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Connect to Sharepoint server using .Net C#
We have a corporate Sharepoint 2007 server which I would like to connect to using .Net. My domain is recognised and I am open the following Excel spreadsheet using the following path:
I am using Visual Studio 2010 Pro and need to process this Excel from a Windows Forms c# application. I will need to specify credentials as this may be run from an account without sufficient permissions.
8/22/2022 - Mon
Well, I wrote this a while back to supply credentials and return a file from SP;
Would your requirements extend beyond this?
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This looks great!
I am receiving the error "The remote server returned an error: (401) Unauthorized.". What format do you use to submit credentials? I used "EMEA\my.name". Is this correct?
Also what does the "@" symbol indicate?
The @ is allowing you to put slashes and backslashes into the string.
MyDomain\UserID should be fine.
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If I log in as myself with my account and set UseDefaultCredentials to true I can connect but if I set it to false and try again I continue to get the unauthorized error." Any thoughts?
Also have you been able to use this system to create a new document in sharepoint and/or update an existing one?
Is there a dot in the username? Do you normally login with that ID?
I wouldn't use this to create a document. I'd probably call the lists.asmx web services for that or use Client Object Model.
Yes, i log in with DOMAIN\first.last
I'll have a look at the Sharepoint link..thanks for that.
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