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accepted Deleting SPListItem in event receiver - very long time
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comment Deleting SPListItem in event receiver - very long time
Ok, so on the list that caused the problems I had one more lookup, to some different list (X), where the 'cascade delete' behavior was selected. Removing it actualy helps, so thanks for the tip. I just dont know why this was causing a problem, if I understand correctly - when I delete an item form X, every item on my problematic list which has a lookup to that item will be deleted as well, but nothing like this occurs in my case
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revised Deleting SPListItem in event receiver - very long time
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asked Deleting SPListItem in event receiver - very long time
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comment Modifying XSL for multi lookup field
I try: <xsl:for-each select="msxsl:node-set($tokens)/ids/id"> <xsl:value-of select="." /> </xsl:for-each> but nothing gets displayed..any ideas? sorry for duble-comment btw
Oct
16
comment Modifying XSL for multi lookup field
I was quite busy with other stuff, i forgot about this one sorry. well unfortunately i'm not able to get the values yet, the way I try to get them now (just the ones from multilookup, so I don't think about $multiplyingValue yet) is to parse the value of the field (like 1;#7;#2:17). I managed to get something like this in a variable: <ids><id>1</id><id>7</id><id>2</id><id>17</id></ids> so I thought iterating through this and getting every second value would work, but I cant iterate with for-each though this.
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asked Modifying XSL for multi lookup field
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accepted Powershell deployment with nant - problem with script arguments
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comment Powershell deployment with nant - problem with script arguments
the 'file not found' occurs because it tries to exec Identity PkbInfo.SP.wsp -literalpath $args[0] -GACDeployment, so obviously i do not have a file named '$args[0]' ;)
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asked Powershell deployment with nant - problem with script arguments
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accepted ProcessBatchData - update a currency field
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answered ProcessBatchData - update a currency field