I am not able to change the direction of popups/Alerts in Arabic culture which should be RTL direction.
Rest of my application is changed in above culture, only problem is with popups and alerts.
Thanks in advance.
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I'm using the following msdn article to use different languages in my web application:
I'm following the instructions step by step in VS 2010, and it creates the resource files exactly how it's supposed to.
However, when I run the program it just doesn't apply it. I don't see the different values from the resource file. If I leave my resource file name as sample.aspx.resx, it works. But when I change it to sample.aspx.en-us.resx, it doesn't work. I'm supplying culture from the aspx page's Culter and UICulture properties. I'm being very careful in choosing the correct file name, as that could be the issue, but it just doesn't work. I also tried changing the culture in the backend code this way:
I've been handed an application thats connection string implies a local host connection.
I want to make this connection a remote connection, to a database located on a Server. I want the client and server to be able to communicate with one another remotely, instead of a local connection.
How does one create the Data Service, and establish end points to Server and Client? Is it as simple as creating a contract (which I have limited knowledge on constructing), between the two locations, setting up the dataservice, security, and ratifying the 'connetions'?
A smidge of insight, please ;-)
I have been using asp.net menu control that is programmatically binded at runtime and has n child node levels. Now i want to use CssAdapterMenu instead because the menu control contains more than 1000 menuItems(in the near future it can also be more 2000 menuItems) and has very slow response in IE 6 or IE 7.
Now my question is how should i change the classic asp.net menu to CssAdapterMenu. What should be the steps? Any samples example of n child node levels would be helpful
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how can i change the start properites of <ol> tag on the code-behind?
<ol id="mylist" runat="server" start="1">
how can i change the start value with c# ?
I recently changed the max upload size for attachments to TFS work items on our SharePoint site. I did this by going to the
http://tfsserver1:8080/tfs/ProductCollection/WorkItemTracking/v1.0/ConfigurationSettingsService.asmx?op=SetMaxAttachmentSize URL and entering the new size in bytes.
This worked a treat, but not I cannot upload any documents to another site on the same server.
I can open and save documents that are already there, but when I click the 'Upload' button it gives a white page with 'An unexpected error has occurred.' on it.
Is there something else I have to set when I increase the upload limit for work items?
our webmaster added a group and a few users on a page via Actions -> Alert Me -> Send Alerts To
the users are also viewable via Site Actions -> Site Settings -> User alerts
all neccessary users or groups are added for alerting.
even if everything looks okay, on just one site the alerting does not work when a user uploads a new document.
question: does anybody have any clue what i could test or do to correct this?
as i told, the same users work on another site, so it's not possible, that users or groups are not mail enabled.
thanks for any help.
I have a custom folder content type. These folders have several attributes including text fields, choice, dates, and person lookups from AD. When I change the folder name, the folder will keep its date, choice and text box attributes, but lose the person
attributes. If I change it back to its old name then it regains the person attributes. The ID is stays the same. One of the person fields is a required field, but that it still saves as an empty field. If anyone has a work around or even a suggestion
as to what might be causing this it would help a lot.
OK, I must be missing something here.
If I turned on Alerts for one library and then decide I don't want to get the alerts anymore, how do I turn them Off?
I'm using one application but have multiple providers in my web.config for memberships, roles and profiles to allow my application to be used by different groups of users who need to connect to different databases.
This means I'm having to change the membership, role and profile providers on-the-fly in my code-behind files. So far I've taken care of the membership and roles a bit like this:
Dim RolePV As RoleProvider = Roles.Providers(GetSettingFromFile("Provider"))
However, I'm having trouble finding out how to do the same sort of thing for Profiles. I've looked at ProfileProvider and ProfileManager but I can't work it out how to access my the profile property that I've created in my web.config file called "ScreenSize". Normally you would just write Profile.ScreenSize to read or write to the property.
Please can you help me to understand how I access the profile property called ScreenSize by dynamically setting the profile provider first?
I'd be very grateful for any help or advice.
Strange but true. Any ideas what might be causing this?
At some point over the last 2 weeks, the alert functionality in our MOSS 2007 environment stopped working. Users will receive the "You have setup a new alert" email when configuring a new Alert, but not any actual alerts when an item is added/changed.
I investigated the Timer Service on the front end web server and noticed it was Stopped. I restarted the Service and some of the users received upwards of 200 backlogged alerts.
I can understand why the user received so many alerts, these would be the alerts that SHOULD have been sent over the last 2 weeks. I just wanted to make sure that this is normal behavior. If the service fails, then the alert emails are set to
a type of "pending" status until the service is restarted? Is this accurate or am I misunderstanding something.