Probably this question has been asked many times. Is there any guide on integrating WF 4 Designer into an ASP.NET Web Form page?
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I'm working with Winforms. Inherits Windows.Forms.Form, create Class that know frmDefault thinking in create a SDK, or framework, based in pattern, all of Applications, know that interfaces Inherits RightNow frmDefault. But i have looking code in de Designer
Form with Visual Studio 2008, and all of properties declared in the form inheritable is initialized in Designer Form. Same properties would not have to be in the Designer code. Somebody could help me? As to define some variable or propiedades that will not
be controlled for the code in the code inheritable. This variables, some variables store information of security of the application.
I'm sorry, i'm not write or speak English better. King Regard's.
Humberto Queiroz [ firstname.lastname@example.org ]
I keep getting this error, no matter whether i "assign form to group" or "collect data from user"
Followed the most basic examples straight from MSDN and my book, however, still get error EVERYTIME!
here is a screenshot from a workflow I tried to create on my own. No ideas! Please help me, this is probably the most frustrating error I've ever encountered because it gives NO INFORMATION about how to fix it ...
We have created a custom workflow using SharePoint Designer. We are using one action “Collect Data from a User”. As you know, this action sends an email to a user with a link to a task form where user is supposed to accept or reject a request.
We are encountering following issues with this form:
Can someone please explain what is going on and how can we resolve the above issues?
While working in the form designer of visual studio, is it possible to zoom into parts of the form for working in crowded areas? I can see how to zoom in and out of the code text with the ctrl key & middle mouse wheel, but I don't
see a way to do that in the designer mode. Is there an addon perhaps that will allow this?
I am running WSS 3.0 on a Windows 2008 Server 64bit. This runs our intranet which has been going for about 6 months. I have used SharePoint Designer 2007 to make basic edits to pages.
SPD2007 has been crashing when I do the following:
I created a links list called 'Tester Links'. I created a new .aspx page in SharePoint Designer 2007, linked it to the default master page then inserted a 'Data View'. I chose 'Tester Links' from Data Source details then clicked Show
Data. I selected a couple of fields, went to 'Insert Selected Fields As' and chose 'New Item Form'.
SharePoint Designer 2007 then crashes with the error 'Microsoft SharePoint Designer has stopped working'
I tried creating a new Web Application and site collection, then created a new links list however still the same crashing.
I tried using SPD2007 on both the server that WSS is on and my own client machine. I have also logged in as myself (domain admin) and the administrator however I still can't create a new item form!
Thanks in advance for your help.
I have got an issue with InfoPath form generated for my SharePoint Designer workflow task.
There is a multiple users selector that requests users from a task assignee. The problem is that only the first user entered got saved.
I am using SharePoint 2010 Standard Server (release). Steps to reproduce are the following:
Closed form designer window in VS 2008, now cannot open again ÃÂ I closed the Form1.Designer.vb tab in VS 2008.ÃÂ If I click on Form1.vb in the Solution Explorer the View Designer button does not appear.ÃÂ How can I open the designer window again?
I have a requirement to create "Service Request" form for 3 types of users namely "End Users", "Reviewer" and "Manager".
End users will submit the request --> Reviewer will update the effort in man day --> Manager will approve the SR form. Assuming there are 10 different fields for each and the workflow and email is in place for each level.
I'm planning to use SharePoint 2007 custom list form.
1) What is the best approach to create Service Request form?
2) Can I use SharePoint Designer alone to achieve this OR Do I need Visual studio?
3) Is it one custom list form containing all the 30 elements (10 fields each) OR 3 different lists?
Please advice. Thanks.
Due to some reasons, we don't want to take InfoPath form; Instead Custom List form.