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Is this solution works for office 365 site? (Assembling Documents on SharePoint 2010 Sites by Merging Content from Excel, PowerPoint, and Word)
I would like to know whether this solution will work as a sandboxed solution on office 365 sharepoint site or not? Can anybody suggest me any URL or similar solution for office 365? thanks
Last modified by Ashraf H on 1/30/2012 9:00:00 AM
Conceptual Overview of SharePoint Foundation[This documentation is preliminary and is subject to change.]Microsoft SharePoint Foundation is an application that is built on top of Internet Information Services (IIS) and the Microsoft ASP.NET Framework. A set of servers that run the various components of SharePoint Foundation is called a server farm. A server farm can contain multiple front-end Web
Last modified by Microsoft on 11/12/2009 4:09:10 PM
In a VB.NET application that plays WAV sounds asynchronously, using the SoundPlayer class or the Win32 PlaySound call, the 'garbage collector' may free and reuse the memory before the sound has finished. This situation is easy to recognise, and hard to forget: it sounds hideous. A working solution is the following 'clsSound' class:-------------------------------------------------Imports System.IOC
Last modified by -eVe- on 1/22/2010 9:33:48 AM
You should mention the confusing fact that using the mouse to copy and paste does not work in the Solution Explorer pane.
Last modified by DavidBlackwell on 5/13/2009 6:04:02 PM
Tags:  copy  explorer  paste  solution
Deploying Assembly To Site (Null Exception) (Feature Element (Feature))
I recently built a .wsp solution which specified 'ReceiverAssembly' and 'ReceiverClass' attributes. When deploying to a target Site Collection via Central Administration 'Solutions Management', it was returning a 'Null' Exception error.Turns out that in the class inheriting from SPFeatureReceiver, I was initializing a Public Variable = null, which messed with the Event Handler registration!
Last modified by Stanley Roark on 4/21/2009 9:30:43 AM
C# Example Using StreamReader to read InputStream (HttpRequest.InputStream Property (System.Web))
This is a much simpler solution... StreamReader reader = new StreamReader(Request.InputStream);while (!reader.EndOfStream){Response.Write(reader.ReadLine());}
Last modified by alishahnovin on 1/6/2009 10:44:03 PM
To add label to all items in solution/project at once. (How to: Label an Item Using a SourceSafe Plug-in)
This should mention that the actual SourceSafe client should be used to apply a Label to all items (projects/cs files/etc) under your solution. Using the Visual Studio does it only to one file at a time!
Last modified by Thomas Lee on 5/7/2009 8:48:25 AM
Tags:  project  solution  source  versioning  vs
Visual studio problem (Could not create an instance of type '{0}')
If you are gerring Could not create an instance of type 'Window' in Visual Studio 2008 designer even in new WPF project it may be caused by corrupted .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 installation. Unistall .NET 3.5 SP1 and install it again to solve the problem. Installation may get corrupted by installing Expression 2, Visual Studio 2008 SDK or Windows SDK.
Last modified by Đonny on 11/29/2008 7:43:23 PM
Example for Per Item Dropdown is wrong (How to: Add Actions to the User Interface)
The Per Item Dropdown (ECB) example in Lightup.xml is wrong. Delete the line containing Type="ECBItem" and it will work. The Container element does not have an attribute named type. stsadm complains about the line and refuses to install. Removing the line fixes things.
Last modified by Tread2 on 3/28/2007 7:21:15 PM
Tags:  solution
Configure Visual Studio to Automatically Re-Create the WSP on Build (Configuring and Deploying Workflows to SharePoint Server 2007 Using Solution Packages)
I find it handy to configure Visual Studio to automatically re-create the WSP Solution package as a post-build event. This way, your solution is always up-to-date with the latest version of your code. To do this: Right-click on your project in Visual Studio Solution Explorer and go to Properties Go to the Build Events tab Enter the following in the Post-Build event command line
Last modified by Martin Kearn - Microsoft UK on 9/16/2008 8:34:35 AM
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