I recently came across a situation in SharePoint 2010 where an individual with Owner access to a site was getting an “Access Denied” message each time they attempted to upload a document into one of the site’s libraries. The issue wasn’t related to lacking permissions, as the user could still manage the list and edit
If you’re working with the Person/Group Picker in InfoPath, and you are using the Eval function to do some concatenation of the individuals selected (see this blog for an example usage) you may have come across the following error: Reference to Undeclared Namespace Prefix PC The blog I referenced above even has several individuals pointing
If you are running your SharePoint Server 2010 environment with the latest August 2011 CU, and are using the External Item Picker control in a browser-enabled InfoPath form, you will receive the following message when the form posts back: If you look in your Event Viewer, you will see the following exception: Type: ArgumentException, Exception
One of the great new features in SharePoint 2010 is the Content Type Syndication Hub, where we can finally achieve global content types (without having to write additional code). This ability is achieved by creating a site collection that we designate as the hub that pushes content types to web applications that subscribe to it.
I had a great time presenting today at the SharePoint Users of Indiana group. The topic I presented was an Introduction to Access Services, and as promised during the presentation, I am now posting my slides online. Thank you to everyone who came out – it was great to see such a great turnout from
I just arrived home from my trip to Columbus, Ohio today for SharePoint Saturday. I really enjoyed being able to give this presentation to a great audience, so thank you all for your time and attention. As promised, I am now providing my slide deck, as well as code samples demonstrated during the session. I
A duplicate content type “Enter Name” was found If you’ve gotten this error and come to this site looking for answers, chances are it isn’t simply because the name you’re trying to give a new content type is already in use. On the contrary, you are probably sitting there saying that you know without a
There comes a time in developing SharePoint solutions where you may find yourself asking: This is not the time I want my event receiver to run This is not the place where I can set EventFiringEnabled = false This is not the way I want this call to SystemUpdate() to behave You’ve probably developed an