I have created several custom user controls that I added to the Redering templates of some forms in a custom solution for WSS 3. Most of these templates have codebehind and they all are correctly deployed to the CONTROLTEMPLATES folder on the 12 hive. The forms worked fine until the security folks said we had to enable FIPS. Once this was done, Sharepoint went nuts until I changed the machineKey setting in the web.config file to use the 3des algorithm as I had found on many sites. This fixed most of the issues except for my custom forms .ascx pages as everyone of them still give a FIPS error and they do not work. I have found the code that I can place in the machine.config file that turns off the check, but I would like to figure out what is going on with this. I have ensured that debug is set to false in the web.config file as well. It is only my user controls that are causing the issue, but I do not know why. So it would be nice if there was a list of known .Net assembles that were not FIPS compliant or some way for me to determine what library is calling the offending code. Any ideas, thoughts, insights are welcome!
Update: I wanted to point out that my controls are not used to do any encryption and I am not trying to call anything like that. Just drawing some webcontrols.
then navigate to any other page, and then click BACK or FORWARD I get an error message that says "Webpage has expired". Note that my web.config entry is: <httpRuntime executionTimeout="43200... part and tried to reproduce the same error. The results: it doesn’t hit the breakpoint. Also, I checked the EventViewer and no errors there. Please help me out in this issue, note that my control-scope is only within the web part NOT the full page. Also, I do not want to use any AJAX-controls. Update: I was told that the only way to get rid of "Webpage has expired" error is either by: Using
any development experience in Sharepoint I can't really say which ones are going to be imperative for my application. I would like to do it on Foundation, because I can re-sell the app without... on the BCS level within Sharepoint then, but I'd still need my rich custom controls, that would display data in unusual ways. What about sandboxed solutions? Is this something I should use... different user access levels (admins, managers and users). Every business process will have at least one screen, but most probably more than just one. For instance I will have something similar
I'm having issues with the provided Search WebParts. I'm currently using the "Text Filter" WebPart because it is the closest to what I need. The problem with that one is that it only searches through one of the columns in the list. I need it to search the entire list. But most importantly, I need the user to be able to enter a substring and it to return results. For example, if I enter "pro" I expect stuff like "proclaim" or "production support" to return, but it is not matching anything. Is there some better WebPart to do this? I'd prefer an oob solution, if possible. Any info would
I was reading someone else's post on comparing some of the wsp building tools when someone stated you could reverse engineer something like a .stp file created site into source files (for example the fab-40 application templates). I would really like to know how to do this as there are a few of the templates that are like 80% of what I need to build a solution. I think it would have been awesome had MS released the source files for all 40 of the templates!
into it. Either way, it then opens the file in Excel. The code to open the file is some client-side script that figures out the location of the Excel file in SharePoint, sets an href variable to that URL.... Note that this is just opening the Excel file without checking it out. Problem: Once in a while, and for no reason I can figure out, a user will click the button and the spreadsheet will be returned... is causing this behavior? I can change the code to avoid it if I can figure out why it is happening. Is there any way through the SharePoint UI or APIs to "release" the document so that the original
We have created some user controls which interact with the database using the entity framework. My question is how to use these controls in SharePoint. Do we have to copy the .edmx file to the /virtualdirectories/site folder? Any ideas? Thanks
While accessing My Site -> My Interests and Newsfeed Settings, I am getting this error: Error An unexpected error has occurred. Troubleshoot issues with Microsoft SharePoint Foundation... Server on Windows 2008. I am using Administrator ID to login to the site. Digged the LOGs and found this: 04/08/2010 14:33:14.55 w3wp.exe (0x0828) 0x1AFC SharePoint Foundation Runtime tkau Unexpected System.Web.HttpException: **Multiple controls with the same ID 'ctl00_PlaceHolderMain_ProfileEditorValueAccountName' were found
I have a need to calculate working days until an item is due or working days past due. I also have to exclude holidays and the holidays may or may not apply to that item based on what project the holiday applies to. I had created a holiday calendar and initially created the field as a computed field that would display an empty div tag and I would use code to do the calculations and display... this info but I am not sure how to do it. So, can a custom field do this or is there some other way to display this data?
it to the default.aspx home page. I would be happy either way. Note: I want to be able to activate this on existing site, I dont want to create a new Site Definition. Here is what I have tried: Feature Receiver...), then there doesn't seem to be a way to just get a reference to the page, it always wants to overwrite it with a new file. But I dont want to do that, I just want to add a Web Part to the existing page. See my...I've been hitting my head against a wall on this one for the last couple of days. I have a pretty simple requirement but I cant see how it can be achieved within a Sandboxed solution. I'm depressed