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Is there an OOB way in SP 2010 to aggregate a user's tasks from across web applications/site collections where a user is a member of, into the user's my site?
We've setup an intranet site using Windows Integrated Security. Its up and running and users can access it. However, they are being challenged with a login dialog for the server when they initially access the site.
Isn't is possible to configure the server so that the users aren't challenged AND are recognized as being already authenticated by Windows? We're trying to go with a seamless experience, whereby all they have to do is login to their machine like normal and then go from there.
This month Dino explains how to remotely cancel tasks running on the server using ASP.NET AJAX.
MSDN Magazine August 2007
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MSDN Magazine December 2006
Learn how you can use MSBuild to customize your builds. Since it ships as a part of the .NET Framework, you don't even need to have Visual Studio installed on your machine.
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MSDN Magazine June 2006
While the Visual StudioÃÂ® Build menu's Build Solution option is the usual way developers compile their current work on a project, the process of building the complete solution for testing, deployment, or production often requires many more steps.
MSDN Magazine March 2006
Underlying the My namespace's APIs is a fully extensible architecture you can leverage to customize the behavior of My and to add new services to its hierarchy to adapt to specific application needs. the My namespace is optimized to provide simple solutions to common problems. But if your requirements are different, you can use the My namespace's customization model to modify the behavior of individual My namespace members to meet specific application requirements.
MSDN Magazine July 2005
Even when developers have recurring computer-readable metadata to process and a clear idea of how code should be structured, they can still find themselves in need of a technique to automatically generate the code to avoid the drudge work of repeatedly writing and tweaking it. Generative programming is a technique that addresses this problem. Using generative programming techniques, you can solve software engineering problems in families, rather than individually, saving time and coding effort. This article describes these techniques, and builds a sample template-driven code generator. The article also lists existing utilities that have been built with generative programming techniques, as well as actual code generators.
MSDN Magazine December 2001
Most large organizations have mounds of disjointed information in a variety of formats spread out across an enterprise. To make the most efficient use of that information, it must be readily accessible, easy to identify, and simple to navigate. SharePoint Portal Server 2001 unifies information by allowing members of any organization to create, share, and publish documents from a single access point. This article covers the services in SPS that can help an organization improve workflow and information management.
MSDN Magazine September 2001
If you've ever needed to build an easy-to-maintain intranet site, here's a solution based on Microsoft Office documents. Many sites require constant updating of their HTML, but the use of Word documents can simplify the process. This article details the construction of a human resources site that exploits the File System Object (FSO), OLE Structured Storage, and ActiveX capabilities of Word documents. This allows the HR staff to copy their revised or newly created Word files to the site, dynamically generate a list of links to their files, and free IS from the constant recoding of HR updates into new HTML pages.
MSDN Magazine March 2000
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<h1>Web page that runs EXE files</h1>
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to run notepad.exe (Windows XP, ME, 98, 95)</p>
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to run notepad.exe (Windows 2000, NT)</p>
I have a MOSs environment that I have published through ISA Server 2006 and i am getting really strange behavior whentrying to interact with WorkLFow generated tasks when I have connected through ISA. This also seems to affect InfoPath Forms Services. I was wondering if anyone out there is seeing any problems when using ISA Server to interact wih Forms or WorkFlows?
The error I get simply states:
the form cannot be submitted to the web server either because your computer is offline or because the host server is currently unavailable.
Any help would be appreciated.
Actually i'm creating an application in asp.net using c#.
I upload a powerpoint file and convert it to wmv format.Since the process of conversion is huge process(depends on the size of the file.Usually around 5 to 10 minutes.)i want to do in the background.So i upload a file and copy it to the server.(i using mysql as the database).In the server i just want to do the conversion.Once the conversion is finished.it should update the table.The user can use the file some time later or the next time.How could i do this ? Could somebody help me ?