I'm trying to insert some records in a sql server compact 3.5 database, but with no success.
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I am a SharePoint developer. I work in a company that develops and deploies SharePoint Solutions for Intranet sites.
Now, we have a customer that requires SharePoint Server 2010 for Internet Sites. I have read some things about it, but I am still unsure about the SharePoint for Internet Sites deployment.
The informations I have found are not enough to understand it very well, so, I would like someone helps me.
What does exactly SharePoint Server 2010 differ from SharePoint Server 2010 for Internet Sites?
Is SharePoint Server 2010 for Internet Sites SKU the same than SharePoint Server 2010 one?
http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/en-us/buy/Pages/Licensing-Details.aspx Provides some information about SharePoint 2010 licenses. There, we can find:
"The Server only licensing model is for external users only. Internal users can use this license only if all content, information, and applications are also accessible to external users. If the server has items that are for internal use
only, those users require CALs, and their servers require licenses for SharePoint Server 2010."
But, how can we do those restrictions? Using SharePoint permissions? How does Microsoft check it?
Does SharePoint Server 201
I am using sql server 2010 for a project.I need to know if there is a property about the ON DELETE CASCADE option or i must write triggers???
Another problem is that i am using visual studio 2010 to write the aspx page but when i try to import the tables from the database it just imports the tables ÃÂ but not the relations between them (i mean it doesn't import the primary/ foreign key property.)ÃÂ
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