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Dec
6
comment How to resolve “One or more field types are not installed properly” Error
Thank you Alexander. I checked the log and the error was referring to another list. Not the one I thought I was having problems with.
Aug
7
comment Access Denied when using CancelWithRedirectURL
Wow! That worked (I had to replace the ~site with the actual value). Thank you so much!
Aug
7
comment Access Denied when using CancelWithRedirectURL
Ok. I figured it out. The root of my web application didn't have the user. I added authenicated users to the visitors group and now I can see the error page. Is this standard practice? I see that the application page is added to the layouts folder so access to the web application makes sense. Is there anyway around this? Thanks for any advice.
Mar
26
comment Difference when creating SharePoint 2010 groups programatically and the web interface
When I tried to add to the Groups column, I received the following error. You cannot add a group directly to the Groups collection. You can add a group to the SiteGroups collection. That's probably why I used SiteGroups.
Mar
26
comment Difference when creating SharePoint 2010 groups programatically and the web interface
Thank you SPDuFeu.
Oct
12
comment No InfoPath forms in SP 2013 workflows?
Thank you Gennady! That was what I was looking for.
May
14
comment Permissions issue using SPJobDefinition
So it sounds like writing to the EventLog is out of the question for this process. As for the web.config file, it sounds like I have to come up with another solution. Thank you for your help!
May
14
comment Permissions issue using SPJobDefinition
Hi Per - I updated my original question to show the code I use to write to the EventLog. You think that might still be the problem?
Feb
21
comment Why do I get only 1 ItemAttachmentDeleting event when deleting more than 1 file in WSS 3.0
Thank you Alex. On the AttachmentDelete/Deleting events, I'm seeing BeforeUrl as null. On the AttachmentAdded/Adding events, BeforeUrl does contain the filename. Either 3.0 is screwed up or it's me. I'm glad to see it works in 2010 as I would expect it to. Unfortunately, I'm stuck in 3.0 for awhile so I'll have to come up with some sort of work around.
Jun
1
comment How can I hide allitems.aspx from curious people?
the $("#WebPartWPQ1").html(""); worked. Thank you Tim.
May
31
comment How can I hide allitems.aspx from curious people?
Deepu, what is Limited Contribute? Where would this be configured? Thank you!
May
31
comment How can I hide allitems.aspx from curious people?
Another great idea but we're not using anonymous access. The users all have AD accounts and must use them to log in. We just don't want those users getting to this data. I really appreciate you taking your time James to help. I'll keep investigating further. Thank you.
May
31
comment How can I hide allitems.aspx from curious people?
Thanks James. I did try this. But then the administrator couldn't see any of the items. I ended up with 2 views (one with the filter and one without) but it then didn't stop the users from choosing the other view. I should have been more clear in my original post.
Apr
22
comment How to query using CAML when a value has < in the value
That seemed to have worked. I know my strings will contain other characters like & < > " ' so I handled that as well.
Apr
22
comment How to query using CAML when a value has < in the value
I'm trying something like this: var a = "Value < 10"; var newA = a.replace(/&/g, "&amp;").replace(/</g,"&lt;").replace(/>/g, "&gt;").replace(/'/g,"&#039;").replace(/"/g, "&quot;"); Where I will pass in newA to the CAML query.
Apr
22
comment How to query using CAML when a value has < in the value
The value I'm specifically looking for is: Value < 10. Not just any string that has a < in it. The < is actually part of the overall value I'm looking for. Thank you for your assistance.