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Jul
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answered Changing sql servers crashes sharepoint
Jun
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comment Changing sql servers crashes sharepoint
I'm not sure I fully understand your problem here - mainly because of your last statement. It seems like your reference to new SQL instance is not being picked up (otherwise just attaching to the old instance would not work). Have you tried using an Alias? I would also review your SQL security and validate all logons and groups are present on the new instance.
Jun
29
revised How to put an iFrame with a QueryString appended in its src in the ContentEditorWebPart?
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Jun
29
answered How to put an iFrame with a QueryString appended in its src in the ContentEditorWebPart?
Jun
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comment How to put an iFrame with a QueryString appended in its src in the ContentEditorWebPart?
right - but I'm not still not clear. Is it not executing at all (none of the script block) OR is it executing and failing?
Jun
29
comment Publish InfoPath form in SharePoint 2013 not working
You are correct. Server 2008+ requires Desktop Experience to enable WebDav. MS has a reference section on MSDN on protocols used for SharePoint: msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/… -- If you look at [MS-IPFF2] - you will see it does indeed use the WebDav protocol. You could also use a tool like Fiddler to see the protocol requests.
Jun
29
comment How to put an iFrame with a QueryString appended in its src in the ContentEditorWebPart?
I would run a debug session in you browser - Is your code being hit on refresh or is it skipping it? If you have an error in your getLoggedUser(). My guess here is you are returning a null or undefined reference back for your use and that is killing your JS - so the SRC never gets updated. Run a browser debug session (F12) and set some breakpoints on the above to see what is happening and let us know what is being returned.
Jun
17
answered Wildcard on usernames in search scopes
Jun
14
comment Learning Dataview webpart and xsl
Unfortunately yes. There are XSL/XST tools you cam use to help with templating and formatting. Its been a few years since I've really done anything with those tools but at that time I was using tools from Altova. They are pretty high end and I'm sure there are some less expensive and easier tools to assist with this.
Jun
13
answered SharePoint 2013: No Code Solution for Modal Dialog on All Task Lists in Site
Jun
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comment Learning Dataview webpart and xsl
I don't' do much XSL these days but on 2007 that was my approach - get as far as you can with the DVWP then tweak the template from there. In regards to the step by step - I'm not aware of any. I would take the similar approach above - setup up your lists/data sources in 2010 add your XSLTWebPart and get as far as you can in SPD. Then open it up and update the XSLT based on what you had in 2007.
Jun
12
answered SP 2013 and InfoPath 2013
Jun
12
answered SharePoint 2013: Search question -> Searching document title and version!
Jun
12
answered Custom search with options to include other sources
Jun
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answered Learning Dataview webpart and xsl
Jun
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answered Installing and Configuring RBS on SharePoint 2010?
Jun
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answered refiner accuracy index in SP13
Jun
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answered What is the max limit of community members in SharePoint 2013?