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comment Opening Document's using Document ID (DocIdRedir.aspx) results in Read-Only mode
Which solution are you talking about ?
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comment Item-level permissions on document library
The only issue I can think of is what Nadeem is saying... Users will not see the folders, since they are not created by them. So they can not upload items in the folder... I'm not sure tho, since I have no idea whether that Read/WriteSecurity is affecting the folders or not. Is this the issue your facing?
Nov
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comment Item-level permissions on document library
Hi DeeMac, I do not realy get the problem you try to explain. Having subfolders should not change the functionality of Write & ReadSecurity, no? Could you maybe explain abit more what kind of problem you are facing. Why would you want to go for item level permissions?
Sep
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accepted MySite Title always changes to Site Collection admin display name
Sep
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answered MySite Title always changes to Site Collection admin display name
Sep
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comment MySite Title always changes to Site Collection admin display name
Sorry, changing the title when the users visist the site is far for a solution. If your mysite is never visited, the title will be wrong. Meaning if, somewhere in ur farm, you have a webpart displaying all the mysites with the title of the site, this titles will be all wrong.
Sep
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comment Trying to convert a SP2010 document version to a PDF generates SPException: List does not exist
A workaround could be to create a kind of "collection" library to collect all the documents which need to be converted. Coz you basicly want a "snapshot" for when the approval is started. Users will constantly continue to work on the document, so u might need to take a copy and store it in the temp library...
Sep
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comment Trying to convert a SP2010 document version to a PDF generates SPException: List does not exist
This is coming from inside AddFile method using reflector: pastie.org/4701804 So it queries sharepoint.
Sep
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comment Trying to convert a SP2010 document version to a PDF generates SPException: List does not exist
I think it is rather weird btw, exporting old versions to pdf. Maybe a functionally rework might make it even easier. I have no idea about what you are trying to do but that's just a feeling i have. Can you maybe work around this using the Binary File Data? And don't use the Word Automation Service to convert ? Since this will only work using the latest version and only if your file is in a SPDocumentLibrary
Sep
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comment Trying to convert a SP2010 document version to a PDF generates SPException: List does not exist
Have u taken a look with reflector at the code inside AddFile? Probably it will look for a SPList based on the url. Since your published version url is no valid Library it wil throw a valid exception. Have you tried using a library for your temporary file (the version you want to convert?)
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revised MySite Title always changes to Site Collection admin display name
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comment Programmaticly updating SPFileVersion.Properties Hashtable
Hi, sorry for the very very late response. This was a low priority issue. Does this hack give me the possibility to copy seperate versions. I do not simply want to modify the checkin comments. The problem is that while doing a move from RMS library to NON RMS library (which is not supported normally) I lose all my version history. All metadata is merged into 1 version (like a copy). But we do not want this.
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accepted SharePoint 2010 - Best practices: how to handle assemblies [Discussion]