Is there any way to control the URL that's used to embed links to documents? I know you can change the very last part of the URL that identifies the document, but what about the rest of the path? This is what we're getting when we generate the embedded link:
We need to not show the original upload date in the URL. This will eventually make the document appear to be outdated even if it's updated every year. Of course we'll update the publish date that's displayed within our website, but I for one do not typically click on links in search results that appear to be very outdated.
This also means that the link will change between our dev environment and our test environment and our production environment. If I upload it today in dev, the link says 2011/01/05. When we eventually migrate it to production it will have a different date in the URL, which means our links in this and other sites are now obsolete. We will need different code for each environment. Not practical at all.
Also, what's the Status=Master for and is it entirely necessary?
I would prefer to use a link much like this:
Is this possible?