Once you've provided all of the information described above, you can save the rule and it is available for use immediately.
In the final installment on the Content Organizer system, we'll take a look at where it all begins - in the Drop Off Library.
A very usfeul feture, i have a Q though, is it possible to use column functions in the rule part?
I tried using the [Today] function in the beta version but it did not work.
Is it possible to use Property-based conditions for people or Group field type?
Thanks in advance!!
The checkbox/option to "Automatically create a folder for each unique value of a property: " is grayed out in the Target Location area. How do I make it active?
hah - the other limitation is for implementations with complex (many) content types, combined with libraries which differ for reasons of user permissions. If you have 100 content types and 5 document libraries which could theoretically house any of the content types, you have a lot of rules to write. it would have been nice to be able to create a set of rules (per destination library, or at least per content type group, even).....
oh-yeah - and to have the rules also apply heirarchially - so children inherit from parent - don't think that works either. And be careful, if you use the alternate names, as described above, the content types will be changed to the primary content type the rule applies to in the destination library..... a few shortcomings, I think.....
What if you are creating folders automatically but tag multiple docs with the same property that creates the folder? It will not add a second document to the folder, it wants to create one and since it can't the file stays in the drop off library. I want it to create a folder if none exists but if there already is one then add to it. Any insight is appreciated!
We have implemented Content Organizer in our project , we have some bunch of rules created for different content types. The rules are working fine onall the documents are gettign routed to Destinations perfectly except for One ContentType. The document is staying back in the Drop-Off Library...
We made few checks...
1.Whether the rule is therer and names are correct?
2.Where the destination Path is correct?
We created Content Organiser rules programmatically , but i feel it has nothing to do with the issue though....
We made all the possible checks but didnt see observe anything specifcally which is stopping the routing of the document to the desired destination as such...
Here we would like to know , what could be the difeerent reasons/causes which is making the Content Organiser to not to ROUTE the document to the Target location...
Any pointers which will unblock is really appreciated....
I receive the "total size of the column in the list excceds" error while adding new rules. I have only less than 18 rules in there and I have not modified the content organizer rules list in any way. I have raised this query in the forum but got no response:
Have you come across this before? Is this a bug in SPS 2010?