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If your prod environment is on-prem, and you are not worried about it moving to the cloud, you could take advantage of that and write an event receiver that will fire on ItemCheckingIn, which would allow you to do exactly what you are trying to do - run some validation code against the file in question and reject the check-in if necessary. However, your ...


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You could try to implement a Web Service that calls your client side code. You can then create a workflow via SharePoint Designer to call that Web Service on Check-In. If it passes, let it continue through the check-in process, if it fails, then reject the check-in. Working with Web Services in SharePoint Designer


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In SharePoint 2010,each version of a document is stored separately in the database. It is By design. As per Example, if a document of 10MB saved with 1byte change in it, File size in the Database will 10MB several bytes( due to metadata changes.). Have a look on this How does SharePoint store versions of customised pages? In latest version of SharePoint(...


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In SharePoint 2010, each time you check in a new version of the file, a new copy of the file is created. If Version 1 is 10MB, Version 2 is 11 MB, and Version 3 is 12 MB, then the content database is storing 33 MB of information for this item. According to Microsoft, "Regardless of the versioning control that you choose, it is important to remember that each ...


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It is possible. Open the version history and view it. Click on following marked location Click on Version History Now click on the document and view the version



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