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Mar
14
comment UpdateListItems in a library with client object model
I added the query.FolderServerRelativeUrl = string.Format("{0}/My Folder", rootFolder.ServerRelativeUrl); into my code and everything works like charm with the com way. Thank you!!!
Mar
13
comment UpdateListItems in a library with client object model
Please see my second Edit. Now I’m using the client object model. It works for libraries, but how could I access to a folder in the library?
Mar
13
comment UpdateListItems in a library with client object model
Okay, do you have a small example, who it works with the com? I think it is like UpdatingClientObjects, but I’m not sure how I get the list from a library.
Mar
13
comment UpdateListItems in a library with client object model
I tested it with the FileRef and as value the http path to the library, same problem...
Mar
13
comment UpdateListItems in a library with client object model
Is there a better way in SP2010?
Mar
13
comment UpdateListItems in a library with client object model
Look at my Edit I have copied the code part in it. I use the GUID . I haven’t tried it with FileRef, how does it works with FileRef?
Mar
12
comment Create a directory at SharePoint without the Microsoft.SharePoint assembly from C#
All right, thanks a lot.
Mar
8
comment Create a directory at SharePoint without the Microsoft.SharePoint assembly from C#
In addition, does the program run on a pc without SharePoint installation, if I use the SharePoint Services?
Mar
8
comment Create a directory at SharePoint without the Microsoft.SharePoint assembly from C#
Does the UpdateListItems method also work for libraries in SharePoint? It sounds like it’s for lists and pages with asmx extension. Greetz?
Mar
7
comment Create a directory at SharePoint without the Microsoft.SharePoint assembly from C#
Well, I will have a look tomorrow and gave you feedback, how it works.
Mar
7
comment Create a directory at SharePoint without the Microsoft.SharePoint assembly from C#
Yea, that’s actually the way which I use at the moment… But sadly the Metadata are missing at the directories. Could I add them afterwards?
Nov
22
comment Set SP.UI.Status or SP.UI.Notify at PostBack
That exactly what I mean! I didn’t know anything about the ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded() method. I could solved it with: this.Page.ClientScript.RegisterStartupScript(this.GetType(), "test", "ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(test, 'sp.js');", true);. Thanks!!!
Nov
22
comment Set SP.UI.Status or SP.UI.Notify at PostBack
Mhm how should that work? Output is not a method. I tried it with ScriptManager.RegisterStartupScript(Page, Page.GetType(), "test", "test();", true); but here i get following error: Microsoft JScript runtime error: Unable to get value of the property 'addStatus': object is null or undefined. I think at that point, the SP.UI.Status.addStatus is not ready, right? If I executed the function with a test button everything works fine.
Nov
21
comment InputFormSection adding more space than it should
Thanks. Works great!
Nov
14
comment Can’t add deployed web part to SharePoint (web part missing)
Btw, what is the different between the Release "/bin/release" and the package (pkg, pkgobj, obj). Greetz
Nov
14
comment Can’t add deployed web part to SharePoint (web part missing)
See my Additional informations. Is it really enough just to deploy the *.wsp? Thanks. Greetz
Nov
10
comment Is it possible to access the web part properties from a dialog?
Okay, this alternative is nice, if the information doesn’t contain sensitive data. In my case, I needed a safer way, so I decided to use the session. Thanks for your replay, good to know that there are more ways to do that. Greetz
Nov
7
comment Is it possible to access the web part properties from a dialog?
I’m sorry, that doesn't help me. In the article they use a sandbox solution. I use a farm web part. I also don’t find a passage, where they access a custom property from the calendar dialog, or have I missed something? Greetz
Oct
20
comment GridView CommandField issue
That's great! Thank you. You earned a new achievement: New blog reader. :) Greetz.
Oct
19
comment GridView CommandField issue
See my Last Change:. Thanks.