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As Trevor has suggested in comments you can't use SSOM code to copy list items from one farm to other farm. Other alternative for SharePoint 2007 are: 1) Lists Web Service (http:///_vti_bin/Lists.asmx): You can use List Web Service to copy items. The Lists Web service provides methods for working with SharePoint lists, content types, list items, and ...
Apart of the customization's you have done with your SharePoint, no need to copy any element from 12 hive. Simply install SharePoint on new server and follow the same steps you mentioned (backup/restore database and then reattach to SharePoint). In case you have any customization's in SharePoint (i.e custom solutions, web parts etc), you have to deploy the ...
I ended up creating a blank page with a single i-frame to display the outside URL. Users can then run the canned site usage report to see who accessed the page when.
Couldn't find how to resolve this issue, but did a uninstall/reinstall of Sharepoint 2007. The problem did not occur after the reinstall.
OOTB SharePoint Custom List have attachment facility which one can use through ribbon. Also you can add custom button to perform same without using ribbon. Now if you still want to go with separate column functionality then... You can use SharePoint Column type "Publishing Hyperlink" and you can directly provide provision to user to upload attachments from ...
Permanent Fix: Install the Hot fix! A hotfix is available for the ASP.NET browser definition files in the .NET Framework 2.0 SP2 and in the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 We can also force Internet explorer 10 to work on IE9 compatibility mode by setting the META tag in SharePoint Master page: <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=EmulateIE9"> ...
You can use a calculated field with formula like: =IF([ID]="A","1",IF([ID]="B","2",IF([ID]="C","3","")))
A user needs to have Full Control of the site in which the document library is located before they can access Explorer View. I had previously given the user full control at document library level and they still couldn't access Explorer View. So I granted them full control at site level and they were then able to access Explorer View.
The IIS website is run by either USERS or IIS_IUSRS. Try to do following: Open the Central Administration in IIS. Right click on it & click Explorer. Right click on the folder pointed by the web. Go to security tab, add IIS_IUSRS or USERS group with Read permission. I hope this might help you...!
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