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stsadm -o export -includeusersecurity seems to work actually. Export site: stsadm -o export -url http://sp2010/sites/sc/subsite/ -filename subsite.cmp -includeusersecurity Export list: stsadm -o export -url http://sp2010/sites/sc/subsite/Lists/mylist/AllItems.aspx -filename mylist.cmp -includeusersecurity


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SharePoint rich text fields support copy & paste by using an iframe dynamically inserted into the body tag. Manipulating this iframe or any of its content may cause error 800a025e thrown by SP.UI.RTE.debug.js. Searching through SP.UI.RTE.debug.js for "pasteDiv" should help you debugging this issue, as the inserted iframe contains a DIV with id ...


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The content migration framework should be able to migrate document library while keeping the created/modified info. Since you are looking for a tool, have you already tried to use the Content Deployment Wizard by Chris O'Brien? It should work without particolar problem for simple migration, but be aware that the migration framework has some limitations (for ...


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I think using PowerShell script with windows sheduler is very usefull way. UPD. Question was interesting to me and i solved it. $web = Get-SPWeb http://sharepoint $spFile = $web.GetFile("/Documents/folder/document.docx") $target = "\\networkshare\document.docx" [System.IO.File]::WriteAllBytes($target,$spFile.OpenBinary())


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Theres some security issues here to consider as well. Say we had the option to insert (and hence upload) images using copy/paste, where would these pictures reside? The fine grained security model of SharePoint give administrators the possibility to delegate security related tasks, such as being responsible for uploading corporate approved images. In other ...


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There hasn't been an API to access the clipboard via JavaScript code until a recent W3C draft has been created. Unfortunately this W3C draft hasn't been implemented yet into any modern Web browser, AFAIK. IIRC it is only in beta testing builds of Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. Only Internet Explorer offers an API accessible via ...


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This generally boils down to differences between Word's way of representing a document and HTML/CSS's approximations of such. One of the big areas they differ is indentation - SharePoint does its best to migrate the formatting but it doesn't always work. There are a couple things you can do about this: Use another tool to convert the document into ...


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The article referenced by Diego above includes at the bottom a PowerShell script you can download. Change the variables at the top of the script from the dummy URLs and library names included in the script to your actual web URLs and libraries and hit go. The script copies the binary contents of the files as well as the metadata from one site to another. ...


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You can't do this using out of the box workflow actions. I don't know any 3rd party workflow actions set which works with SharePoint 2013 workflows and allows to copy documents. There are only custom actions for SharePoint 2010 workflows. For now you have three options: To break your head with Call HTTP web service workflow action. You can try to call ...


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Switching between SharePoint Online (Plan 1) with Yammer and Office 365 Enterprise E3 made no difference. Copied formatted text from Word 2013 was pasted in a new Enterprise Wiki page. Every formatting pasts correct with formatting information. Header 1 in Word is Header 1 in the Enterprise Wiki page, bold is bold, italic is italic and so on. Everything ...


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so you are trying to remove the tags from input field you just pasted into, correct? if so, you can use the trigger onblur or onfocus event of the input field and use jQuery to return only the text between the tags. Like so, jQuery("#input").text(); $(document).ready(function(){ $("#yourinput").blur(function() { this.value = $(this).text(); ...


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You will not be able to copy a file directly from disk into SP2007. Starting from SP2010 and up there are WebDav extensions that allow you to open a document library as a file folder but IIRC they do not exist in MOSS. To copy a file, you will need to use web services (copy.asmx). See for example: ...


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I can recommend Gary Lapointe's custom STSADM commands (for 2007) or the powershell cmdlets (for 2010). I've used the gl-exportlist to export a huge SP 2007 list with a lot of people field information and it worked great. It looks like this is also a wrapper around the content deployment API. ...


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As far as I experienced, not full. My most successful way: Using oob feature "open in explorer". That creates a network drive. Then I moved items, copying failed. What happened: All fields created by/ modified by etc where overwritten with my account. But: I succeeded to keep last versions and document stayed checked-in. That means: the really last ...



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