I made a test site using WebMatrix, and published it to the AdHost beta server. I now want to delete this test site. How can I do this?
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I am new to ASP.NET as well as to WebMatrix Beta Razor language.
I am trying to publish and test a Web Site from WebMatrix Beta IDE to a local Virtual Windows Server 2008 IIS Server.
I did install SQL Server Express 2008 R2 at my local Virtual Windows Server 2008 (using Web Matrix Microsoft Web Platform).
Everything works fine till I add a database table to my WebMatrix site.
When I add a database table and Publish to local Virtual Windows Server 2008 IIS Server my WebMatrix IDE
closes unexpectedlly without any error message.
Running my Web Site using WebMatrix IISExpress works fine.
Any help will be very appreciated...
I am new to web site templates, and I know that templates are the base for the creation of web pages.
I have the task of testing hundreds of web pages from a web site.
If a web site (For example, www.microsoft.com) has 1000 web pages, how can I know what are the different templates used to design these 1000 web pages?
The idea is, the test cycle time can be reduced and the reliability on coverage can be more by testing these templates.
Once I know the templates, how should they be tested?
Can anyone please help me know answer to my question?
I googled to check solution to my question and found that, there are many articles on the net which explains how to create web pages from a template.But, my problem is, how do I know what templates are used to create hundreds of web pages in an existing web
site (say, www.microsoft.com)
Also, can you please let me know if there are any links relevant to this so that, i can read through it to understand this better?
I finally got my site ready to go. When I test it everything works fine with my Site Admin privileges. So how do I see how well it works for someone with a lower permission
level, such as visitor.
My site is part of a larger farm in a large corporate entity. Users are established by the folks at HQ. I'm using Sharepoint 2007.
So is there a test mode? Or is there a way to create a fake user login at the local level? Or anything else I might consider?
I have create a workflow to copy item (documents) in site A library to site B library, its worked fine when i run the workflow, both library can contains same documents.
But the problem is, i can't set the workflow to deleting both items. I create a delete item workflow but it doesnt work for both, it can only work for 1 library. Is there possibility for me to create a workflow that can delete both
item when i run the workflow in designated library, for example, from Site A, i run a workflow to delete a document in Site A, which will delete in Site B too.
I have googled but i can't find the best way, might as well you familiar with the works and can guide me.
Thanks so much!
I transferred a site template from test server to staging and it is not available when creating a new site.
Means i have taken copy of .stp file and uploaded into the diffrent site of another server
while creating the sub site i cannot able to see the uploaded site template
Please let me know, if any one knows the answer
I have created a Publishing Site in SharePoint 2010, with pages created from custom page layouts, content types and Publish Content areas which I have created using SharePoint Designer 2010.
Also, I created custom Lists, Libraries and workflows in my development environment.
I want to replicate the site in test/production environment.
Can you please suggest me the best way to package all, along with custom site settings from development environment so that I can migrate small changes to test/ production environment later also without creating .wsp as I have access to SharePoint designer