I have an orphaned list in MOSS 2007, I have tried the stsadm -deletecorruption which hasn't removed it.
I can see it in the SQL table 'dbo.AllLists', my question is, it is safe to remove it directly from the table?
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I have added a content query to my site which is querying a master contact list.
Once I have added the web part I then want to customised how it is displayed, i.e. first name, company name etc.
I am not getting a list menu in the ribbon when I check the box next to my content query web part heading.
Can anyone help.
Hello. I am working through Scott Mitchell's ASP.Net in 24 hours book. I am finishing the photo album project.
I have a GridView that retrieves a list of uploaded photo rows for the logged-in user.The GridView is for editing and deleting rows.
The photo Category field in the Gridview is a dropdown list. The text entry field was deleted after converting this field to a Template.
Like the uploaded photos, these Categories are user-specific. They are created in another web page.
Users also have the option to select "none" for the category when they upload an image.
For the GridView: The Category ID field's ItemTemplate and EditItemTemplate both have a " - None - " choice added to them.
I am getting this error:
'pictureReadOnlyCategories' has a SelectedValue which is invalid because it does not exist in the list of items. Parameter name: value
Note: The ID for the ItemTemplate for that dropdown list is the ID listed above in the error: "pictureReadOnlyCategories".
Am I missing some step in this process of changing a GridViews text field to a dropdown that can be used for editing? I went through the book's instructions three times.
Here is my code for the dropdown list and a screenshot of the Design
Access control lists (ACLs) can be complex beasts, and user interfaces for editing them are incredibly tricky to implement properly. That's why I was really excited when WindowsÃÂ® 2000 shipped with a programmable ACL editor, shown in Figure 1.
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If content approval is turned on, the Add Comment section displays a fairly ugly notification. Is there any way I can customize that section through e.g. CSS or SPDesigner?
I'd like to change at least the text, and preferably the yellow exclamation image, and also the background if possible.
I am trying to deploy two custom list definitions using only one single feature. Below are the details of my issue.
When I deploy my solution in this configuration, the second list definition gets the first custom content type applied to it and the list schema from the first list definition is also applied to the second list definition.
What makes this more interesting, when I seperate both of the list definitions under two seperate features it all works fine. Custom content types and list schemas get applied correctly.
Can anyone tell me why I can not deploy both list definitions under one single feature?
If you need me to post any of the origional code or XML to this post please let me know.
This is a recent issue that I have in which I have a "Issue Tracking" List that maintains the workflow of contract renewals.
When an person goes to edit an existing list entry, the description field (standard) has the original text in the box. Prior to this the original - or any older text from a prior change was listed outside and just below the box - and non editable.
That's not the case anylonger.