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This has worked for me in the past: private SPListItem CreateLinkToDocumentPage(SPWeb web, SPList docLibrary, string pageName, string url) { SPContentType contentType = web.AvailableContentTypes[SPBuiltInContentTypeId.LinkToDocument]; //get full path of the document to add string filePath = docLibrary.RootFolder.ServerRelativeUrl; SPFolder ...


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Your example contains the following errors/typos: To get fs object type use the following syntax: var fsObjType = selectedItem.get_fileSystemObjectType(); Another point is, ListItem object have to be requested first before getting it's value, this is why in your example it will not work. In fact, you don't have to request ListItem object in order ...


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I have found an Outlook add-on where it is possible to send email files to a SharePoint library. The email metadata is also sended to SharePoint columns.


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If clicking a new document gives you a blank document, you must have assigned a blank document as a library document template. You can go to library settings -> advanced settings and customize the template there. You can also use document panel to quickly edit document properties. However if you want to have document specific data ready for editing, i ...


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I agree with @wjervis, doc sets are probably the way to go. You can edit your library, add the Document Set content type, and then add additional properties and such to the doc set. A doc set is a folder juiced up with more functionality/properties. Here's a good start into them: ...


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Lists can have a document attachment AND the benefit of many associated preset and/or unique metadata fields. Libraries have a document but only a limited number of only preset metadata fields.


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Copy the URL of the destination folder from the address bar. Navigate to where you see your document in the library. Either from the pulldown or by selecting the document and choosing Send To from the ribbon. Select Other Location and paste your destination. Sorry it is only one document at a time.


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I don't understand why there is so much confusion about how to implement a custom workflow action (I'm confused as well). I found numerous guides on how to do this and they all required deployment to the GAC and registering smart controls in the Web.Config. I couldn't get this to work. Then I found a blog with steps on how to implement a custom action in ...


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When you add a list or library to a page, you can choose default view for that list or library on that page. Go to "Edit Web Part" section on the page you add the library.


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If I'm understanding correctly, to hide the text try the following: Edit Page Edit Web Part Under "Appearance" make sure the "Chrome Type" is set to "None" Hope this answers your question. I apologize if not! Update: Then again... from the screenshots it kind of seems like the text you are referring is not part of the web part? Is it not the description ...


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im confused at what your trying to get at but ill give it a shot! you have two options, either use css to get the unique parent id and than get the sibling to hide the control displaying the title or hide in webpart settings by: edit page -> edit webpart properties (edit webpart) -> under 'appearance' look for 'Chrome Type' and select to 'None' or ...



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