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Every day a developer somewhere needs to write code to iterate through SQL ServerT system objects, query and update tables in linked servers, handle optimistic concurrency, and retrieve column and stored procedure metadata.
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I am developing a website, which is having a user login area, using master page and have login control on it.
There are various roles and based on roles, user is diverted to relevant page. For this purpose, I had created an onClick event of login form.
The following code is used to divert users to admin area.
Roles.IsUserInRole(Login1.UserName, "Administrators") Then
The transfer is working fine, but strangely, the login status is not updating to logout. It still shows login.
Thanks in advance.
I'm building a browers-based game that will need to constantly be updating EVERYONE'S accounts regularly; what is the best way to go about doing this? Creating a process that runs every time someone goes to a page on my site slows down the load time immensely. Do I need to create a windows scheduled task that calls this/these process(es)? It will need to constantly run.
Currently we have a list which items can be edited by two SPgroups. However, the customer would like to "lock" the individual list item after it is marked as "completed" from one or both of the SPgroups. The list item should be displayable
however not editable.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
We recently upgraded out platform to .NET 4. We are also using Microsoft Reporting dlls. Unfortunately, we found that the upgrade broke all of our reports. Researching the cause, we found this article:
It seems that this issue has been open for some time now and I have not seen a good workaround (except for the shim class which is not really feasible for us). Can I please get a status update for this? Is there some other type of resolution?
I have requirement to read the excel data and based on some conditions ih ave either insert/ update the data in to Oracle tables. to check the condition I have to loop through the 4 columns for 4 conditions which may consist of huge number
of records, where performance issue arise here. please put me in the right way or suggest me a best approach to break through the performance issue as well.
ofcourse i am writing in a service.
Let me set up what I am doing...
I have a table with multiple text boxes. Each of these text boxes pulls a total for it's corresponding item from a SharePoint List. Each item has 3 boxes that return three different totals.(Filters correctly into This week, This month, and
Year to date).
When I open the InfoPath form initially all the columns return the correct totals. Now If I edit the date created on an item; so that it was created last month. Nothing changes on my infopath form. The created this month total remains the same.
I have my data connection set to update everytime a form is opened.
What am i missing?
I have an InfoPath form library in our SharePoint site that people use to create requests and submit them through an Approval workflow for concurrence and process completion tracking. The workflows are manually started by users and the system is supposed
to update the approval status only on completion of the workflow (ie the request is approved or rejected). I did go into SharePoint Designer when we first launched and set the document library property settings to "Require content approval for submitted
items". They are not required to check out the item before editing it.
At first everything was just fine, but now it seems that the workflows are inconsistently updating the approval status. Any ideas?
We are trying to access Oracle database table through SharePoint 2010 List. The functionality required is, the user should be able to read the data from the Oracle table in to
the SharePoint 2010 List and should also be allowed to update the list and in turn the data should be updated back in to the oracle table.
Over and above any changes made to the oracle table by users, should be updated in the sharepoint 2010 list. Which means the users require a two synchronisation from SharePoint
2010 List to Oracle table and vice versa.
let us know if anyone has worked on this before.