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You could try the Export-SPWeb and Import-SPWeb commands to export and import a library/list. They would basically export the data onto file system, and then import it back into SharePoint to the URL you designate. (And of course) Version history can be retained if you require. The syntax would be similar to below: Export-SPWeb -Identity <SiteURL> ...


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Using PowerShell you can export the list and import it in new location. This will retain your history and versions. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff607895.aspx


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Ok, i found the solution myself so i will answer here. The problem was that the folder was created as the "custom_document_set" content type that we are using in our environment instead of "folder" document set which should get applied when creating a folder. It happens during the site creation script that we have which causes the folder to retrieve the ...


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You can take the following approach: Create a list (let's call it the Master list) with a single Title column (or more if required). Create an event receiver which would handle ListAdded event. Develop your event receiver so that every time a list (or a library) is added to the web site a corresponding item is added to the Master list - for example the ...


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You cannot create a lookup for a "List name" in SharePoint. Possible alternatives would be creating a choice column which has a list of values, or customizing the new item page (using JS link) to fetch a set of lists inside current web and display them in a drop-down.


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And then do what? Are you going to call that list items afterwards? Please elaborate your requirement. If you just want the list/library names in a look up field you can create a separate SharePoint list with all List Library names in a column and then call it as a lookup value.


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Check below things first Check that your colleague has checked-in the documents. After that you will get all the documents accessible. Check the permission of yourself in document library (although you said you are an administrator).


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Using below mentioned functions you can upload document to Document library. Here you need to change the below mentioned code according to your needs like here it is mentioned document library name as "Project Documents" so please change it with your library name. You have to make three calls. The first uploads the file, the second retrieves the list item ...


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Yes it is possible to create *.docx file in document library using REST services. For more detail you can refer this MSDN article Files and folders REST API reference Let me know whether this helped you. Thanks


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You must use JSLink instead of inline scripts. JSLink is providing us a method to customize column rendering, and you could easily add the expected behavior: Sample: // Create a namespace for our functions so we don't collide with anything else var customFunctions = customFunctions || {}; // Create a function for customizing the Field Rendering of our ...


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You can write up a simple workflow on Item Creation and Item Updation to set the Name field to be equal to Title. Example in SP Designer Workflow: Set Current Item:Name to Current Item:Title


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I am not able to add a comment hence writing in the answer section. There are 2 scenario which you should verify. Scenario-1: Go to "File-> Publish" and verify your target library. Scenario-2: Verify your data connection once because there might be wrong target specified there. Let me know if above scenario defines your problem. Thanks


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You can add a new document type into the document library easily through the following steps: Create a New Site content type by going to Site Actions -> Site Settings -> Site Content Types under Galleries. Use the Parent Content Type Document from Document Content Types Group. Name the content Type something like "OneNote Document". Go to the Advanced ...


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I know this is old but I googled and got here, so this might help someone who is looking for a similar answer. How I recommend of creating this structure, is have every department as a different subsite, instead of a different site collection as someone suggested because this would mean to create additional groups in each site collection to be able to share ...



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