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Getting the Deleted Document ???

  Asked By: Tucker    Date: Jan 27    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 744

How we get the deleted document in document library. I tried to attach assembly but the event is working after deleting the document.



9 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Brooks Bond     Answered On: Jan 27

Deleted documents are gone, even in the asynchronous event  sink. There
is a Recycle Bin article on MSDN but I think there is a much better way.
I'm writing an article on this as we speak. I'll let this group know
when it is done.

Answer #2    Answered By: Gregg Wilkinson     Answered On: Jan 27

I read the article in MSDN , and article suggested to create mirror
document library. But it's not better way I think.

Answer #3    Answered By: Darrel Sexton     Answered On: Jan 27

When do you think you'll have that recycle document  available??

I am currently looking at this and i would like to see what you have done.

Answer #4    Answered By: Tory Sellers     Answered On: Jan 27

My goal is by early next week or sooner. But I may only be able to
distribute it to people that ask initially. I think that SharePoint
Advisor wants me to publish it with them.

Answer #5    Answered By: Agustin Miranda     Answered On: Jan 27

Have you seen the document  from MSD2D? It talks about doing this in
SQL instead of Sharepoint.

http://www.msd2d.com/. Look for the link to "File Level Restore"
under Tips & Information

Answer #6    Answered By: Arron Middleton     Answered On: Jan 27

Yes, I've seen it but messing with the database will void your
SharePoint warranty.

Answer #7    Answered By: Vance Hardin     Answered On: Jan 27

Doh! Don't want that now, do we?

Answer #8    Answered By: Kareem Flynn     Answered On: Jan 27

Please for the love of all that is holy don’t go messing with the database people. Don’t even think about it. If your admin or some fancy IT guy comes up and says “I wrote this great program that does everything for you, it just needs access to the SharePoint database” tell him to go back to his desk and do something else. I know it’s simple and cool and easy and all that but trust me, one day you’ll end up in a world of hurt if you start going down this turkey trail.

Mike Fitz (a SharePoint evangelist, Micrsoft emp on the product team, and all around nice guy) had a blog specifically on this here:


Seriously though, there are unwanted (and unknown) side effects by going directly at the database. As Mike mentioned, there are a lot of stored procs and things need to happen in just the right order. True, you could get away with doing something simple but even simple reads can mess with things and produce odd behavior.

Tell your DBA-like people to get over it. Get your developers to understand the object model, use it and move on. You’ll really, really, thank everyone in the end for following this advice.

Answer #9    Answered By: Tyron Calderon     Answered On: Jan 27

I would like to receive a copy of your recycle document  when it is
completed please.

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