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accepted Is it possible to add files to a document library or modify metadata from the command prompt?
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comment Is it possible to add files to a document library or modify metadata from the command prompt?
Thank you Bas Lijten and Jesus Shelby. It seems that what I want is not possible for non-administrative users. The users that generate the pdf-reports do not have rights to access the stsadm command or to the Microsoft.SharePoint.dll on the server. They can add/remove files from the command line by mapping the document library or add/remove files and change metadata through the Web interface.
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Thanks. The PowerShell interface appeals to me. However, I'm not sure I can use it as a normal user with WSS 3.0? I have downloaded and installed PowerShell v2.0 from support.microsoft.com/kb/968929. This site get-spscripts.com/2011/03/… indicates that I should be able to use the SharePoint cmdlets with WSS 3.0 after issuing the command [System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName("Microsoft.SharePoint"). However, this does not seem to activate the SP cmdlets?
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comment Is it possible to add files to a document library or modify metadata from the command prompt?
Do you have a link to an example of how to do this? Googling for command line and WSS gives me lots of information about administrating a SharePoint site using command line tools. But I can't seem to find information about adding or modifying contents as a normal user.
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comment Is it possible to add files to a document library or modify metadata from the command prompt?
I think my question is a dublicate of this one: <sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/17074/…;. Sorry.
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asked Is it possible to add files to a document library or modify metadata from the command prompt?
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answered Upload document to SharePoint document library using batch in C#