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'Created By' creating problems.

Dear all,

I have 2 questions:

1. How can the 'Created By' property of a document can be viewed in the KM explorer? I could not find it in the 'Properties' menu.

2.I have created a CM repository in FSDB mode. Will the windows user's name who created the document in the file system be replicated in the KM also in the documents 'Created By' property?

Thanks and regards,

Ajay.

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2008 at 11:02 AM

    >

    > Dear all,

    >

    > I have 2 questions:

    >

    > 1. How can the 'Created By' property of a document can be viewed in the KM explorer? I could not find it in the 'Properties' menu.

    >

    > 2.I have created a CM repository in FSDB mode. Will the windows user's name who created the document in the file system be replicated in the KM also in the documents 'Created By' property?

    >

    > Thanks and regards,

    > Ajay.

    There is no "created by" property in a file system, thus it can't be replicated.

    Unless I'm missing something of course.

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    • I think it could be possible. Look at the property definition in KM configuration (Configuration -> Content Management -> Global Services -> Property Metadata). The property should be called createdby. Then edit the definition and uncheck Read Only parameter.

      After your changes don't forget to refresh default setting of createdby property.

      I have never try that so I'm not sure whether it will work.

      Regards,

      Zbynek

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