|Is there a way to enable this on a specific list(s) rather than an entire site?|
|Would this work with your classified web part? I'd like to be able to allow an user to download a "package" with different items from the catalogue, including their documents and attachments.|
actually not, since the Zip Creator zips the files of a Sharepoint document library (as opposed to the items in a List including the item attachments).
|Thanks Juerg,I will post my follow up on the classified comments section :)|
|I am trying to download the eval version and the link does not work. Thanks.|
the download link now works as expected.
- Unpack the Amrein.Extension.AEZI.F.wsp, the Amrein.Sharepoint.Core.wsp, the Install2013.bat and install2013AmreinCore.bat files from the Zip Archive and place the 2 files onto your Sharepoint Server.
- Run the install2013AmreinCore.bat file to add the Amrein core solution
- Run the install2013.bat file to add the web part solution
- Deploy the two solutions by navigating with your browser to “Central Administration > System Settings > Farm Management > Manage farm solutions”
|I am trying to download the ZIP solution and I get the "Page not found" error...|
you might need to hit Ctrl-F5 to delete the browser cache.
The correct URL is
|Jean Marie |
Is this apps localized (french, german, spanish, portugese, etc.) ? Thanks
it is currently only localized for English and German, so you would need to create a French resource file (or send us the French translations so we could create it for you).
|We have this installed on 2010. But users with read access to a library are getting an access denied message when they try to use the feature. Do users need a higher level of access in order to download as zip? |
„Read“ permission to the site and its document libraries should be sufficient to use the Zip extension.
Can you navigate to the document library, click on “Library” in the ribbon and then click “Library Permissions” in the ribbon, then click on “Check Permissions” in the ribbon to check if a user who is currently getting an “access denied” indeed does have at least “Read” permission on the document library ?
|Very nice solution. Can you add some clock icon to show the zip creation process?|
Question: where zip-file is created (do I need to clear some folder on server?)
we check if we can add the "in progress" icon/cursor to the solution's next major release.
The Zip file is not created in a folder on the server, but presented to the user as a download.
|have mixed environment sp2016 and 2013, how deploy.|
You can actually use the SP 2013 Zip download both for your SP 2013 and for your SP 2016 farm.
|How do I insert the license key in the product? I can't find the Position. |
we sent you the "License.txt" file which you then need to add into your hive on the Sharepoint web frontend server:
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\template\layouts\Features\Amrein.Extension.AEZI_DownloadZip
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\15\TEMPLATE\FEATURES\Amrein.Extension.AEZI_DownloadZip
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\16\TEMPLATE\FEATURES\Amrein.Extension.AEZI_DownloadZip
|Web Boss |
|Is the Zip creator included in the Web Part bundle?|
the Zip Creator is part of the web part bundle.
Does the version for SP16 also work for SP19?
In case I use the classic library display?
we also have a version for SP 2019 „classic“ pages.
Please see the download link at the top of this page.
am I right that ZiP Creator for SP 2019 does not include a solution for modern websites? If I activate the feature on a modern site it only works if i view the document library in 'classic view'. In the section of 'SHAREPOINT 2019 "MODERN" WEB PARTS' i cannot find an equivalent solution.
the ZIP creator for Sharepoint 2019 indeed only supports the "classic" view of document libraries.
We actually found the below product from another vendor which seems to compatible with "modern" document library views:
thank you for the info. It would have been nice to have a solution vor modern sites, but it is not necessary.