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I am Sharepoint Developer who likes to learn from others and help out here and there.


Jun
6
awarded  Yearling
Jan
30
comment Is SPUtility.MakeBrowserCacheSafeLayoutsUrl Method useful at all?
I suggest post your on comment as answer and accept it, so the community knows that this question has been answered.
Jan
30
comment Is SPUtility.MakeBrowserCacheSafeLayoutsUrl Method useful at all?
Glad to hear that, because I would have been really disappointed if this method prooved to be unreliable. :)
Jan
29
comment Is SPUtility.MakeBrowserCacheSafeLayoutsUrl Method useful at all?
Hi Denis. I have also checked with reflector the SPUtility class. Indeed it uses an internal SPVolatileCache object, but that object is "zeroed out" by the constructor of the SPUtility class, and that being a static class, it should reinitialize and call the constructor on every IISReset. Would you mind chatting with me on this, so we might find the cause of the problem together?
Jan
28
comment Changes to the Layouts folder do not apply
That is correct. My solution works only if: you change the contents of the files, after that you change the version in the query string in all references of that file, meaning you probably modify the master page, after that you need to pack all this in a WSP and deploy it and do an IISReset. While this is not a problem for files living under _layouts, because deployment would be anyway the only way to update them, this solution is not working for files under the style library, because if they are modified directly from SharePointDesigner, the version isn't changed.
Jan
28
comment Changes to the Layouts folder do not apply
Yes, IISReset is usually done outside of business hours, I agree with you. But I don't understand what are you trying to proove? IISReset is the only option? IISReset is not necessary because you can just do CTRL+F5? What is your recommendation actually?
Jan
28
revised Changes to the Layouts folder do not apply
Made answer more clear.
Jan
28
comment Changes to the Layouts folder do not apply
Maybe my answer is not clear enough, I will modify it to make sure what I really meant.
Jan
28
comment Changes to the Layouts folder do not apply
Usually when you deploy WSPs to production (which is the only way to refresh files under _layouts) you also do an IISRESET. But without changing the version in the querystring, there is no guarantee that new version of the files will be taken. Telling users that they should hit CTRL+F5 or they should clear browser cache, is not desirable in most organizations: you want your deployments be as invisible as possible, trying not to make any noise about it :)
Jan
28
answered Changes to the Layouts folder do not apply
Jan
27
answered What is best way manage SharePoint webpart access to database?
Dec
11
comment SubSite creating = File Not Found
How do you refer your master page on your page? Do you use the ~masterurl/default.master token or something else?
Dec
11
comment SubSite creating = File Not Found
Is this module deployed by a feature? If yes, when you go to the hive folder can you find the under TEMPLATE/Features/<FeatureName>/Files/_catalogs/masterpage/ the EBICMaster.master file? Because that's where it is looking for it. Plus, there is an unnecessary "`" sign before RootWebOnly, but probably that is only a typo here, in the question.
Nov
11
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awarded  Constituent
Oct
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awarded  Caucus
Sep
16
comment Who earns most, ITPro or Developers?
Please see my edited answer
Sep
16
revised Who earns most, ITPro or Developers?
Added explanation of the terms
Sep
16
answered Who earns most, ITPro or Developers?
Aug
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reviewed No Action Needed Update list view title using Views.asmx web service?