Logo 
Search:

Sharepoint Forum

Ask Question   UnAnswered
Home » Forum » Sharepoint       RSS Feeds

Document Libraries

  Asked By: Johnpaul    Date: Jan 11    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 556

There is a document library on our site that contains the following
file: Test.doc. This file is also in a document library in a subsite
of this site. If a user modifies Test.doc on the top-level site, is
there any way to update these changes to Test.doc on the subsite? Is
this possible?

Share: 

 

5 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Kareem Flynn     Answered On: Jan 11

Sure, Windows SharePoint Services Toolkit: Document Library Event
Handler:
http://tinyurl.com/9sxet

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Tyron Calderon     Answered On: Jan 11

This will help a lot. Which do I need to bind my doc  Library
to: SampleEventSinks or the WSS Event Monitor? I'm guessing I could
just bind it to MirrorEventSink.cs, but I've never worked with the doc
library before, or eventsinks, so this is new territory for me. If
you've used this toolkit before, I could use some solid instructions.

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Irvin Foley     Answered On: Jan 11

Also, in the documentation to bind an event handler to a document
library, it says...

1. Browse to the default view for the document  library.

2. Click Modify Settings and Columns. In General Settings, click
Change Advanced Settings.

3. Enter the event handler Assembly, Class, and Properties for
the event sink you want to bind. For the values to use corresponding
to each sample event sink, see the following section, "Sample Event
Binding Data."

4. Click OK.

Step two does not give me the choice to "Change Advanced Settings."
My choices are:

Change general settings
Save document library  as template
Change permissions for this document library
Delete this document library
Select a portal area for this document library

Does anyone else not see "Change Advanced Settings" as an option?

 
Answer #4    Answered By: Deonte Stein     Answered On: Jan 11

You will need to fully qualify the assembly name like:
myEventSink, Version=1.0.0.0, Culture=neutral,
PublicKeyToken=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

You will specify the Namespace.Classname for the Type name

You can optionally specify some properties to pass in as parameters to
your event sink.

 
Answer #5    Answered By: Stephon Valentine     Answered On: Jan 11

You have to enable it in the General Setting for the Virtual Server in
SharePoint Central Administration.

 
Didn't find what you were looking for? Find more on Document Libraries Or get search suggestion and latest updates.

Related Topics:



Tagged:    

 

Related Post