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Fatima, The term you are looking for is "Content Organizer Rule", in your Records Center site... In Site Settings -> Site Actions -> Manage Site Features -> Make sure Content Organizer feature is Active! After that, Site Settings -> Site Administration -> Content Organizer Rules -> Here you can define a rule to route the document accordingly! If no rules ...


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At last after so much of research, I have found a solution. Create an intermediate Document library and upload document. Route the document to the record center. Check out the sample code. string strFilename="Name of the File uploaded"; Hashtable metadata=new Hashtable("Other Meta data columns"); bool IsOverwrite="True or False to overwrite the existing ...


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Marco, this is unfortunately functionality you need to "live" with. We created our own unique document ID service application that ensures document ID's are maintained through the lifecycle even when moved to the records centre. We also created a configuraiton page to allow unique numbering to be set at a content type level therefore you are not restricted ...


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Hope following blog will helps, http://blog.scosby.com/post/2011/03/16/SharePoint-2010-Content-Organizer-Client-Object-Model.aspx


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here you can check feature comparison. http://www.fpweb.net/sharepoint-2013/compare-sharepoint-server-standard-enterprise/ Rm is the standard features but if you want to use E-discover, ACM, Compliance then you need the enterprise Cal for each user. check these slides will help you ...


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You need to decide if you want to use in place records management or not. If not, create a record centre and route documents to the record centre. If you want to use in place RM, then you can do that with any template, not just a document centre. Enable the "In Place Records Management" feature at the site collection level. Then you can declare records in ...


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You need to use a workflow to do that, event receivers will not be executed with word automation services. Here you have a full tutorial in how to do it. http://blogs.office.com/b/microsoft-word/archive/2010/04/19/word-automation-services-solution-sample-workflow.aspx


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I've got the same requirement, instead of writing a web service, I'm looking at using the built in [MS-OFFICIALFILE]: Official File Web Service. The SubmitFile method on this should ensure the document is routing when the document is submitted (it's how SharePoint routes documents between sites itself).


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The Drop Off library serves as the location where Documents to which rules cannot be matched are moved into, which also generates email messages to Content Stewart, according to your settings (digest or immediate). You would probably need to check your rules, if by any chance you do not have a rule that plays like a "catch-all", also it is recomanded that ...


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The quickest way to archive would be to export the document library using the Export-SPWeb PowerShell command. Use Import-SPWeb for restoration (archives are file packages that can use optional compression. See the -Path and other options in the Export-SPWeb command). Other PowerShell posts to manage the document library (cleanups, uploads, etc) - Using ...



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