Questions tagged [versioning]

Versioning enables you to store, track, and restore items in a list and files in a library as they are changed.

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How do I see the complete page content of an old version of a page?

I have a page library in a publishing site that has major and minor versions. I can click on a page's context menu and select View History and it gives me a list of all the major and minor version ...
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document properties wiped out when saving a new version of office document

I use the SaveBinary() method of the SPFile class to save the new file to an existing document library item. The problem is, if this document library item is an Office document, the SaveBinary() ...
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Retrieve using CAML the currently published version of a document

I want retrieve the currently published version of a document from a document library using CAML. Can anyone tell me how I can achieve this? I need it to get the currently published version ...
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Set version of a document

We are looking at moving a some documents into a SharePoint 2010 document library. Is there any way to set the starting version number for each document?
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How can you move a document with its version history to a new library?

Here's the scenario: 2 document libraries Both contain multiple documents The documents have multiple versions When I copy a document from library A to Library B using the Content and Structure tool ...
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SharePoint Document Library version restore not behaving as expected

I have some code which I am attempting to use to "rollback" a SharePoint document and it's metadata properties to a previous version using ootb version control and the SharePoint API. Here is a ...
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“Time machine” for Document libraries

Last week I got an interesting request from a customer: They would like to be able to see what a document library looked like at a given date. As far as I know this will require that the library 1) ...

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