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Aug
23
comment custom action rights
uhm, I guess u forgot to paste part of the cosutom action?
Aug
23
comment custom action rights
Could you post your custom action please ? Have you used List or ContentType registration? I think if you use List reegistration, that it will look for AddItem rights on the LIST (not on item). So you might need to register it on the Folder content type.
Aug
23
comment jQuery to modify SharePoint 2010 Column Width
Have you tried putting your selector line inside the "ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded" block? Because your selector will fail to retrieve anything before its loaded... Or have you tried putting it inside the "DoCustomizations" method? Since it's there for a reason
May
15
comment SharePoint 2010 - Best practices: how to handle assemblies [Discussion]
I've updated the post, maybe you understand my point now ? Basicly: Your SharePoint solution project will generate a WSP file, in the GAC an assembly with the same name should be found (if you did not change the wsp file name ofcourse). Now some people are buidling there solution so that this dll (the one with the same name as the wsp) will not be deployed to the GAC. => Making sure the Empty SharePoint Solution DOES NOT contain ANY .cs file.
May
15
revised SharePoint 2010 - Best practices: how to handle assemblies [Discussion]
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May
15
comment SharePoint 2010 - Best practices: how to handle assemblies [Discussion]
updated post to reply on this.
May
14
comment SharePoint 2010 - Best practices: how to handle assemblies [Discussion]
please read my post, this handles one specific item. this items is pretty important if you are familiar with SharePoint programming. Ofcourse there are alot of posts about best-practises, but this is not just another best-practise post. This realy regards one specific subject which will not have one answer. Never the less I would rly love to hear alot of opinions.
May
14
asked SharePoint 2010 - Best practices: how to handle assemblies [Discussion]
May
3
comment About SharePoint 2010 “select” column
Did it help u ? Plz mark as answer if it did
May
2
comment How do use MyWebpart in EventReceiver?
It's explained. It's not my code but I manage to understand it. It's a place to store some values for eacht webpart. U can change this to a xmlfile, database, SPList, or a generic collection... This code is loaded a webpart based on its name, because we need to know its asembly and classname we are storing those values in "ConfigFactory" for easy accessing
May
2
answered About SharePoint 2010 “select” column
May
2
comment Caching SPListItems with Permissions
Does this need any special threatment? Aslong as you do not elevate your code, the correct "version" will be cached (because of the users permissions)?
May
2
answered How do use MyWebpart in EventReceiver?
Apr
27
comment Opening Document's using Document ID (DocIdRedir.aspx) results in Read-Only mode
Hi, I have not realy verified the solution, but it might have something todo with the browsers safe zones (u can add sites to a trusted site)...
Apr
26
revised Sharepoint External Data field with multiple values
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Apr
26
answered Sharepoint External Data field with multiple values
Apr
26
comment HttpContext.Current.Session is null
This solution works 100%, verified.
Apr
26
comment Lists with lookup columns aren't saving - read only?
Can u post your code? Thanks
Apr
26
comment Programmaticly updating SPFileVersion.Properties Hashtable
Ye, but this was totally impossible this time... I would have said it was impossible but my colleague told them it was. So he promised to come with a solution, LOL :P
Apr
26
comment Programmaticly updating SPFileVersion.Properties Hashtable
No problem, it's a very weird issue (for my client). What i've created (the ability to remove rms from a document using a workflow) is in my opinion not good. It's not supposed to happen in SharePoint. But nevertheless, they want it that way... So now i have this strange problemn with the versions and would like to get this solved. Thanks for the help anyway Jasper! :)