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Jul
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Jul
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asked How to get List Title within Reusable Workflow
Feb
6
answered How to pass a default value to a Workflow Collect task?
Feb
6
asked How to pass a default value to a Workflow Collect task?
Jan
28
comment Associated workflow links to wrong destination workflow
Further information: To debug, I also drilled into "SharePoint Designer" > "All Files" > "Workflows" > Workflow A & B "xoml.wfconfig.xml" files > And the "Association ListID & TaskListID" are both pointed to the correct GUID values for the list and tasks they should be doing. This was another place I had read could be off, but it's looking right there as well.
Jan
28
comment Associated workflow links to wrong destination workflow
Additional Information: > SharePoint 2010 Enterprise > The workflow seems to work most of the time, but breaks maybe once a month. > Not sure if the workflow "breaking" is related to the list/workflow incorrect linking, but sure seems suspicious.
Jan
28
asked Associated workflow links to wrong destination workflow
Jan
25
comment Edit and Save in advanced mode, with no changes, results in error
Thanks @Dandroid. I've certainly been seeing that. You'll see in my comment above that SP Designer keeps moving my ending asp:Content tag up for some reason. Also, if I edit in advanced mode, it will put a <head></head> tag up top, which also causes this error. I just wonder what designer thinks to make it try these adjustments.
Jan
25
comment Edit and Save in advanced mode, with no changes, results in error
Follow up on this...I found a way to make it work, though my question still stands above. Here's how I had to do it: 1) In SharePoint designer, copy the original aspx page and rename the copy 2) Check Out 3) Open with Notepad 4) Make changes 5) Find the ending "asp:Content" tag, and move it to the very end of the page (repeat this for every change we make because it will move it every time) 6) Save/Close 7) Check In 8) View Page I found that each time I go to edit the page in Notepad, it will move the </asp:Content> tag ahead of a bunch of "WebPartPages:WebPartZone tags...EVERY TIME!
Jan
25
asked Edit and Save in advanced mode, with no changes, results in error
Jan
9
comment Why Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls over System.Web.UI.WebControls?
Sorry, I understand it was a bit vague. There's not one "dead-on" answer. I'm just curious to find some sites describing why "it will benefit you to use the SharePoint controls because..." For instance, the SP TextBox is better because it now provides built-in "X" in SharePoint. Comparisons like that, for some of the more common controls, laid out in a nice way. I agree I can go read through the docs for each one and try to figure it out one by one. This is just looking for a nice comparison resource is all.
Jan
9
comment Why Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls over System.Web.UI.WebControls?
I don't need explanations on all of the hundreds of controls. Maybe just 5-10 of the most commonly used would be nice - text box, drop-down, etc. I just would love to better understand that "It would help me to use a SharePoint text box over a "normal" one because of X, Y, and Z." I've found that on the DataGrid - built in paging and sorting. That's exactly what I'm after. Just curious to see some arguments/benefits for using other SP controls. What benefits have they added to make me want to use each.
Jan
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awarded  Student
Jan
8
asked Why Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls over System.Web.UI.WebControls?