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My Understanding is that your page is loading but the alert pop-up is not coming after the page is loaded. If that is the case you can directly add the below code under the Page_load/On_page_Load. alert('It worked'); Let me know if my understanding of the problem is wrong.


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I guess just writing tag may not work. We may need to register scripts. Not tested though, but you can try below. ScriptManager.RegisterStartupScript(this, GetType(), "yourFunction", "alert('Something');", true);


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Shortly: Open the Central Administration site for your SharePoint Foundation. To do this, on the SBS 2011 server, you click Start | All Programs | Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Products | SharePoint 2010 Central Administration Click "Configuring Outgoing E-mail Settings": Outbound SMTP Server: With SBS this is easy enough. Use the FQDN that will be ...


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I'm not aware of any conditions that could cause an alert to "expire" or otherwise be automatically pruned. Even when a document on which alerts are set expires or is deleted, the alerts will remain (which is honestly kind of an annoyance). If I had to venture a guess, it's either database corruption or some type of accident. Someone with site owner ...


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I've done some testing and here are my results: If you remove the default "Completed" option and re-add it, it will still trigger. If you remove the default "Completed" option and re-add it as "cOmPleTed", it will still trigger.



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