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I really hope you already have figured out a solution as this question is a little old. Anyways if it helps what I would do to resolve it is simply use a SharePoint Designer Workflow to copy the value of the "BA Tech" column to the "BA" column. As the BA value should be created in your other list, it's crucial to include this instruction on your Workflow. ...


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To export InfoPath data to Excel Export form data to Excel To export InfoPath data to a list would require a custom feature or a third party tool like Qdabra This tool works even with 2007 version which is currently your requirement. I had came across one detailed article on How Do I Map InfoPath Form Data to a SharePoint List? This article may help you ...


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We can get the Checked out files using the below code. No matter what you try, you cannot get the checked out files by querying the document library as these are saved in a separate table in the database. SPDocumentLibrary library = (SPDocumentLibrary)list; IList<SPCheckedOutFile> files = library.CheckedOutFiles; foreach (SPCheckedOutFile file in ...


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When I do this same test and I put my form URL .xml as a link into a word doc, then CTRL + Click to open it I get an "Open, Save or Save as" box, if I choose "Open" it opens in the InfoPath filler client. I know the file associations can mess with this as some people have another application as their default XML editor and it opens there. Perhaps you can ...


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In SharePoint 2007 you dont have this option other than the email you received when customer request the access. If you want you can change the email address which can access the SharePoint access request. Site Actions > Site Settings > Advanced Permissions (under "Users and Permissions" group ) > Settings > Access Requests On this page you can ...


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There isn't a way to do this in Sharepoint 2007 like there is in Sharepoint 2013. You're out of luck unless you remove the option to request access and create some sort of request process where users ask for permission and then you add them manually or programmatically.


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In SharePoint 2007 you should use STSADM as the powershell cmdlets wasn't introduced until 2010. See Addsolution: Stsadm operation and Deploysolution: Stsadm operation


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If you are using PowerShell instead of Cmd, then you need to load sharepoint assemblies first. To add a solution to the Farm solution store use the Add-SPSolution cmdlet: Add-SPSolution –LiteralPath "C:DeploymentMySharePointSolutionPackage.wsp" To install a Farm Solution use the Install-SPSolution cmdlet: Install-SPSolution –Identity ...


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I don't have a MOSS box handy but this should mostly get you there: [void][System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName("Microsoft.SharePoint") $spSite = New-Object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSite("http://url") $webApp = $spSite.WebApplication foreach ($site in $webApp.Sites) { foreach ($web in $site.AllWebs) { foreach ($list in $web.lists) { ...


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The Community Kit for SharePoint includes these features for SharePoint 2007. http://cks.codeplex.com/releases/view/17901


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You have to restore the web part, since it is only reference to webparts in the sharepoint pages, SP page points to null value, only content can be saved in the web part page, Check in two recycle bins at site level and Site collection level to restore the web part. or Try toupload dummy webpart to restore the page- this is bit tricky and need to be ...


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SharePoint does only do IF, AND, OR and NOT for Logical functions so you have to built a XOR with those.


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I have never used this function in SharePoint. In Excel we can do this using =XOR(condition1,condition2) If it fails then you need to stick with if =IF(condition,TRUE,FALSE) =IF(condition1,TRUE,IF(condition2,TRUE,FALSE) ... etc.


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You can do $site.rootweb.ContentTypes to get all content types. Then for each one, use the SPBuiltInContentTypeId.Contains(ContentTypeId) method (MS reference) to check whether the content type is a built in one. If it is not, it must be a custom created one. Like so: [void][System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName("Microsoft.SharePoint") Function ...


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Yes both FBA and NTLM can co-exists. Enabling FBA will not affect your existing site users. This involves 3 steps Extend SharePoint Web Application Update Web Configuration entries Make changes in Central Admin to enable FBA You can go through technet https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262201(v=office.12).aspx article. Which explains each ...


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First you need to provide access of those 20 groups into SharePoint. For that you can use FBA or AD authentication. Once the users/groups are inside SharePoint you can create SharePoint Group for setting up proper permission to the Document Library.


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easiest way is to create a column and set it as person/group and choose show name(with presence) option. Now just create a workflow to set created by field(or whoever who want to display full name) name to above created new name column


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their are many things which cause the slowness.You can start from here. check the memory usage on the WFE. Check the CPU usage Check the DB server Perfomance Check the ULS logs and see if their is any query which is taking too much time. optimzed the page, if you have customization Use Fiddler to troubleshoot it. You also check the Search crawl logs and ...


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You can look into the Crawl logs and see if there are any issues with Search Crawling. Also you can use Wake Up Script and schedule it to run every morning. This will warm up SharePoint and make it perform better.


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You can create more 2000 items in a document library but this limit is for the view, If your view return more than 2000 items then it will put more load on the DB server which cause performance issue. Even if you create a new site collection in a new content db but still it is on same db server. So when you run a view which return more than 2000 items it ...


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2000 is the view threshold. That number of items a view can render. As the size of Content Database grows performance of these views (with more than 2000) will degrade. You can fine tune this by adding indexes on the fields you are used in the view. It will be good to split content database i.e. per site collection. For more on this topic you can refer - ...


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Yes, you can do that. Take a look at this following great example explained by Laura Rogers with all the necessary detail: Click to Copy List Item to New in SharePoint 2007. Hope this helps!



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