How to manage user messages to avoid hardcoding messages accross the web application.
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Whether you're storing database connection strings, user credentials, or logon info, you'll need to practice good defensive programming techniques to avoid those surprise situations in which your data is exposed. In this article, author Kenny Kerry shows you how.
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Does somebody know how to get current user (logon user) in an action of a workflow definition from the Sharepoint Designer 2007. I know how to do it by using .NET coding, but it requires to upload a dll to the bin directory of the application which is not
an option due to my company Sharepoint policies.
Receiving error messages on OOB properties in User Profile thus unable to edit fields:
i.e. Skills field
Error Message: There was a problem retrieving data for this field. Updating values in this field is disabled temporarily. You can still update values in other fields.
The user profile service is started and we have provisioned a Metadata Service Application and associate it with the same web application we are using for the User Profile Application. We have also associated our MySites web application with the User Profile
I have this following where clause in a query that is being frequently used
where COLUMN_A = 'ABC' and COLUMN_B IN ('d','e','f')
and COLUMN_C <> 'XYZ' and COLUMN_D NOT IN ('p','q')
and COLUMN_E LIKE 'hij%' and COLUMN_F NOT LIKE 'lmn%'
now wht i would like to do is remove hardcoding from this query. I was thinking about having a central repository like a MetaData table which will store all the values. But then how would i join this metadata table for LIKE and NOT LIKE cases.
I have a question regarding the custom messages, custom colors on headers and footers of the SSRS reports to be changed as the user specifies changes accordingly on the reports and prints. Is this possible in SSRS. Please advice.
I am trying to send a message to a WCF service via a private MSMQ queue. With security turned off, there's no problem. With security turned on and using a normal user account (one registered with the Active Directory) to send messages, there's
no problem. However, if I use either the local system account or a local user account, it fails.
If I use a local user account it fails with the message:
Unhandled Exception: System.ServiceModel.MsmqException: An error occurred while sending to the queue: Unrecognized error -1072824272 (0xc00e0030).Ensure that MSMQ is installed and running. If you are sending to a local queue, ensure the queue exists with
the required access mode and authorization.
If I use the local system account, no exception is thrown, but nothing is delivered to the service, and the queue remains empty.
Both "Everyone" and SYSTEM have permissions to "Get Properties", "Get Permissions" and "Send Message" as regards the private queue.
I am thinking there must be an issue with the queue failing to authenticate the users in the Active Directory, but given it's a private queue, I didn't think it would do that?
I seem to be having the same problems as a previous User complains that disabled dropdownlist is hard to read I have numerous dropdownlists that are disabled. they are light grey and the user claims that it is hard to read. How can I rectify this by making it darker or even a different color?
I have numerous dropdownlists that are disabled. they are light grey and the user claims that it is hard to read. How can I rectify this by making it darker or even a different color?