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If I understand your question correctly, you need to create a link that points to a specific document library to upload documents. I would do the following for non-code solution: Go to the document library Right click on the link that says *Add Document * and then select *Copy shortcut * Create a link and paste the text copied from the previous step.
I made the below change in the web.config file and multiple file upload functionality started working . The IIS setting blocks the multiple file upload functionality. <verbs> <add verb="PUT" allowed="true" /> </verbs>
The "Upload Multiple Documents" command is an ActiveX control. It does not work with Firefox, Chrome, Safari etc. Please see this article for details.
After two nights of Research and Debugging, i can tell that the jQuery promises in Version 1.10.2 are not working properly. At least i used $.when(..).then(..).then(..).done(...) with no luck in runtime but sometime in a debug-session it worked to the 2nd chain, never to the last. You may find this interesting: https://gist.github.com/domenic/3889970 I ...
You could create a cURL job to invoke SharePoint REST services after uploading the document. The SharePoint REST services would allow you to update the document metadata. I don't have a specific example directly using SharePoint, but there are lots of resources out there about invoking REST services with cURL. cURL and REST Services
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