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There is no web service to interact with workflows. (You could write a custom one I guess). Edit There is a Workflow Web Service: workflow.asmx, it is just undocumented for SP 2010. What kind of operations are you trying to perform? That is a pretty broad area, and depending on the desired action, there may be different "better" approaches to take. If ...


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If you're building the software on a non-Microsoft platform, you may be able to use the dll for the Client Object Model via Mono (or an equivalent?), but I wouldn't necessarily trust it to be stable. I know Mono works best with dlls compiled through Mono. SharePoint offers a variety of web services to interface with, where you can perform a number of common ...


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These two may be helpful to you - How to Sync your iPhone/iPad with a SharePoint Calendar (programmatic via REST API) SharePlus for iOS (commercial app from Infragistics - includes a free lite version) You may want to also explore the iTunes App store for more commercial apps (some are free).


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I was able to overwrite using Copy.asmx by putting the actual file name in the sourceUrl as opposed to the full Url. For instance if the url to the document is {servername}/sitename/documentlibrary/A0805051340561869296.txt, then just put A0805051340561869296.txt as the sourceUrl argument. This will create another version. I removed the setting to require ...


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Yes, but you need a 3rd party app. I have never used this nor do I work for the company: http://www.moprise.com/ I heard about it at a SharePoint Saturday event that I attended recently. The person who told me about it had very nice things to say. But I cannot vouch for it myself. Since Office for iPad has come out this answer has changed: Open a site in ...


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No, you can't overwrite using Copy.asmx, but an alternative would be: Either write a custom Web Service which does the overwrite it. (As you said) delete the existing file before uploading it's new version. Of course, in such case you'll loose version history.


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I am not sure if I understand your question correctly. Your iPhone MUST connect to SharePoint site to be able to perform any of these actions. or You can download the documents, work on them offline and check in the document once connected. Read more about SharePoint workspace to understand how this works.


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Can't mark it as a duplicate, but this should answer your question: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1557040/objective-c-best-way-to-access-rest-api-on-your-iphone


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Read this: http://sharepointsemantics.com/2011/07/the-client-side-object-model-help-with-headless-authentication-in-sharepoint-online/ Make sure you read the linked articles written by Chris Johnson, following the information there should solve your authentication woes. Sidenote, you pretty much HAVE to use forms authentication on the SharePoint end.


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Is this calls to the web services with jQuery from within an authenticated SharePoint session in Safari? This should work fine, as the creds will be used from the current session, I can only see issues occurring really if the web service is trying to access a List that's in a site that the user doesn't have access to. If it's a native application that's ...



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