Symptoms: You have installed and run the Visual Studio Remote Debugger on your SharePoint server. You can debug the IIS worker process in the terminal session on the server. You cannot connect to the Remote Debugger from your development workstation. Network response packets show "WebDAV MiniRedir ... PROPFIND not implemented" messages.
Starting the "Server" service using services.msc on the Server will help you connect to the Remote Debugger.
Since switching to a 64-bit dev environment on Sharepoint 2007, I've noticed it takes orders or magnitude longer to attach the Visual Studio debugger to the OOTB SharePoint assemblies and my custom assemblies. Has anyone else experienced this?
We have a customer that will be creating many sites based on a site definition. The sites include a list. We would like to connect a workflow to that list such that the workflow starts whenever a new item is added to the list. We are using SharePoint Foundation 2010 and developing the workflow with Visual Studio 2010. What is the best way of doing this?
Cross-posted from http://serverfault.com We have a SharePoint 2007 server (Windows 2003) for development which fails to provide access via SMB administrative shares like \server\c$. I can use \mywin7\c$ backwards from a terminal session on that server. Looking at the packets I see that the \server\share requests are handled by IIS 6 which renders http status 501 Not Implemented in response... Not Implemented Content-Length: 0 Server: Microsoft-IIS/6.0 X-Powered-By: ASP.NET Date: Fri, 18 Dec 2009 08:03:25 GMT How can I force the use of SMB over HTTP/WebDAV for such requests? SMB Tree
The same goes for the workflow source files -- every time I open the project or go to the source file, it's indicating (by the asterisk) that the file has been modified. Which means two things: when closing VS, I always get the "Project has been changed, do you want to save changes?" prompt. It's annoying but I can live with that. More importantly though, I cannot debug the workflow because when the debugger is attached, I get the "Cannot modify the file while debugger's running" error prompt.
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 shine some light on this? --------------------------- Microsoft Visual Studio --------------------------- Unable to attach. Process 'SPUCWORKERPROCESS.exe' is not running on 'WIN-MP9OQOTCKB2'. Do you want to continue anyway? --------------------------- Yes No --------------------------- PS C:\Users\beny> Get-SPServiceInstance | format-table TypeName, Id TypeName
I have some code that creates a SharePoint site. When the code runs as part of the solution it works. However, when I run it as a unit test I get the following error: The test adapter 'WebHostAdapter' threw an exception while running test 'CreateSiteTest'. The web site could not be configured correctly; getting ASP.NET process information failed. Requesting 'http://localhost/VSEnterpriseHelper.axd' returned an error: The remote server returned an error: (500) Internal Server Error. The remote server returned an error: (500) Internal Server Error. I have
the default.aspx after login but anonymous users could still see content like in the following list. How do I remove this for an anonymous user? Enable anonymous access You must enable anonymous access on the site collection for the forms authentication logon page to work from Office SharePoint Server. Contact your administrator to have anonymous access enabled in Central Administration and IIS. Manage...I am using SharePoint 2007 Server x64 on Windows Server 2008 x64. I create a new SharePoint web application with a new site collection at the root of the web application. I select the template
I am trying to get the CAML for a custom content type that I am creating. What I am really doing is creating the content type in Visual Studio 2010 and then deploying that content type to my sandbox... my CAML in Visual Studio to match my changes. I want to do this because I am creating custom fields and content types for my project and want to create a solution with these customizations. Since there doesn't seem to be a way to do this (create custom fields and content types) as a solution using SharePoint without putting them into a list, I am using Visual Studio and CAML for this. I also
We have a InfoPath Form Library with Visual Studio Workflows on an MOSS 2007. Now to some of the form we're missing tasks in the tasklist and there isn't a status in the column of the workflow. But the workflow had been started ... we're noticing, that all the affected forms have in common that the workflow (and the tasks of course) was finished. Has somebody an idea what happened? Is there maybe a process or a setting that "cleans up" finished tasks and workflows?