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Hey All, I am currently running 2016 on prem and we are upgrading our sharepoint server from 2007 to SharePoint Online. The documents have been moved, all thats left is to change the integration in CRM to server based.
I have updated every single document location (~1800 of them) from an absolute URL to a relative one. The trouble here is when I open the server based integration wizard I get the absolute URLs detected message. I checked my document locations and filtered for absolute URL contains data and got no results back. There isn't a single document location with an absolute URL left.
I am thinking this is being triggered because the parent sites are absolute URLs but there is no choice here the top level sharepoint sites need to be absolute URLs. I can't remove these without taking out hundreds of child records.
Is anyone able to assist here?
The Site records can be an absolute url and should be since that represents the top level site. Have you tried searching via Advanced Find for all Document Location records that have an absolute url? Perhaps there were some records marked as Inactive that were filtered out of your original search.
Here's more detail on configuring the server based integration.
Yes, I am completely certain that ALL document locations are now relative. I changed them over to relative using an import rather than doing them all by hand as there are almost 1800 of them and it would take an insane amount of time.
Can you confirm that the Absolute Url field is actually empty with no white spaces on the DocumentLocatiom records? Try an export and check. CRM will trim white space on retrieve and will not show up in a Contains Data filter, yet may still have a white space in the underlying column in the database.
I want to emphasize just how certain I am that each and every one of those fields is blank. There is not a single character existing in any row under the absolute url column. I have verified this with filters, with advanced find, and with SQL queries.
That said I decided to cut my losses and delete each document location. I have an export of them all and will just reimport them once I am done.
For anyone else that comes across this post in the future. If you have this issue and you are absolutely 100% certain they are all relative URLs save yourself some time, export the document locations and resolve the regarding column to GUIDs so you can reimport them later.
I am having the same issue. Did you manage to solve it?
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