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.
I would like to make a XsltListViewWebPart with a custom view in Sharepoint Design 2010.
There are 3 Profiles accessing my bug LIST:
- Quality Assurance
- Contributors (Developers, Designers and so on)
- The Contributors can see the items that are assigned to it and can also see the items that are in the group he belongs to.
- The Quality Assurance and Manager profiles must see all the items.
I need to make a filter in the view using CAML query.
I have this query:
############## MY QUESTION IS HERE ##############
How do I make the condition for the profiles “MANAGER” and “QA” because They need to have full control of all items and the “CONTRIBUTORS” profile can only have access to their group items.
I think you start downloading SharePoiint 2010 or 2013 whichever is easier for you. On Windows 7 you need the 64 bit version OS to install SharePoint 2010. When you install the software (evaluation edition will do) you will have the administration site, tool to configure and a sharepoint specific command window where you can use Power Shell, a great tool that you should learn to work with SharePoint. Of course you can also work with the administration site using graphic userinterface.
Got a list that will hold domain accounts so I can have access to their email addresses. I am using the following code to add them to the list:
Dim exec AsNew SPFieldUserValue
ForEach entity As PickerEntity In sppeExecs.ResolvedEntities
exec = New SPFieldUserValue(web, Convert.ToInt32(entity.EntityData("SPUserID")), entity.Key)
Next'now, get the list and create the item containerDim execList As SPList = web.Lists.TryGetList(ListName)
If execList IsNothingThen
errorMessage.InnerText = "Sorry, but the Executive Director List could not be loaded. Please contact the IT Department Help Desk @ extension 2195."ExitSubEndIfDim execItem As SPListItem = execList.AddItem()
'add the executive user object and set the active field to true
execItem(Name) = exec
execItem(Active) = True
What happens is in the For Each loop at the beginning the exec variable isn't being loaded with a value. I've done this before and it has always worked, so I don't know what I must have forgotten to do.
When i am opening term store management it is showing this error. I have checked all services are running.I have also checked Managed metadata web service is running by going in Central admin->Application Management->System Setting->manage services on server. I have given all necessary permissions to me,as i am the admin. Also when i am Creating the new Manage metadata service,it is creating but on clicking showing the same error.
Can anyone Please Help me on this issue as soon as possible.
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