is there any emulator where I can visualize my infopath form as mobile view and check how the form will look like in mobile .
The reason is to check if any button or any part will be missing in mobile view of infopath forms.
I have created workflow using SharePoint designer and info-path forms for leave approval.
manager should open the infopath forms in mobile and approve/reject leave.
my approach is once employee applied for leave , workflow should start and notification /mail will be send to manager who will approve leave and manager should be able to view the approval form in "mobile" where he can approve / reject the request.
the question is the approval form is designed using info-path form and the mobile view of the form is not proper.
Kindly suggest how can i open the infopath form in mobile. is there anything to do during design of form or it can be handled through coding. I am using share point 2010.
Sounds like homework. If you want to see the advantages take a look at the features and then decide if your purposed are fitted. Google or better https://startpage.com[^] (Google search without IP tracking) could do this job.
I have a sharepoint 2010 platform with Database mirroring. The log files have grown to big in the region of 30GB for 5 of the content databases. is there a script that i can run to bring the database logs sizes down and at thesame time not break the mirroring. my databases are in Full recovery mode already and i make 1 full backup and 2 trans logs backup daily.
That's a SQL-Server issue. Set the recovery-modell for each sharepoint databse to simple instead of full.
In the full modell every transaction is saved, so you rerole every single action done after the database is set up. That's not nessassary. I backup the databases regularly, so no reverse of every transaction since the initial start of the sharepoint server farm is needed.
Ask you SQL-Server guru or chance it yourself in the database-options.
Using sharepoint designer I have inserted code for a listbox.
<asp:ListBox runat="server" id="lstRender">
I have a drop downlist as follows
<select name="dropRender" style="width: 174px">
I have to disable listitems - OSR and TTS upon selecting GR and
disable CR and EBR upon selecting CBR
I have used the following jquery code under placeholdermain:
if( $(this).val() == "GR")
$("select[id = lstRender]").attr("disabled",true);
This is not working for me.Please correct me if I am wrong.I am very new to Sharepoint and JQuery.
A centraly validation is not provided because there is no data-central in sharepoint. There are single independent websitecollections. So if you want to do that, you have to build a solution that provides the forms or use workflows for every input.
There is no direct way fore the file-attachment control in infopath. There might be a work-around:
Setup a rule that sends the file directly to a webpart (list) in sharepoint and link it to the element. So there is a list for your elements and another list for the attachments. You can setup the rights for the attachmentlist so that deletion of files isn't possible for a normal or for any user.
Hi can anybody please answer me if I can use sharepoint to develop and design a website then I publish or deploy it on another server that doesn't install sharepoint server, I mean is there any method or way to publish sharepoint website to another servers like what we do in visual studio, thanks.
No! As far as I know, there is no other server to handle sharepoint sites. visual studio isn't able to handle sharepoint-sites, too. Normally your visual studio is installed on a sharepoint server to develop and test sharepoint solutions
Hello, I need help please!
I am developing a website that I need to use the CAML Query Client (java script) in sharepoint designer.
But when I run the query, the same comes back empty.
My Web Application is configured with authentication "Clains based authetication".
When I run in a Web Application with Authentication Mode classic authetication works normally.
I went to see the error log and had this exception:
[10:53:48] System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapException: Server was unable to process request. ---> Access is denied. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070005 (E_ACCESSDENIED))
at System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapHttpClientProtocol.ReadResponse (SoapClientMessage message, WebResponse response, Stream responseStream, Boolean asyncCall)
at System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapHttpClientProtocol.Invoke (String methodName, Object  parameters)
in SPCAMLQueryHelper.SPWSWebs.Webs.GetWebCollection ()
in SPCAMLQueryHelper.WebServiceWork.SiteAndListTreeLoader.Worker ()
I never done a migration, but a coworker did and he said that there were no problems. Backup databases do the mirgration. Normally it should work. The solutions for Sharepoint 2007 are compatible with sharepoint 2010.