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I have an query. I am using EXCEL Service on SharePoint 2010. Some of users in my network has Office 2003 installed on there Laptop. I have a template which is designed in Office 2010 and uploaded to Document library,
My questions is:
1) Will users who have office 2003 or Office 2007 be able to use that template and fill in data?
I have created a silver light application which leverages the ADO.NET Data Services in SharePoint 2010 and trying to achieve the CRUD functionality through ADO.NET data service.
For that I have added service reference by specifying URL as http://<server name>:1111/_vti_bin/listdata.svc
to my silver light application in visual 2010. Now I have written the desired code in MainPage.xaml and code behind by using DataGrid control (System.Windows.Controls.Data) of silver light 4.0. I have build the application and pasted .xap file in to ClientBin
folder of 14 hive.
Now I open a web browser and put the site URL as
http://<server name>:1111/. On home page itself I have added a silver light web part but when I configure it by specifying the URL as _layouts/ClientBin/<xap file name>.xap it shows
me the regular error saying &ldqu
I am writing a custom webpart to show up the Top Queries. As per my understanding we would need to use the Web Analytics WCF Service/Proxy in our custom Web Part code and try and access the method that returns the Top Queries.
Please let me know the name of the Web Analytics WCF Service/Proxy to be used and the if you can get me the method. I have been trying to search for the name of the Web Analytics Web Service/Proxy, but in vain. Looks document is at scarse.
Appreciate your help here.
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