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There are many Ways to handle this. If you are good in Powershell, as per you requirements, create a script which will get the source location and destination Library location as well as source file name and destination file.couple of examples here : Link 1 link2 codeplex have a tools...SharePoint Multiple File Upload Script or SPFileZilla = FileZilla for ...


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Sharegate Migration tool allows migration of data from File System to be bulk moved to SharePoint. The tool also has metadata editing capabilities which can be used to set to change file properties. http://en.share-gate.com/


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There are a slew of options. Powershell - gives you the most flexibility with what you want to do 3rd party tools like Content Matrix from Metalogix, MetaVis from Metalogix amongst others Server side code - create console apps to import the data for you, much like Powershell, gives you control over what you want to do.


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The web part gallery is a special document library that is located at the root of each site collection. I dont think you can create another custom Web Part Gallery, because this library having direct links with web.config files safe control section. Web Parts are server-side controls that run inside the context of site pages in Microsoft SharePoint ...


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I created this simple PowerShell script to calculate for a single Document Library what the size in MB is for all the files inside: $total = $null; ((get-spweb http://WebApplication/SiteCollection/subsite/).lists | Where-Object {$_.title -eq "Library Title"}).items | foreach {$total+= $_.file.length}; $total /1MB Before you can use the script you need to ...


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Steps by Steps method How to Move Files Between SharePoint Document Libraries In a document library, hover the mouse pointer over the document you want to move. A check box appears on the left and a list arrow on the right. click the Send To button. Select Other Location. The Copy dialog box appears. Type the destination or paste the URL, and then make ...


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For now this is what I get from another forum: For working with SPO we need SharePoint Server 2013 Client Components SDK. After that we can start to work with SPO, exsample to get context, and get all properties of site: siteUrl = "https://yourtenantname-admin.sharepoint.com"; userName = "you@company.com"; password = "password"; using (ClientContext ...


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I feel stupid answering my own question seven hours after posting, but in my efforts on another Subsite to Allow management of content types (Under Advanced Settings of a List) so I could hide the default column I accidently altered this content type on the top level site. I changed the Status of the Document content type to Hidden and saved. When I noticed ...



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