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Sharepoint list not updating all fields

Posted on 2014-01-05
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I have a sharpoint list that is representative of a document library, I have access 2010 reporting from that list through a linked table.

The problem I am having is when a new document is added to the sharepoint, the list does not update the "name" field which is a hyperlink with the document name that points to the document.  The other fields update,
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Harish Kumar earned 500 total points
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How about the title field? Link the title field to your doc library and check

Regards,
Harish Kumar
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