "No". I ran into a similar problem a few weeks back and there are no good options with SharePoint 2007 to get the versions of documents or list items. The solution I finally chose was to write a code based on lists.asmx to get the version history of each list item column-by-column. Do let me know if you had found any better solutions.


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Why do you need a third party tool?! You can migrate the site directly from 2007 to 2010 and then from 2010 to 2013. Read this article.


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I recently had the same problem due to database corruption. According to this site, there is a timer job that should be deleting all old events, and you should make sure this "Immediate Alert" timer job is running. You can check to see if old events are actually being deleted by running this SQL against your database: select top 1000 from ...


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No 2007 handy but depending on your browser coverage you can easily do that with CSS: .ms-vb-icon a { pointer-events: none } .ms-vb-icon is a sample selector from icons in document libraries, you need to identify how to target the column that contains the link with the thumbnail using your Web Developer Tools/Inspector. ...


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I've used xplica with success. I don't recall the price, but I think it may have been in that range.


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For us it was some columns are indexed twice. So we created index for: Column A, Column B, Column A + B By removing the third index we solved this issue. Pretty hard to understand why Ms even allow the combination in this case.


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I created a new page with another name and removed old page from module.xml . This has resolved my problem.


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Don't concatenate, work with the individual fields. In the workflow, create a string variable MyVar. Set the value of the variable with the String Builder. Inside the String Builder use the "Add or change Lookup" button to perform the lookup for the first selection field. type a semicolon repeat steps 3 and 4 for all selection fields, but don't add a ...


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If you have a list of documents you would like to download from a csv or database you can use System.Net.WebClient to download the documents based on URL. $clnt = new-object System.Net.WebClient $clnt.UseDefaultCredentials=$true foreach ($doc in $doclist) { $clnt.DownloadFile($downloadURL, $DestinationPath) } if($clnt){$clnt.Dispose()} In our case ...


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You can just add multiple Workflow Steps (right side of the Workflow Designer). They are independent and will execute one after another. It would look something like this: Step 1: Conditions: If name1 is not empty Actions: {do this} Step 2: Conditions: If name2 is not empty Actions: {do this} ...


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They are all on virtual folders, that are really located in the database. You need to download and install SharePoint Designer, and then you can view, manage, and create any content you need. Seeing that you are a developer, this is really something you could use in your toolset. You can download the SharePoint Designer 2007 package here.


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The View created needs to be modified and include Type in the column name. Steps to be follwed: Go to AllItems.aspx page. On the ribbon ..click on Modify this View....Select Type under the listed column and select Ok. You should see the folder on Allitems.aspx page now. Hope I got your answer right.



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