I have a form that calls upon an access database. The database was experiencing some problems recently and I fixed it. After i fixed it the form stop displaying in full for users when they log in. Any suggestions?
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I've created a picture library and added a number of our organisations logos to it in jpeg format. Unfortunately end users and I are unable to open the jpegs. I can see the thumbnail image and the preview image but when I click for the full image I get the
nasty red 'X'.
I've checked the Permissions which all look fine and the file names have no nasty characters or spaces.
One quirk though - I've added a jpeg picture taken of my colleagues and I am able to see the thumbnail, preview and open the full image!!? For some reason the browser does not like the logos. I'm using IE7.
Any idea why this is happening and how it can be fixed?
I am throughly confused on what I need to do. I created a form that has custom VSTA code to get the currently logged on users name. On my development machine if I set the form to full trust and add my developer certificate to it, it
does not work I get the generic error of form could not be opened. I've tried clearing the cache and everything else.
I'm confused as t owhat type of certificate that I need to assign to this form. If I get a certificate do I install it on my dev box and also on my prod box? Can someone suggest a good reference site or book that expalains the difference between
a digital signature and a certificate and which one do I need for a form that is web browser based that has some code?
I have a SparePoint 2010 Foundation site which uses forms(claims) authentication. I need to set the trust level to full because of some custom web services I am running in a virtual application. This is done by using:
<trust level="Full" originUrl="" />
In my web.config.
When I do this I get "The farm is unavailable" for my web services (the SharePoint site appears to be operating normally). The exception is at Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.Claims.SPSecurityTokenServiceManager.get_Local() which is why
I am inclined to think this is a problem with the forms authentication.
Any thoughts on how to get around this?