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Geert Bellekens

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Re: Office MDG and SharePoint
« Reply #15 on: April 29, 2019, 04:31:05 pm »
Also disable check-out/check-in for the library where you upload the HTML export.
Kind-of a drag to do with thousands of files  ;D

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Re: Office MDG and SharePoint
« Reply #16 on: April 29, 2019, 06:42:24 pm »
Within a corporate network and with the right permissions it's possible to publish directly to SharePoint from the HTML generation panel.

A SharePoint site/URL resolves to a folder on a server, this means that you can map a drive to it if you own the site in question.  Once you have a drive mapped, you can specify the path in the "Output to" field in the HTML generation panel and Bob's your Uncle.    For example, I have drive Z: mapped to Sharepoint and I can output to various folders such as  Z:\EA Tools\Capability Map etc..
Hi Graham,

Does this still apply if the Sharepoint site is in the cloud?

Also, do you access the HTML from within Sharepoint?  We found that when we uploaded the HTML folder to the SharePoint site (we couldn't map it as yet), Sharepoint complained that EA was using Javascript and we couldn't see how to enable it.  On the local copy, everything was OK.

TIA,
Paolo

Hi Paolo - in response your questions

1)  Does this still apply if the Sharepoint site is in the cloud?
Our SharePoint is on premise, so I'm not sure.

2)  Do you access the HTML from within Sharepoint?
Yes.  Usually via a link from a SharePoint page/site.  Works as expected.  No issues with JavaScript.

G.