I added a ton of files to a library, and they all show as checked out to me.
Is there a way to check them all in at once?
I want to index only the files with a specific extension "*.las". I know that there are less than 20K of these files and there are a total of over 1 million files in the containing fileshare. I've used an include rule for the extention "*.las" and an exclude rule for everything located on the host. The assumption was the include would trigger first to catch the desired files and the exclude would keep everything else out. That version didn't index anything. When I indexed using just the include rule, I still got all 1 million files even though the rule ended with "*.las
I have created several custom user controls that I added to the Redering templates of some forms in a custom solution for WSS 3. Most of these templates have codebehind and they all are correctly... and they do not work. I have found the code that I can place in the machine.config file that turns off the check, but I would like to figure out what is going on with this. I have ensured that debug... not FIPS compliant or some way for me to determine what library is calling the offending code. Any ideas, thoughts, insights are welcome! Update: I wanted to point out that my controls are not used
files being deployed. On the server farm that doesn't work, the logs show that the system checks to see if it is deployed and that is it. Ran preupgradecheck to check on server farm health...We have a server farm that is having issues deploying WSPs. The odd thing is that the server goes through all the motions of deploying the WSPs with no errors. That is, the job is scheduled appropriately. I can see the status change on the Solution Management page from deploying to deployed. There are no errors in the trace logs or event viewers. However, the 12 hive only contains files
I am facing problem with document check out in a SharePoint document library. This is the message I am getting: alt text http://img11.imageshack.us/img11/1575/libraryerror.jpg I'm using the out of the box document library. I have logged on as Admin Document is not already checked out I have tried creating a new document library I have tried creating a new site collection UPDATE 1: Check out works with Firefox but not IE. UPDATE 2: No 2003 products are installed. This happens with all users. When I check out a document in-place (locally), check out works fine... This might be an IE
I want to know how to print all the files in a document library. I googled it and unable to find the solution. But during search I found a tool which provides almost the same type of functionality. Please guide me. How can I achieve this type of functionality?
(I have also asked this question on Stack Overflow) I have a SharePoint feature I'm using to add some custom aspx files to the Pages Library. When I activate the feature, I can visit the pages in-browser and they are visible in SPDesigner, but when I "View All Site Content" they are not there. Why is this the case? The Feature's Elements File: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <.../Pages/Example.aspx When I "View All Site Content" I am looking at the contents of the "Pages" list: http://myserver:PORT/subsite/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspx
I have a custom text field that I use for all of my library documents (poor man's tagging). I wish to modify a group in a batch. How do insert a string directly into the text field for all the chosen files?
of the number of people who will be working on the list, it would be absolute chaos to try and synchronize all of the linked files. My client has agreed that it'll be easier to handle obsolete copies than...We have a SharePoint 2007 deployment which will have a substantially large document library. My client wants the ability to export this library to an Excel spreadsheet, but specifically wants... of heavy work in the object model. I only mentioned the Export to Spreadsheet because that's the only available method I know of off-hand, and its options are limitted. So I am comfortable with all manner
) at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPFileVersion.GetFileContent() at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPFileVersion.OpenBinary() The error shows for a few large files (~25mb per version) in a 32-bit WSS3.0 SP2 environment. Also, the error only appears for Microsoft Word files - they all contain a large amount of images which explains the large file sizes. EDIT: The error is reproducible for selected MS Word files, the code is running from