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I feel stupid answering my own question seven hours after posting, but in my efforts on another Subsite to Allow management of content types (Under Advanced Settings of a List) so I could hide the default column I accidently altered this content type on the top level site. I changed the Status of the Document content type to Hidden and saved. When I noticed ...
This kind of error typically occured when Object Cache not properly configured on the web app level. Please configure the Object cache(super user and super reader account), this required IIS reset so plan it accordingly. Add Users in the Policy of Web App. Now run the below Powershell: $wa = Get-SPWebApplication -Identity "<WebApplication>" ...
I think you need to specify what type of CheckIn you're doing. Such as Item.File.CheckIn("Checked in programatically!", SPCheckinType.MajorCheckIn);
Workflows that are set to start on create or on change will start simultaneously. If the workflow is not starting, it is either that 1) the workflow wasn't added to the list, 2) the workflow was added but the trigger isn't correct (not set to start on create / change), or 3) because the workflow is failing on start. If you go to the list (viewed w/ the ...
File.CheckIn - Allows to only check in the file File.Publish - This will this will do a Major Checkin and submits for approval.
What i believe, both are different one is for checkin documents and other is for publishing. Check In Check In/Check Out is a policy to avoid confusion while editing documents, you perform the Check In to unlock the file/page so that other users can edit it, at the same, you must set which kind of version you should check in(major version or minor ...
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