This problem has confused me a lot, can any of you help me out. Thank you.
In a document library folder, when a user creates a new document, instead of it being named ‘Document’ when created, I want it to be named as the last name of the user. I have explored trying to do this through a Workflow but there does not seem to be a way to rename a document. The user cannot rename the document themselves as they do not have delete permission.
I am using s3fs to mount an s3 bucket on my Ubuntu server:
sudo apt-get install s3fs sudo vim /etc/passwd-s3fs // <--put user access ket and secret key here sudo chmod 640 /etc/passwd-s3fs // <-- change permission to password file sudo vim /etc/fuse.conf // uncomment user_allow_other
Now mount the s3 bucket:
sudo s3fs -o allow_other s3-bucket-name /home/myuser/s3
I want to make sure that the bucket is mounted automatically after reboot, how can I do this?
I want to create a business directory website for local theaters and community center..etc. Is there a way my website site can automatically import their show times into my website?
SharePoint designer workflow does not automatically start for first list item insert.
Second item inserted start workflow automatically. What is the problem?
SP 2016 OnPrem:
I’m using an API to do a custom upload to my Document library. After initial upload my script gathers basic info about the user to set default values and update the document properties. So the item is uploaded and saved a 2nd time almost immediately. Then I open the document properties immediately after that so the user can add more details, all within the same process. I have a 2013 workflow set to run on Update, so it’s triggered on that 2nd save.
This causes a conflict error when trying to Save the document properties for the 3rd time (in the UI). (Because while I was opening the document properties the workflow was running in the background.) It’s the same problem described here: Cannot save document properties with workflow enabled
I am able to get around that by deselecting “Automatically update the workflow status to the current stage name” in the workflow. That prevents the conflict but it also prevents my workflow from triggering on that UI save.
I have checked the End date in the workflow history and sure enough, it doesn’t run for that 3rd save. However, if I close the document properties, reopen and save them again, the workflow will trigger.
So the problem has something to do with uploading via api, updating via api and opening the document properties in the UI all in one stroke.
It makes sense why the conflict would happen, but not why the workflow won’t run if I deselect that option.
I am using the PIM Evolution 3.22.6 for e-mail and contacts. For encrypting e-mails gpg (GnuPG 2.1.18) is used by Evolution.
How can I configure my system such as when I compose an e-mail the PGP key for the recipients are automatically retrieved from key servers and added to my keyring?
For example when I try to send an e-mail to a recipient, which is not in my keyring I get the following error message:
gpg: <email@example.com>: skipped: No public key
In case I run – outside of Evolution –
gpg --search-keys firstname.lastname@example.org a key is successfully found. Is there any way to tell Evolution to deal with the search?
Is it possible to make a page viewer webpart automatically refresh or upgrade?
I have a report image which I am replacing every 15 minutes with a script but the Page Viewer on SharePoint isn’t updating to reflect.
I did find this post but it doesn’t work, is there like an updated version of this? or did they remove the ability to hold shift to open grub? (I’m a Linux noob so please explain to me as much as possible)
We have a store-building script that allows users to park their domain on their account.
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