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You are describing exactly how SharePoint document publishing/versioning works. Assuming your operators only have read permissions to the library where the document resides and you are using the default versioning settings, these users will see only the major versions that are published and approved. If that same document is revised (a minor version ...


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I hope this is enough to get you started: Create content types for each type of document/record Create site columns for each of your pieces of metadata Create content types for each document type Add the appropriate site columns to each content type Set up your document library Create your document library In your document library's settings, under ...


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Check this link: http://www.stuartroberts.net/index.php/2014/03/21/set-title-field-document-upload/ It just has solved the same problem for me. Basically it says that you have to use vti_title as name of the field, or use Item.Title property. About why it changed, I have no idea, maybe it was a SharePoint update or something.


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So from my point of view you have a few things you need to do here. If you don't want to use your site's task list, create a new task list, otherwise you can use the one currently on your site. Create a new SharePoint 2013 WF and attach to your document library. Configure it to run when an item is added My suggestion is to add the step "Wait for Field ...


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Ultimately it comes down to the amounts of data that your architecture can handle. If you go with 1 site collection and put all the data (400GB) there, then it will all go to one content database (because site collection can have only one database). Microsoft recommends not exceeding 200 GB for an actively used content database. So this is a clear case where ...


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You should not have SPACE in Internal Name. Please see below the corrected content. // Content type meta FieldInformation contentTypeInfo = new FieldInformation(); contentTypeInfo.setDisplayName("Content Type"); contentTypeInfo.setInternalName("ContentType"); contentTypeInfo.setType(FieldType.CHOICE); contentTypeInfo.setValue("Document");


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It's not going to open it in Outlook. They have to download the file first and then follow the steps in the provided link based on what version of Outlook they are using. Sorry to bust your bubble. How to Open the OFT File Type



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