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I think using the Content Organizer might solve your problem. You need to activate the Content Organizer in the Site Settings and then configure settings for it. It will enable a Drop Off library for the users and then route the document to another library or even another site collection based upon the rules you define. That way your users who are uploading ...


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You can try to use a Document Library that has Document Approval enabled. With that configuration, users can only see other documents once they've been Approved or have the Approve document permissions. You just need to make sure only the correct people have the Approve permissions and that documents don't get approved by accident and become available for ...


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The Site Columns will be converted to Managed Properties automatically by SharePoint 2013. Depending on the data type the names of the columns will follow a standard naming convention detailed here: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj613136(v=office.15).aspx You can assign properties to RefinableXXXXXXX fields (again based on data type) and make ...


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I have worked as a consultant for few data archiving companies. I have implemented SharePoint solutions for archiving but it was always only one part of the SharePoint solution and it used an external data store not the SharePoint DB. SharePoint uses SQL to store its files. Generally this is expensive disk space. There are RBS solutions that allow you to ...


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When it comes to archiving there are multiple manners to achieve your result: If you have cheap storage within your Storage device (SATA Drives normally used for File Shares etc), you can attach LUNS to your SQL Server and store the archiving database on this so called cheap storage. When a document or doc lib is being archived by RMS or you are archiving ...


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The best option for you is to create a Page Layout. Inside Page Layouts you can place Web Part zones, which you can fill in as you create new pages. This will ensure the new pages have the similar look and feel and have its own library views.


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This should operate in the same manner as on-prem, with the cavet we don't have control over the timer jobs that handle this. Looking at my 2010 farm, the 2 timer jobs which I assume are in the 2013 version, are called Information management policy and expiration policy. The default for these is to run weekly. One process markes the files expired then the ...


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The following applies to SharePoint 2013: The points yandr mentioned are all true. However, I still got the error described in the question. My way was the use of the explorer view for both libraries in the different site collections. The important thing is, that this only works if you map the Site Collections to Network Drives. You can easily achieve this ...


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The issue is not being addressed. The problem is that only xlsx files being opened from sharepoint 2010 are opening in the browser regardless of the states of the Open Documents in the Client Applications by Default. The problem is that there is a lingering association to xlsx files either in the office install or in windows that is not performing as it ...


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If I understood what you are doing correctly, I don't think that setup will work. The application page isn't actually being loaded to the browser and thus, the link and javascript will not be available to the user. Ideally you should move the web method to a proper web service structure instead of having it hang off of the application page. If you can't do ...


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Try creating a function and call that the "ScriptManager.RegisterStartupScript". For example: string script = @"<script language='Javascript'>function callAlert(){alert('...');}callAlert();</script>";


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You may have accidently enabled "Enforce Uniqueness" for the column. Reference: Enforcing Uniqueness in Column Values



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