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I am using VS 2010 Professional with SQL Server 2008 Developer. I right click on the App_Data folder in solution explorer and add an existing item, then navigate to the correct database. However, I receive a pop up that Access is Denied. How do I fix this?
In Server Management Studio, I am attempting to attach a database. After selecting the database in the wizard
I receive an error: This file is in use, Enter a new name or close the file that's open in another program.
I don't have SSMS open, and have restarted the computer to make sure the memory is cleared. Not sure what to try next. Any ideas?
I am running WSS 3.0 with other workflows which are functioning correctly.
I created a new workflow in Visual Studio 2008 and was able to successfully run it in my dev environment.
I attached the workflow to a task list in my dev environment and was able to manually start the workflow by using the drop down workflow option and using the menus to manually start it.
I installed this workflow in our production environment and attached it to the task list (which had a SPD workflow attached to it which stopped working about a month ago).
I made sure that the option to manually start the workflow was checked.
When I tried to manually start the workflow, (hover mouse over title, drop down) there isn’t a workflow option.
The workflow also will not start automatically when a task is changed.
I attached this same workflow to a different task list in production and get the option to start it.
I have tried creating a small workflow in SPD 2007 and attaching it to the task list.
It shows that it is attached, when I look at the workflows that are attached to the task list, but I still don’t get the option to manually start it.
I have checked my security and I have fu
i have a list with infopath form now i need to display the attach button when anyone try to edit items but i can't find it only in the menu i have only delete item icon and spiling icon.
anyone have any advice about this
i using moss 2007