I am new to SharePoint and need to allow a SharePoint portal to load my asp .net application into the portal from the application server where I have hosted the asp .net application. I think I can use a SharePoint WebPart page viewer to do this by assigning the application URL to the page viewer. I don't know if this will allow the SharePoint user's to use the fully functional asp .net application or will it just show a specific web page and not allow the user to use the full functionally of the website. Can someone help?
Before showing info-path form ,need to open model popup (i.e) confirmation Box , if user clicks "ok" then open infopath form in Edit mode, "cancel" then open infopath form in Read-only mode.
public void FormEvents_Loading(object sender, LoadingEventArgs e)
StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
sb.Append(@"var r = confirm('do you want to Checked-Out?');");
sb.Append(@"if((r == true))");
string s = Success();
string s1 = Failure();
How can I change what is written on the Report viewer web part when it is waiting for the parameters to be set like :
Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services
Specify Parameter Values
Report parameter values must be specified before the report can be displayed. Choose parameter values in the parameters area and click the Apply button.
Also, how to change the text of the apply button in the parameters area:
Im using rich text editor while adding the eventin calender page.In demo server rich text editor working fine in Internet explorer.but in live server its not working in any of the browser its showing message like "Click for help about adding basic HTML formatting.".please help me.
I just want like this , there are to buttons 1is upload from file dialog and another scan from scanner ,if they click upload it will fetch file from file dialog (working now) & if they click scan it has to open scan dialog , then it has to scan & document should come, then if i click submit it will save in corresponding custom list as attachment.
i need programmatically
Well, friend it R&D task and its doable.
Research on Kofax tool, This will allow you do this stuff.
I found reference on site
- "Kofax Express is an on ramp for Microsoft Office SharePoint that makes it easy for anyone to scan, organize and store documents to a SharePoint document repository for archiving and records retention and disposition."
My one of friend worked on such project with kofax/sharepoint.
I have a custom input form some of the fields are coming from a list in SharePoint 2010. I have a check box control which is populated by a list item. there are around 10 rows. Now i want when a user select a check box list item, a text box should appear beside it. for example I have a list called subjects, which have column name title and the entries are physics, maths, chem etc... Now when a user select physics from the check box list a text-box should appear beside it and user should be able to write on text box.
It means, its cannot decide which 'ListItem' to use I would assume. Add the namespace infront of the class, Something like System.Data.ListItem - tho im not sure this is correct and I would use System.Web.UI.WebControls.ListItem but it all depends on what 'ListItem' class you are trying to use.
Hi guys, this is my first post on this forum so I start with a "Hi everybody!"
I'm a novice Sharepoint user and I'm trying to develope an input form for Sharepoint 2013/ Office 365. I'm not up to speed on all Sharepoint-lingo yet, so please be patient with me.
I have a general knowledge of web development and SQL skills and I'm trying to figure out how I best can implement an "app" in Sharepoint for a scheduling/forecast project I'm working with. In essences I need a input form which stores input in an Azure-based MS SQL database. This will provide the data for reports users can request and it all should be within a Sharepoint environment so that I can use the built in user-access management.
Usually I would use a programming language like PHP to make a stand alone web-app with accompanying HTML, CSS, jQuery and so on, but this must be embedded into an existing Sharepoint-solution. How would you solve this? Which technologies would you use to solve this efficiently? Are there built-in tools in Sharepoint I could use?
I hope to get some answers to point me in the right direction. My developemnt experience is mostly in SQL and some web-programming long time ago, so I know I have a bumpy road ahead.
OK, this is obviously generated & I haven't searched for this. I have found the web part in the Webpart Gallery, but when I click the Edit link, all I can change is the name, title, description etc.
I assume that there is some code somewhere merging the data from the selected record with an email template, but how do I find that code & hence the template?
I have searched for the string I want to change in all files in Sharepoint Designer without finding it.
The only unfollowed avenue I have is that when I download the XML, there is an importErrorMessage - Cannot import this Web Part, even though it displays fine for the users. Any clues on how to follow it?
I'm beginning to lose the will to live with Sharepoint!
Any suggested courses of action will be welcomed (unfortunately, ditching Sharepoint won't be one I'll be able to follow).
[EDIT - by further Googling I discovered the .wps extension, logged on to the server & searched for these. The correct candidate was pretty easy to spot. Copied it, changed the extension to .cab, extracted the files, ran ILSpy against the .dll and discovered that it simply updates a field on a record. Current suspicion is that this triggers a workflow - but I haven't found one that sends an email with the correct text yet - I've found the one that gets sent on creation, but not on update. More digging]