Calling a site/subsite

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    by SharePointGeek at 2013-03-06 12:04:38

    I'm using the below code in a MOSS 2007 (PowerShell 2.0) environment where I'm attempting to copy/rename a group files from a MOSS 2007 site/subsite to a network fileshare. The copy/rename portion seems to work fine, but all files on the destination fileshare report 0kb. Below is the code and the exception that's being captured. Any thoughts?


    [System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName("Microsoft.SharePoint")

    #$ErrorActionPreference = "SilentlyContinue"

    $Url = "https://spsvcs/"
    $UrlSub = "cmms"
    $FullPath = $Url + $UrlSub
    $destinationFolder = "c:\eam\multi\"
    #$destinationFolder = "\\hsypofila002\strsSTG\Sharepoint\m"
    $sourceCsv = "c:\eam\multi.CSV"
    #$sourceCsv = "c:\eam\wave2.CSV"

    $Site = New-Object -TypeName Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSite $Url
    $web = $Site.OpenWeb($UrlSub)
    $fileObjects = Import-CSV $sourceCsv
    ForEach ($fileObject in $fileObjects )
    {
    $fileUrl = $fileObject.DOC_FILENAME.replace($Url,"")
    $file = $web.GetFile($fileUrl)
    $binary = $file.OpenBinary()

    $dateTimeStamp = Get-Date -format s
    $newFileName = $fileObject.DocumentType + "_" + $fileObject.SAPObjectNumber + "_" + $dateTimeStamp.replace(":","").replace("-","").replace("T","")
    $extension = [System.IO.Path]::GetExtension($file.Name)

    Exception


    Exception calling "OpenBinary" with "0" argument(s): "There is no Web named "/cmms"."
    At C:\eam\Export.ps1:20 char:35
    + $binary = $file.OpenBinary < <<< ()
    + CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:) [], MethodInvocationException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : DotNetMethodException

    by AlexBrassington at 2013-03-06 22:52:44

    I'm not up to speed on 2007 and PowerShell but reading the script it appears that if it weren't to find a document it'll just create one anyway.

    Step through the code for a single file and see if the $file object actually exists. Or run it with Strict Mode on.

    If you're just after a simple download have you tried turning accessing the content using the UNC path approach? i.e. http://sharepoint/site/library becomes \\sharepoint\site\library

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