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I want to open Office Docs(Word, Excel, Power Point) for editing and save back on server storage media, in browser from my Web application using OfficeLive.
Just like Hotmail is providing feature of SkyDrive and Office Live integration, Google is having GoogleDocs.
Please suggest How can I integrate Office Live with a Web application to open a Doc for editing and save back on to storage media.
All my documents are opening as read-only when I open from SharePoint sites even when I click on "Edit in ..." option on some machines.
The users seem to have correct permissions on the site.
All my files/docs in MOSS 2007 open as read-only with Office 2003 standard edition in some machines.
The user seems to have sufficient permissions to edit but still not able to do so.
There are so many products but nothing seems intuitive. Can someone explain me, how to share onenote notebooks with ppl who do not have LIVE IDs, where they can edit notebook using onenote (not thru IE).
Also how do I share other documents with ppl, who do not have LIVE IDs.
Hi guys i have been following the post:
To implement Sharepoint 2010 Live Id Integration.
I am lost at configuring the microsoft service manager, for this values:
Default Return Url.
I don't understand what i have to put under those values.
I would like somebody to explain me with a practical exemple what is the right way to configure those values succesfully, if you need more information about my specific scenario please let me know.
I was using office live to share calendars between collogues around the country. The calendars stopped working recently I logged onto office live to find there was no support for the calendars and they had
all been converted to excel docs. I have now used the SHARE CALENDARS in outlook. But now when I try copy appointments from my calendar onto the shared calendar it brings up a comparability issue. It adds the appointment then
when it updates it removes it off the shared calendar.
Is this issue a sharepoint 2010 exchange 2003 issue or something else???
Hi All, I've been scratching my head trying to figure out how to integrate Office Web Apps in to SharePoint 2010 as a hoster. The issue was after following various posts, documents and so on, I could enable the Office Web Apps on the main site collection
but not our organisation as a test tenant. We are running SharePoint 2010 feature pack.
When attempting to add the office feature pack, we would run in to a problem:
Enable-SPFeature : Failed to activate feature 'MobileExcelWebAccess' (id: 'e995e28b-9ba8-4668-9933-cf5c146d7a9f'). To figure out if this was just an issue with the Enterprise Feature
MobileExcelWebAccess, I decided to enable the feature for standard temporarily and discovered a range of services that needed to be added to the feature pack.
So after much thinking about this, we felt that Office Web Apps should be available as a separate feature pack for Foundation, Standard or Enterprise rather than adding to the existing feature packs and migrate the customer, so long as the customer has the
correct SPLA or Volume License.
Based on this, we created 3 new feature packs that supported Office Web Apps. For those who have grappled with this same concept, here are the feature ID's you need to add to t
i am new to asp.net programming i am trying to create an ms excel file with charts drawn in it,
i wrote the complete code for it but the it is saying
i have set the permissions to my complete disk space and all user accounts, and i tried with anti-virus disabling also it didnt work please try to help me out and my code is :
SharePoint 2010 introduces a number of new ways to access business data and present it to the user. We'll show you several options that range from no-code solutions to fully integrated Office add-ins.
Donovan Follette , Paul Stubbs
MSDN Magazine July 2010
Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 include a new set of components called Application Services. These put a rich set of tools in a developer's bag for Office automation. We'll show you how to use Office OpenXML, Word Automation Services and SharePoint to build a simple application that merges separate status reports into a single document.
Manvir Singh, Ankush Bhatia