I have lists in my teamsite A. Under the teamsite I have other teamsites (B and C) with lists.
Is it possible to have access from teamsite A to the lists in teamsite B or C ?
Thanx and regards
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We have WSS3. I am a site collection admin. The SP server is at remote location at our vendor.
I can link from MS Access to all the cusom lists - lists created by users.
I can not link from MS Access to the admin lists, for example the Site Hierarchy list. This is https://mysite.com/_layouts/vsubwebs.aspx
I know this is a LIST. It has columns Site URL, Title, etc.
I need Read only access. How can I do it?
Firstly the following is not a problem for users given "Full Control" (and possibly other permission levels might work) at the web application level in central admin.
For any other user with permissions set at site collection level, even "site owners" (full control) , these problems arise.
Is it possible to access SharePoint Workspace data from a silverlight out-of-browser application?
We need to have data offline and be able to sync it back later on. Data is stored in external lists and we want to be able to read and write to the external lists offline from a more user friendly GUI such as a Silverlight application. Infopath forms can
not do the advanced GUI things we want to do, therefore it is not an option.
I don't know if this is the right place for this but is related to SharePoint.
using (SPSite site = new SPSite("http://server/siteName/"))
if (site != null)
using (SPWeb web = site.OpenWeb())
foreach (SPList myList in web.Lists)
Example this code above:
I connected remotelly on the server, and in VS 2010 created a new ASP.NET Web Site. Added a new .aspx page and in code behind in the Page_Load event handler i put the code above. (lbLists is a ListBox on the .aspx page).
When i run this page and try to see the results in browser it doesen't work!!
The same code works perfectly on a windows form application!! What is the reason why it is not working?
It ment to not work? How can i make a web application (ASP.NET) that i can access a SharePoint site programmatically and display the items?
Then i want to deploy this app and run it in browser.
I'll start at the beginning...
I followed the TechNet instructions for pre-install guidelines to the letter, ran the prequisites part of the install and had zero errors (everything installed successfully). I performed a stand alone install, using for IT Department at the moment. Followed
everything to the letter and had no issues. Once complete I could access the Central Admin area, had three flagged issues appear. All I fixed via TechNet instructions.
Yes, I've rebooted several times.
As the Admin I am able to access the Team site I had it create and create lists etc. I went on to create a sub site and gave it unique permissions, no errors. I then created lists in the sub site without any issues. I then assigned my normal user account
as a 'Home Owner' and was able to access the team site. I then gave my normal user account 'IT Owner' (unique permission group for sub site) and it allowed me access to sub site.
When I try and access settings I get the following error popup...
File Not Found.
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I am using Sharepoint 2010. I have several lists whose view includes the column "Edit (Link to Item)" in the default view. I am the site admin so when I view the list the "Edit" column appears with the small "paper and pencil" icon and it works
I needed some users to only be able to view and edit existing items (not add or delete). So I have created a site level permissions that I copied from "Read" and only checked the "Edit Items - Edit items in lists, edit documents in
document libraries, and customize Web Part Pages in document libraries" under Lists.
This new permission level does allow users to see the edit menu item on the standard "Title" hyperlink dropdown, but in the"Edit" column there isn't an icon or any clickable link to edit in the column. Only from the menu. Its as if the icon won't
appear if I don't give them Add capability which is what I don't want.
Thanks for any tips,
Hi friends this is siddiq ,
How can i open sharepoint 2010 lists in access
2010 as tables in 1 data base.I have 2 lists which i want to take into access but both of the lists are creating a seperate database.But i want to take both the lists in one access database
I have a WSS3.0 site that allows anonymous access as well as using FBA. Another web application is configured to use the same content database but set with windows authentication.
Anonymous users are allowed to post to a few Lists. I am trying to create an alert for an authenticated user (either FBA or Windows). I receive the "You have successfully created an alert" email, but no emails are sent when new items are added.
This is the case for all new list items whether they are added by an authenitcated user or an anonymous one.
I am sure the site config is set correctly (but I will double-check). Is there any reason for the behaviour I am experiencing? I'm not at the latest patch level (we are using the June 2009 CU), so perhaps this was an issue that has been resolved in a later
patch/update that I ought to apply?
Would appreciate any gems of information anyone might have on the subject before I go away and write my own event handler to send an email!!!
After doing some testing (attempting to create an anonymous accessible site), I can now no longer externally access any of the documents in any of my SharePoint libraries, permissions, etc. I can VIEW the libraries, lists, etc. When I try to
open an item, I get an error. When I attempt to click the dropdown next to an item, I get the "file may have been moved error". When I am inside the domain, I have no problems doing any of that.
The only changes that were made, were to follow adding anonymous access step-by-step (even created a site and turned it on- couldn't get it to work- kept getting login prompt), so then I created an extension of the Sharepoint -80 site in Central Administration,
and put it in the "Internet" zone. When the new site I had created wouldn't work, I deleted the "Internet" web application extension I had created.
I'm thinking that's the root of my issue- that the "Internet" zone has some how been mucked beyond belief- but I have no idea where to look to fix it- now I'm in that dreaded place of I've tried so much stuff, that I'm basically chasing my tail
at this point.
This is SharePoint Server 2010, running on Windows 2008r2, with SQL 2008r2 as our DB Server.