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    I am trying to create a page dynamically with the particular name, when the time of creation getting the error.

    A file with the name  xxxxx.aspx already exists. It was last modified by SHAREPOINT\system

    it seems me page already created with the name. I am tiring to find the location of the page where it is resides. Actually i checked in the Document Library/Pages/ but No Use.

     

    Any help, where the page resides location

     

    • Edited by Mike Walsh FIN Monday, December 6, 2010 3:32 AM Quotes put around message text in Title
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  • Hi E MS,

    SHAREPOINT\system is the user logged in the site using the same account specified as the application pool identity during the creation of the web application. This could generate some errors when browsing the web application. So please avoid using the account.

    Did you create the page in a page library or create a Page in Site Actions > Create?

    If the page already in a library, there are several reasons you can’t see it in the library, please check the following:

    1 If a page is already created by someone else but not published in a page library, you may not be able to see the page.

    2 Did you have the permission to see a draft version? If the page library is set with create major and minor versions and only users who can edit items could be able to see the draft version.

    3 Maybe the file is checked out by someone else. Go to the library the page may exist. Type the file name (maybe a.aspx) directly in the browser address bar right after the document name. For example, the page maybe stored in document library1, and the address of the document library maybe like this http://server/Docs/document library1/Form/AllItems.apx. Please change it to http://server/Docs/document library1/a.aspx. If you got access denied, it is means the file is exiting in the library, but you have no permission to access it. So you can’t see it in the library.

    5 Workflow could also make influence on the library representation.

    Hope it could help.


    Best regards. Emir
    • Marked as answer by Lily Wu Thursday, December 16, 2010 7:39 AM
    Wednesday, December 8, 2010 3:45 AM

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    Please help me out.

    Tuesday, December 7, 2010 5:09 PM
  • Hi E MS,

    SHAREPOINT\system is the user logged in the site using the same account specified as the application pool identity during the creation of the web application. This could generate some errors when browsing the web application. So please avoid using the account.

    Did you create the page in a page library or create a Page in Site Actions > Create?

    If the page already in a library, there are several reasons you can’t see it in the library, please check the following:

    1 If a page is already created by someone else but not published in a page library, you may not be able to see the page.

    2 Did you have the permission to see a draft version? If the page library is set with create major and minor versions and only users who can edit items could be able to see the draft version.

    3 Maybe the file is checked out by someone else. Go to the library the page may exist. Type the file name (maybe a.aspx) directly in the browser address bar right after the document name. For example, the page maybe stored in document library1, and the address of the document library maybe like this http://server/Docs/document library1/Form/AllItems.apx. Please change it to http://server/Docs/document library1/a.aspx. If you got access denied, it is means the file is exiting in the library, but you have no permission to access it. So you can’t see it in the library.

    5 Workflow could also make influence on the library representation.

    Hope it could help.


    Best regards. Emir
    • Marked as answer by Lily Wu Thursday, December 16, 2010 7:39 AM
    Wednesday, December 8, 2010 3:45 AM