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Time ago I said to a punny swordman "I am not stupid enough to use a cannon to hunt a rabbit".

Then WHY on earth I am still here, using SharePoint to replace an app server? Maybe using Yorula to cut that server in half could be a good idea, after all... This application does not belong there.


Message Offered by the "Do not use SharePoint as a Tomcat Replacement: for a world where SharePoint apps have something to do with SharePoint" committee.


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answered Understanding authorization schemas for a custom SharePoint web service
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comment Understanding authorization schemas for a custom SharePoint web service
@rene - see above edit. This error is rapidly destroying the few solid points I had about WCF/Rest.
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revised Understanding authorization schemas for a custom SharePoint web service
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comment Understanding authorization schemas for a custom SharePoint web service
I am going to try a standard c# client and will report shortly. What I mean by "working" is that fiddler shows me that the server is actually processing the call. Basically, just that the uri gets recognized instead of just throwing a "no endpoint found" error.
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asked Understanding authorization schemas for a custom SharePoint web service
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accepted Cannot add reference to SharePoint hosted wcf service in a Silverlight 5 project
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comment Document sets losing their Welcome Page
Still no official reference. Anyway, you could try the script posted on this blog. Doesn't provide a reason but it could provide a fix. See Here
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comment Document sets losing their Welcome Page
Then I am pretty sure that you are experiencing an infamous bug that manifest itself just the way you described (wrong icons and missing welcome pages). Problem is - I never had that bug on sets created from the interface: as far as I know the bug should be triggered by a corrupted set state, something that you can achieve only with an incorrect set creation process. I will try to see if I can find out something more accurate.
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answered incremental-update to feature in sharepoint by powershell
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comment incremental-update to feature in sharepoint by powershell
Ok, I think we have enough info now. Give me some time and I will try to wrap up an answer.
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comment incremental-update to feature in sharepoint by powershell
Wait... you lose the data if you deploy the solution from Visual Studio? are you sure you are not triggering Visual Studio deploy conflicts resolution?
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comment Document sets losing their Welcome Page
I was wondering. How were those content types created? Interface? Code? Declarative feature? Does by any means the folder icon show signs of bug to - do the set still have the set icon or it is replaced by the folder one??
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comment incremental-update to feature in sharepoint by powershell
Why would you lose the record by deactivating the feature? To provide any help, we need to know the feature contents (what the feature contains? what does it to?). Does it delete the list on deactivation?
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answered how to give popup for a panel?
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reviewed Edit suggested edit on SharePoint Online and execute query async
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revised SharePoint Online and execute query async
fixed type-o's, improved formatting
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comment Single feature management
Since the answer could greatly depend on how you define your feature, could you please add some more info about the desired outcome? or are you just wondering how SharePoint handles changes to existing/deployed features?
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revised ReportViewer.dwp not working - Session state has been disabled
Included part of the error message in title. should improve search.
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Deploying approval workflow in 2010 as wsp?
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answered ReportViewer.dwp not working - Session state has been disabled