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So I wasn't able to fix the code to resolve the error. However I was able to get this working using an alternate method that seems much simpler. Hopefully it will help those who are also having difficulty executing this using DocumentSet.DocumentSet.create method Lifeline.Functions.createCase = function(itemid) { var docSetName = "my document set name"; var ...


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This would best be accomplished using a Page Viewer web part. Simply set the page viewer web part's properties such that it displays the document set welcome page for the desired document set.


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To remove the link from the top level view, edit the page (Site Actions -> Edit Page) and then edit the list view webpart. In the web part properties panel, you can choose a toolbar type of "No Toolbar". To add an upload link to the inside of a document set is a bit trickier. One option is to add a content editor web part that embeds JavaScript on the page ...


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If coding is feasible for your team. You can build a event receiver to trigger the workflow whenever someone upload a document. By using only SharePoint Designer, you may build a workflow that will be triggered whenever a document is uploaded. Your library should contain a Yes/No column named "Do you want to start the workflow?". Hence, when a user uploaded ...


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Your URL shouldn't have /Lists in it, since document sets are in a library, not a list.


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You have a typo on the line below, i.e. "Filez" List<Document.WithMetaData> filez = new List<Document.WithMetaData>();


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This is waht I ended up going with Web web = ctx.Web; ListCollection lists = web.Lists; var docLib = web.Lists.GetByTitle(SharePointConnector.DocumentLibrary); ctx.Load(docLib, d => d.Title, d => d.RootFolder.Name, d => d.RootFolder....



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