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i have one project which i embed the windows form control library inside the web form.
now i wanna pass a url from aspx into my windows form control library.
May i know how to do this?
Hi has anyone done anything like this?
My Library workflow is writing to an External List (MS SQL backended). If an exception is thrown in MSSQL (Stored Procedure, Trigger, etc) I would like to create a mechanism for writing something back to my Library besides the workflow column saying
I could create a text field to provide some error feedback, anybody ever did something like this?
I am attempting to connect to a Microsoft Sharepoint library, via the "Actions -> Open in Windows Explorer" option from the Sharepoint page. When I do so, I get the error message "your client does not support opening this list with windows explorer". In short, I am trying to get the "drag and drop" functionality of a Sharepoint library.
I am running Windows 7 64-bit and IE8. The target Sharepoint environment is a MOSS 2007 EE. My Windows "WebClient" service is running, and I have no problem connecting to this exact library via a Windows XP computer running IE8.
i have another problem regarding the windows form control library.
recently i test the program in my own pc, the windows form control is running.
but when i try access my project in local network client pc, the windows form control doesn't show.
it just an empty.
may i know what is the problem?
My project is embedded the windows form control in aspx.
i got the cache in client pc, the windows form dll have inside the cache and also the client pc have .net framework install.
in my own pc, i also disable my firewall.
the result still same, the control cannot show on client pc.
Anyone can help me?