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An Event Receiver may check if we're running in an HTTP context (HttpContext.Current != null). If so, it may check the URL referer. From that referer, the current View may be checked, and the metadata set accordingly.


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Following article shown procedure for manage the permission in views http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/433486/How-to-set-view-level-permissions-out-of-the-box-i So do the following, Create first view with Created=[Me] filter,and assign the view to one group Create another view without any filter assign to another group


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Is this about getting a default view for your users, or about security? In the latter case, you have different options: Set item-level security. However, this is not supported for doc libs (as opposite to simple lists). So, at your own risks... http://www.hersheytech.com/Blog/SharePoint/tabid/197/entryid/28/Default.aspx For every user who can upload, ...


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Create a view using filter Created=[Me] In the document/list library settings, in the advanced settings section, select the options to create/read/edit items that were created by user Hope this helps


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I too am doing a very similar business process for a government customer where PDFs are being used for digital signatures. After doing extensive research, it appears there is no fool-proof way to detect when a PDF has been signed (since the PDF gets modified upon signature in a manner which is identical to a modification via normal means (like inserting a ...


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SharePoint provides web services. Your case you can use Copy service end point. Here is an example of how to do this in Java http://www.javaworld.com/article/2078906/enterprise-java/java-tip-consuming-sharepoint-web-services-with-a-java-client.html protected void uploadDocument(CopySoap port, String sourceUrl) throws Exception { File f = new ...


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These are the limits imposed by SharePoint which we can't override. Character limit for files and folders These limits apply to files and folders that you add to a synced library folder for uploading to SharePoint. In SharePoint Server 2013, file names can have up to 128 characters. In SharePoint Online, file names can have up to 256 ...



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