This section contains information about the latest release of the module such as release history, changes made to the current version and the list of known issues.
1. Release History
July 10, 2008
Sharepoint module v2.2.0 rev.080626 for Sitecore CMS 6 is released.
Sitecore versions: tested with Sitecore CMS 6.0.
2. Known Issues
This section contains known issues for the current release of the module.
It is not possible to load more than 100 media items per media connection. (314899)
If a media connection points to SharePoint image or document library which contains more than 100 items, only the first 100 items will be visible in Sitecore.
A hotfix for SharePoint Connector 2.2.0 rev. 080626 is available on request. To obtain the hotfix, please contact Sitecore Customer Service via http://support.sitecore.net (using reference number 314899).
When using the SharePoint Connector, changes to field mappings in the Sitecore master database are not reflected in the SharePoint database until after an IISRESET. (330166, 330167)
An IISRESET is necessary to reset the template engine for the SharePoint database, which will add new custom fields to the media items and update field mappings.
- Copy the Sitecore.Support.330166.dll assembly to your /bin folder.
- Add the following handler to the item:created event definition in your web.config:
<event name="item:created" >
<handler type="Sitecore.Support.Sharepoint.Events.ItemEventHandler, Sitecore.Support.330166" method="OnItemCreated" />
- Add the following handler to the item:saved event definition in your web.config:
<handler type="Sitecore.Support.Sharepoint.Events.ItemEventHandler, Sitecore.Support.330166" method="OnItemSaved" />
A media file can't be uploaded to the Media Library in the 'sharepoint' database.
If you select a folder in the Media library of the 'sharepoint' database, click "Upload files" and choose any file, the file will not be uploaded. As a consequence, the module will throw an exception.
Not all files are staged.
If you have uploaded several files on different days to the SharePoint portal site, only the most recent files will be staged when you click 'Stage files' for that media connection. This behaviour is specific for SP 2010.