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revised How can I cause an InfoPath Form Web Part to load a previously filled form?
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asked How can I cause an InfoPath Form Web Part to load a previously filled form?
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awarded  Curious
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asked How to find where a web part has been placed
Apr
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asked When creating a list, the URL has ListName1
Apr
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comment web.config Entries not Being Removed During Feature Deactivation
I posted a similar question to the OZMOSS mailing list and received a reply from Matt Menezes, pointing to a detailed post on his blog which includes a lot of detail and cross-links: spmatt.wordpress.com/2012/10/10/…
Apr
9
comment Configuring Search Core Results Web Part for Current Site
"path" was the property I didn't locate.
Apr
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accepted Configuring Search Core Results Web Part for Current Site
Apr
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asked Configuring Search Core Results Web Part for Current Site
Apr
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comment web.config Entries not Being Removed During Feature Deactivation
@rjcup - Please excuse my tardy reply. I've been on a month-long holiday. I can add web.config entries OK but cannot remove them from the web.config. Like you, I can see they're being removed (in the debugger) but the web.config file doesn't update. I'm not too fond of my workarounds either.
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awarded  Popular Question
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asked web.config Entries not Being Removed During Feature Deactivation
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awarded  Popular Question
Jun
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answered I'm trying to understang how AJAX and Sharepoint play together
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revised I'm trying to understang how AJAX and Sharepoint play together
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Jun
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comment I'm trying to understang how AJAX and Sharepoint play together
I don't understand what you mean when you ask if AJAX can live on a separate web server to SharePoint. AJAX is a client-side mechanism that enables updates to the data on the page without having to go through a full page lifecycle rather than a server technology. If by this statement you mean the service it talks to, that's going to depend on whether your data exists inside SharePoint or not. If so, you're going to have to be communicating with SharePoint services.
May
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comment Force on-demand DVWP async refresh
And here was I thinking I was on my way to another Tumbleweed! I'm thinking this is pretty much what I'm going to have to do. I don't think I can update a dataview from JavaScript at all. It wouldn't be a hack - I'd be using the JavaScript Client OM to refresh a custom UI component. I was thinking that seeing as I'd already done the work on the DataView, I might be able to retrofit an update from the client. Cheers.