We have several profile properties that are set as multivalue fields and are restricted to a list of options. Some of them are set up as
Company Name - Specific Department 1
Company Name - Specific Department 2
If a user tries to select "Company Name" using a non IE browser (I've tried Chrome, Firefox & Safari), they get an error message saying "more than one matched choices were found. click to resolve". Clicking does nothing.
It seems to be because it's conflicting with the specific department options, but there's no way to indicate that this is the option they want, whether using the "select property values" popup or by typing directly into the field.
We have several users who use Macs and therefore have no access to IE. Does anyone know how to get around this?
I can create a CQWP for the Announcement content type, but when I export the .webpart and add <property name="CommonViewFields" type="string">Expires,Date;Body,text</property> In my ItemStyles.xsl I have added this to show all the returned fields <xsl:template name="ShowXML" match="Row[@Style='ShowXML']" mode="itemstyle"> <xsl:for-each select="@*"> <br... not. What should I be looking for? What could I have customized? Our admin does not yet have the latest service pack installed, nor do I get much of anything out of them support wise.
I have followed Microsoft's instructions for custom 404 pages in SharePoint by setting the web application's FileNotFoundPage property. I am now still getting a 404 error if someone types a site collection name incorrectly. For example if the user goes to sharepoint/sites/test and "test" is not a site collection then they will still get a 404 error. I have tried catching this with a httpModule also, but it looks like the request is returning a 200 code instead of a 404. Several of the blogs mention this same problem but I have not seen any solution for it. This seems to be working
In Sharepoint Designer, I have a Data View Web Part which pulls data from a list. (In a normal situation) if I select a Person or Group field explicitly within the CAML for the Data Source, the display name is shown, however, if I omit the ViewFields node entirely from the CAML (such that the CAML effectively does SELECT * FROM), the Person or Group field returns a full HTML node which displays the online presence and provides interaction through a smart menu. My issue is that my current DVWP (for this specific list) will fail with a "Non-specific error when trying to get data from the Data
Authentication) So to back these theories up: We have tested with FireFox and IE 8 from within the company network and it's performing well (both authenticated as well as unauthenticated). We have tested with IE6 from a machine that's not on the client's company network and it's performing well (both authenticated as well as unauthenticated). We have connected to an online WSS team site (out of the box... because these pages are just so tiny. I get the impression that is has something to do with the way IE6 handles Windows Authentication in combination with the proxy used in the client's company network
to Spreadsheet, but it does not appear to support automated subdivision of the list items into separate worksheets. I do not know if Excel Services that come with MOSS are capable of it, but we do not have MOSS so we cannot consider it an option for now. EDIT It seems that by mentioning "out-of-the-box", I am implying that I'd prefer something quick and simple. Let's dispel that. I do a lot...We have a SharePoint 2007 deployment which will have a substantially large document library. My client wants the ability to export this library to an Excel spreadsheet, but specifically wants
I am using SharePoint Server 2007 Enterprise with Windows Server 2008 Enterprise. I am using publishing portal template. I am developing using VSTS 2008 + C# + .Net 3.5. I want to develop a WebPart and make some settings configurable (just like we can configure parameter for a console application in app.config) -- i.e. authorized people could set parameters of WebPart in Edit Page (from browser based UI interface), then select -> Modify WebPart properties, or edit parameter in SharePoint Designer. Such parameter is application specific custom parameters. Any solutions and referenced
I am using SharePoint Server 2007 Enterprise with Windows Server 2008 Enterprise. I have the following requirements about `Task Management and want to know whether SharePoint Server 2007 can implement such feature. And if not, what kind of Microsoft or non-Microsoft product could achieve such goals (and could integrate with SharePoint Server 2007). I prefer Microsoft product because I have requirement to integrate task management feature into SharePoint, and I think using Microsoft product is easier for integration with SharePoint. :-) Requirements are, For Task Management, task
I am working on a project for a company where we plan to use SharePoint 2010. The client machines still use IE6 as their default browser. There are plans to move to another version of IE but it will not happen for some time. I have read the posting on the SharePoint Team blog that they are not supporting IE6. The issue appears to be related to one specific feature, content creation for publishing sites. This is not a feature we are using for this project. I am curious if there are any experiences from the people on this site with using IE6 and SP2010. Thanks for your help.
run MOSS and profiles are synced, I get 1000's of changes that are occuring in the user information list. So right now since the GetChanges method only pulls items in chunks of 1000, i have to use the lastchangetoken and call getchanges several times and then sort through 1000's of items just to get at the one's I want. First question: Does anyone know how to exclude hidden lists or certain lists from a SPChangeQuery? Second question: Is there a faster / better way of doing this? I thought about using Auditing to get the data since I have that turned on for all of our site collections