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This may be a DNS question.
New SP 2010 install, single server lab environment.
I can create and access site collections under the first web application SP2010 (Sharepoint 80,
I have created another web application, different database, different port (777), and given it a different URL (test.otherdomain.com:777)
I have created a corresponging site collection (default team site).
Opened port 777 TCP incoming and outgoing in the windows firewall
Created a host (A record) in my DNS test.otherdomain.com 192.168.168.5 (IP of the sharepoint server which is really called SP2010.mydomain.com)
nslookup returns the correct IP address, but when I type test.otherdomain.com:777 into a browser window I get
"Some content or files on this webpage require a program that you don't have installed" both from another machine on the network and on the Sharepoint server.
The Connect to Outlook feature in SharePoint Server 2007 uses a .pst file to store content that is visible in Outlook. This has caused issues in the past with a client's enterprise policy of preventing use of .pst files on desktops. This particular client
has an application that periodically checks for .pst files and deletes them, which breaks the Connect to Outlook feature for them.
Does SharePoint 2010 use the same functionality to Connect to Outlook, or something different?
After upload a wrong file in sharepoint 2010 , the upload multiple files button dont work anymore . If a click on the button upload Multiple Files a will see only a light blue screen . How can a Fix this Problem .?
SharePoint 2010 Incoming Email Unique Files are Not Created.
Description: In SharePoint 2010, when the document library is configured to receive incoming emails, the email attachments sent to document library
should be saved as files. When files with same names received, the files should be saved with unique names.
Bug: The files with same names are dropped by SharePoint timer services. If the file with the name already exists in the document library,
the newer file will not be saved.
Reason: In the SharePoint log, there is an error about "AddUniqueFile failed to create a file or folder. Filename: Dell Order 001.pdf Errorcode:
Checking the errorcode -2130575305, it is about "saveconflict", ErrorCode=-2130575305.
I have recently started testing Office 2010 and have found only 1 major issue - I cannot save any Office 2010 files opened from a SharePoint Server 2007 location. Upon save I receive an error message saying "Upload Failed. This file wan not uploaded
because the specified path was not found on the server." and the file is captured in the Microsoft Upload Center. Using the Upload Center action 'Open Web Site' opens the site without problem; however, a all subsequent resolve actions fail.
* MS Windows Server 2003 R2
* MS SQL Server 2008 R2
*Office SharePoint Server 2007
*MS Office 2010 Premium
We have found a problem with our deployment to a production server that runs Sharepoint 2010 Publishing Site Collection.
We are deploying WSP packaged from Visual Studio to Sharepoint Management Shell. It has worked like a charm in the past. We added a custom masterpage, css files, images and later we successfully added custom page layouts.
I also have SP running locally on my computer and everything works fine with no problem adding new files via deploying Feature. I can add them neatly into a document library or even create new folders from the Elements file.
However the problem arise when I deploy my WSP to the production server. I want to add a few JS files and a XSL file to the Style Library but the files won't get added to the document library. The deployment process goes smooth though with no errors and
when I check my feature in Sharepoint Hive, the new files are there on the physical drive! However they won't get added to the virtual Document Library.
I can update existing files like the masterpage and CSS files so the feature that is deployed is working.
My guess is that either it has to do with permission problems or some bug in my code. But I did exactly as we have done before when deploying.
This is how my Elements.xml file looks like:
I have successfully added a branding feature to my 2010 environment that activates on install. Just as expected, it does not work for subsite creation. I have seen a number of articles/blog posts on how to create a feature stapler for SP2007. However, I
am having a hard time finding a working solution for SP2010 using VS2010.
I have a couple of questions that I hope someone can point me in the right direction on:
1. In my project I have a branding feature, this contains the EventReceiver that applies the change. Can I have a second feature here that does the stapling or does it need to be in a completely seperate project?
2. Everything I read points to two files feature.xml and elements.xml, are both of those supposed to be under Features in Solution Explorer or are they located somewhere else or do they need to be create. If they need to be created, where do they belong?
3. In the EventReceiver.cs file there is a GUID that was automatically generated. Is this the GUID referenced in the feature.xml?
Hopefully with these questions answered I can move forward and find a solution to getting the stapler working.
We have installed Sharepoint 2010 and Office Web Apps on a 64-bit Windows 2008 server. Excel 2010 files can be collaborated among different users (i.e. user status bar is showing the number of users accessing the Excel file) when the file is edited using
Edit in Browser option. However, we cannot get Word/PowerPoint 2010 files to collaborate in the same manner (i.e. no user status bar).
Does the collaboration feature work for Word/Powerpoint 2010 using Office Web Apps or it is available for Excel/OneNote 2010 only?
If collaboration is also available for Word/PowerPoint 2010 using Office Web Apps, any ideas why Excel 2010 works for us and not Word/PowerPoint?
Thank you in advance for your help and clarification.