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List item attachments are not stored in Document Library. It is a part of the list item which is located with a correlation to the item in a Content DB. Document library is a separate independent entity. You can add a lookup to the document library and define the list item id or title in the document library. Also when you add a lookup, you can include ...


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I agree with both John and Steve. Attachments can be done this way BUT there is a caveat to this approach. If you decide to remove the file link from the post after uploading the file, the file will not be automatically deleted from the library where it was uploaded. You will have make sure you manually delete that specific file otherwise it will stay there ...


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Create a New List with a LookUp Column ParentID linked to Document Library's ID column and another column Image/HyperLink Column. In this Way you can have multiple imaged attached to a single document. Another way is to create a custom field type which could hold different images. For details on how to create custom field check this link.


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You can add this script: <script type="text/javascript" language="javascript"> function PreSaveAction() { var elm = document.getElementById("idAttachmentsTable"); if (elm == null || elm.rows.length == 0) { document.getElementById("idAttachmentsRow").style.display='none'; alert("Please attach Documents"); return ...


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It's hard to give a super concise answer to this without doing a more thorough analysis of your process -- but I would probably have one central site where documents are initially uploaded and approved, this area would be internal access only (no clients). I would have some specific identifier for every project you're working on, so that documents could be ...


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It looks like you are looking for a kind of Github/Sharepoint Integration https://zapier.com/zapbook/github/sharepoint/ the only reason I might see that it wouldn't be a best practice to use a 'document library' as a code repository is because the metadata of folders can affect documents inside the folder. I'm not completely familiar with all of the ...


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With the info presented, I'm not sure I understand why you went with the 'Tasks' option. One possible scenario is to leverage the metadata potential of SP and just store all the files in a custom list with columns defining the project names, status etc. This allows you to categorize as well as add custom workflows. And you would not need folders at all.



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