Document Tagger sandboxed solution is uploaded to
a SharePoint Solution Gallery and activated there and on
each site in the collection where it should be used.
If you get problems with the activation, please make sure
that the sandboxed code service is running on the SharePoint
The person who performs the installation needs to have
Full Control over the site collection. The recommended
way to test Document Tagger is to create a new site
collection for testing.
Then, once the testing is completed, you can start over
by installing Document Tagger in the production site
collection. However, if you want to use the test installation,
you can just register Document Tagger and continue
using the same installation.
For details about the installation and configuration, refer
to the Manuals.
Installation and activation for a site collection
Download the file DocumentTagger.wsp.
(Extract if you have downloaded the .zip file)
From the root site of the site collection,
open the Site settings and upload the .wsp file
to the Solutions Gallery.
ActivateDocument Tagger for the site
Activation on site
On each site where Document Tagger
should be used, open the Site settings >Manage site
features and activate Document Tagger.
You will now get a new "Document Tagger" link in
the Site settings of the site where Document Tagger
was activated. When you click on it the first time,
a link will be added to the Quick Launch and a Get Started
page will open.
(If you don't want to try Document Tagger
with your own files, you can click on the link in the
Get Started page to create an example library with documents
to use for testing.)
Start testing Document Tagger!
Download the .wsp-file
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Yes, I want to download the Document Tagger Sandboxed