2012년 5월 22일 화요일 오후 7:29
Just a basic question here...
We are on SharePoint 2007. With that, we use the "Commenting" feature web part on some of our pages. You know.. the simple little web part that lets users input their "comments" based on something on page.
My question is... where does SharePoint 'store' all those comments? So, for example, is there a table or a List somewhere I can go to in order to review all the comments at once?
2012년 5월 23일 수요일 오전 8:30중재자
Based on your description, I am a little confused. Whether the “Commenting” feature web part is added under the Blog site Add Web Part, if it’s, then the comments are stored in Comments list under List Tab. You can click View All Site Content to find Comments list. If it’s not, please provide more information about the step how you create the “Commenting” feature web part.
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2012년 5월 29일 화요일 오전 4:17
Sorry I wasn't more clear on this.
Our commenting features a web part we drop on a publishing page. The commenting feature simply sits the bottom of a page on which we post a single article to it. So, users can read the one article, then comment on it. So, it's not part of a blog site.
A number of us have gone in to the Manage Content and structure to find a "list" where the comments are stored.. but there is no such thing. I even went through the code to see if the "post" button was posting back to a list somewhere or something and it's not looking like that. From here, it looks like (somehow) the posts are logging somewhere dynamically in a database or something (which I have no access to). So, yes.. where I would have though there was 'list'... it's not a list. I can't figure out where those User Posts are going to!
2012년 5월 30일 수요일 오전 7:47
for using the "Commenting" feature a User Profile Service Application is required. So in this case i will mean the comments of the user will be stored in the User Profile Service Application associate with the User Profile of the user. I did not think that it is possible to view all comments out of the box. Maybe it is possible to get this comments using the object model.
I hope it helps
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