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To be honest, i'm struggling over the exact same issue, well i need to move a current item to another library but into a Doc Set. From what i've found so far it can be done but you need to use the 'Update Item' action and update the 'Path and Name' to be "document set name/current item name". I'll get back to you if I get anything else working. Luke
Create a New List with a LookUp Column ParentID linked to Document Library's ID column and another column Image/HyperLink Column. In this Way you can have multiple imaged attached to a single document. Another way is to create a custom field type which could hold different images. For details on how to create custom field check this link.
Okay so... turns out this is just something that SharePoint 2013 can't handle. I had to resort to filling out a list with my users and attaching a lookup field to the list. It's not as UI friendly, but at least it works... for now.
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 ...
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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