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SharePoint Projects Technical Coordinator @ ScienceSoft Inc.


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answered Indexing a content database then replacing it with a more up to date version of the database is full crawl needed
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answered External list with friendly display names for columns
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answered Disable value in dropdown menu after being selected
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comment Show standard Sharepoint Ribbon in a custom list form
Are they worth accepting? :)
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comment Show standard Sharepoint Ribbon in a custom list form
you might try make all fields optional and enforce your own custom validation to gain even more flexibility and avoid validation of the hidden webpart. also you will have to override the "raisepostbackevent" method of your form and do your custom logic to process data from your form. check the command of the postback (it may be "EditItem" or any else the ribbon emits) and do the corresponding logic. you can also try to decompile the listform webpart and see how it actually enables ribbon and take its code but this has a risk to face a lot of "sharepoint magic" that cannot be used outside SP.
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comment Show standard Sharepoint Ribbon in a custom list form
3) hide the listforwebpart on prerender. This solution is quite dirty but when you realize how it all works you will be able to come to the idea how to make it more clear. Like my team and me did :) I wish you good luck
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comment Show standard Sharepoint Ribbon in a custom list form
2) Make sure that there is actually a listformwebpart on the page
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comment Show standard Sharepoint Ribbon in a custom list form
1) Ensure that your page inherits from a webpart page
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answered Show standard Sharepoint Ribbon in a custom list form
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comment Sharepoint Loading Slowly Internally But Not Externally
Search the ULS trace for the requests from outside and inside ones and then compare them. That should give a clue.
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answered System.ArgumentNullException on feature enabling
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answered New line break in survey of sharepoint 2007
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answered SharePoint - Site Usage Summary on Another Site?
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answered SharePoint2010 restore does not restore the tags