I want to know how can i change my whats happening status message through the object model of sharepoint. I want to change it from code.\
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When you create a new web application in Sharepoint 2010 and you select "Claims based authentication" for the Authentication option, the "Trusted Identity provider" box is greyed out.
There are some blogs etc. about how you add a custom STS or something like ADFS, but isn't the built-in Sharepoint STS an identity provider?
What part does the Sharepoint STS play in a web application? Is it a different type of STS?
Are Sharepoint claims enabled applications different to WIF claims enabled applications?
I first saw this issue being discussed in January 2010
here, but there has not been any response in some time.
What basically happens is when you set column validation for the list level (not per column) the message that alerts the user that the column does not meet the validation requirements is completely missing. Both the default message or
a custom message do not show up.
Does anyone know if there is a hotfix for this issue yet? I would expect more than a year later there would be one, but if so I can't seem to find it. I would really like to correct this issue as column validation is a nice enhancement over SharePoint
2007. Thanks in advance for any help.