we are creating custom table in share point database in sqlserver.
is it fine to create custom table?
are we violating any rule because of the creation of custom table ?
does share point recommended to create custom table ?
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Sharepoint site collections
We had a 3rd party into to develop the share-point service, This is really a very difficult situation not the solution but the documents that are stored and the way it was retrieved.
The real thing is that we receive an item it is booked into SAP and then we send an automated xml to set up a local site this site will then have details from the SAP system fed by ABAP. After the site is created, and then we add documents files
and .jpg. These documents must show a detailed audit trail so that if challenged in a court of law can show who had access and who updated documents.
SO the problem is
1 Site Collection that is 170gig and the design means that we have 1600 sites and these contain images that are stored in the single site collection. How do we remove the full documents and images and replace with links rather than the doc, img.
2. We have around 8 business units the problem is that they can share information acros
I have created my web application in Share Point Foundation 2010 with Classic Mode.
Thereafter, I need to use a Custom Windows TokenRoleProvider.
While this worked well in WSS 3.0, the Roles.CreateRole(roleName) fails to create a role in SPF 2010.
I have the web.config entries as given below
<add name="CustSqlMembershipProvider" .....
<roleManager enabled="true" defaultProvider="CustWindowsTokenRoleProvider">
<add name="CustWindowsTokenRoleProvider" ....
Are any other configurations for custom membership and role providers in SPF 2010?
Kindly provide your suggestions.
Thanks and regards,
I am adding buttons under shared documents.i am using vs2010 for that.now i am add custom webpart to the pite all buttons under the ribbon are disabled.
why all buttons under documents disabled when we add custom webpart to a share point site?
I create table:
DataSet data=new DataSet();
DataTable myTable = new DataTable("NewTable");
DataColumn keys = new DataColumn; // create column keys = new DataColumn(); keys.DataType = System.Type.GetType("System.String"); keys.ColumnName = "PointID"; myTable.Columns.Add(keys); &nb
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