I'll be frank the MS documentation for MS web services is terrible / non existent. Do any books exist or web sites that provide full detailed documentation of the usage of SharePoint exposed web services?
Anything specific you are looking for?
Here is something on MSDN - http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd878586%28v=office.12%29.aspx
Typically when trying something I haven't done before I'll open up WebServices Studio (http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/webservicestudio20) and make the calls to see what is passed and returned. This tool makes it pretty easy to get a good look at what is available and how you work with it.
returned or page through them. So I need the Search Paging and Search Statistics web parts. Now both of these require connecting to the Search Core Results web part (according to MS documentation), however when I try to add a web part connection in SharePoint designer I get an error dialog saying: The Search Paging Web Part does not support connections. So how can I connect these up? I cannot...This is my first time working with the search components of SharePoint in much detail so any advice would be helpful here. I have a custom search results page created to match our corporate intranet
Where can I find documentation on setting up/configuring some of the more obscure out of the box web parts (e.g. Sites in Category)?
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I have uploaded an xlsx file that I would like to use EWA to display using Excel Web Services. I have confirmed that the site is a trusted location and Excel Web Services is configured correctly from Central Admin. A simple spreadsheet works fine and renders in browser. However, for one particular worksheet I get an error when I try to point the EWA web part to it. It is indicating that it contains the following features that are unsupported by Excel Services. The error references sharepoint lists as the feature not supported. What is SharePoint Lists referring to? I removed the data
I am not seeing in the technical docs about how to deploy redundant service applications for a farm. I am seeking confirmation about my idea of having two web servers responsible for cross-farm application services with a load balancer in front. The other farms would access those services through the load balancer. Can anyone tell me about the feasibility of this idea or documentation the describes SP 2010 Service Application Fail-over strategies? Thanks!
I have created a "Hello World" web part. When I pressed F5 in Visual Studio 2010, I got the following error. I have already got Microsoft SharePoint Foundation User Code Service started. Can anyone... b5b08230-d2ae-4689-b396-bb217462a20e Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Web Application... a1b626d7-02d7-468a-b4bc-5f2476af8667 Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Incoming E-Mail