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no html files published to SharePoint

I've published my model to SharePoint according steps as described from: help.bizagi.com/processmodeler/en/publish_to_sharepoint.htmAfter publishing, only index.htm was uploaded to SharePoint instead of also all other html files, while all diagrams and elements where moved by using ">>" button (according steps of help of above link).Images e.g. start_event image, templates and .json files where uploaded to SharePoint, but no other html files. It seems a problem in publishing to SharePointI've used Bizage modeler version: 2.6.0.4

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Dear Jan,

In order to best help you to solve your question, please tell us the version of your Sharepoint. Additionally, attach some screenshots of the problem and how you did step by step the published procedure.

Thank you in advance,

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Hi Juan,

We're using SharePoint 2013.

I've exactly used the steps to publish to SharePoint as described in help information (see included hyperlink from previous post).

There're 12 diagrams as visible from screenshot which need to result into a html file. This is correctly happening when publishing to 'Web' instead of publishing to 'SharePoint'.

Publishing to SharePoint results in only 1 html file instead of also the 12 diagram related html files.

Regards,

Jan-Willem

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Dear Jan,

Thank you very much for your feedback. According to your version, Bizagi is still working to support asap the 2013 version (Check system requirements). As work around, we can recommend to publish to web and then upload all files to your Sharepoint.

Best Regards

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Hi Juan,

Will I keep all relation between different files after uploading all files manually to SharePoint (after a publish to the web first)?

When do you expect that also SharePoint 2013 will be supported?

Regards,

Jan-Willem

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Dear Jan

Yes. It will work correctly. We have some customers who use the workaround without any problem. According the next question, we do not have a date for it yet. We will notify you asap.

Regards

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Hi Juan,

after publishing to html, it uses folders where files are structured stored. There's also referred to these files by using paths, from e.g. html files.

SharePoint does not use folder like we've in Windows explorer. I'm referring to that by from my previous post: 'Will I keep all relation between different files...'. How to deal with this?

Regards,

Jan-Willem

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Dear Jan,

Some users of our community have done it as workaround and it has worked. It will help you. When you publish a web output to SharePoint, sometimes the default file will not open the web browser, but instead it prompts to choose a program.If this is your case there is a configuration error. We suggest following this guided article for your Sharepoint 2010 web application settings:http://www.myriadtech.com.au/blog/James/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=49. For further information on how to configure Sharepoint 2010 settings please review Microsoft's articles, such as:http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262107.aspx

Regards