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You can consider the approach of Creating Content Type and then associating content type to document library. In this approach, however, you will have to create document libraries for each clients and then associate content type to document library. But the benefit here will be that once when you have created content type, change management will be easy ...


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You can actually do this in two requests. You can upload the file to SharePoint and get the returned URL. Then use the returned URL to update the Title. The example below uses JavaScript, but you can see the required headers you need to set in order to update the title. You can also see the other steps you need to take if you do not want more than one ...


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@ECM4D This url works: http://industrial-ex/sites/tifdemo/_api/lists/getbytitle('enovia')/items I can see my document file but how do i then select the metadata? This is the Java Code: String url = "http://industrial-ex/sites/tifdemo/_api/lists/getbytitle('enovia')/items"; GetMethod get = new GetMethod(url); ...


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This is how i make a POST to document library right now.. The next step is to make a GET to that file in document library but i can't figure it out. Sorry if this is bothersome but i'm new to this. How should the url look like for the GET? documentLibrary = sharepoint server url to document library http://industrial-ex/sites/tifdemo/enovia/ enoviaDocument ...


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You have not specified what web services you are using. You should keep in mind that SOAP web services are deprecated for SharePoint 2013. REST web services are most common for SharePoint 2013 and I hope you are using them. Answering your question, there in no way to upload document and set metadata in one request. You have to do this in 3 steps: Upload ...



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