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Not much info to go buy, but if you imported a custom web part to another SharePoint site, it will not work! The reason is that the assembly behind the web part is not allowed to run on that site by the safe mode parser (SafeControls in web.config). Try and install the web part solution in the new SharePoint solution and see if this solves the problem!


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You can used Exchange Managed API for building the reservation system. I have developed the similar reservation system using SharePoint 2007 and Exchange Server 2010 You can add all you resources, rooms, projectors and book them very easily. You might need to fix some permissions on resources like FreeBusy information etc. etc. How to configure the ...


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The limit of items to be accessed in one call by the Client Object Model is defined by the SPWebApplication.ClientCallableSettings.MaxObjectPaths property. This applies to Add, Delete and Update operations too. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/microsoft.sharepoint.administration.spwebapplication.clientcallablesettings.aspx ...


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I believe I have found it. As of today 8 april 2013 this seems to be a bug with the current version of Visual Studio 2013 and SharePoint 2013 developer tools. This link points to the original Connect discussion: here. All context match: attempt to use a resource in the .ascx file, empty g.cs file, error message... Hello, I am running VS Ultimate 2012 ...


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Don't know if the OP still need this, but I hope it may be usefull to anyone experiencing the same issue. Turn out that Wictor Wilén has built a visual studio extension that manages the aforementioned setting automatically. You can find it on the Visual Studio Gallery under the name "SPResX Visual Studio 2012 Extension". It also offer the ability to ...


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How do you mean? Most of the resources files can be found under C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\Web Server Extensions\15\Resources, and hence can be altered without deploying a solution. But it is probably wise to update your resources also in your solution, to prevent it from overwriting your changes on the next deploy


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user19100, I'm assuming that your resource pool is a customized calendar, or at least similar to a calendar, used to reserve resources for an amount of time. To combat the view of only the title in the graphic view, you can create a couple of columns and display those so it's easier to see exactly how long the resource is allocated for. First create a ...


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In SharePoint 2010, group calendar feature enables you to book resources like rooms, equipments etc without having to write a single line of code. You can even create calendar overlays with your Exchange Server in a single SharePoint Calendar Hoping against hope, if you want a very specific custom solution you can use Exchange Server Managed API or classic ...


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Resources location hasn't changed since 2007 or 2010. Try looking in %SYSTEMROOT%\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\Resources for local resources. If you can't find the Resource file having it there, then try the Global Resources folder in %SYSTEMROOT%\inetpub\wwwroot\wss\VirtualDirectories\<YourSiteFolderHere>


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See there are several things to consider - if your web-part is designed for all (maybe almost) web applications in the server farm, deploy it in GAC. But if you know that the web-part is developed for one particular application why bother putting it into GAC? rather put it in bin. You also have the option of embedded resource, though very uncommon but that's ...


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I've found a post on msdn that explains the request limits on the bottom of the page. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/jj163082.aspx SharePoint has a 2 MB limit for an operations request, and a 50 MB limit for the size of a submitted binary object. The request size is limited to protect the server from excessively long queues of ...



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