I'm developing using VS2010. 2 projects: sharepoint site definition and a webapplication in visual basic.net. The code file .vb is not deployed with the sharepoint site definition.
Please anyone can help me.
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I have developed a custom site definition with some custom features and web parts.All Works fine in my development environment i.e site is being created with necessary features and lists. But when I copy the respective files and folders to Production environment
and installed my custom features and also run the IISRESET command and click on Create button by selecting my site definition in template section, its giving "The template
you have chosen is invalid or cannot be found" error. But a few days prior I have deployed a initial version of the same site definition with same features and every thing had worked fine. I am going crazy of this absurd behavior of SharePoint.its
really annoying as it accepts the same definition a few days prior and gives unfriendly error afterwards. If anybody had solved this issue please share it to me to get out of this.
Here is the page directive for the page that throws the error:<%@ Page language="c#" Inherits="University.AspNet.Index" CodeFile="Index.aspx.cs" %>The code behind file Index.aspx.cs starts like this:
Please can some one help me out in knowing on how to use a c++ .lib file in an ASP.NET webpage.
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MSDN Magazine June 2006
Now that ASP.NET 2.0 is a shipping product, it seems appropriate to revisit an issue that tops the new features wish lists of many developers: a SQL ServerT site map provider.
MSDN Magazine February 2006
The next version of the Microsoft Windows operating system, code-named "Longhorn," marks a significant change not only in terms of how the operating system works, but also in the way in which applications are built. The Longhorn version of Windows includes a new storage system, natural search technology, and an increased emphasis on security and trustworthy computing. Here the author provides an overview of Longhorn, focusing on the build-once, deploy n-times application model. In addition, he discusses the new language, code-named "XAML," that's used to create UI elements, then presents some working samples.
MSDN Magazine January 2004
One of the monumental problems organizations face today is aggregating information that's stored in disparate formats. Knowledge workers have long wanted to be able to search for content independent of format. The next version of the Windows operating system, code-named "Longhorn," boasts a new storage subsystem that makes that task easier. That subsystem, code-named "WinFS," allows the user to perform searches based on the metadata of the stored item, regardless of what type of file it is or which application created it. This article covers the basic architecture of WinFS and explains how to use the WinFS managed API.
If you've ever needed to build an easy-to-maintain intranet site, here's a solution based on Microsoft Office documents. Many sites require constant updating of their HTML, but the use of Word documents can simplify the process. This article details the construction of a human resources site that exploits the File System Object (FSO), OLE Structured Storage, and ActiveX capabilities of Word documents. This allows the HR staff to copy their revised or newly created Word files to the site, dynamically generate a list of links to their files, and free IS from the constant recoding of HR updates into new HTML pages.
MSDN Magazine March 2000
<title>Web page that runs EXE files</title>
<h1>Web page that runs EXE files</h1>
<p>Click <a href="file:///C:/windows/notepad.exe" class="navbar">here</a>
to run notepad.exe (Windows XP, ME, 98, 95)</p>
<p>Click <a href="file:///C:/winnt/notepad.exe" class="navbar">here</a>
to run notepad.exe (Windows 2000, NT)</p>
I had created one application and this is multi client application means code is same but setup is different for each client with diff. client Code in app config file, diff product code, upgrade code, setup name, display name.
So i am looking for a way to edit my MSI file dynamically and made changes into that for each client using code or any other way dynamically.
Do any one has idea how to do this Dynamically/Anyother.
Thanks in advance.