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I work for a major banking institution, in a group whose remit it to provide account ownership information for ~300k accounts worldwide.
In this instance “account ownership” is defined as the bank employee who is responsible for verifying and attesting to monthly transactions and balances in each individual account.
Each account owner can have one or many individual accounts.
I have developed an MS Access database to house the account information, and have developed an MS InfoPath form to collect data from the account owner.
Currently, I have a direct connection between the database and the form but would like to migrate to MS SharePoint site because of the limitations (both user and security) of MS Access.
Ideally, on a monthly basis, I would like to:
The knowledge worker is greatly empowered if she is able to access information across the enterprise from a central access point. With the SharePoint Portal Server 2001 Search Service you can catalogue information stored in Exchange public folders, on the Web, in the file system, and even in Lotus Notes databases. This article discusses the use of ActiveX Data Objects and the Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning protocol for creating search solutions based on SharePoint Portal Server 2001.
MSDN Magazine April 2002
Using Microsoft technologies, you can insert, edit, query, and delete database entries using any e-mail client such as Hotmail, Outlook, Yahoo, or even WAP phone. While e-mail is certainly a powerful and widely used tool, it is usually not integrated with an application for performing any tasks other than sending reminders. The application scenario described here, an e-mail-based SQL update program, uses a simple data model; however, this solution will apply to any data model that you are working with. It will also eliminate the need for complex n-tier Internet applications and serves as a low maintenance solution for providing data access.
Alok Mehta and Daniel Williams
MSDN Magazine January 2002
I'm using Outlook 2010 on Windows 7 64bit.
My company uses a hosted Sharepoint server (I guess it's Sharepoint 2010). There's a team calendar, which I would like to connect to my Outlook 2010. Linking it to Outlook works fine until it tries to update the calendar with the Sharepoint server. I shows
the following error:
Error (0x80070005) when running the task "SharePoint": "You are not authorized to view the SharePoint list (team calendar). Contact the administrator of SharePoint site. HTTP 401."
So this tells me, I'm not authorized to connect - which is quite clear because Outlook never asked my for any username or password.
Funny thing is when I try to add an internet calendar (Right mouse click on calendars, Add calendar, Internet calendar) and use the url of the sharepoint list, it asks me for username and password, but then fails to add the calendar, as it isn't a webcal
(which is OK).
BUT: As Outlook at this moment has the username and password, the exisiting Sharepoint calendar synchronizes correctly. This works until Outlook is being restarted.
Does anyone have an idea why I'm not asked for any authentication? Maybe there's some setting I haven't found yet? It works with trying to add the webcal any time when I start Outlook, but t
1.What is Clientaccesspolicy.xml in sharepoint ?
2.What is Crossdomain.xml ?
What is usage of wcf service deploy in sharepoint 2010?
Kindly give me some valuable comments ?
We are accessing our sharepoint services 3.0 document library through outlook 2007.
We can open the files in word/excel etc, but when we go to check-in the document the application tells us that we only have read access to the document, and cant check the document back in to the server.
It works fine via the browser, the read only problem is only when checking out through outlook.
I have given all users full access and design access to the doc library.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I´d like to verify if somebody see this scenario:
* I create a site, using te meeting site template;
* I give Full Control access to an user;
* When this user try to upload an item in a library, in this site, it was showed the message "Acces Denied".
* If the user press "back" in the Internet Explorer tool bar and press "F5" to refresh, the file is there.
* The same problem is ocurring, when he try to create a meeting.
Somebody ever see this error!?
Thanks a lot
I have an sharepoint application which was working fine.
I encountered a license expired message in sql server enterprise evaluation 2008 version after which i changed the date to 2 months earlier date, I have also changed HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\100\ConfigurationState to
3 after which sql server started working but the issue is that the clients are unable to access the sharepoint site completely. On providing the url the web site requests for logon information and then access is denied. The same
url with the same authentication credentials is accessible from the server and the entire application works fine from the server.
From the client the below error page appears.
You do not have permission to view this directory or page using the credentials that you supplied.
Please try the following:
I'm stuck on the sharepoint access problem now.
We are using Manged Sharepoint 2007 (a hosted version of MicrosoftÃÂ® Windows SharePoint Services 2007) provided by aÃÂ hosting company.
With the sharepoint site, some of users can not access the site. Message:
You do not have permission to perform this action or access this resource
It does not offer any logon prompt.
Users who can not access the sharepoint site are usually sitting in a LAN. I think it might be blocked by their policy. Am I right? Why do they need to block this site?
Please help me with this question.