I have to install Sharepoint for client they have environment for servers is:
Server 1( Database having Windows Server 2008 R2 with SQL Server 2008)
Please advise can i install and configure Sharepoint using above servers.
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I originally bought Office Pro 2007 32-bit version for my older PC with WindowsXP Operating System. Then, I bought a new PC with an i7 processor with Vista. Because I am in school I was able to get both SharePoint Designer 2007, SharePoint Server
2007, and SharePoint Services 3.0. The SharePoint Designer 2007 works well. However, the SharePoint Server 2007 and SharePoint Services 3.0 say they will not work with the 32-bit version of my Office Pro 2007 applications.
So far I have not been able to find where I may download a 64-bit upgrade to my Office Pro 2007 or a workaround for SharePoint. I chatted with a Microsoft representative but he was unable to help. This was frustrating because it cost $500.00
for the software and I do not have another $500.00 to spend on the 64-bit version of Office Pro 2007 after what I spent to get a newer system.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
I've built a SharePoint WebPart in SharePoint 2010, using SharePoint Assembly version 220.127.116.11. Now i've to make this Webpart such that i should work on SharePoint 2010 and MOSS 2007. The version no for both the versions are different, so do i need to create
separate web-part for both version or is there any other way?
My current webpart is built in env, which has
SharePoint 2010, Windows 7 64 Bit, VS 2010.
Reference is added to SharePoint DLL which is in 14 Hive ISAPI.
How can i make this generic, so that i should work on both version, i've not used anything specific which is only in SP2010, its just a simple webpart.
I am facing problems retrieving correct number of records when I am performing a people search on SP 2007.
Following is the query that I had originally written:
Select Title,Path,PreferredName,WorkPhone,MobilePhone,WorkEmail,JobTitle,OfficeNumber,PictureURL,Responsibilities,Skills,PastProjects,SipAddress,EmployeeLocation,Manager,Department,Assistant,EmployeeType,AccountName,UserProfile_GUID from Scope() WHERE ("Scope"='People') AND
( FirstName LIKE '%Keyword%' OR LastName LIKE '%Keyword%' OR OfficeNumber LIKE '%Keyword%' ) ORDER BY Title ASC
But, there is a problem here. Those records where the condition "FirstName LIKE '%Keyword%'" is satisfied, does not display if there is no value in OfficeNumber. This is giving incorrect number of records.
To correct this, I have changed the query and am using UNION in my query. See the following query:
(Select Title,Path,PreferredName,WorkPhone,MobilePhone,WorkEmail,JobTitle,OfficeNumber,PictureURL,Responsibilities,Skills,PastProjects,SipAddress,EmployeeLocation,Manager,Department,Assistant,EmployeeType,AccountName,UserProfile_GUID from Scope() WHERE ("Scope"='People')
and (EmployeeType = 'Contingent Worker' or EmployeeType = 'Employee') AND (FirstName LIKE '%Keyword%'))
Can someone tell me if this is possible with these versions - I can't see anything for workflows on Word 2010. The Document has a signature line and is in a document library. I don't see Workflow in document item's menu option "Workflows"?
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