Has the capability to filter recurring events been added for sharepoint 2010? If so, does the Current Events view now work correctly for recurring events?
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I'm having trouble getting a list of today's events from a default calendar.
I've tried the following two CAML queries:
<FieldRef Name=\"EventDate\" />
<FieldRef Name=\"EndDate\" />
<FieldRef Name=\"RecurrenceID\" />
<Value Type=\"DateTime\"><Month /></Value>
Which resulted in the following Exception:
The calendar list is a default calendar list ie. no additional fields and no changes to the Eve
I need to get all events from a list which are overlap with a range of time (StartDateTime - EndDateTime).
The problem is that recurring events has EventDate as the first day of recurence and EndDate 30 years later so absolutly all ranges of time get into any recurring period.
Is there a way to fix it?
I have a timer job that looks at maintenance events (calendar list) planned 5 days in the future and moves them to the current todo list. It then marks that maintenance item as copied so it is not double copied to the current todo list.
This works good for single event maintenance items but not for routine or recurring maintenance items. The reason is the recurring events have a "start time" of the first event so after the first one gets moved the rest are all interpreted as being
in the past, since (I think) the recurring events start time is generated as an offset of the original event at runtime. How would I get a collection of ALL the Event items that are 5 days out (single and recurring) within a timer job.
Expanded recurrence items cannot be updated
I've got a listview and I've put a button control in one of the columns, I'm trying to figure out how I have listen to the button click within a certain row, but can't see the button in the dropdown for the IDs I can generate events for.
I'd like to get the primary key of the row that's been clicked on and then run a sql statement against it.
Any help would be appreciated.
I am just starting with dynamic data. I have an enttity framework called UsersModel.edmx.
It returns a list of all companies in the tblCompany table. This list is really big.
I need to filter the list returned to all user controls on the client so that it only returns the company that have a CompanyTypeId= 2 or CompanyTypeId= 3 and company name != "".
1 - Is it possible to filter the company list returned on the server so that I can filter only once for all the controls that use that on the client?
My ideas was to do something like this using linq and lambda but I am not sure how:
return tblCompanys.Where(c => c.CompanyTypeId == 2 || c.CompanyTypeId == 3 && ).Where(c=>c.CompanyName != "").OrderBy(c => c.CompanyName).Distinct().OrderBy(c=>c.CompanyName);
2 - I have created a partial class and a metadata class and added the DisplayColumn attribute to use the company name and sort by company name ascending.
Could I use the code to filter the returned companies in this? where?
public partial class t
After looking for a driver to open legacy dbf drivers to connect, the next level trouble a have is this one:
first, i can retrieve the data but when trying to filter by a parameter (somesc columns) i get an error.
The error says about the database can't determine some blah blah!
The error is a columm tha is formated ( 1234 ) about 8 space, fixed. The values in the query appears like that. I resolve this by Trimming Ltrim(ColumnName) and i get this (1234).
Now in SqlExpress, how can i filter by the new Trimmed Expression? (This is a primary key that the DBF use)
SELECT column1, column2, column3TABLE FoxProDB
SELECT Ltrim(column1) as NewExp, column2, column3TABLE FoxProDBWhere NewExpre = @NewExpres -Error-
In my organization we use nested groups.
For a particular usage, we have a group (let's assume that
the group name "kuku"), and the names of all the nested groups under it contains
"kuku" as well.
We may assume that no other group in the LDAP has "kuku" in
I need to create a filter which will return all the users
which belong to one of the "kuku"s group.
Obviously, using this filter will bring only the head kukus
(&(&(objectclass=user)(objectclass=person))(memberOf=CN=kuku,cn=.rest of the
How can I use wild card to fetch all users which belong to
For example: (&(&(objectclass=user)(objectclass=person))(memberOf=CN=.*kuku.*))
I have download and installed the Crystal Report for 2010 from my Visual Studio 2010.
Problem 1 :
When I create a new crystal report in the Project, the aspx created code below :
<CR:CrystalReportViewer ID="CrystalReportViewer1" runat="server" AutoDataBind="True" GroupTreeImagesFolderUrl="" Height="1202px" ReportSourceID="MemberList" ToolbarImagesFolderUrl="" ToolPanelWidth="200px" Width="1104px" /> <CR:CrystalReportSource ID="MemberList" runat="server"> <report filename="MemberList.rpt"> </report>
but there is error : unrecognized tag prefix or device filter 'CR'
Problem 2 :
The vb code of the crystal report that I had created has 'ComponentModel is not a member of 'MYPROJECT.system'
Multi-touch has progressed from being a futuristic prop of sci-fi films to a mainstream means of user interface. We'll show you how support for multi-touch in Windows 7 has filtered down and settled into various areas of the .NET Framework.
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