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Video (Building State Machine Document Approval Workflows for SharePoint Server 2007 Using Visual Studio 2008)
Watch the Video here:http://www.bing.com/videos/watch/video/building-state-machine-document-approval-workflows-for-sharepoint-server-2007-using-visual-studio-2008/10t708hkyorVideo: Building State Machine Document Approval Workflows for SharePoint Server 2007 Using VS 2008
Last modified by Alon Havivi on 9/16/2010 8:30:08 AM
Tags:  machine  state  video  wprkflow
inconsistency (IFileDialog interface (Windows))
When a dialog sets FOS_FORCEPREVIEWPANEON, this state is used for the next file dialogs of the same application even for totally different file types, and independent of the GUID set by SetClientGuid().This does not look good as one dialog might be to open a drawing (preview pane is a good idea), and one for other file types where a preview does not exist or does not make sense).
Last modified by chksr on 7/19/2010 8:57:37 AM
State machine workflow not working till SP inbuild workflow run...??? (Developing SharePoint 2007 Sequential and State Machine Workflows with Visual Studio 2008)
Hi,I am deploying my workflow on custom list. this workflow runs on custom content type which is inheritaing from "windows task" content type. but when I am trying to run this workflow it is showing error to me till add & I run Sharepoing inbuild workflow. like approval or something else workflow.why my workflow is dependent on sharepoint in build workflow. ?? till I run the inbuild workflow i
Last modified by Labhesh Shrimali on 2/22/2010 6:25:15 AM
ASP.NETASP.NET Profile Properties Overview In many applications, you want to store and use information that is unique to a user. When a user visits your site, you can use the information you have stored to present the user with a personalized version of your Web application. Personalizing an application requires a number of elements: you must store the information using a uniq
Last modified by Microsoft on 5/18/2009 11:52:01 PM
Tags:  management  state
Close for Non-Main Windows (WPF Windows Overview)
In the Window Lifetime section, the last sub-section is Window Lifetime Events. In that section are two illustrations depicting "the sequence of the principal events in the lifetime of a window..." The preceeding subsection, Closing a Window, states that a "window can also be implicitly closed as a result of... main application window is closed and ShutdownMode is OnMainWindowClose." When a mai
Last modified by JediSQL on 6/28/2009 7:06:51 PM
Tags:  lifetime  state  window
ASP.NETHow to: Read Values from Session State This example accesses the Item property to retrieve the values in session state. Dim firstName as String = CType(Session.Item("FirstName"), String) Dim lastName as String = CType(Session.Item("LastName"), String) Dim city as String = CType(Session.Item("City"), String) string firstName = (string)(Session
Last modified by Microsoft on 3/12/2009 1:49:24 AM
Tags:  session  state
ASP.NETDynamic Web Server Controls and View StateUpdated: November 2007 When a Web server control is created dynamically at run time, some information about the control is stored in the view state that is rendered with the page. When the page is posted back to the server, however, non-dynamic controls (those defined on the page) are instantiated in the page's Init event and vi
Last modified by Microsoft on 8/27/2008 12:22:01 AM
Tags:  controls  dynamic  server  state  view  web
ASP.NET  Implementing a Session-State Store Provider  Describes a custom session-state store provider implementation and demonstrates implementing a sample provider.ASP.NET session state is designed to enable you to store user session data in different sources. By default, session state values and information are stored in memory within the ASP.NET process. One alternative is to
Last modified by Microsoft on 12/7/2006 4:08:04 AM
Tags:  sql  state
Using EncryptByKey to encrypt a column is a one-time solution that requires you to use DecryptByKey each and every time you wish to gain access to the underlying encrypted data. If, however, your business logic no longer requires you to maintain encryption on the column and you wish to return the column to its previous plaintext state, you must create an extra column in the target table to hold th
Last modified by OkiMike on 3/18/2008 12:43:51 AM
Path property is ignored on session cookies (ASP.NET Cookies Overview)
As stated above, if you create a cookie with no expiry time ASP.NET creates a "Session" cookie - i.e. a cookie whom's value is stored in session state rather than as a genuine, physical, file cookie in the browser. This is a great capability and probably the most commonly used option for many scenarios. However, it seems that you cannot limit the scope of such a Session cookie by setting its Path
Last modified by PapillonUK on 10/8/2007 6:37:27 PM
Tags:  cookie  path  session  state
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