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What is the easiest way to reset all the controls on a web form. Can I set "veiw state" to false for all of the controls with one command, do a response-redirect to its own page, and set view state back to true. What is the easiest way to do it.
Two anonymous subsites. Contributor in subsite A needs to browse pages library in subsite B using link asset picker. Do I need to add subsite A contributor to subsite B permission list?
If I have 50 subsites. Now I create a new subsite and the contributor in the new subsite needs to browse all other subsites library. Do I need to add him to all other 50 subsites?
how do i create a webpart for sharepoint 2010 that allows users to create their own subsite..
i create a webpage in vs 2010 which allows users to create their account by specifying username and password..and make it a webpart and after that for that user a subsite should be created under sharepoint 2010 top level site.....how could i achieve
I have figured out how to access the spsearch web service API, and created a query packet like this:
However, it's returning results for my home collection. I need a way to filter for any sub-site collection. Is this possible? I have been searching for a couple hours and so far have no clue. I have tried entering other parameters
inside the QueryText field as I see them on my actual SharePoint search, but this method does not work here.
This is not for a "getlistitems" call. I am calling "spsearch" using the "query" or "queryex" action. Thanks.