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Another workaround is to take the complete site backup. Then restore it in Production as a different site. Then use Content And Structure to move the libraries to proper place.


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If i understand, you have sevral doc, and this doc can move from one site collection to an other. your users must still have access to this doc. You should take an overview of site collection template : Recored Center or Document Center. I think this is more suited to your need


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I believe you can do this by setting up rules in IIS. Not sure if it is a good idea and plays well with SharePoint. http://www.iis.net/learn/extensions/url-rewrite-module/creating-rewrite-rules-for-the-url-rewrite-module


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You can also try LepideMigrator for Documents it works very well while migrate documents with Metadata and Content types to another site collection. However, if you want to move the contents of a SharePoint Document Library or List and be able to preserve the item’s metadata/property values at the same time you should use this method: Create a blank ...


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If you can use PowerShell than there is one ready to use PowerShell commands mentioned in below mentioned article. How to Copy SharePoint Documents Between Site Collections Using PowerShell


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You can try third party tools as there are many tools available in the market. These tools are very good for content migration along with item permissions and other functionalities. Some of them are: Metalogix Avepoint Sharegate (It is giving 15 days trial also) Metavis


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The only approach I could come up with was to copy the list item, then delete the original as part of my workflow that gets kicked off by Policy. Because it then becomes a new item that hasn't had the policy run on it, it will fire again. I don't need to keep any history although I suspect it may even copy that, but I haven't checked. I also have the ...


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I have created\worked on this kind solution in the past many times. One thing that you want to avoid is to store the readership information in Sharepoint list. Regardless of the size of company you will start hitting Sharepoint Thresholds very quickly (say 10 policies updated yearly for company size of 500 means that after 3 years you will have 15k of ...


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Is the "Title" the only other column in the library? If so go to the library settings and make the column not required. This usually happens where there are other content types or columns in the library. If you were to make a workflow with this here is one you can run on one item at a time to show you it is possible to catch and update this when new ...


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You can create a library on root site which contains all the Policy documents. Than after you need to create a webpart to show policies to users like below. On the acceptance of any document, You need to insert the same document name with accepted (Current Login) user & current date time to any list. Once the user clicks on it, You must have to ...



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