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You may wish to explore the use of document sets. A document set is a special type of folder in SharePoint that supports tagging with metadata. In addition to supporting metadata, document sets also introduce some handy features for versioning and running workflows against the entire set. You can set columns to be shared between the document set and the ...


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You can use the Explorer view to manually copy/delete/paste Folders between two libraries If you looking for automated process then you can use Scheduled PowerShell Script Timer Job


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Go to Site Settings -> Site Collection Administration -> Recycle Bin. Select the item and then click on Restore selection. UPDATE If the original library is also deleted and is present in the site collection recycle bin, then restore that first. However, if it is not present in the site collection recycle bin; then I am afraid there is no way of getting it ...


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No need for custom code required - use SharePoint Designer 2013 ONLY. What you can do is, using SharePoint Designer 2013, create a Workflow that uses the data from a List to create an item in a Library. You create a document library with the same fields as the list, and the workflow creates the item in the document library and passes over the values of the ...


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Recently i have encountered the same issue, hope this solution works for you, check the permission of the user to be min contribute access at Site Level, Library Level and Item Level. If the Permission is Ready only at Site Level , Library Level, you will not get option


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Max allowed is 2GB per item, it should not time out. Instead of doing using Site content and Structure, you can do it by opening the list with the Windows Explorer and transfer the data which is easy and fast process.


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You are saying you select the file and the download a copy icon in the FILES tab ribbon is disabled? This is a Standard View? What browser and version you testing with? How about if you click on the "..." twice, does download copy show up in the dropdown?


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Yes. These type of queries are possible. You can do this by two possible ways Edit the Search Result WebPart and change the Query Criteria to query particular library By Creating a Result Source to query particular library For Creating result source - Check this blog ...


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The following method demonstrates how to resolve ClientContext by request Url: private static bool TryResolveClientContext(Uri requestUri, ref ClientContext context, ICredentials credentials) { var baseUrl = requestUri.GetLeftPart(UriPartial.Authority); for (int i = requestUri.Segments.Length; i >= 0; i--) { var path = ...


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Can't give a definite answer without seeing the environment, but I would try, in order: IISReset (could be a simple caching glitch) Clear browser cache (from the F12 menu) Temporarily set the master page back to default and see if the issue recurs. Make a copy of the library and check if it recurs there


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The issue is not being addressed. The problem is that only xlsx files being opened from sharepoint 2010 are opening in the browser regardless of the states of the Open Documents in the Client Applications by Default. The problem is that there is a lingering association to xlsx files either in the office install or in windows that is not performing as it ...


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This is definite that the problem is with your custom master page. Try the following PoC to confirm... Create a SharePoint site with default SharePoint master page. Create a document library and upload few documents. Create a new view in the document library and check. I have replicated the above steps and for me "Download a copy" is working for all ...


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I had the same problem on my environment. I found a solution for it - you need to edit the xsl template for the 'Edit' column. Here is part of the original code: <xsl:when test="$hasRight = '1'"> <a href="{$FORM_EDIT}&amp;ID={$ID}" onclick="EditItemWithCheckoutAlert(event, '{$FORM_EDIT}&amp;ID={$ID}', '{$requiresCheckout}', ...


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Yes it will be the unique ID. Whenever you add an item to the list a new ID will be assigned to it. There is nothing like reusing ID. When the Document ID service is first enabled, new documents in the site collection will automatically be assigned new IDs. A timer job is scheduled to assign IDs to documents already in the site collection. Also, when the ...


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As far as I know, if you have a web site without the Site Assets library, and open the site in SharePoint Designer, you see a folder called Site Assets there in the Site Objects navigation panel. If you click on that, the Site Assets will be created by SPD automatically, without prompting you if you really wish to create it. The same is true for Site Pages.


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Activation of SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure or Wiki Page Home Page triggers creation of Site Assets Library. Can you please confirm if this is the case?


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If someone has to validate these characters with a regex (js or C#), the following regex will work: /^([^\~|\#|\%|\&|\*|\{|\}|\\|\:|\<|\>|\?|\/|\||\"])+$/ That will be something like: "Match anything except for the following characters any number of times" (I am not very good at regexs so, please correct me if I'm wrong)


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With CSR you need the referenced Columns in the view, and OP asked for hiding those Columns. With the non-CSR approach below the only Column needed in the View is Status. And it works in any instance of the View on other pages.. without making JSlink connections It also works with multiple Views on the same page, again, something CSR has issues with. ...


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For a user to trigger an "on create" workflow, they have to have edit permissions to workflows. Are you concatenating any fields? Specifically in the title field. Duplicate title names in the list or concatenating fields that aren't generated until after an item is created could be your culprit. Can you specify the condition and action for your workflow ...


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Go to document library,where you will find all documents in that particular library,on right click on document which you want to download, then click on (...)"More action",In that you will find download a copy.Only that particular copy will be downloaded. "Download a Copy can be found on "FILE" Ribbon. I tried both ways,its working fine for me


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Go to the view you want to be able to download a copy from: Edit the view select (check) the box called: Name (linked to document with edit menu) save and go to the view next to the document name, in the list, the edit menu appears (3 dots - ...) select the three dots and then a windown will appear on the bottom of the window you will see: Edit, Share and ...


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"Does "Download a copy" appear in ECB menu in those views? Also, is this the same in all browsers? " As you said it appears in ECB menu, please confirm following: First locate the following path C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\12\TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS\1033 Find the file named “CORE.js”. This is the file which will run the ...


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In the SharePoint website, go to the library which stores the files you wish to extract. Click the Library option at the top of the page. Among the many confusing buttons is one that says "Open with Explorer." Click this to open the library in Windows [File] Explorer. From here you can select multiple files and drag&drop or copy&paste into a folder ...


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Each user should setup the favorite locations. This is a one time job and they are use it later without much hassle. Open the SharePoint library From Library Tools ribbon click Connect to Office Add to SharePoint Sites When you click Add to SharePoint Sites a message appears to say the library has been added. Now you can save files to this location from ...


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You can use CSR also for hiding columns. Here is the sample (we are using similar solution ourselves): https://code.msdn.microsoft.com/office/Client-side-rendering-code-a52cf8a7 Also you can look how others do this without CSR, and using plain jQuery: ...


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Important! Please take a backup of registry before modifying it. In addition to enabling Desktop experience i.e webclient, you have to add a registry value to your local registry (on a machine with Office Applications installed through which you are accessing SharePoint sites). Perform: Click Start, type regedit in the Start Search box, and then press ...


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Sure, you can use SharePoint for this. In fact, I did three portal-type projects in 2014. You will need to configure FBA for external access, and you'll need to be very careful with your security implementation. There are some third-party tools that will do some of this for you. Extranet Collaboration Manager is one that I've used and had some success ...


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Another option would be to add a content query webpart in the page - edit webpart - click Change Query - set keyword filter as Query from the search box - give path:Your library path Apply and save the page and try it out. You could refer this blog article for more information on configuring the content query webpart: Configure Content Query Webpart Edit: ...


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You can make use of query string filtering. Create a new view for the document library and set filter to use {FilterQueryString} and apply necessary condition Create a new wiki page and then add the library webpart - Then set the view = new view create in step1 above In home page edit the page and add a new Script Editor WebPart and use <script> ...


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If you use a separate list to maintain your text and related hyperlinks, you can use additional columns in lookup field. For example, create a custom list with a custom column url. The title field will be your main lookup field (fire hazards) but url will be additional field which links to a document in a library. Check this screen shot


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At my clients, I have the same problem. And have had some success by viewing the Doc Lib via Explorer, then right-clicking the XSN file of interest, and you do get a "design" option. Only problems are 1) cannot do a plain "save", need to do a "save as" for the XSN, and 2) when you go to "publish", the HTTP link is usually messed up, you have to go ...


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Yes 45 is the ID of the list that the document was first created, and the second number is the ID of the item in that list. The prefix can be specified per site collection and can be changed from the Document ID Settings page. More details can be read here


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Following Answer actually sorted my Problem. Thanks to @daver306 Make SharePoint search results link to document instead of DispForm.aspx with no iFilter


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The dialog used for entering metadata is called EditForm. What you can do is, pass the parameter values as a query string to that form. Then use JavaScript to read the query string values and populate the fields.


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The DON'Ts Don't create multiple library one library per client. Don't create one library and add multiple folders, one for each client. The DO's Create one library, create a column of type Choice (menu to choose from), call it "Client" and make it a required field. Create a page and add a Web Part to this one library and modify the view to group all ...


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If you using SharePoint 2013 / O365 you can leverage Search. Create a page with a Search Results Web Part or Content By Search Web part (depending on if you have Foundation/Standard or Enterprise). Edit the Search criteria to only target document libraries in your site. If you are storing libraries across sites, then I suggest using a content type and ...


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You can use out of the box SharePoint Content and Structure tool. For using this Publishing Infrastructure should be enabled. Open the source site Site actions Site settings Site administration Content and structure Select the list or document library from the left hand side- click on it. Associated items will be reflected in the right hand side pane. ...


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I have found the solution var hostweburl; var appweburl; var allItems; // Load the required SharePoint libraries. $(document).ready(function () { //Get the URI decoded URLs. hostweburl = decodeURIComponent( getQueryStringParameter("SPHostUrl")); appweburl = decodeURIComponent( getQueryStringParameter("SPAppWebUrl")); GetFolders(); }); ...


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How to add a document library to the public website in Office 365 Log into outlook.office365.com as Admin of the public site. We use the Office 365 Business subscription, which has a hosted SharePoint 2013 Online server instance as a part of the subscription. Click the Admin link in the right most corner. This action navigates to the following page: ...


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An example of how to Get Files from a Folder using Ecmascript\Javascript client object model in SharePoint 2010 <script type=”text/ecmascript”> function ViewAllFiles() { var context = new SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var web = context.get_web(); var list = web.get_lists().getByTitle(‘Shared Documents’); var query = ...


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Please confirm if you have checked following checkbox while establishing data connection: "Include data for the active form only"


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Imho there is no non-programmatically method to do it. If You have access to server, You can use powershell like Jasper already answered, example of function is here. But without access on host server you will need to use web-services, and most likely you meet permissions problem again there.


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In the view filter properties, you can select property Folder Child Count and use that as Folder Child Count > 0


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Since you are using SharePoint 2013 I would recommend you to consider the following approach. In SharePoint 2013 was introduced a so called Client Rendering Mode (CSR) which is intended for rendering of List Views and Forms using HTML and JavaScript and which is a default rendering mode. About View selector menu As part of CSR ClientPivotControl control ...


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var item = SPContext.Current.ListItem; will get you the ListItem, then var folder = item.folder; will get you the folder matching the item, and var docset = DocumentSet.GetDocumentSet(folder); will get you the document set for that folder. Though most things you might want to do (like getting/setting fields) really only need the listitem or maybe the ...


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Below are provided some corrections, fixes and considerations for your code: 1)The condition if (file != null) is incorrect since it could not be used to determine whether file exists or not. The following example demonstrates how to verify whether file has been loaded: SP.File file = Context.Web.GetFileById(documentGuid); Context.Load(file); ...


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As the Created column cannot be used for site content types Document and Item in the Retention Policy, so you need to create another date column in the Document or Item content type and use a workflow or event receiver to update the new date column with Created column value when uploading a new document or creating a list item. After that you can use the ...


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Use this: Get-SPWeb http://intranet.site.net | Select -ExpandProperty Lists | Where { $_.BaseTemplate -eq "DocumentLibrary" -and $_.Hidden -eq $false -and $_.ContentTypesEnabled -eq $true}| Select Title, RootFolder Also note that there is no property called Urlin SPList. Use RootFolder of SPList along with SPWeb.Url to get the Url of the list.


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Out of the box I don't think its possible. You can custom code a webpart which can read the library name from the querystring and display the result in a grid. But that will take good amount of coding effort. The easiest approach is to edit the page, and add the library webparts. And then use JavaScript to read the querystring and display approrpiate list ...


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The code below works but I am getting so many noises like pages, image, documents, site assets and many other libraries with it. I need to add more code to exclude built in libraries. I end up re-doing the code and the following code is good enough for my requirements. #For Output file generation $OutputFN = "Libraries.csv" #delete the file, If already ...



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