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I'm doing a custom ContentQuery WebPart but i'm having difficulties referencing my XSL styles. I've googled a bit and tried to store the custom XSL files in the /Style Library/XSL Style Sheets/ and referencing them like this
<property name="MainXslLink" type="string" >/Style Library/XSL Style Sheets/CQWebPartMain.xsl</property>
and since i read SharePoint might have not be able to use SiteCollection relative urls i tried this:
<property name="MainXslLink" type="string" >http://my-dev-site/Style Library/XSL Style Sheets/CQWebPartMain.xsl</property>
and my first approach was:
<property name="MainXslLink" type="string" >/UIResources/CQWebPartMain.xsl</property>
I'm wondering if someone would have any suggestions on how I can troubleshoot this custom workflow issue.
Recently we can't attach any SharePoint Designer workflow to any list in a farm. We get this error message:
"Errors were found when compiling the workflow. The workflow files were saved but cannot be run. Unexpected error on server associating the workflow"
The standard workflows from UI seems to be working fine. Also user defined workflow is enabled. In the past I was able to fix similar issue with another farm following this
post (remvoing SP designer custom workflow activities entries)- but does not look like this is the case this time.
Nothing in the logs regarding this error. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
I've been working on customizing some Sharepoint 2010 Team sites and have read through many helpful articles on how to create and edit custom themes. The most consistent method is to create a base theme in Powerpoint which I've done.
I then install this THMX file in the themes library and apply it to my pages which seems to work as expected. The one inconsistency with what these articles say and what is happening on my end is that there is no numbered directory created in the "_themes"
directory when I view All Files. These articles explain that this directory is created every time you apply a theme to your site so you can further edit the images and CSS associated with the theme. All I see in this "_themes" directory is "Custom.thmx, CustomPreview.thxm."
Is there some site setting or permissions issue I should look into to have this directory available to me?
When I have a HttpHandler class in C#/ASP.NET mapped to a file extension in IIS any file with that extension fails to download/display in web browsers (it's downloaded as a 0-byte file in some browsers and nothing at all in other browsers). ÃÂ After removing the application mapping for the HttpHandler in IIS so it doesn't call the IHttpHandler class in C#, the web browser downloads the file successfully.
This was tested with an IHttpHandler class in C# that has an empty ProcessRequest method. Any ideas on what the problem could be?