Thursday, November 02, 2017

Konfigurerbart ESDH

Exformatics ESDH er et konfigurerbart ESDH system, også kaldet en konfigurerbar procesplatform, KPP. Læse mere om KPP på Globeteams hjemmeside.

Thursday, September 04, 2014

Exformatics flytter

Pr 1. oktober flytter Exformatics til nye lyse lokaler centralt i København tæt på Østerport station. Læs mere her.

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Wednesday, December 04, 2013

Alle vinder med socialt ECM

#NoEmail, eller #YesActivityStream, vinder indpas. Vi har nu i snart to år fokuseret på at anvende sociale medier fremfor emails til vores interne kommunikation. Læs mere her.

Tuesday, March 05, 2013

Exformatics DCR Modeling Tool

Exformatics DCR Modeling Tool - find description here.

Monday, July 30, 2012

SharePoint Error Found - Sorry

Facinating pop-up on SharePoint Central Administration Server
(In Danish - sorry).

Nothing in Event Log.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

SharePoint versioning fails

I recently came across a document library at a customer with major versioning only. When checking for a particular version of a file using SPFile.Versions object we came across a strange error.

Despite the fact that version 1.1 exists as illustrated by the picture below

when checking the SharePoint API for the Versions collection there's only one version of the file, namely version 1.0, internally numbered 512.

As we use SharePoint for document management we sometimes need to retrieve a particular version of the file, in this case version 1.0. But checking SharePoint's versioning system we're told that the latest version is 1.0 - not 1.1. This might be due to the fact that minor versioning has been turned on at one point in the document library - but we don't know.

As SharePoint says the latest version is 1.0 we'll get the wrong file version when trying to retrieve version 1.0. As SharePoint says 1.0 is the latest version we'll retrieve this version of the file despite the fact that version 1.1 is the latest version.

Checking out and checking in the file changes the latest version to 2.0.

I find it quite surprising that SharePoint still 10+ years after the first release have these basic errors. It makes it very hard to provide a robust document management system on top of SharePoint as we have to solve all these errors in our document management level of code on top of SharePoint.