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comment New-SPContentDatabase creates database with guid instead of name
If you remove the " | Out-Null" from the end of the New-SPContentDatabase you should see the output. The out-null actually hides the normal output.
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comment Access Secure Store Service from Timer Job
As far as I know, the timer service needs to run as the database access account. See the 'Farm Service Account' section here: technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc678863.aspx
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comment New-SPContentDatabase creates database with guid instead of name
What is the output from New-SPContentDatabase? There should be 4 properties it lists, Id, Name, Server, CurrentSiteCount.
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answered Access Secure Store Service from Timer Job
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answered Can we modify an existing site collection to become a host named site collection
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comment Can InfoPath forms have multiple code-behind files?
Thanks for the correction there. It helps to use the right name for things, huh? :)
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answered Is it possible to Enable SP SessionStateService for “a specific” SP Web application?
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comment Can InfoPath forms have multiple code-behind files?
public partial class FormCode { public class SubCls { public void SetField(XPathNavigator x, XmlNamespaceManager m) { //Set Field } } } SubCls would be the subclass I was referring to. With this setup, I can now do something like "SubCls c = new SubCls(); c.SetField();"
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revised Can InfoPath forms have multiple code-behind files?
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comment Can InfoPath forms have multiple code-behind files?
Why would it make the intended usage of InfoPath impossible? Adding additional code files to the project doesn't break anything. Using partial classes is all the same to the compiler. I knew my above idea worked no problem from past experience, and have just tested to subclass method to prove it works as well. While I will agree that if you have to put code-behind in your InfoPath forms you're likely going to have to have a bad time, it was part of the original question. It was a situation the poster inherited, not one he was designing.