Global Check-In function

MOSS
Server 2003

Is there a window or stsadm command that will tell me every document that is checked out that is related to a particular SP farm?
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AlMothanaAlOmariCommented:
to do this do the following :
(1) Go to Site settings.

(2) Under Site Administration Tab, find "Content and structure". Click on that link.

(3) On left side, you will find entire structure of the site. select your document library and then on right hand side you will see all documents gets listed there.

(4) Select all the documents that you want to check-in / check-out and then go to actions menu above on toolbar and select your option for check-in/check-out or even discard check-out.

 
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irinucCommented:
Hi,

At document library level, you can check what files are checked out by navigating to Settings->Document Library Settings....
There is no tool that i know of that can tell you this.

As a workaround, you can use a select statement directly from the content database:
select * from alldocs where checkoutuserid is not NULL

Hope it helps,
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