I have a XML Schema Type defined as follows:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?><xs:schema elementFormDefault="qualified" xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"> <xs:complexType name="MyXMLDataTyp">
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I'm having a strange problem and have not been able to track down any useful answers over google.
I inherited a SharePoint site that I am now making some changes to.
I am having problems with one document library. We had custom edit forms on this document library, which I was finding a pain to maintain so I reset them back to the site definition. This edit form now shows only those fields that are associated
with the Document content type (the only content type - I've deleted the others) on the document library. There are other columns on this document library that are NOT associated with the content type that I would like to show on the edit form but they
are not available when I try to add them to the content type via Settings > Document Content Type > Add from existing site or list columns. The select columns from drop down is set to List Columns. The Additional Authors column is just not
I CAN see this field on the all items view for the document library, it is there and populated with data.
Setting the Allow Managed content types radio button to NO does not have any impact on which fields are visible on the form- I still see those same fields that have been associated with the Document content type.
Has anyone else seen this or does anyone have any thoughts??
They will be muc
I have this really strange issue. In a table I have a field of type nvarchar, and length set to 4000, but when I try to write something above 100 characters, it is not saved, and I get this error: "The data was truncated
while converting from one data type to another. [ Name of function(if known) = ]". Can anybody please tell me what am I doing wrong? I wrestle with this problem for a few hours and have no idea on how to solve it...
What's really strange is that I can manually insert data into the table, and I get no error...
I have a User defined type with .net CLR and I am trying to use that in sql server 2005.
Following is the class which I have created for User Defined Type.
public class TxnRecObj : INullable,IBinarySerialize
private int _InOutCode;
private string _InOutData;
private int _OraCode;
private string _OraError;
private string _ErrorData;
private string _TRANS_CODE;
private string _DA