File Settings 

To construct Alternate File Mask and to propagate Created Date and Modified Date from SharePoint Library to Windows File System, use below options:

1. Alternate File Name Mask

 

If the file with the same name already exist in the destination location, follow the steps outlined below:

a. Do not overwrite the existing file -  Skips the file without overwriting the existing file with the same name.

b. Overwrite the existing file Deletes the file from the destination location and exports the current source file.

c. Rename the new file that is currently exported from SharePoint - Rename the file based on the file name mask specified in the Alternate File Name Mask text box.

 

 

To select alternate file naming mask, click the alternate file name mask button placed next to the alternate file name mask textbox. Alternate file name mask dialog appears as shown below:

 

 

Construct alternate file naming mask with the available macros provided in the dialog. Click OK to close the dialog. The new files will be exported in the name format / syntax entered in the file naming mask.

   
2. File System Date Settings:
 

To propagate the system date fields - Created Date and Last Modified Date to respective folders and files in the file system, follow the steps outlined below:

 
   
 

Select File System Date Settings:

 

The date options given below will assign the respective data field values in the file system as in the original SharePoint list.

  1. Retain created date - Carry forward / propagate Created Date field from the source folders, files and list item attachments to the Windows file system.
  2. Retain modified date - Carry forward / propagate Last Modified Date field from the source folders, files and list item attachments to the Windows file system.

Note: You can propagate original Created Date and Last Modified Date for folders and files to the NTFS file system. In a FAT file system, the Last Modified Date alone will be retained as in source.

 

3. ASPX Content:
 

Export ASPX page content as MHT file: Exports the content of ASPX page including HTML, images and style elements (as well as content in web parts) in MHT file format in the same name as the source ASPX page.

4.

Click Next to proceed.