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Need to add network folders in the team site

  Asked By: Praneeth    Date: Jul 07    Category: MOSS    Views: 1570

Hi,

We have a file server where we store data. The user wants to create few buttons in the website , which should enable him to open the documentts from the file server.

Example: lets say you have a network drive called usa , where you store data of each and every state and you check folder called population .. in file server it is like

\\usa\california\population\population.xml

he wants to create a button called california population, if the user clicks on the button .. the xml from the file server should openup .. Any suggestions, please advise.

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Answer #1    Answered By: Sarita Patel     Answered On: Jul 07

It is very difficult to understand your question. Could you please provide more details on what I understand from your question.

1) You want to add  network folders  in the team  site?
2) The user  wants to create  few buttons  in the website  , which should enable  him to open  the documentts from the file  server.

If possible also mention node format of XML you are trying to access.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Praneeth Tetali     Answered On: Jul 07

oops that's a typo. It's not an xml file  . It's an xls file. I was giving an example  .

Let me eloborate the question for you.

The user  is creating html buttons  on the team  site page and wants to link the files in the File server.


<CENTER><INPUT title="
Fraud Queue Dashboard (
" style="WIDTH: 140px" onclick="window.open('\\sjc-efs-01\group\apple\Fraud Queue Dashboard\Current')" type=button value="Fraud Q Dashboard"></CENTER></TD>

This code isn’t working because apparently the drive  on which this folder  is located does not have a startup script?

Any altrenative for this

 
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