How to add custome list to "My site" of any user who logs into our intranet site created in moss 2010 .Using object programing or any other way.
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I have always had this in my mind,
its like i am creating an Intranet portal so i want my users who has access to intranet portal, when logs on to the site should prompt the user to mandatory complete his profile and like every 6 months should alert the user to update his profile.
this should be tricky,
looking forward for your replies
i want to know if a workflow can run when it detects a sync has been done with a list with project 2010 ?
If anyone has seen this issue, or is aware of it, your help is appreciated it.
Our intranet homepage is suddenly missing the "My Links" link on the top right corner. The welcome message and "My Site" shows up. When I click on "My Site" and it takes me to my profile, I can see the "My Links" on that page.
However, it is no longer showing on the homepage. This is the case for all users.
How can I re-enable it or make it show on the homepage again? Anyone know what would have caused it to suddenly disappear? We have not been making any changes to the home page or the intranet.
I've got an External List and I want to create a Site Column, which is Lookup to a column in my external list. If I tick any of the columns in 'Add a column to show each of these additional fields' and click OK i get the following error message:
[NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.]
Microsoft.SharePoint.SPBusinessDataField.CreateSpFieldForBdcType(String bdcName, Boolean hidden, Boolean readOnly, Boolean idField, SPAddFieldOptions op) +809
Microsoft.SharePoint.SPBusinessDataField.AddNeededSecondaryFields(String wssNames, String oldNames, String newNames, SPAddFieldOptions op) +315
Microsoft.SharePoint.SPBusinessDataField.OnAdded(SPAddFieldOptions op) +240
Microsoft.SharePoint.SPFieldCollection.AddFieldAsXmlInternal(String schemaXml, Boolean addToDefaultView, SPAddFieldOptions op, Boolean isMigration, Boolean fResetCTCol) +759
Microsoft.SharePoint.SPFieldCollection.Add(SPField field) +61
Microsoft.SharePoint.ApplicationPages.FieldNewPage.BtnOk_Click(Object sender, EventArgs e) +46
System.Web.UI.WebControls.Button.OnClick(EventArgs e) +114
System.Web.UI.WebControls.Button.RaisePostBackEvent(String eventArgument) +139