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comment Fire events on TIME changed in date picker
This question seems to indicate it's not possible to do what I'm trying to do, at least in 2007: sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/9185/… Is this the case for 2010? Is there a clever work-around that I'm missing?
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asked Fire events on TIME changed in date picker
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8
comment stsadm migrateuser operation successful, but no change
Actually, the problem seemed to resolve itself over the weekend... I'm not sure if running it a few more times did anything or if really did need some sort of sync to run that only ran weekly. I'm not sure exactly what solved the problem as I tried many different things and then just let it sit over the weekend, but the above command was the only one that ever gave me an "operation successful" message, so it must have been that.
Apr
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asked stsadm migrateuser operation successful, but no change
Feb
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asked namespace on external content type
Jan
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Nov
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accepted ProcessBatchData error
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revised ProcessBatchData error
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answered ProcessBatchData error
Nov
14
comment ProcessBatchData error
Yes, my understanding was that it pointed to the same thing: at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPGlobal.HandleComException(COMException comEx) at Microsoft.SharePoint.Library.SPRequest.ProcessBatchData(String bstrUrl, String bstrData, ISPDataCallback pResultCallback) at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPWeb.ProcessBatchData(String strBatchData) at CMSync.CMSync.Execute(Guid targetInstanceId) at Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPTimerJobInvokeInternal.Invoke(SPJobDefinit‌​ion jd, Guid targetInstanceId, Boolean isTimerService, Int32& result)
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asked ProcessBatchData error
Nov
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accepted CAML query on external list: access denied by business connectivity services
Nov
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answered CAML query on external list: access denied by business connectivity services
Nov
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comment CAML query on external list: access denied by business connectivity services
Yes, that is all set as well. If I view the list normally as the system account or under my own account, I can see the items with no issues. It only gives me this permission error when accessing the items through the query.
Nov
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comment CAML query on external list: access denied by business connectivity services
Thanks for the comment. I have gone through and checked the permissions for the metadata store. The weird thing is that I can see the list normally so I clearly have access to the items. For the properties, I have tried replacing the line with "int i = items.Count;" and I get the same error. The problem is with accessing the SPListItemCollection somehow.
Nov
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asked CAML query on external list: access denied by business connectivity services
Oct
10
accepted “Invalid file name” error creating folder programmatically
Oct
10
comment “Invalid file name” error creating folder programmatically
Well, this goes to show that I should just leave my messy variable names in when pasting code here. By a weird stroke of luck, this is actually the problem. I was going to say that this was a typo again, but I looked at my code and I was accidentally referencing a different list.
Oct
10
revised “Invalid file name” error creating folder programmatically
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