By Peter Serzo
September 4, 2012 —
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That darn space again! I tried a lot of different options, but it was my project manager who had seen something like this in the past. He suggested surrounding the link with brackets as so:
body = “<”+link+”>”;
This worked fantastically. I did not have to write server-side code and I did not have to recreate the library without spaces and move all that data; it’s metadata and associated references across the site. Everybody talks.
The moral of this story is not just showing you some good technical content (like I just did), but that everybody talked. A problem was solved not just technically but because project management and developers talked and listened. I’ve been doing this 20 years and I know that I don’t know everything.
My son does know some things too! As a Dad, I am 20 years in, and that song is catchy!
Peter Serzo is a published author of the “SharePoint 2010 Administration Cookbook,” a founder of the SouthEastern SharePoint group, a speaker, and SharePoint Architect for High Monkey Consulting. Peter has been in the IT industry for 20 years. He has extensive experience with SharePoint implementing business solutions for several enterprise organizations over the past seven years.
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