i installed Sharepoint Foundation 2010 on Windows SRV 2008R2 (Single Server installation. No Sharepoint Farm). After the installation I extended my WebAppPool in order to get the same page with port 443. I already troubleshooted some problems and now
everything is fine except this one. Here is a short overview about what has been done after the installation:
1. Deploy a single server with a built-in database (SharePoint Foundation 2010) (Technet =
2. Initial configuration (SharePoint Foundation 2010) (Technet =
3. Extend the Web Application (Uses Windows-classic authentication) (Technet =
4. Changed Central Admin Service Account, Changed MyWebAppPool Service Account, Changed Search Service Service Account + Crawle
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I currently have a WSE 2.0 WebServicesClientProtocol object (generated from WSDL) created which has a a valid uri as its soapAction (from the WSDL binding). I need to set the <wsa:Action> value in the <soap:Header> to something other than the binding's soapAction. I know this violates W3C protocol, but the web services are another party's and cannot be changed.I code (where "transport" is the WebServicesClientProtocol object) :transport.RequestSoapContext.Addressing.Action = new Microsoft.Web.Services2.Addressing.Action(reqAction);and can see in the VS debugger that it sets the action, but when I call the method to send the web request the <wsa:Action> is reset to the same value as the soapAction in the HTTP header. I assume WSE 2.0 is doing this. Can a custom SoapOutputFilter help me to "manually override" the <wsa:Action>?If I abandon WSE 2.0 (which I kno
i hope jin chen would read this.
i followed his instruction from the link above(in the title)
i still got an error message :
System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapException: An unexpected error occurred while compiling expressions. Native compiler return value: ‘[BC42105] Function 'RemoveDups' doesn't return a value on all code paths. A null reference exception could occur at
run time when the result is used.’.
at Microsoft.ReportingServices.WebServer.ReportingService2005Impl.SetReportDefinition(String Report, Byte Definition, Warning& Warnings)
at Microsoft.ReportingServices.WebServer.ReportingService2010Impl.SetItemDefinition(String ItemPath, Byte Definition, Property Properties, Warning& Warnings)
at Microsoft.ReportingServices.WebServer.ReportingService2010.SetItemDefinition(String ItemPath, Byte Definition, Property Properties, Warning& Warnings)
could anybody tell me what's wrong?
and by the way,
i'm using ssrs 2008 r2
i use report builder(content type) to create reports from sharepoint lists.
thx in advance.
What I've done so far.On SharePoint: - 1) I've created 1) Library for my Form-Template, 2) A Library for my Data Connection, and 3) A Library for my Form.On InfoPath I've: - 1) Defined my Data Connection Options, 2) Defined my Form Options, and promoted the appropriate meta-data, 3) Defined the necessary Submit Options. and 4) Published the Form-Template to the SharePoint Form-Template Library.Issue: On SharePoint, when I try to create a New Form from my Form-Template, I get the error shown above <Alert http://sharepointsite/>- "This featre requires Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later and a Windows SharePoint Services-compatible XML editor such as Microsoft Office InfoPath."Help.
Sharepoint 2010 Enteprise Edition installation. 1 WFE. 1 Application Server. 1 Search Server. 1 clustered SQL Server instance.
The Execute method of job definition Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPWebApplicationProvisioningJobDefinition (ID a159e302-f3b8-4098-b84b-85007783881f) threw an exception. More information is
All binaries are installed and all servers have joined the farm. Search crawl and query has been configured. Kerberos has been configured.
The show-stopper emerged when creating the first web site – portal.x.x.x
Made the account that runs the timer process sp2010farm a member of the Local Administrator g
Hi all, I installed microsoft sharepoint designer 2010. It was working perfectly up until yesterday when I opened my saved site, it gave me an error that said " The URL "http://computername/sitename
" is not contained within a microsoft sharepoint foundation. " Now I can't open any sharepoint site and it freaks me out. I tried repairing, unistalling and reinstalling but still i get the same message.
When creating a distributed system you frequently need to provide for communication between two entities that are not in sync. Microsoft Message Queue Server (MSMQ) provides the kind of store-and-forward messaging in a pre-built infrastructure that can help you address these kinds of messaging needs. In the past, MSMQ was accessed using a COM wrapper. Now there's a .NET wrapper that lets you accomplish your messaging goals easily from your Framework-based code. To illustrate the use of the wrapper, the author builds a messaging application, sends MSMQ messages over the Web, and discusses messaging security.
David S. Platt
MSDN Magazine December 2003
Microsoft provided 3 example reports for Sharepoint report usage. Does anyone know where they are located? I used them about 2 years ago.
What reference should I add to use this:
because apparently it cant find it.