I’ve fixed a bug with my [Custom Field – Upload Files and Images]. : “Custom Field – Upload Files and Images”
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If you know my WikiWebpart or DiscussionListUploader, you know that there are some occasions where you want to upload a file, and place a link to it to another field. The above solutions are only for the certain list type. My new custom field can be used on every list or library! Just add the field to one of your lists/libraries: It will automatically try to find local libraries for documents and images to store the uploaded files and images.
You might already know my Wiki Webpart, which allows you to upload pictures and documents to a Wiki while editing it. What is it? With this Solution you can upload images and documents from the new/edit form into existing picture/document libraries. After the file has been uploaded, a link will be inserted into the Body. This is either a or a tag, depending on the uploaded file. How does it work?
The next generation Wiki Webpart is there! Sounds good J The (stupid) name remains, but the core has changed. What is it? With the Wiki Webpart you can upload images and documents from a Wiki edit page into existing picture/document libraries. After the file has been uploaded, a link will be inserted into the Wiki Content. This is either a or a tag, depending on the uploaded file.
Since so many people asked for support to upload documents as well, I have implemented this functionality into my WikiWebpart. Now you can add pictures and files directly into your wiki by uploading them from the clients. As always, you have to install the solution, and activate the WikiWebpart feature for you Sitecollection as described in Updated WikiWebpart + Tool to install it. The Webpart will detect an existing picture and document library, and use it.
I updated my WikiWebpart. You can now download it as a SharePoint Solution. Steps to install the solution: Install the solution via “stsadm -o addsolution -filename RH.WikiWebpart.wsp” Go to your "Central Administration Operations" and deploy the solution 1.* * Active the Feature for your Sitecollection Go to “Site Actions > Site Settings > Site Collection Administration > Site collection features” and active the feature
Please use my custom field type. It is more flexible –> http://www.hezser.de I updated my Wiki Webpart. For all of you who don’t know what it does: The normal Wiki Edit Form misses the ability to upload pictures. My Webpart, which has to be included to the EditForm.aspx, allows you to upload a picture. It also creates a link in your Wiki post, which displays the uploaded image. This release of the Webpart is multi lingual.
Falls bei der Benutzung des Webparts ein Fehler wie: Fehler bei der Anforderung des Berechtigungstyps Microsoft.SharePoint.Security.SharePointPermission, Microsoft.SharePoint.Security, Version=184.108.40.206, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c. auftritt, muss der Trustlevel in der web.config auf Full gesetzt werden. Zum vollständigen Beitrag: http://www.hezser.de Update 23. Apr 2008: Ich habe eine neue Version bereitgestellt.
Bei einem Blog Eintrag kann man Bilder mit an den Eintrag anfügen. Dies ist jedoch bei der Wiki Vorlage der Windows SharePoint Services V3 nicht möglich. Um dieses Manko zu beseitigen, habe ich ein Webpart geschrieben. Dieses wird in die editform.aspx der Wiki List eingebaut. Danach kann man bequem über die Pflegemaske der Wiki Einträge Bilder an einen Wiki Beitrag anfügen. Die Bilder werden automatisch in eine Bildbibliothek hochgeladen. Installation: