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What does "moved the 5,000 list view limit" mean? The Software boundaries and limits for SharePoint 2013 shows that the limit for items in a list/library is 30M. (As far back as SP2007 it was 5M). So there is no concern for 36K items. However, retrieving more that 5K items in a single operation (a view) will cause performance degradation. That is why the ...


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Document Center - This is meant for more of a document storage location, think about storing documents here similar to how you would a network share. This is a centralized location for information. It will always depend on your business needs as to how you would use this. The document centers in 2010 come with Document ID's enabled and a user interface ...


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Documents Center - Basically is like your File Server , except that you can search and index it and also have folders (Do not recommend). Mostly for all the Office Docs, PDF's Pics, Scans etc. Just a big bank with Lots of docs in it. Record Center on the other hand takes Doc Center to the next level. Lets say you have Laws against management of records such ...


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In the first instance this can be achieved using a normal SharePoint custom list. If you want a site template for asset management, Microsoft created one for SharePoint 2007, and this has been ported to SP2010 by a volunteer (look for Physical Asset Tracking). I have seen demos that go a step further and use Visio Services and BCS to produce a nice ...


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I guess one of the biggest differences is that SharePoint includes so called in-place Records Management, meaning that you can declare something a record without having to move it away from the location (e.g., workspace) where it originally was. You can also have hybrid scenario and use both archiving type of RM and in place RM. More here. I suggest ...


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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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The following link might help you decide between a Document Center and a Record Center site template. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh395916.aspx But to answer your question, I would make my decision like so: Document Workspace Use when there is a team that wants to collaborate on a few documents (< 5,000 or so) Document Center Use to ...


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You can create a content organizer rule that will route the document to a directory with a folder name corresponding to one of your fields, creating the folder if necessary. So potentially you could solve your requirement with a single content organizer rule. I'm guessing your file plan is more complicated, but I am sure you can work out a fairly manageable ...


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I just found that in while creating the datasheet view, we need to select 'Show all items without folders' instead of 'show items inside folder'. 'Show items inside folder' works only if it is a Standard View. Thanks all for your time.


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A retention policy may do the trick: Library Settings => Information Management Policy settings => Choose Content Type => Enable Retention => Add a Retention stage => Set up your rules http://www.future-processing.pl/blog/retention-policy-in-sharepoint-2013/


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Using the policy features you have the ability to start a workflow. With a workfow you can rename the file using the metadata of the document. Moving the document to a filesystem could be done by creating a custom workflow action and then use this action in the workflow. The workflow can be created with SharePoint designer. The custom action will need ...


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looking on msdn the flow is as follows: Sends the file to a records repository. This method submits a file for archiving in a Records Center. If a Records Center Web service is configured for the current Web application, users can right-click a document in a library and choose Send to Records center from the edit control block menu. You can ...


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SharePoint per se, it is not actually buit to follow the exact regulations for a particular standard but it does confer capabilities to support many standards, through the actual solution built on top of it, for which there are many, such as http://sharepointrecordsmanagement.com/tag/sharepoint-2010-dod-5015-2-certification/. If you read at AIIM, you'll ...


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One of the first thing that you'll need to setup is Remote Blob Storage (a third party provider might be recommended due to the volume) to put most of that 10TB of documents / assets outside of the SharePoint content database otherwise you'll need to make sure you have the relevant infrastructure and SQL Server rigs to support this "big data" volume. Kodak ...


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This is a question that would require more to be completely answered, but here is my take: Capacity planning, sizing and proper design before anything else, particularly considering envisioned volume. You might be considering features such as Content Organiser to help you distribute according to metadata configured. What would you like to do with the data? ...


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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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Try to restore the v4.master to an earlier version. http://yantriki.blogspot.com/2010/08/sp2010-v4master-page-changes-results.html


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When you say "the entire document library be archived," do you mean the contents of the library be moved to another place pr the library is "moved" (deleted and recreated in another place)? Either way the result would be the same: a dead link... My only suggestion is a little obvious. In the code you write that moves the library or its contents (I'd likely ...


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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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The answer is to use an event receiver. The following code is what I wrote based on the suggestions of someone in the MSDN Forums. This has worked really well for me, and I think it will solve your problem as well. /// <summary> /// An item was added. /// </summary> public override void ItemAdded(SPItemEventProperties ...


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I had the same problem and tracked it down to the following 2 reasons: The item being submitted does not have a content type for which there exists a rule (even though it might get that content type on being added to the destination site, the rule will not trigger (this might also occur when the source site is a different language, that have the same ...


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Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell [Microsoft.Office.RecordsManagement.InformationPolicy.PolicyResourceCollection]::Delete("PolicyResourceID");


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In my scenario I needed to monitor a site's last accessed date, but with minimum overhead (so not on every page load in masterpage..) and then after a site was not accessed for 6 months - delete it. I've done that via custom list which had only one item and a retention schedule enabled. List would be created when the site is provisioned. And the retention ...


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You could implement a TimerJob, which copies the major versions of the documents to another document library every night or another interval. Otherwise implement an SPItemEventReceiver, that also makes a copy when a major version of document is checked in. This could be done during the ItemCheckedIn event.


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Long story short (maybe too short): Document Center is for 'living' documents (imagine 'write' permission, often updated) Records Center is for 'coma' documents (imagine 'read only' permission, not updated) BTW there's a nice comparison called "Document Center vs. Records Center", including quite thorough performance comparison, highly recommended.


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You probably checked the site content type when you checked the content type. Site content types are templates that get stamped on the list when you apply them. So, the thing to check is the list content type and remove it from there.


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Do the fields appear under the Columns list in List Settings? If so, delete them manually from there.


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The SharePoint object model provides a supported way of updating a record without unlocking it. There's a guide here that describes some of the relevant information. I was able to get a working example (excuse some of the 'basic' naming) in an ItemUpdated event receiver. SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges(delegate() { using (SPSite site = new ...


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Multiple document uploads should be possible to the Records Centre drop-off library. Check that you have the Office client installed, you are running a 32-bit version of IE, you accepted the client ActiveX install. Client integration should also be enabled in Central Administration. The client bit might also require Silverlight. Try creating a 'normal' ...


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As @David says above, you can create a rule for one contenttype, then add other contenttypes as aliases to this rule. This way you end up with much fewer than 200x500 rules. Each rule has a ContentTypeString, which is the main content type and a property Aliases (or RoutingAliases) in the format of "ContentType1/ContenType2/ContentType3". The string for ...



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