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Jul
3
comment How to add a relative url link to a page from a Link button on a web part SharePoint 2010
Writing just page name only. It tries to navigate to http://<servername>/_controlTemplates/<SiteName>/Page.aspx
Jul
3
comment How to add a relative url link to a page from a Link button on a web part SharePoint 2010
Simple page name doesn't work. It tries to look for the page at Site Collection Level. Not under Site Pages.
Jul
3
comment How to add a relative url link to a page from a Link button on a web part SharePoint 2010
Indeed Response.Redirect works but I am curious to know is it poosible by setting the page URL in HTML or PostBackURL.
Jul
3
comment How to add a relative url link to a page from a Link button on a web part SharePoint 2010
I want to avoid Site Collection and site name.
Jun
26
comment Accessing Webservice from SharePoint 2010
I guess with this approach I'll have cross domain issues if web service is deployed to a different doamin. Isn't it?
Jun
24
comment Exposing WCF for client Scripts from SharePoint 2010
If will be inheriting from IIS. Anonymous I belive
Aug
8
comment Consuming a WCF with ChannelFactory
It worked though by omitting binding properties assignment. I was wondering why my code worked in Program.cs but not when accessing from other application.
Aug
6
comment Use WCF without adding its reference
Yes something like this. Idea is I want to create a wcf client and and create my own class there which implements the same interface that wcf has and use my own class to call the service methods. I think this makes my independent of WCF if any class name changes but the interface doesn't.
Aug
6
comment Use WCF without adding its reference
I am looking something like Dependency Injection, unity framework and Inversion of Control.
Aug
2
comment Activating Site Collection Level Feature with PowerShell Script
yea I was using $spWeb.url. But when i try to find the feature with $webFeature = Get-SPFeature -Web $spSiteCollection | where-object {$_.displayname -eq $webFeatureName} it wont find it and exit.
May
24
comment Set SSRS Report Parameter Through JavaScript
Well this is my limitation. I can not do that.I need to do it on a web part page which already shows another page within a IFrame which is my target page.
May
24
comment Set SSRS Report Parameter Through JavaScript
I think if I am running my report on a Web Part page can I still use rp: to pass my parameter? I doubt this?
May
24
comment Set SSRS Report Parameter Through JavaScript
Please see the edit.I am using report viewer web part.
May
3
comment SSRS Parameters passed through URL not refreshed on Web Part Page
Well I am trying to view my report on a web part page rather than on Report server default url. But anyways thanks for your inputs. I resolved my issue its not related to SP 2010.
Feb
1
comment Links Web Part in SharePoint 2010
please see my updates.
Feb
1
comment Links Web Part in SharePoint 2010
I tried the way you said but it doesn't give me a tabular view rather it groups the items like a Tree view with "+" sign in front of each category (group by column). What I am looking for is I have added in my question.
Jan
31
comment Links Web Part in SharePoint 2010
No My site is not a publishing site, I am using "Links" web part not Summary Link web part.
Jan
7
comment Adding Report Viewer Control on Custom Web Part ASCX Control
Well thing is I need both the assemblies in my solution and don't know how to tell which assembly Report Viewer control should point to.
Jan
4
comment Adding Report Viewer Control on Custom Web Part ASCX Control
I see the problem is conflict between Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms and the same assembly inside Microsoft.ReportingServices.SharePoint.UI.WebParts.That is why I can not add explicit referece of Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms.
Jan
3
comment Adding Report Viewer Control on Custom Web Part ASCX Control
No I am not using 3 versions of RV.And I don't see any reference to older versions either.