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You could probably tweak the library view to achieve this scenario. 1) Go to the library and click on create view in the ribbon. Click on 'All Documents View' under 'Start from Existing View' 2) Under 'Filter' Section set the following query using the drop downs Content Type = "Folder" AND Name = "Folder 1" OR Content Type != "Folder" 3) Create a ...


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Well, of course I figured this out not long after posting the question. I saw something in the ULS logs about not finding or not Assessing the OfficialFile.asmx so I looked at permissions groups. I noticed a group named "Records Center Web Service Submitters" and I added my user to that group. Re-executed the code posted above and it returned success and ...


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My suggestion (explained at the bottom) is to just not use folders, then showing only specific groups of items in one view becomes quite easy. Alternatively you could use folder specific default metadata values, then filter your list view on those... otherwise you will probably need to install SPD or create a list view from scratch using HTML and JavaScript ...


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I had a similar problem that would occur when the document set folder's name was changed after it was created. To be more specific, each document set that we have is a number representing a project number. When a new project came through a new document set would be created. If for whatever reason down the line the project number (and therefore the document ...


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Check out the link to document content type. It allows you to add links to your document set. This is a simple way of 'including' a document from elsewhere in the document set. Cheap and cheerful.


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A document set in SharePoint is a physical location - a box of stuff, if you will. What you're asking for is a box of stuff that's all in different boxes - a logical impossibility. So, you'll either have to move the documents into the same box, or you'll have to figure out how to recreate whatever feature(s) of document sets you require, without using ...


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You are correct in that SP OOB Document Sets are just glorified folders, so no, there is no real way to technically have one Document Set that spans multiple libraries or site collections. One idea off the top of my head though is that you could potentially make a custom Document Set that included a way to link to other Document Sets in different locations. ...



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