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Problem when installing WSP in Windows 7/Windows Server 2008

Malcolm Derouen - Mar 6, 2010 I agree about comments that are a start on blog posts. I’ve even pulled a comment out and made it a post, because it deserved to be one Mary - May 4, 2010 I am having an issue during the installation of WSS 3.0 on Windows 7 Ultimate, the same one as you mentioned above. [dui lawyer Scottsdale]( “[email protected]”) - May 0, 2011 As a Novice, I am usually seeking for well written articles which can really help me .

Problem when installing WSP in Windows 7/Windows Server 2008

English I know that Microsoft has fabulous 40, a collection of 40 site templates in this link. I have played with all the templates, without any problem – but today when I tried to install it in my Windows 2008 server I was stuck in the wsp deployment. It seems that I couldn’t deploy the WSP. Then, I remembered that Windows 2008 has increased security model which prevent accidental execution using privileged account.

A new born tool SharePoint Dispose Checker

English For anybody who works with SharePoint Object Model (SOM), you might have read these articles : Common Coding Issues When Using the SharePoint Object Model Using Disposable Windows SharePoint Services Objects If you have not read those articles, I suggest to spend your 10 minutes to read them. It was posted 1 year ago, but still relevant if you’re actively develop or do code quality control in SharePoint development.

Why Should We Use List and/or ID in Query String?

English (versi bahasa Indonesia) One of my team asked me why should we use “List={GUID}” and/or “ID={ItemID}” in query string? Can’t we use other query string name? My answer is yes you can use other query string name, but you will lost one of out of the box functionality. Why? Because when you keep with standar “List” or “ID” query string then you don’t need to parse it anymore – then SharePoint provides simple way to get SPList or SPListItem object using SPContext.

What can cause "Error page has been modified"

[Steve]( “[email protected]”) - Apr 5, 2009 With me it was because my page was detached from my page layout. Reattach the page to the Page Layout and it worked. Add your customisations into a web part zone to allow them to persist.

What can cause "Error page has been modified"

English (versi bahasa Indonesia) For anyone who customize SharePoint using SharePoint Designer, I believe you’ve familiar with “Error page has been modified”. The reason is obvious, you open the page in browser while modifying it using SharePoint Designer. Then save the page withing SharePoint Designer and try to access any links in that page. So, just go back , refresh and the link will works again. But how about in a case that this happened in production environment, where nobody edit the page behind the screen.

Creating Weather Webpart using SharePoint Designer

[bungarkka]( “[email protected]”) - Sep 5, 2008 atau gunakan Google Gadget dan tinggal copy kode nya ke dalam Content Editor Web Part. pastinya tidak serumit ini! dan tampilannya dijamin lebih keren! simak caranya disini http://bungarkka.wordpress.com/category/i-rss-rollups-dan-site-maps-7-3/ Weather on your site - Oct 2, 2009 This is classic asp script will allow you to monitor your current local weather via a Weather.com XML feed. It parses the XML data and then outputs formatted HTML.

Creating Weather Webpart using SharePoint Designer

English (versi bahasa Indonesia) Weather webpart is one of most popular wepart to place in homepage. Many available resources out-there in internet using C# and webservices. But instead of create weather webpart using Visual Studio I will show you how create it using SharePoint Designer. The process is pretty simple, 1. You need to create a new page in Sharepoint as working canvas. 2. In that working canvas, drop webpart zone and dataview webpart.

MOSS 2007 : Howto override page redirection Url

English (versi bahasa Indonesia) I had a question from one of my friend “How can I override page redirection Url?”. He was using inline C# code which is not my preference – because it adds additional page-parser process and introduce new security consideration. His code also diminish upload attachment function in the original form. My first suggestion was to create a new links that construct custom “Source=” url to the original form – but this is not what he looks for.

MOSS 2007: How to create sub menu for context item

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