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comment RTE markup and Page Layout javascript error
If you switch back to v4.master does your page then work? If so what's the difference in Script tags if you view source?
May
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answered Tool to create ContentType CAML
May
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answered Switching to non-default Search Provider in OOB Search WebParts
May
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answered caml query to get listitem by Name field
May
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revised How can I tell SP installation of an existing SQL server
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May
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answered How can I tell SP installation of an existing SQL server
May
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answered How do you create an RSS URL that can be used on someone elses website from sharepoint 2010
May
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comment How to Add Reference for Microsoft.Sharepoint to a Web-Application
If you want to use SPContext.Current then you should be in the same ApplicationPool as SharePoint and then you'll bring down SharePoint anyway. If not then why in the same IIS directory? And yes you apparently have a dev server, but you're just also running production on it. Maybe take a look at CloudShare
May
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revised How do I programatically change the content type of an existing file?
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May
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answered How to Add Reference for Microsoft.Sharepoint to a Web-Application
May
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answered How do I programatically change the content type of an existing file?
May
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answered programmatically get IDs of list from urls
May
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answered Deploying custom webservices
May
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comment Access denied when code is executed remotely as a wcf service
Have you tried the workaround mentioned in the article you link to? Remember SPWebService has absolutely nothing to do with Web Services. And your code has nothing to do with WordService but only with starting a timer job (which happens to have something to do with WordService)
May
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comment Access denied when code is executed remotely as a wcf service
When you wrapped in RWEP did you change SPSite newspSite = SPContext.Current.Site into SPSite newspSite = new SPSite(SPContext.Current.Site.Id)? By the way you should NEVER write using (SPSite newspSite = SPContext.Current.Site) as this will dispose a SPSite you're not in control of.
May
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answered two column layout using XSLT of People Search Core Result WebPart
May
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answered linq to sharepoint and excessive cpu usage issue
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answered Convert document library word document to pdf using third party dll
May
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comment Add more to PlaceHolderMain (Custom)
Yeah, but you have the easy solution when it's already opened "wrongly" and you beat me by 4 seconds ... so Jonathan decides who wins
May
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answered Add more to PlaceHolderMain (Custom)