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Nevermind, found documentation on the matter. Here is a script to run to find the publicKeyToken for your assembly from the .snk file http://blogs.msdn.com/b/sharepointdeveloperdocs/archive/2010/11/05/quick-tip-find-the-four-part-name-for-an-assembly.aspx


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Solution found: a different sheet in the same Excel file was protected. This caused the problem. Strange though, as it was not the file the web part was directed to. Anyhow, case closed.


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You can use jquery in a Script Editor webpart on your NewForm or EditForm pages as follows to change the alert message: <script src="[yoursource]/jquery-1.11.2.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script> <script language="javascript" type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function(){ $("span[class=ms-formvalidation]:contains('This value ...


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If the pages reference, even one item from somewhere where you don't have rights you will get access denied. Run browser tools and start a network trace when you access the page. You should see all the requests being made for the page and resources. Review those and you should be able to see which element is being requested (and from where) that you can ...


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I had same issue. I simply had to provide global read access to the master page library. Site actions > site settings > Master Page and page layouts > Library tab > Permissions. Add All authenticated users to READ ONLY.


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The problem was the relationship on search: I change this: For this: Before was searching for the value, I changed to search the ID and it worked.


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the issue was with incorrect host file entry. Our networking team added entry in his host file which was pointing to old environment.


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Fix: I removed all of the security updates that were applied the same day I installed SP1, restarted the server, and was allowed to run the SharePoint Products Configuration Wizard immediately following the restart.


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SharePoint won't let you open certain pages with it's dialog framework. "So the conclusion is that if you want to show a page in modal dialog taking advantage of SharePoint Modal Dialog API, then you need to make sure that the page you want to show in modal dialog is derived from Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.LayoutsPageBase or the page is web part ...


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It's a setting on the web application: General Settings --> Resource Throttling. You can then disable the daily time window. I can't say I have ever used it but I would expect your indexed views or metadata filter navs to work regardless. I'd be interested to know if turning this off has any effect.


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Maybe below code for opening page in dialog works var options = { url:'../myPage.aspx?Leistung=MyParam', tite: 'tite', allowMaximize: false, showClose: true, width: 900, height: 700 } SP.SOD.execute('sp.ui.dialog.js', 'SP.UI.ModalDialog.showModalDialog', options);


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I just had this same issue and figured out what was causing it in my case. I had a list that triggered a workflow to create a folder in a document library based on the list item's Title. The user that kept having the issue was copying and pasting the titles. This was occasionally causing a space at the end of the title. I'm not sure exactly why it caused ...


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Looks like you have the custom webpart which you uploaded into the Site collections's web part gallery. I think you need to deploy and install that solution in order to use it. You need to add solution 1st Add-SPSolution After that you need to install it.Install-SPSolution Sometime you need to enable it at site collection, depends upon the scope. ...



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