I have a custom web template created based on the publishing template. When I create a site using the custom web template in the source variation it does not get propagated to other language variation
(I have waited long enough and also run the propagate site jobs). Creating a site with the publishing template does get propagated. Will site propagation only work for publishing site or is there a way to make it work for custom web templates?
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I created a template off a site I made last year (without content). That site had some custom pages with webparts on them. These pages were linked to from the Quick Launch menu. I just made a new site using that template and it appears the custom
pages weren't part of the template as when I click on the links to them in the QL menu, I get a 404 page not found error. I tried again saving the template with content this time and my custom pages show up - but then I have all the lists/libraries filled
with old content. Any remedy?
I am on MOSS 2007 and can use Designer.
I am reading through Wrox Professional Visual Studio 2010.In Chapter 3, there is an example of how to customize and extend the start page.
So he wants you to copy the files from C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\Common7\IDE\StartPages\<Culture>intoC:\Users\<user name>\Documents\Visual Studio 10\StartPages. He say you may need to create this because it may not exist by default. So I would just copy the files into:C:\Documents and Settings\Sam\My Documents\Visual Studio 2010\StartPages and work from there right?
Then he says double click StartPage.csproj to opent the WPF project in Visual Studio 2010.But StartPage.csproj simply does not exist anywhere.
I have installed Visual Studio 2010 sdk and the Custom Start Page Project which shows up in extension manager.I just can't figure out how to use it.
I am on Windows XP.
I'm trying to create a custom document library template at farm level, as I want to template to be available in all the sites I create.
The thing is that I'm not sure if I'm taking the correct approach. I just need a standard document library with 3 additional columns (Metadata) 2 text fields and one date field. I will then add a document library of this type to a custom site template I've
already created. (So instead of list with Type '101' I will use my custom 10055 library.
The way I'm trying to do this is:
1. I make a copy of the FEATURES\DocumentLibrary folder of my installation. So now I have FEATURES\CustomLibrary folder
2. I create an empty SharePoint project in Visual Studio 2010 and map the TEMPLATE folder, and the I add CustomLibrary folder and all the files and subfolders in it.
3. I edit the feature.xml, and add a newly generated GUID
4. I make the modifications I need to the other xml files included in the DocLib and SiteTemplates subfolders. (Type=10055, etc..)
5. I right click on the solution and deploy.
After this, I can't see my custom library when I try to create a new item in my sites.
One thing I don't understand is why the OOTB DocumentLibrary feature has HIDDEN = true in the feature.xml file. Anyway I've tried both in my custom template, but
I am using Microsoft Visual C# 2010 Express Version 10.0.30319.1 RTMRel and I want to add a Project for a WPF Custom Controls library. Note: The WPF Custom Control Item Template is included and can be added to a WPF Application project.
Does anyone know:
Hi, I have two tables which is Customer and Customer Details table, with one to many details.
Is there possible to show Child table's column in (done in one GridView) Customers/Lisp.aspx?
I have sites like
I have created Project1 as Template (Save as Template) and this template is available at
http://kashyap Site Gallery > Solutions
http://kashyap/Team has a list called projects. I want to do custom workflow which is run by user manually(It is not problem). I want to create site programmatically based on the template. I did some code Its
private void codeCreateSite_ExecuteCode(object sender, EventArgs e)
SPWeb web = workflowProperties.Web;
SPListItem lst = workflowProperties.Item;
string title = lst["Project Title"].ToString();
string url = Common.UrlString(title);
string desc = "Project from " + Common.GetFormatedValue(Convert.ToString(lst["Customer"