I have numerous dropdownlists that are disabled. they are light grey and the user claims that it is hard to read. How can I rectify this by making it darker or even a different color?
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How to manage user messages to avoid hardcoding messages accross the web application.
I have already developed Silverlight application in SharePoint 2010 using client object model.
But I have one scenario that user can comment on the item, so there is a update operation come in picture for user, but user have read only permission to site.
So please help me resolved this problem.
We can use Run with elevated privileges method in SP object model. I think Silverlight client object model don’t support this method.
Is there any alternative workaround to solve this problem?
how to create dropdownlist user control(acsx) and fill from database
Hi to all,
please help me on this.
single farm, wss 3.p sp2
webapp1 :- AD authenticated site (just one site collection/site in web-app). AppPool account is myServer\webApp1AppPool
webapp2 : It has one site collection/site and it is Forms-authenticated. AppPool account is myServer\WebApp2AppPool
Now within webapp2 I have a simple ASPX page that accepts user LoginID and on submit in the form, I want to read the USERLOGINID from web-app1. I am getting errors like "access denied" and it is running with SPSecurity. Apart from checking
within sharepoint user collection list (in webapp1) I also check within Active Directory using DirectoryServices.
I am thinking that the myServer\WebApp2AppPool needs to be defined somewhere within webapp1. Is it true?
I also tried SPSecurity by passing user token. For some reason the AppPoolAccount of web-app1 & web-app2 has to be different.
I'm attempting to change my select statement when a selection of "Other" is detected. The problem is that the select that executes on the page is always the original selection from the datasource definition. I've found an example where the "SelectCommand" value is changed in the code behind, but it is for a case where the dropdownlist is not in a template. I'm thinking that I have to bind to the template, but I'm not getting it to work. (see the last couple of lines in the Page_Load code)
<asp:DetailsView AutoGenerateRows="False" DataKeyNames="EmployeeTimeId" DataSourceID="sdsEmpTimeDetailsView"
DefaultMode="Insert" HeaderText="Add EmployeeTime"
is it possible to allow users to read data and create views without giving them dbo privileges?
The SQL Server version is 2008 R2.