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No, that is a library level setting. SPFile.RequiresCheckout is a read only property that tells you is 'check out required' setting set for the document library.


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The problem may be that you use an elevated section, meaning the code runs under the identity of System. However, the page is being edited by (and checked-out to) the current user, the one who clicked the button. Thus, the error probably means the code cannot edit a file checked-out by someone else (and you never reach you page.CheckOut()call by the way). ...


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I think you need to specify what type of CheckIn you're doing. Such as Item.File.CheckIn("Checked in programatically!", SPCheckinType.MajorCheckIn);


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To check in all files checked out to you, or not yet checked in (happens when uploading folders from Windows Explorer): Document / Library (top ribbon) Create View / Standard View Name: CheckedOutToMe Audience: Create a Public View Filter: Checked Out To / is equal to / [Me] Tabular View: Allow indivdual item checkboxes Folders: Folders or Flat = ...



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