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Can you check for duplicate SharePoint lists with the same name in each of the Site's within View All Site Content. I have seen those cause problems in Managing Content and Structure. If you get a duplicate list make sure your Recycle Bin is switched on then delete the list and restore using the Recycle Bin. Regards Simon


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There are no official statements on the structure in the WSP's generated from saving a site as template and it is for sure not a template that you should reuse or build on. IMO it's a really messy export that is hard to understand and maintain. (Some sources says it's a best practice to work on the exported WSP, but it definatley is not!) I do recommend ...


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Maintain a single site collection.For each customer maintain different subsites. Root Site -> Maintain all the components which are common to all customers. Customer Site(Subsite) ->maintain things are pertaining only to that customer(lists/doc library) All Subsites,break the inheritance so that one customer doesnt get to see others information. Develop ...


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There could be many ways, however with some constraints, and even require development. Simple scenarios: Use CQWP (Content Query Web Part) is the most simple to use - it does however require Publishing Sites (or to activate Publishing infrastructure). This allows for rollup of content across the whole site collection, including targeting a particular list ...


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How have you upgraded? A new server with a DB attach? It looks like you have features installed in your old farm which are not present in your new farm. You have a couple of choices here:- 1) Find the features in your old farm, disable/remove them if possible, do the DB attach again with a fresh copy of the DB. 2) Find the missing features and bring them ...


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Yup, Most likely there is a corrupt feature in your site collection, it normally happens when you delete a feature without deactivating it, but i dont know what happened in this case. The best thing is to retract the feature solution from central admin, if you deployed it using wsp, otherwise you can use a STSADM command to un install the feature using ...


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You can do this codeless. If i am right, you want deep structure at same list. I consider you have 3 fields. While you are creating first(customer) field, make it single line or lookup from another list. Second one is lookup from same list and look it up from first(customer) field. And third one is same, look it up from second one. finally you can have ...


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My guess is the nested <p> tags. There's one around the whole thing and then some nested within -- e.g. around the logo image. SP 2010 tries hard to clean up your HTML for you. If there is any mark up that it considers incorrect it will attempt to rewrite it "properly". It gets confused easily. I would recommend making your RC as barebones as possible. ...


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Nothing you can do about it, without custom development. The OOTB RTE is far from optimal. The perfect RTE does not exist, unfortunately. In my opinion, you have 2 options here: Extend the OOTB RTE, create a CSS adapter or use some JQuery to fix the markup Implement another RTE. Take a look at the Telerik RadEditor for SharePoint. They also have their ...


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1) Assuming you have the Publishing feature enabled, you can change your homepage to whatever you want it to be using the "Welcome Page" option in Site Settings. Choose one of the pages and customize it however you want. 2) This depends entirely on your internal policies - you will always have to create site collections before you create sites, but at the ...


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Having done some investigation on this, I think you will find this is down to the fact that by default they can only query 1000 lists. If you go into the report definition you can override this by entering "" into the "CAML List Type" field. The '0' here means no limit. Doing this however could cause problems in your environment as the reports place quite a ...



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