I have a webpart page. I want to work with that page in offline.
That visual webpart is connected with BCS. Can I work in offline with this page using Infopath? If not, what is the system to be used?
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We have a user that has created an editing template using infopath. Part of the process involves uploading documents to the form template. It is part of an editing process they've created. The question is since the document is attached to the form what
happens when SharePoint goes offline? I know you can sync the form to Outlook but if you work offline and then sync it back to SharePoint, will the changes you made to the document be recorded or just to the form itself? I hope I've explained this clearly.
I should mention were using MOSS 3.0 SharePoint 2007 server.
I have a non-SharePoint public web site on which I want to add links that when clicked on, will open up into an InfoPath form, where the user will fill out the form and submit, via email to a SharePoint forms library or list.
In trying to accomplish this (hoping that this is possible), I've extended a SharePoint 2010 web application for anonymous access so that public users can access the web app without having to log on. The secure part of the web app is not available
for public viewing, and the extended anonymous part, will only be available to the public.
Once the user clicks on the link to the form, I want the following to happen:
1) I want these forms to have a url that can be clicked on from the non-SharePoint public web site.
2) I want these forms to open in a new browser web page, without any SharePoint links or buttons - just the form, itself, with little or no SharePoint, so that the user doesn't know it's being hosted in a SharePoint site.
Can anyone please help me on how to accomplish this??
I am working on a page with SharePoint designer 2007. Page is on MOSS and it is taking very long time in modifying the page. Just wanted to know that is there any way work offline on page once coding is complete then deploy it on server?
I am having a webpart page in sharepoint.
I have created my own visual webpart.
Is it possible for me to work in offline using sharepoint workspace with my .aspx page that contains webpart?
I know lists and documents can be made offline. Can we make a webpart page to be worked offline?
I'd like to display an InfoPath form in a custom aspx page using the XmlFormView control. When I do, the Submit/Close options show up in the old style blue toolbar instead of the v4 ribbon - even though there is a ribbon at the top of the page.
Is there something I need to add to my aspx page to get the form to use the ribbon instead?
The custom aspx page is deployed in _layouts\subfolder directory and it uses the site's default master page. The InfoPath form is deployed as a site content type.
I don't think it's a problem with the master page or the InfoPath form itself because if I display the form using the Form View web part the actions show up in the ribbon.
How can I use the ribbon when using the XmlFormView?
I would like to present users with unique content based on certain conditions being met as they land on the home page (default.aspx). The condition logic will be in the VB code behind Page Load event. The content will go in a content placeholder as specificed from the master page.
However, the content change wouldn't be something small (ie making a panel or label visible or not) but rather it will be different HTML, Divs and databound gridview content. The HTML content will be stored in the database.
Can someone point me in the right direction for best practices on how to accomplish this?
My organization uses a CMD file to install updated files for a major enterprise application. Currently, we send out an email to users with a link to the file and instructions to run it, BUT inevitably users don't update their machines until their in field and try to start the app.
We're now liking the idea of using an ASPX page to prompt the users to run the updates and to capture the fact that the updates have been run. I realize that we can't capture the success or failure of the update. But we'd like to capture the user accessed the page.
Is it possible to embed into the markup for the page a link to the file on the local intranet that the users can click on to run the file?
The user accessing the page would capture that they did just that. We'd deal with wether or not the update was actually installed or if it failed later with them directly.
How do i handle 404 page not found?
How do you set the start page with godaddy hosting? I can see no way of doing this! You do not seem to have access to the IIS settings that allow you to change it!