SharePoint 2010 Powershell Copy List Item Attachments into Document Library Folders!

Check this out – you have a giant SharePoint list, packed full of attachments. This script will create a document library folder for each list item, then copy the attachments from the list item into the designated document library folder. After you run the script, you can disable attachments in the list settings, or run another Powershell to delete the attachments. I love Powershell!

$web=Get-SPWeb "http://sharepoint/sites/abc"
$list=$web.Lists.TryGetList("Item Documents")
$trackinglist = $web.lists["Tracking List"]
$items = $trackinglist.items
foreach($item in $items)
{
$title = $item.title
$folderItem = $list.AddItem("",[Microsoft.SharePoint.SPFileSystemObjectType]::Folder,"$title")
$folderItem["Title"] = "$title"
$folderItem.Update()
$attachments = $item.Attachments
$attachments.count
$progress ++
$progress

if($attachments.count -gt 0)
{
foreach($leafName in $attachments)
{
$leafName
$spFile = $$trackinglist.ParentWeb.GetFile($item.Attachments.UrlPrefix + $leafName)
$targetFile = $folderItem.Folder.Url + "/" + $spFile.Name
$dList = [Microsoft.Sharepoint.SPFolder]$web.GetFolder($folderItem.Folder.Url)
$dLibrary = $web.Lists[$dList.ContainingDocumentLibrary]
$sbytes = $spFile.OpenBinary()
$dFileName = $dList.Files.Add($targetFile, $sbytes, $true)
}
}

$docUrl = "/sites/abc/" + $folderItem.Folder.Url + "/, $title"
$item["Item Documents"] = $docUrl
$item.Update()
}
$web.dispose()

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