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Getting Started with the Workflow Object Model in SharePoint Foundation 2010

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 10, 2011    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 
Need to manage workflows in a server farm? Learn how to harness the power of the workflow object model in SharePoint Foundation.


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Hi, I used the below 2 lines code   SPSite sp = new SPSite("http://ssp:333/");                 SPWeb spweb = sp.OpenWeb();   I couldnt succedd with Web application its throwing the error of Filenotfounderror I need to have a requirement to upload a document to sharepoint 2010 site from non sharepoint site! Please guide me Thanks in Advance. Regards, Sendil

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where do find complete guide for sharepoint 2010 server object model?

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Whenever I try using the object model on Sharepoint 2010, it gives an exception on SPSite itself. It says the site not found & gives a filenotfoundioexception. Please help me urgently. This is happening on all 64bit environments i work. It worked alright with MOSS 2007 32-bit setup.

 

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Hi,

I want to make a windows form (VS 2010, C#.NET), where you can connect to a specific list on a SP site and display all the items in a Data Grid View.

I made the connection to x site and y list and display them to a treeview. When i add the list to the tree view, i set the property Tag to it and assign as value the name of the list. Then through the NodeMouseClick event handler i get the current list is selected in the tree view.

The next step i want to display all the items from the list in a Data Grid View (windows form).

The event handler code is here:

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          using (SP.ClientContext ctx = new SP.ClientContext(newUrlToLoad))
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