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Is it possible that it was deleted by code? If the programmer uses SPListItem.Delete() the item is gone and will not show up in recycle bin. An alternative would be to call SPListItem.Recycle().


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Are you looking at the correct site? Recycle Bin in SharePoint is site-specific, a document deleted from http://myportal/sites/projects/manhattan will not appear in the top level site’s (http://myportal/sites/projects) Recycle Bin. Were it you who deleted the document? Recycle Bin is not only site-specific, it is also specific for each user. Thus ...


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Have you checked in Second level Recycle Bin? Kindly Check at this location Site Setting --> SiteCollection Administartion Tab --> Recycle Bin. According to me, If Unique Permission is provided to the user for particular list and user does not have same rights over that site then deleted data resides into second level site collection and if user have same ...


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In the Document Library settings, you can go to Versioning and disable the Check In/Out setting. This is typically used when one needs to place an exclusive lock for editing purposes, but as these are PDFs, editing is unlikely.


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Make sure you are using field internal name not the display name. You can get the field internal name by right click on the field name (on the list setting page) and copy the value of the field= in the URL



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